Research Bibliography

Dan Douglas

Iowa State University
Ames, Iowa 50011
USA

Books

Douglas, D. 2010. Understanding Language Testing. London: Hodder-Arnold

Chapelle, C. and D. Douglas. 2006 Assessing Language through Computer Technology. Cambridge Language Assessment Series, Cambridge University Press.

Douglas, D. (Ed.). 2003. English Language Testing in Colleges and Universities. Second Edition. Washington: NAFSA: Association of International Educators.

Douglas, D. 2000. Assessing Languages for Specific Purposes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Douglas, D. and C. Chapelle (Eds.). 1993. A New Decade of Language Testing Research. Alexandria, VA: TESOL Publications.

Douglas, D. (Ed.). 1990. English Language Testing in Colleges and Universities. National Association of Foreign Student Affairs.

Douglas, D. 1977. From School to University: Final Report on the Study Habits Research Project. Khartoum University Press. Available through ERIC, ED 172 510.

Monographs

Bejar, I., Douglas, D., Jamieson, J., Nissan, S., and Turner, J. (2000). TOEFL 2000 Listening Framework: A Working Paper. TOEFL Monograph Series, Number 19. Princeton: Educational Testing Service.

Douglas, D. (1997). Testing speaking ability in academic contexts: Theoretical considerations. TOEFL Monograph Series, Number 8. Princeton: Educational Testing Service.

Douglas, D. and Smith, J. (1997). Theoretical underpinnings of the Test of Spoken English Revision Project. TOEFL Monograph Series, Number 9. Princeton: Educational Testing Service.

Articles in Books

Douglas, D. 2013. ESP and assessment. In B. Paltridge and S. Starfield (Eds.), The Handbook of English for Specific Purposes (pp. 367-384). Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Douglas, D. 2012. Technology and language testing. In C. Chapelle (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Malden, MA: Wiley.

Chapelle, C. and Douglas, D. 2009. What is the CALT Difference? In P. Hubbard (Ed.), Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Critical Concepts in Linguistics, Vol. 4: Present Trends and Future Directions in CALL (pp. 138-156). London/New York: Routledge.

Douglas, D. 2005. Testing Languages for Specific Purposes. In E. Hinkel (Ed.), Handbook of Research in Second Language Teaching and Learning (pp. 857-868). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Douglas, D. 2004. Discourse Domains: The cognitive context of speaking. In D. Boxer and A. Cohen (Eds.), Studying Speaking to Inform Second Language Learning (pp. 25-47). Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Douglas, D. 2001. Three problems in testing language for specific purposes: Authenticity, specificity, and inseparability. In C. Elder, A. Brown, E. Grove, K. Hill, N. Iwashita, T. Lumley, T. McNamara, and K. O-Loughlin (Eds.), Experimenting with Uncertainty - Essays in Honour of Alan Davies (pp. 45-52). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Douglas, D. & R. K. Myers. 2000. Assessing the communication skills of veterinary students: Whose criteria? In A. Kunnan (Ed.), Fairness in Language Testing. Selected papers from the 1997 Language Testing Research Colloquium (pp. 60-81). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Douglas, D. 1998. Testing Methods in Context-based Second Language Research. In A. Cohen & L. Bachman (Eds.), Interfaces Between Second Language Acquisition and Language Testing Research (pp. 141-155). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Douglas, D. 1995. Developments in language testing. Section IV.A. in Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 15: 167-187.

Douglas, D. 1995. The notion of context in second language acquisition and use. In N. Matsumoto (Ed.), Studies in English Language Education: A Collection of Essays Published in Commemoration of Professor Mikio Matsumura's Retirement from Office (pp. 80-99). Hiroshima, Japan: Keisuisha Publishing Company.

Douglas, D. & Selinker, L. 1994. Research Methodology in Context-based Second-Language Research. In E. Tarone, S. Gass, & A. Cohen (Eds.), Methodologies for Eliciting and Analyzing Language in Context (pp. 119-132). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Douglas, D. and L. Selinker. 1994. Native and Non native teaching assistants: A case study of discourse domains and genres. In C. Madden and C. Myers (Eds.), Discourse and Performance of International Teaching Assistants (pp. 221-230). Alexandria, VA: TESOL Publications.

Douglas, D. and L. Selinker. 1993. Performance on general vs. field specific tests of Speaking Proficiency. In Douglas and Chapelle (pp. 235-256).

