In El AREYTO Lab, we investigate issues pertaining to second/heritage language acquisition and bilingualism. We employ both quantitative and qualitative methods to understand better how individuals learn additional language(s) as well as how the bilingual experience affects people’s lives.
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(Current Lab Members)
Principal Investigator: Julio Torres
Location: Humanities Hall 340A
1. Task-based interactions between heritage and second language learners across face-to-face and computer-mediated communication: Writing Performance & Personality Profiles
Collaborators: Bianca Cung, UC Irvine
2. Validating and measuring language attitudes through an ‘Implicit Association Task.’
3. Task-based interaction in synchronous computer-mediated communication with Korean heritage learners.
Collaborator: Sei Lee, UC Irvine
4. The role of different online task-based interactions (text chat, video chat, audio chat) on interaction and text quality among intermediate Spanish learners.
Collaborator: Iñigo Yanguas, University of San Diego
5. Cognitive and sociocultural resources in a new linguistic environment: A longitudinal study of returnees
Collaborator: Valeria Valencia, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Tijuana
6. Exploring Spanish-English bilinguals’ language dominance and proficiency as predictors of acculturated stress
Collaborators: Jayson Smith, UC Irvine