Dr. Shaofeng Li
Shaofeng Li is a Professor and Program Coordinator of Foreign and Second Language Education at Florida State University, where he conducts research and teaches courses on second language acquisition and language pedagogy. He received a Ph.D. in Second Language Studies from Michigan State University. Dr. Li has published on a wide range of topics including task-based language teaching and learning, corrective feedback, second language writing, research methods, meta-analysis, and cognitive and affective individual difference factors such as implicit and explicit language aptitude, working memory, anxiety, and motivation. His publications have appeared in leading journals in the field of applied linguistics, such as Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Language Learning, Language Teaching, Language Teaching Research, Modern Language Journal, Studies in Second Language Acquisition, TESOL Quarterly, among others. He is the founding editor and editor-in-chief of Research Methods in Applied Linguistics, the first and only journal focusing exclusively on research methods in applied linguistics. He is also the book review editor of TESOL Quarterly. His recent book projects include a monograph on language aptitude, a monograph on cognitive assessments in second language research, a co-edited volume on individual difference factors in second language acquisition, and an edited volume on individual differences in task-based language teaching and learning. Dr. Li serves on the editorial boards of a number of journals and has given plenary and keynote speeches at various academic venues. He has held university positions in the U.S., New Zealand, and China. For more information on his research outputs, please visit his Google Scholar page.