Articles

Conferences

2021

Lozano-Argüelles, C., Sagarra, N., Casillas, J.V. Interpreting experience and working memory effects on in L1 and L2 morphological prediction. International Symposium of Bilingualism, University of Warsaw, Poland.

Lozano-Argüelles, C., Sagarra, N., Casillas, J.V. Interpreting experience enhances predictive processing in the second language. Second Hong Kong Baptist University International Conference on Interpreting, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong.

Lozano-Argüelles, C., Sagarra, N., Casillas, J.V. The role of working memory during L2 prediction of morphology: evidence from professional interpreters. International Symposium on Bilingual and L2 Processing in Adults and Children. Max Plank Institute of Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

Fernandez Arroyo, L., Sagarra, N., & Lozano-Argüelles, C. Sensitivity to regularities in auditory perception of lexical stress, rhythm, and tone during anticipation. 3rd International Symposium on Bilingual and L2 Processing in Adults and Children (Presentation). Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, the Netherlands

Fernandez Arroyo, L., Sagarra, N., & Lozano-Argüelles, C. Phonological and phonetic transfer in L2 prediction based on lexical stress. 13th International Symposium on Bilingualism (Presentation). University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland

Fernandez Arroyo, L., Sagarra, N., & Lozano-Argüelles, C. Language proficiency and language use cause individual variability in L2 predictive processing. The 9th European Conference on Language Learning (The International Academic Forum; Presentation). University College London, London, UK

2020

Lozano-Argüelles, C., & Sagarra, N. Eye-movements reveal interpreters’ superior use of prediction during second language processing*. American Translation and Interpreting Studies Association*. University of California – Santa Barbara, California. [postponed due to COVID-19]

2019   ****

Lozano-Argüelles, C., Sagarra, N., & Casillas, J.V. L1 Predicting the end: monolinguals, L2 learners and interpreters’ use of prosody to predict word endings. Hispanic Linguistics Symposium, University of Texas El Paso, Texas.

Fernández, L., Sagarra, N., & Lozano-Argüelles, C. L1 Speakers Anticipate Figurative Collocations, L2 Speakers Do Not. Hispanic Linguistics Symposium, University of Texas El Paso, Texas.