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  Angela Labarca
Professor Emerita of Linguistics and Spanish. Retired in 2011.
Teaching Spanish Science and Technology (Fall) and Spanish for Health Sciences (Spring)
School of Modern Languages
Director of the Madrid LBAT Program
Director of the Health Care Spanish Program in Cádiz

Ph.D., The Ohio State University, Second Language Acquisition, Psycholinguistics and Statistics
Joined faculty in 1991

Research areas/interests
Psycholinguistics of reading in an L2; testing theory and language development; Spanish dialectology; cognitive linguistics; sociocultural theory and practice; Diagrammatic Structures and Retention; Pragmatic Testing

Current and recent projects  
Learning Difficult Polysemous Particles: Relationships Between Quality of Languaging and Progress

Recent and selected publications  
Masuda, Kyoko & Angela Labarca, Eds. Forthcoming. Cognitive Linguistics and Sociocultural Theory: Applications to Foreign and Second Language Teaching. Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter.