Our areas of research include bilingualism, language acquisition, language teaching and learning, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, and translation and cognition.

Books

In preparation / under contract

cam maths cup 1 - Research Garraffa, M., Sorace, A., Vender. M. (Co-Authors), & Schwieter, J. W. (Trans.). Bilingualism matters: Language learning across the lifespan [Translation of Il cervello bilingue]. Cambridge University Press.

511cf5076bb3f7751300002b 750 248 2 - Research Schwieter, J. W., & Dawaele, J-M. (Eds.). Multilingualism: Foundations and the state of the interdisciplinary art. Bloomsbury.

Book cover sample 3 - Research [Cover image is preliminary]. Schwieter, J. W., & Festman, J. The cognitive neuroscience of bilingualism. Cambridge University Press.

9781119765165 EC3 1 - Research [Cover image is preliminary]. Wei, L., Schwieter, J. W., & Ferreira, A. Understanding multilingualism: An introduction.​ Wiley.

Forthcoming

9780367623487 - Research Forthcoming 2023. Ferreira, A., & Schwieter, J. W. (Eds.). The Routledge handbook of translation, interpreting, and bilingualism. Routledge.

SchwieterCase2 - Research Forthcoming 2022. Schwieter, J. W., Rivera, J., & Iida-Miller, P. (Eds.). Engaging in critical language studies. Information Age.

In print

Cover 1 - Research 2023. Ferreira, A., & Schwieter, J. W. (Eds.). Introduction to translation and interpreting studies. Wiley.​

bpa.14.cover .hb Copy - Research 2022. Benati, A., & Schwieter, J. W. (Eds.). Second language acquisition theory: The legacy of Professor Michael H. Long. Benjamins.

cover - Research 2022. Schwieter, J. W., & Wen, Z. (Eds.).The Cambridge handbook of working memory and language. Cambridge University Press.​

9781108482554pvs05 - Research 2021. Bruhn de Garavito, J., & Schwieter, J. W. Introducing linguistics: Theoretical and applied approaches. Cambridge University Press.​

Untitled - Research 2020. Iida-Miller, P., Reagan, T., Schwieter, J. W., McGivern, C-H, & Ho, J. (Eds.). Readings in language studies: Critical perspectives on teaching, learning, and society (Vol. 8). International Society for Language Studies.

71YXEn4WtzL 1 - Research 2019. Costa, A. (Author) & Schwieter, J. W. (Translator). The bilingual brain: And what it tells us about the science of language [Translation of El cerebro bilingüe: La neurociencia del lenguaje]. Allen Lane/Penguin Random House.

element - Research​ 2019. Austin, L., Hernandez, A., & Schwieter, J. W. Proficiency predictors in sequential bilinguals: The proficiency puzzle. Cambridge University Press.​

neuro - Research 2019. Schwieter, J. W. (Ed.). The handbook of the neuroscience of multilingualism. Wiley-Blackwell.

41S4Bvy5w4L. SX360 BO1204203200  - Research 2019. Schwieter, J. W., & Benati, A. (Eds.). The Cambridge handbook of language learning. Cambridge University Press.​

translation - Research 2017. Schwieter, J. W., & Ferreira, A. (Eds.). The handbook of translation and cognition. Wiley-Blackwell.

control - Research 2016. Schwieter, J. W. (Ed.). Cognitive control and consequences of multilingualism. Benjamins.

pscyho - Research 2015. Ferreira, A., & Schwieter, J. W. (Eds.). Psycholinguistic and cognitive inquiries into translation and interpreting. Benjamins.

bilingual processing - Research 2015. Schwieter, J. W. (Ed.). The Cambridge handbook of bilingual processing. Cambridge University Press.​​

competence - Research 2014. Schwieter, J. W., & Ferreira, A. (Eds.). The development of translation competence: Theories and methodologies from psycholinguistics and cognitive science. Cambridge Scholars.

innovative - Research 2013. Schwieter, J. W. (Ed.). Innovative research and practices in second language acquisition and bilingualism. Benjamins.

studies - Research 2013. Schwieter, J. W. (Ed.). Studies and global perspectives of second language teaching and learningInformation Age.

cognition - Research 2010. Schwieter, J. W. Cognition and bilingual speech: Psycholinguistic aspects of language production, processing, and inhibitory control. Lambert Academic.

Journal and Book Series Edited

Ampersand Cover - Research Schwieter, J. W. (Editor-in-Chief). Ampersand: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Language Sciences and Bilingualism. Elsevier.

cover - Research Benati, A., & Schwieter, J. W. (Co-Editors). Cambridge Elements in Second Language Acquisition. Cambridge University Press.​

BPA - Research Schwieter, J. W. (Executive Editor). Bilingual Processing and Acquisition. Benjamins.

Special Issues of Journals Edited

psychology 290x290 1 - Research 2023. Li, F., Guijarro-Fuentes, P., Lerner, I., Schwieter, J. W., & Filippi, R. New ideas in language sciences: Language acquisition [Special issue]. Frontiers in Psychology. Call for papers open until Feb. 28, 2023.

cover 1 - Research 2022. Schwieter, J. W. (Ed.). Multilingualism: Consequences for the brain and mind [Special issue]. Languages.

psychology 290x290 1 - Research 2021. Jia, F., Ferreira, A., Pasquarella, A., Schwieter, J. W., & Gottardo, A. (Eds.). Culture and second language learning in migrants [Special issue]. Frontiers in Psychology.

HCIL 17 01 final cover - Research 2020. Iida-Miller, P., & Schwieter, J. W. (Eds.). Intersections of language studies and social/political movements, activism, and participation [Special issue]. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies: An International Journal, 17(1).

cover issue 1853 pt BR - Research 2019. Ferreira, A., Lourenço da Silva, I., & Schwieter, J. W. (Eds.). Leitura, escrita e tradução: desafios e aplicações da pesquisa empírica e experimental [Special issue]. Domínios de Lingu@gem, 13(2).

Peer-reviewed papers in journals and books

In preparation or under review

Deng, T., Schwieter, J. W., Huan, L., Zhang, Y., Yuan, J., & Wang, R. Cross-language activation of translation ambiguous words in semantic judgment task of Chinese-English bilinguals.

Fang, L., Liu, W., Schwieter, J. W., & Wu, R. The role of prosodic sensitivity and executive function in L2 reading: The moderated mediation effect.

Fang, L., Schwieter, J. W., Ma, J., & Wang, R. The moderating role of lexical difficulty on the disfluency effect in second language vocabulary learning.

Guo, T., Liu, H., Wang, X., Wu, J., & Schwieter, J. W. Effects of contextualized emotional conflict control on domain-general control: Evidence of neural network reconfiguration.

Guo, T., Schwieter, J. W., & Liu, H. fMRI reveals overlapping and non-overlapping neural bases of domain-general and emotional conflict control.

Guo, Z., Liu, H., Liu, L., & Schwieter, J. W. An fMRI study on how decisions in first and second languages are influenced by affective feedback from different social hierarchical positions.

Jasemi, A., Schwieter, J. W., & Gottardo. Effects of different methods of teaching English to newcomers in Canada.

Jiao, L., Gao, Y., Schwieter, J. W., Li, L., Zhu, M., & Liu, C. Comprehension-based language switching in experienced languages and new languages: Evidence from induced oscillations.

Jiao, L., Xu, Z., Zhu, M., Zhou, G., Schwieter, J. W., & Liu, C. An ERP study on novel word learning in a second language immersive virtual reality context.

Klassen, G., & Schwieter, J. W. Approximating immersion learning in classroom settings: How it’s done and what it means for learners. In A. Benati (Ed.), Language teaching and pedagogy. Bloomsbury.

Liu, B., Yu, K., Schwieter, J. W., Sun, P., & Wang, R. The partially overlapping nature of inhibitory control and preparatory control during language, concept, and perception switching.

Liu, D., Huang, J., Xing, Z., Schwieter, J. W., & Liu, H. Genetic bases of language control in bilinguals: Evidence from an EEG study.

Liu, H., Guo, Z., Jiang, Y., Schwieter, J. W., & Wang, F. Neural circuits underlying language control and modality control in bilinguals: An fMRI study.

Liu, H., Kong, C., Schwieter, J. W., & Muñoz, F. Neural correlates of affective self-bias in first and second language contexts.

Liu, H., Liu, W., Schwieter, J. W., Guillaume, T., & Wu, Y. An fMRI and behavioral study on how emotion affects language control in bilinguals.

Liu, S., Liu, H., Huang, J., & Schwieter, J. W. The role of morphological configuration in language control during production and comprehension.

Liu, W., Xing, Z., Schwieter, J. W., Guo, Z., & Liu, H. Emotion-laden words differently influence language control in bilinguals: An fMRI study.

Schwieter, J. W. Psycholinguistics in translation and interpreting. In J. Franco & R. Muñoz (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Translation and Interpreting. Iberian Association for Translation and Interpreting Studies.