Selinker, Larry and Dan Douglas. 1988. Using discourse domains in creating interlanguage: context theory and research methodology. In J. Klegraf and D. Nehls (Eds.), Studies in Descriptive Linguistics: Essays on the English Language and Applied Linguistics on the Occasion of Gerhard Nickels' 60th Birthday (pp. 357-379). Heidelberg: Julius Groos Verlag.

Selinker, Larry and Dan Douglas. 1988. Comparing episodes in discourse domains in LSP and Interlanguage Studies. In A.M. Cornu, J. Vanparijs, N. Delahaye and L. Baten (Eds.). Beads or Bracelet: How Do We Approach LSP (pp. 366-378). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Douglas, Dan. 1981. An exploratory study of bilingual reading proficiency. In S. Hudelson, (Ed.) Learning to read in different languages (pp. 33-102). Washington, D.C.: Center for Applied Linguistics.

Douglas, Dan. 1978. Simplified clozentropy: an analysis of L1 and L2 responses to reading texts. In V. Kohonen and N. E. Enkvist (Eds.), Text linguistics, cognitive learning and language teaching (pp. 223-238). Turku, Finland: Finnish Association of Applied Linguistics.

Articles in Journals

Douglas, D. 2010. This won’t hurt a bit: Assessing English for nursing. Taiwan International ESP Journal 2.2: 1-16.

Douglas, D. and Hegelheimer, V. 2007. Assessing Language using computer technology. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 27: 115-132.

Douglas, D. 2004. Tests that demonstrate the language proficiency of aviation personnel can promote safer radiotelephony. ICAO Journal 59.3, 17-18, 25-26.

Douglas, D. 2001. Performance consistency in second language acquisition and language testing research: a conceptual gap. Second Language Research 17.4: 442-456.

Douglas, D. 2001. Language for Specific Purposes assessment criteria: Where do they come from? Language Testing 18.2: 171-186.

Douglas, D. 1999. Computer-based TOEFL: What test-takers can expect. Audio-Visual Education 22: 44-65.

Douglas, D. 1997. Introduction. Melbourne Papers in Language Testing 6.1: 2-4. Special issue on Bridging the Gap between Language and the Professions: What do Language Testers Need to know? Symposium presented at the 11th World Congress of Applied Linguistics, Jyvaskyla, Finland, 4 August 1996. Language Testing Research Centre, University of Melbourne.

Davidson, F., J.C. Alderson, D. Douglas, A. Huhta, C. Turner, and E. Wylie. 1995. An international survey of language assessment standards. TESOL Journal 5.1:6-7.

Douglas, D. 1994. Quantity and Quality in Speaking Test Performance. Language Testing 11.2: 125-144. Special Issue on Language and Language Processing.

Douglas, D. 1993. An international association of language testing specialists, the formalization of the Language Testing Research Colloquium, and the establishment of standards for language testing: A summary of the debate so far. Appendix 3 to Davidson, F. Testing English across cultures: Summary and comments. World Englishes 12: 113-125.

Douglas, D. and L. Selinker. 1992. Analyzing oral proficiency test performance in general and specific purpose contexts. System 20.2: 317-328.

Selinker, Larry and Dan Douglas. 1989. Research methodology in contextually-based second language research. Second Language Research, 5.2: 93-126.

Douglas, Dan and Larry Selinker. 1989. U. S. vs. NNS TAs: Markedness in Discourse Domains. Papers in Applied Linguistics, 1.1: 69-82.

Douglas, Dan and Cindy Myers. 1989. TAs on TV: Demonstrating communication strategies for international teaching assistants. English for Specific Purposes, 8: 169-179.

Douglas, Dan. 1989. Testing Listening Comprehension in the Context of the ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines. Applied Language Learning, 1.1:  53-73.

Douglas, Dan. 1988. Testing Listening Comprehension in the Context of the ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 10.2: 245-261.

Selinker, Larry and Dan Douglas. 1987. LSP and Interlanguage: Some Empirical Studies. ESP Journal 6.2: 75-84. Special issue.

Douglas, Dan. 1986. From School to University: language policy and university performance at the University of Khartoum. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 61: 89-112. Special Issue, "Aspects of Arabic Sociolinguistics."

Douglas, Dan and Larry Selinker. 1985. Principles for language tests within the 'discourse domains' theory of interlanguage. Language Testing, 2.2: 205-226.

