THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE PSYCHOLOGY OF LANGUAGE LEARNING
The International Association for the Psychology of Language Learning (IAPLL) is an interdisciplinary association of scholars with an interest in exploring the psychological dimension to language learning. The association aims to foster research, hold conferences, issue publications, cooperate with related organizations and carry on other activities for those interested in the study of the psychology of language learning throughout the world.
Please visit our conference page for details about our upcoming 2018 conference at Waseda University, Tokyo.
- IAPLL organizes meetings for its members, and in particular the biennial PLL international conference.
- IAPLL promotes scientific communication and co-operation between members and other scholars.
- IAPLL will publish manuscripts of interest to its membership.
- IAPLL aims to promote co-operation with other Associations and Institutions.
IAPLL membership opens and the association officially launches at the PLL3 conference in Tokyo.
IAPLL is founded at the second PLL conference in Jyväskylä, Finland.
The first PLL conference is held in Graz.