Schwieter, J. W., & Libben, G. Cognitive and neural aspects of the bilingual mental lexicon. In E. Andrews & S. Kiran (Eds.), The Cambridge handbook of language and brain. Cambridge University Press.

Schwieter, J. W., Howard, M., & Jackson, J. Learning context: Study abroad and immersion in second language acquisition. In M. Leeser & G. Sunderman (Eds.), Second language acquisition. Bloomsbury.

Schwieter, J. W., Klassen, G., & Rastelli, S. The acquisition and processing of two languages in one brain. In J. Herschensohn & M. Young-Scholten (Eds.), The Cambridge handbook of second language acquisition (2nd Edition). Cambridge University Press.

Xing, Z., Liu, W., Schwieter, J. W., Guo, Z., & Liu, H. The role of the visual cortex in cognitive control during different flanker contexts.

Forthcoming

80. Da Silva, I., Schwieter, J. W., Tiselius, E., & Massey, G. Cued retrospection. In A. Rojo & R. Muñoz (Eds.), Innovative data collection methods in Cognitive Translation and Interpreting Studies. Benjamins.

79. Ferreira, A., & Schwieter, J. W. Interfaces of translation, interpreting, and bilingualism from cognitive perspectives. In A. Ferreira & J. W. Schwieter (Eds.). The Routledge handbook of translation, interpreting, and bilingualism. Routledge.

78. Ferreira, A., & Schwieter, J. W. Interpreting and comprehension. In C. Mellinger (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of interpreting and cognition. Routledge.

77. Schwieter, J. W., & Benati, A. Input and input processing in first language acquisition and sequential bilingualism . In W. Wong & J. Barcroft (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of second language acquisition and input processing. Routledge.

76. Schwieter, J. W., & Rastelli, S. Neurolinguistics for language learning. In L. Wei, Z. Hua, & J. Simpson (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of applied linguistics (2nd Edition). Routledge.

Ahead-of-Print

75. Klassen, G., Ferreira, A., & Schwieter, J. W. The role of study abroad in the acquisition and processing of L2 gender agreement. Applied Linguistics Review [Ahead-of-Print], 1-23.

74. Liu, D., Mu, L., Schwieter, J. W., & Liu, H. The COMT gene modulates the relationship between bilingual adaptation in executive function and decision-making: An EEG study. Cognitive Neurodynamics [Ahead-of-Print], 1-15.

73. Liu, S., Schwieter, J. W., Wang, F., & Liu, H. An ERP study of self-positivity bias in native and foreign language contexts. Psychophysiology [Ahead-of-Print], 1-14.

72. Zuo, M., Schwieter, J. W., Cao, N., & Liu, H. The role of language control in cross-language phoneme processing: Evidence from Chinese-English bilinguals. International Journal of Bilingualism [Ahead-of-Print], 1-13.

2022

71. Benati, A., & Schwieter, J. W. The legacy of Professor Michael H. Long and his influence in second language acquisition. In A. Benati & J. W. Schwieter (Eds.), Second language acquisition theory: The legacy of Professor Michael H. Long. Benjamins.

70. Czapka, S., Festman, J., & Schwieter, J. W. The influence of peripheral emotional expressions on inhibitory control among children. Acta Psychologica, 223(103507), 1-10.

69. Ferreira, A., & Schwieter, J. W. Cognitive approaches to interpreting studies. In F. Zanettin & C. Rundle (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of translation and methodology (pp. 340-355). Routledge.

68. Ferreira, A., & Schwieter, J. W. The birth and development of Translation and Interpreting Studies. In A. Ferreira & J. W. Schwieter (Eds.). Introduction to translation and interpreting studies (pp. 1-21). Wiley.

67. Jiao, L., Gao, Y., Schwieter, J. W., Li, L., Zhu, M., & Liu, C. Control mechanisms in voluntary versus mandatory language switching: Evidence from ERPs. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 178, 43-50.

66. Jiao, L., Meng, N., Wang, Z., Schwieter, J. W., & Liu, C. Partially shared neural mechanisms of bilingual language control and executive control: Insights from a meta-analytic comparison between language and task switching studies. Neuropsychologia, 172(108273), 1-10.

65. Liu, D., Schwieter, J. W., Wang, F., Mu, L., & Liu, H. Uncovering the effects of language control on rational choices: An ERP study. Psychophysiology, 59(10), 1-18.

64. Liu, H., Li, W., Zuo, M., Wang, F., Guo, Z., & Schwieter, J. W. Cross-task adaptation effects of bilingual language control on cognitive control: A dual-brain EEG examination of simultaneous production and comprehension. Cerebral Cortex, 32(15), 3224-3242.

