Dr. Tammy Gregersen
2015 Bartlett Hall
Ph.D., Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso, Chile M.A., Universidad Los Condes, Chile B.A., Bethel College, Minnesota
Areas of Specialty: Individual differences in language acquisitionTESOL methodology Selected Publications:Gregersen, T. (2004). "Adversity to Diversity," Essential Teacher, 4, 54-56.Gregersen, T. (2004). "Watch What Your Language Students Are Not Saying," The Teacher Trainer, in press.Gregersen, T. (2002). "To Err Is Human: A Reminder to Teachers of Language Anxious Students," Foreign Language Annals,36, 25-32.Gregersen, T. & E. Horwitz (2002). "Language Learning and Perfectionism: Anxious and Non-anxious Language Learners' Reactions to Their Own Oral Performance," The Modern Language Journal, 86.Gregersen, T. & R. Vera. (2001). "Can Foreign Language Learning Strategy Use Turn Into Crutches?: A Pilot Study on the Use of Strategies by Successful and Unsuccessful Language Learners," Signos, 34.Gregersen, T. (2000). "Improving the Interaction of Communicatively Apprehensive Students using Cooperative Learning,"Lenguas Modernas, 26-27.Gregersen, T. (2000). "The Individual Differences that Distinguish High and Low Output Students," Signos, 33.Gregersen, T. (1998). "The Affective and Participatory Responses of Students Paired According to Proficiency Levels in Dyadic Exchanges," Lenguas Modernas, 25.