Associate Professor Ryan Spring published a paper in “Research Methods in Applied Linguistics”

Ryan Spring, Associate Professor in the Center for Culture and Langauge Education, published a paper about the creation of an AI tool for cognitive linguistic research which may be applied to phrasal complexity as well. The details are as follows:

Spring, R., & Ono, N. (2023). Creating an automated tool to assist with event-conflation studies: An explanation and argument for its importance. Research Methods in Applied Linguistics.