63. Liu, L., Schwieter, J. W., Wang, F., & Liu, H. First and second languages differentially affect rationality when making decisions: An ERP study. Biological Psychology, 169(108265), 1-19.

62. Schwieter, J. W., & Rivera Flores, J. Describing and perceiving sexual orientation based on linguistic cues: An update of Schwieter (2010). In J. W. Schwieter, Rivera, J., & Iida-Miller, P. (Eds.), Engaging in critical language studies. Information Age.

61. Schwieter, J. W., Wen, Z., & Bennett, T. Working memory and language: An overview of key topics. In J. W. Schwieter & Z. Wen (Eds.), The Cambridge handbook of working memory and language. Cambridge University Press.

60. Wen, E., & Schwieter, J. W. Toward an integrated account of working memory and language. In J. W. Schwieter & Z. Wen (Eds.), The Cambridge handbook of working memory and language. Cambridge University Press.

2021

59. Fang, L., Xie, Y., Yu, K., Wang, R., & Schwieter, J. W. An examination of prosody and L2 sentence processing through pause insertion. International Journal of Bilingualism, 25(5), 1473-1485.

58. Ferreira, A., Schwieter, J. W., & Gries, S. Assessing indicators of cognitive effort in professional translators: A study on language dominance and directionality. In TraCo Team (Eds.), Translation, interpreting, cognition: The way out of the box (pp. 115-143). Language Science.

57. Jackson, J., Howard, M., & Schwieter, J. W. Language proficiency: Developmental perspectives and linguistic outcomes of education abroad. In A. Ogden, B. Streitwieser, & C. Van Mol (Eds.), Education abroad: Bridging scholarship and practice (pp. 92-105). Routledge.

56. Jiao, L., Liu, C., Schwieter, J. W., & Chen, B. Switching between newly learned languages impacts executive control. Psychophysiology, 58(10), e13888, 1-14.

55. Schwieter, J. W., Jackson, J., & Ferreira, A. When ‘domestic’ and ‘international’ students study abroad: Reflections on language learning, contact, and culture. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 24(1), 124-137.

2020

54. Ferreira, A., Schwieter, J. W., & Festman, J. Cognitive and neurocognitive effects from the unique bilingual experiences of interpreters. Frontiers in Psychology, 11(548755), 1-10.

53. Linck, J. A., Schwieter, J. W., & Sunderman, G. The differential role of executive functions in the cognitive control of language switching [Featured article on front cover]. Languages, 5(2), 19, 1-20.

52. Santesteban, M., & Schwieter, J. W. Lexical selection and competition in bilinguals. In R. Heredia & A. Cieślicka (Eds.), Bilingual lexical ambiguity resolution (pp. 126-156). Cambridge University Press.

51. Schwieter, J. W., & Ferreira, A. Learning a language abroad and the implications for social participation and positioning. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies: An International Journal, 17(1), 64-78.

50. Schwieter, J. W., Festman, J., & Ferreira, A. Current research in bilingualism and the implications for translation and interpreting studies. Linguistica Antverpiensia, 19, 80-93.

49. Schwieter, J. W., & Iida-Miller, P. Intersections of language studies and social/political movements, activism, and participation. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies: An International Journal, 17(1), 1-4.

48. Schwieter, J. W., & Prior, A. Translation ambiguity. In R. Heredia & A. Cieślicka (Eds.), Bilingual lexical ambiguity resolution (pp. 96-125). Cambridge University Press.

2019

47. Benati, A., & Schwieter, J. W. Pedagogical interventions to grammar instruction. In J. W Schwieter & A. Benati (Eds.), The Cambridge handbook of language learning (pp. 477-499). Cambridge University Press.

46. Da Silva, I., Ferreira, A., & Schwieter, J. W. Challenges for research on reading, writing, interpreting, and translation: In honor of Márcia Schmaltz. Domínios de Lingu@gem, 13(2), 447-461.

45. Ferreira, A., Miglio, V., & Schwieter, J. W. Minority languages at home and abroad: Education and acculturation. In J. W Schwieter & A. Benati (Eds.), The Cambridge handbook of language learning (pp. 696-726). Cambridge University Press.

44. Festman, J., & Schwieter, J. W. Self-concepts in reading and spelling among mono- and multilingual children: Extending the bilingual advantage. Behavioral Sciences, 9(4), 39.

43. Jackson, J., & Schwieter, J. W. Study abroad and immersion. In J. W Schwieter & A. Benati (Eds.), The Cambridge handbook of language learning (pp. 727-750). Cambridge University Press.