Selinker, Larry and Dan Douglas. 1985. Wrestling with 'context' in interlanguage studies. Applied Linguistics 6.2: 190-204.

Douglas, Dan. 1978. Gain in reading proficiency in English as a foreign language measured by three cloze scoring methods. Journal of Research in Reading 1.1: 67-73.

Douglas, Dan. 1979. Subjective reactions of university students to various speech styles. Journal of the Japan Association of English Language Education, 9: 69-72.

Douglas, Dan.  1979. Teaching conversation in Japan: How do you get 'em to talk? Bulletin for Teachers of English, 22:  31-36. Hiroshima, Japan: Department of English Language Education, Hiroshima University.

Douglas, Dan and J.Yamada. 1978. The effect of knowledge of content on cloze scores [in Japanese]. Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, 27: 41-51. Hiroshima, Japan: Department of English Language Education, Hiroshima University.

Papers in Proceedings

Douglas, D.2004. Assessing the language of international civil aviation: Issues of validity and impact. In Proceedings of the International Professional Communication Conference, IEEE Professional Communication Society (pp. 248-252). Minneapolis: IEEE.

Douglas, D. 2002. But There's Not Really an Airplane!: Authenticity in Language Testing. In Proceedings of the JACET Summer Seminar, Number 2: New Perspectives in ESP (pp. 3-8). Proceedings of the 30th JACET Summer Seminar, Japan Association of College English Teachers, Tokyo.

Douglas, D. 2002. Three Problems in Testing Language for Specific Purposes: Authenticity, Specificity, and Inseparability. In S. Troudi, S. Riley, & C Coombe (Eds.), EFL Challenges in the New Millenium: Selected papers from the 2001 International Conference (pp. 16-22). Dubai, UAE: TESOL Arabia.

Douglas, D. 2002. Deriving LSP Assessment Criteria from the Target Language Use Situation. In S. Troudi, S. Riley, & C Coombe (Eds.), EFL Challenges in the New Millenium: Selected papers from the 2001 International Conference (pp. 46-56). Dubai, UAE: TESOL Arabia.

Douglas, Dan. 1986. Communicative competence and tests of oral proficiency. In C. Stansfield (Ed.), Toward Communicative Competence Testing: Proceedings of the Second TOEFL Invitational Conference (pp. 156-174). Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service.

Electronic Media

Douglas, D. 2000. Testing for Specific Purposes. Online Video. International Language Testing Association: http://www.le.ac.uk/education/testing/ilta/faqs/main.html

Douglas, D. & C.Myers. 1990. TA Communication Strategies. Videotape and Instructor's Manual. Ames, IA: Iowa State University Research Foundation.

Encyclopedia Entries

Douglas, D. 2005. Proficiency Testing. Encyclopedia of Linguistics. Ed. Philipp Strazny. New York: Routledge. 2 volumes.

Douglas, D. 1997. Language for Specific Purposes Testing. Encyclopedia of Language and Education, Volume 7, Language Testing and Assessment (pp. 111-120). Dordrecht, NL: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Douglas, D. 1992. Review of the "Test of English for International Communication" (TOEIC). Eleventh Annual Mental Measurements Yearbook, (pp. 950-951). Lincoln, NE: Buros Institute.

Douglas, D. 1992. Review of the "Bilingual Home Inventory." Eleventh Annual Mental Measurements Yearbook, (pp. 108-109). Lincoln, NE: Buros Institute.

Reviews

Douglas, D. 1998. Review of Assessment for Equity and Inclusion: Embracing all our Children by Goodwin (ed.). International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, Vol. 1, 2: 149-153.

Douglas, D. 1992. Review of Individualizing the Assessment of Language Abilities. J.H.A.L. de Jong and D.K. Stevenson (Eds.). Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters, 1990. Modern Language Journal, 76: 78-79.

Douglas, D. 1991. Review of The International Teaching Assistant: An annotated bibliography. S. Briggs, S. Hyon, P. Aldridge and J. Swales (Eds.). Ann Arbor, MI: The English Language Institute, The University of Michigan, 1990. Language Learning, 41: 619-621.

Papers at Professional Meetings

Douglas, D. Think Globally, Test Locally: Tailoring English Language Assesment to Meet Regional Needs. Keynote Address, First International Conference on ELT in the Islamic World, Tehran, Iran, 2-4 December 2010.

