Carly Rae Henderson is a Ph.D. candidate in Hispanic Linguistics. She is from Phoenix, Arizona and received a dual B.A. in Spanish and Political Science and an M.A. in Spanish from Arizona State University. Carly’s research interests include Instructed Second Language Acquisition, L2 morphosyntax and L2 phonology. Specific projects focus on the effects of timing, type and linguistic target of corrective feedback, face-to-face and computer-mediated communication, task-based language teaching methods and learner individual differences on the acquisition of Spanish. Her dissertation examines the effects of immediate and delayed corrective feedback, learner working memory and online versus face-to-face interaction on the acquisition of Spanish subjunctive. Carly is an associate editor of the Spanish and Portuguese Review, the graduate journal for the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. She is also co-creator and co-manager of the Task-Based Language Teaching Support Site at Indiana University (tblt.indiana.edu). Carly has also worked with the Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages for high school students studying abroad in Spain and México. During her free time, she enjoys traveling, hiking, reading and cooking.
Doctoral Student, Hispanic Linguistics