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The formation of IAPLL in 2016
Paula Kalaja, Carmen Amerstorfer, Stephen Ryan, Peter MacIntyre, Tammy Gregersen, Sarah Mercer, Jean-Marc Dewaele, Ana Maria Barcelos

The International Association of the Psychology of Language Learning (IAPLL) was formed during the PLL2 conference held in Finland in 2016. The aims of the association are 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.

The association is still very much in its infancy, with the PLL3 conference representing its launch. The long-term success of the association depends on its members and as a participant in PLL3 you are encouraged to get involved. More information about IAPLL and its activities can be found on the association’s webpage.