Douglas, D. This Won't Hurt a Bit: Assessing English for Nursing. Keynote Address, 2010 ESP International Symposium, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, 8-9 October, 2010.

Douglas, D. Technology-mediated Communication and the Language Testing Construct. Keynote Address, Korean Association of Multimedia Assisted Language Learning, Seoul, Korea, 24 October 2009.

Douglas, D. Where is a Context? Context and Text in Language Assessment. Colloquium: Assessing the Language and Meaning of Text in Context: Linguistics Bases for Validity? AAAL Conference, Denver, March, 2009.

Karabulut, A. and Douglas, D. Micro-level Impacts of Foreign Language Examination in Turkey: A Washback Study. Paper presented at Midwest Association of Language Testers, Iowa City, Iowa, September, 2009.

Douglas, D. The DaVinci Code: 21st Century Perspectives on the Specific Purpose Language Construct. Paper presented at British Association of Applied Linguistics Annual Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland, 6-8 September, 2007.

Douglas, D. and Hegelheimer, V. 2006. Cognitive Processes and Use of Knowledge in Performing New TOEFL Listening Tasks, Update. Paper presented at the Language Testing Research Colloquium, Melbourne, Australia, July.

Douglas, D. and Hegelheimer, V. 2005. Cognitive Processes and Use of Knowledge in Performing New TOEFL Listening Tasks. Paper presented at the Language Testing Research Colloquium, Ottawa, CA, July.

Douglas, D. and Hegelheimer, V. 2005. Cognitive Processes and Use of Knowledge in Performing New TOEFL Listening Tasks. Paper presented at the International Association of Applied Linguistics conference, Milwaukee, July.

Douglas, F. and Douglas, D. 2005. Rating ITA Performance: At the Borderline. Paper presented at the International TESOL Convention, San Antonio, 30 March.

Douglas, D. 2004. Assessing the language of international civil aviation: Issues of validity and impact. Paper presented at the International Professional Communication Conference, IEEE Professional Communication Society, Minneapolis, MN, 30 September.

Douglas, D. 2004. English Language Testing in the Context of Aviation English. Paper presented at the International Civil Aviation Organization Language Symposium, Montreal, CA, 1 September.

Douglas, D. 2003. Assessing English for Civil Aviation: International Values. Midwest Association of Language Testers, Purdue University, 18 October.

Douglas, D. 2003. English for Specific Purposes vs. English for General Purposes: What can Testing offer Teachers? Invited Keynote Lecture, Korean Association of Teachers of English Winter Conference, Seoul, 15 February.

Douglas, D. 2003. English Language Testing in the Context of Aviation English. Keynote Address, International Civil Aviation English Association. Luxembourg, 5-6 September.

Douglas, D. and Harle-Cowan, K. 2003. Indigenous assessment criteria in economics and chemistry. Paper presented at the American Association for Applied Linguistics annual conference, Washington, DC, 21-25 March.

Douglas, D. 2003. A Blueprint for Developing ESP Courses and Tests: Putting Needs Analysis into Practice. Paper presented at Korean Association of Teachers of English Winter Conference, Seoul, 15 February.

Douglas, D. 2002. ESP Testing: The State of the Art; But there’s not really an airplane! Authenticity in ESP testing; The indigenous assessment hypothesis: Strong, weak, or null?; Developing specific purpose test specifications: Putting needs analysis into practice. Four lectures delivered as Main Speaker at the 30th Summer Seminar, Japan Association of College English Teachers, Kusatsu, Japan, 17-21 August.

Douglas, D. 2002. Discourse domains: The cognitive context of speaking. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, 7 April.

Douglas, D. 2001. Testing Language for Specific Purposes: The State of the Art. Invited paper at Japan Language Testing Association, Tokyo, June.

Douglas, D. 2001. Three Problems in Testing Language for Specific Purposes: Authenticity, Specificity, and Inseparability. Plenary presentation at TESOL Arabia Conference, Dubai, March.

Douglas, D. 2001. Deriving LSP Assessment Criteria from the Target Language Use Situation. Paper presented at TESOL Arabia Testing and Assessment Special Interest Group, Dubai, March.

Douglas, D. and S. Nissan. 2001. Developing Listening Prototypes Using a Corpus of Spoken Academic English. Paper presented at Language Testing Research Colloquium, St. Louis, February.

