Luke Plonsky
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How big is “big”? Interpreting effect sizes in L2 research
L Plonsky, FL Oswald
Language Learning 64 (4), 878-912, 2014
6202014
The effectiveness of second language strategy instruction: A meta‐analysis
L Plonsky
Language learning 61 (4), 993-1038, 2011
2672011
Quantitative research methods, study quality, and outcomes: The case of interaction research
L Plonsky, S Gass
Language Learning 61 (2), 325-366, 2011
2252011
The effectiveness of second language pronunciation instruction: A meta-analysis
J Lee, J Jang, L Plonsky
Applied Linguistics 36 (3), 345-366, 2015
2132015
Study quality in SLA: An assessment of designs, analyses, and reporting practices in quantitative L2 research
L Plonsky
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 35 (4), 655-687, 2013
2082013
Meta-analysis in second language research: Choices and challenges
FL Oswald, L Plonsky
Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 30, 85, 2010
1602010
Reporting and interpreting quantitative research findings: What gets reported and recommendations for the field
J Larson‐Hall, L Plonsky
Language Learning 65 (S1), 127-159, 2015
1442015
Study quality in quantitative L2 research (1990–2010): A methodological synthesis and call for reform
L Plonsky
The Modern Language Journal 98 (1), 450-470, 2014
1202014
Guidelines for reporting quantitative methods and results in primary research
JM Norris, L Plonsky, SJ Ross, R Schoonen
Language Learning 65 (2), 470-476, 2015
1022015
Empowering students with language learning strategies: A critical review of current issues
SV Rivera‐Mills, L Plonsky
Foreign Language Annals 40 (3), 535-548, 2007
912007
The IRIS Repository: Advancing research practice and methodology
E Marsden, A Mackey, L Plonsky
Taylor and Francis, 2016
892016
Advancing quantitative methods in second language research
L Plonsky
Routledge, 2015
842015
An A–Z of applied linguistics research methods
S Loewen, L Plonsky
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2015
792015
A meta‐analysis of reliability coefficients in second language research
L Plonsky, DJ Derrick
The Modern Language Journal 100 (2), 538-553, 2016
782016
Multiple regression as a flexible alternative to ANOVA in L2 research
L Plonsky, FL Oswald
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 39 (3), 579-592, 2017
732017
Bootstrapping in applied linguistics: Assessing its potential using shared data
L Plonsky, J Egbert, GT Laflair
Applied Linguistics 36 (5), 591-610, 2015
712015
Statistical power, p values, descriptive statistics, and effect sizes: A" back-to-basics" approach to advancing quantitative methods in L2 research
L Plonsky
Routledge, 2015
682015
Methodological synthesis in quantitative L2 research: A review of reviews and a case study of exploratory factor analysis
L Plonsky, T Gonulal
Language Learning 65 (S1), 9-36, 2015
682015
Eta-and partial eta-squared in L2 research: A cautionary review and guide to more appropriate usage
R Norouzian, L Plonsky
Second Language Research 34 (2), 257-271, 2018
572018
The CALL-SLA interface: Insights from a second-order synthesis
L Plonsky, N Ziegler
Language Learning & Technology 20 (2), 17-37, 2016
572016
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