Theses and Dissertations

  • Aminkova, E. (2004). Test-Takers’ Perceptions: Behind the Construct of a Test. Unpublished MA thesis. Carleton University
  • Appel, R. (2011). Lexical bundles in university EAP exam writing samples: CAEL test essays. Unpublished MA thesis. Carleton University.
  • Doe, C. (2006). The Role of Preparation in Test Takers’ Strategy Use and Test Performance. Unpublished MA thesis. Carleton University.
  • Doe, C. (2013). Validating the Canadian academic English language assessment for diagnostic purposes from three perspectives: Scoring, teaching, and learning. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Queen’s University.
  • Dunlop, M. (2017). Maximizing feedback for language learning: English language learners’ attention, affect, cognition and usage of computer-delivered feedback from an English language reading proficiency assessment. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Toronto.
  • Fox, J. (2001). It’s all about meaning: L2 test validation in and through the landscape of an evolving construct. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. McGill University.
  • Fraser, W. (2005). Reflective Item Types in a High-Stakes Assessment of English for Academic Purposes: An Examination of the Method Effect. Unpublished MA thesis. Carleton University.
  • He, L. (2010). Effect of topical knowledge on L2 writing. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of British Columbia.
  • Hungerland, R. (2004). The Role of Contextual Factors in Mediating the Washback of High-Stakes Language Assessments. Unpublished MA thesis. Carleton University.
  • Kennedy, L. (2008) Expanding test specifications with rhetorical genre studies and Activity Theory analyses. Unpublished MA thesis. Carleton University
  • McLeod, M. (2012). Looking for an ounce of prevention: The potential for diagnostic assessment in academic acculturation. Unpublished MA thesis. Carleton University.
  • Sun, Y. (2005). The influence of the social interactional context on test performance: A sociocultural view. Unpublished MA thesis. Carleton University