Ph.D. Student/Teaching Assistant
Degree: MAT, IUPUI Indiana
AREAS OF INTEREST
Cristina Lozano is a third year Ph.D. student in Bilingualism and SLA (Rutgers). She holds a B.A. in Translation and Interpreting from the University of Salamanca (Spain) and a M.A.T. in Spanish from IUPUI, Indiana. Her research interests include psycholinguistics and interpreting. She currently works at the Language Processing Lab under the supervision of Prof. Nuria Sagarra. Her projects deals with how monolinguals, non-interpreter bilinguals, and bilinguals use different phonetic cues in anticipatory processing in Spanish. She has experience teaching Spanish language classes (at different levels) and translation courses (general and medical) both face-to-face and online.
Lozano, C., Sagarra, N, & Casillas, J. (in preparation). Practice makes perfect. L2 morphological anticipation in simultaneous interpreters. Special issue “Interpreting: A Window to Bilingual Processing” (Ed. Yanping Dong and Ping Li). Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.
Lozano, C., Sagarra, N, & Casillas, J. (2017). The role of Stress in Morphological Anticipation. Evidence from Interpreters. Hispanic Linguistics Symposium. Texas Tech University.
Lozano, C., Sagarra, N, & Casillas, J. (2017). Anticipatory eye-movements in morphological prediction: Evidence from interpreters and bilinguals. Second Language Research Forum. The Ohio State University.
Lozano, C., Sagarra, N, & Casillas, J. (2017). Practice makes perfect. L2 morphological anticipation in simultaneous interpreters. International Symposium of Bilingualism. University of Limerick.