Douglas, D. 2000. From Target Language Use to ESP Tests. Invited paper presented at symposium on Rethinking ESP for the New Century, TESOL Convention, Vancouver, March.

Douglas, D., C. Myers, V. Hegelheimer, F. Van Acker. 2000. Integrated Academic Skills for International Undergraduates: A Multi-media Instructional and Assessment Package. Paper presented at annual conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Vancouver, March.

Douglas, D. 2000. LSP Assessment Criteria: Where do they come from? Paper presented at Second Asian Language Assessment Research Forum, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, January.

Douglas, D. 1999. Three Problems in Testing Academic English: Authenticity, Specificity, and Inseparability. Plenary Address, Annual meeting of the Southern California Association of Language Assessment Research, University of California, Los Angeles, May.

Douglas, D. 1999. Teaching English for Specific Purposes: A Language Performance Test of International Teaching Assistants. Annual meeting of the Southern California Association of Language Assessment Research, University of California, Los Angeles, May.

Douglas, D. 1998. The Computer-based TOEFL. Paper presented at the National Association for Foreign Student Affairs, Region XII Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, 11 November, 1998.

Douglas, D. 1998. TOEFL for the New Millennium: Evolution in Language Testing. Paper presented at the Japan Association of Language Teachers annual conference, Omiya, Japan, 21 November, 1998.

Douglas, D. 1997. Frankly, I'd just shoot her: Assessing the Communication Skills of Veterinary Students. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Orlando, March.

Douglas, D. 1997. Assessing the Communication Skills of Veterinary Students: Whose Criteria? Paper presented at the annual Language Testing Research Colloquium, Orlando, March.

Douglas, D. & J. Smith. 1996. CLA-TMC-TSE-OK! Paper presented at International TESOL Convention, Academic Session on Spoken Language Evaluation in International Teaching Assistant Programs. Chicago, March.

Douglas, D. 1995. ESP and Field Specific Testing. Paper presented at International TESOL Convention, Symposium on Screening and Placement in the Year 2000. Long Beach, March.

Douglas, D. 1994. The Revised Test of Spoken English: Communicative Language Ability in a Teacup. International TESOL Convention, Symposium on International Teaching Assistants. Baltimore, March.

Douglas, D., Reeves, M., Schedl, M. & Smith, J. 1994. Developing a New Test: The Revised TSE. International TESOL Convention. Baltimore, March.

Selinker, L. & Douglas, D. 1994. Interlanguage Analysis in context: A Field Manual for Context‑based Classroom‑centered Research. International TESOL Convention, Baltimore, March.

Douglas, D. 1993. Quantity and quality in speaking test performance. Paper presented at American Association of Applied Linguistics, Atlanta, April.

Douglas, D and O. Simonova. 1993. Testing spoken English ability in an agribusiness context. Paper presented at American Association of Applied Linguistics, Atlanta, April.

Douglas, D. 1993. Vocational English as a second language in English for specific purposes. Paper presented at International TESOL Convention, Panel on Vocational English as a Second Language. Atlanta, April.

Douglas, D. 1992. Testing methods in context-based second language research. Paper presented at American Association of Applied Linguistics, Symposium on Interfaces between second language acquisition and language testing research . Seattle, March.

Douglas, D. and L. Selinker. 1992. CHEMSPEAK: Measuring speaking ability among international teaching assistants. Paper presented at International TESOL Convention. Vancouver, March.

Douglas, D. and L. Selinker. 1992. CHEMSPEAK: An update. Paper presented at Language Testing Research Colloquium. Vancouver, March.

Selinker, L. and D. Douglas. 1991. Research methodology in context based second language research II. Paper presented at Conference on Theory Construction and Methodology in Second Language Research, Michigan State University, October.

Douglas, D. 1991. Speak and Chemspeak: Measuring the English Speaking Ability of International Teaching Assistants in Chemistry. Paper presented at Language Testing Research Colloquium. Princeton, 21-23 March, 1991.

Douglas, D. 1990. CHEMSPEAK: A field specific test of spoken English. Paper presented at National Association of Foreign Student Affairs, West Coast Regional Conference, Anchorage, 20-21 October, 1990.

Douglas, Dan. 1989. Context in Second Language Acquisition Theory and Language Testing, ETS Invitational Symposium, Princeton, August 11-13. Invited paper.

Douglas, Dan. 1989. The Notion of 'Motivation' in Training Materials for International Teaching Assistants. Paper presented at International Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages Convention, San Antonio, 4-6 March.

Fagundes, Rosa and Dan Douglas. 1989. Strategic Competence and the SPEAK Test: An Exploration of Construct Validity. Paper presented at Language Testing Research Colloquium, San Antonio.

Douglas, Dan and Cindy Myers. 1988. The Effect of Communication Strategies on Undergraduates' Comprehension of International Teaching Assistants. Paper presented at Conference of National Association of Foreign Students Affairs, Washington, DC, May.

Douglas, Dan and Larry Selinker. 1988. The Notion of Internal Context in Language Testing Theory. Paper presented at The 7th Language Testing Symposium, Academic Committee for Research on Language Testing, Israel, May. Invited paper.

Douglas, Dan and Cindy Myers. 1988. TAs on TV: Demonstrating communication strategies for international teaching assistants. Paper presented at Symposium of the Training of International Teaching Assistants, University of Pennsylvania, April.

Douglas, Dan and Spencer Swinton. 1988. A Study of Validity Characteristics of the SPEAK Test. Paper presented at Tenth Annual Language Testing Research Colloquium, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, March.

Douglas, Dan and Larry Selinker. 1987. U.S. vs. Foreign Teaching Assistants: Markedness in Discourse Domains. Paper presented at 1987 TESOL Convention, Miami, April 21-24. Also presented at 8th World Congress of Applied Linguistics, University of Sydney, Australia, 16-21 August, 1987.

Selinker, Larry and Dan Douglas. 1987. Integrating Interlanguage Use, Development, and Fossilization with Context. Second Language Research Forum, UCLA.

Douglas, Dan and Larry Selinker. 1986. The Interlanguage of Three Teaching Assistants: Two Domains. Paper presented at TESOL Convention, Anaheim, California.

Selinker, Larry and Dan Douglas. 1986. Longitudinal variation in interlanguage in two discourse domains. Paper presented at Eastern States Conference on Linguistics, Carnegie-Mellon University.

Douglas, Dan. 1985. The evaluation of EFL programs overseas. Paper presented at TESOL Convention, New York City. Invited paper.

Douglas, Dan and Larry Selinker. 1985. The problem of comparing discourse domains in interlanguage studies. Paper presented at the Second Language Research Forum, Los Angeles, February.

Douglas, Dan. 1985. A testing and remedial program for foreign teaching assistants: building on the past. Paper presented, NAFSA Conference, Baltimore.

Douglas, Dan. 1984. Communicative competence and tests of oral proficiency. Paper presented at Second TOEFL Invitational Conference, Princeton. Invited paper.

Douglas, Dan, Ruth Ray and Susan Webb. 1984. Foreign student writing in ESL and 'freshman composition': what's the difference? Paper presented at NAFSA Convention, Snowmass, Colorado.

Selinker, Larry and Dan Douglas. 1984. Problems with 'context' in Interlanguage Studies. Paper presented at Interlanguage Seminar in honour of S. P. Corder, Edinburgh University, Invited paper.

Douglas, Dan. 1983. Standardized Testing, Department of Language Studies. Paper presented at American Graduate School of International Management, Phoenix. Invited paper.

Douglas, Dan. 1983. The construct and concurrent validity of a new test of listening performance. Paper presented at Language Testing Research Colloquium, University of Ottawa.

Douglas, Dan. 1983. English language proficiency: talking about the tests. Paper presented at NAFSA Convention, Cincinnati. Invited paper.

Douglas, Dan and Catherine Pettinari. 1983. Psychiatric interview training modules: a program in language and culture for foreign medical graduates. Paper presented at TESOL Convention, Toronto.

Selinker, Larry and Dan Douglas. 1982. Acquisition in a specific-purpose context. Paper presented at Annual Linguistics Symposium, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Invited paper.

Douglas, Dan. 1982. Testing oral English proficiency in academic settings. Paper presented at TESOL Convention, Honolulu.

Douglas, Dan. 1981. Testing in English for specific purposes, Institute for English Language Education. Paper presented at University of Lancaster, U.K. Invited paper.

Douglas, Dan. 1981. Interpreting proficiency test results. Paper presented at NAFSA Convention, St. Louis.

Douglas, Dan, Mary Spaan and Taco Homburg. 1981. A search for ESL proficiency test validation criteria. Paper presented at TESOL Convention, Detroit.

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