42. Libben, G., & Schwieter, J. W. Lexical organization and reorganization in the multilingual mind. In J. W. Schwieter (Ed.), The handbook of the neuroscience of multilingualism (pp. 297-312). Wiley-Blackwell.

41. Liu, C., Yang, C-L, Jiao, L., Schwieter, J. W., Sun, X, & Wang, R. Training in language switching facilitates bilinguals’ monitoring and inhibitory control. Frontiers in Psychology, 10(1839), 1-13.

40. Shekari, E., & Schwieter, J. W. Factors affecting multilingual processing. In J. W. Schwieter (Ed.), The handbook of the neuroscience of multilingualism (pp. 372-388). Wiley-Blackwell.

39. Wilck, A., Altarriba, J., Heredia, R., & Schwieter, J. W. Learning and memory in the bilingual mind and brain. In J. W. Schwieter (Ed.), The handbook of the neuroscience of multilingualism (pp. 389-407). Wiley-Blackwell.

2018

38. Ferreira, A., Gottardo, A., & Schwieter, J. W. Decision-making processes in direct and inverse translation through retrospective protocols. Translation, Cognition, & Behavior, 1(1), 98-118.

37. Howard, M., & Schwieter, J. W. The development of second language grammar in a study abroad context. In C. Sanz & A. Morales-Front (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of study abroad research and practice (pp. 135-148). Routledge.

36. Schwieter, J. W., & Ferreira, A. Bilingualism, translation, and interpreting. In K. Malmkjær (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of translation studies and linguistics (pp. 251-266). Routledge.

35. Schwieter, J. W., Ferreira, A., & Miller, P. Study abroad learners’ metalinguistic and sociocultural reflections on short- and long-term international experiences. Intercultural Education, 29(2), 236-257.

34. Yu, Z., & Schwieter, J. W. Recognizing the effects of language mode on the cognitive advantages of bilingualism. Frontiers in Psychology, 9(366), 1-6.

2017

33. Benati, A., & Schwieter, J. W. Input Processing and Processing Instruction: Pedagogical and cognitive considerations for L3 acquisition. In T. Angelovska & A. Hahn (Eds.), L3 syntactic transfer: Models, new developments, and implications (pp. 253-275). Benjamins.

32. Ferreira, A., & Schwieter, J. W. Directionality in translation. In J. W. Schwieter & A. Ferreira (Eds.), The handbook of translation and cognition (pp. 90-105). Wiley-Blackwell.

31. Schwieter, J. W., & Ferreira, A. Bilingualism in cognitive translation and interpreting studies. In J. W. Schwieter & A. Ferreira (Eds.), The handbook of translation and cognition (pp. 144-164). Wiley-Blackwell.

30. Schwieter, J. W., & Ferreira, A. On the interrelated nature of study abroad learners’ language contact, perceptions of culture, and personal outcomes. The Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 19(2), 151-173.

2016

29. Ferreira, A., Gottardo, A., Javier, C., Schwieter, J. W., & Jia, F. Reading comprehension: The role of acculturation, language dominance, and socioeconomic status in cross-linguistic relations. Spanish Journal of Applied Linguistics, 29(2), 613-639.

28. Ferreira, A., Schwieter, J. W., Gottardo, A., & Jones, J. Cognitive effort in direct and inverse translation performance: Insight from eye-tracking technology. Cadernos de Tradução, 36(3), 60-80.

27. Schwieter, J. W., & Ferreira, A. Effects of cognitive control, lexical robustness, and frequency of codeswitching on language switching. In J. W. Schwieter (Ed.), Cognitive control and consequences of multilingualism (pp. 193-216). Benjamins.

26. Schwieter, J. W., & Klassen, G. Linguistic advances and learning strategies in a short-term study abroad experience. Study Abroad Research in Second Language Acquisition and International Education, 1(2), 217-247.

2015

25. Linck, J. A., Michael, E., Golonka, E., Twist, A., & Schwieter, J. W. Moving beyond two languages: The effects of multilingualism on language processing and language learning. In J. W. Schwieter (Ed.), The Cambridge handbook of bilingual processing (pp. 665-694). Cambridge University Press.

24. Ferreira, A., Schwieter, J. W., & Gile, D. The position of psycholinguistics and cognitive science in translation and interpreting: An introduction. In A. Ferreira & J. W. Schwieter (Eds.), Psycholinguistic and cognitive inquiries into translation and interpreting (pp. 3-15). Benjamins.

23. Festman, J., & Schwieter, J. W. Behavioural measures of language control: Production and comprehension. In J. W. Schwieter (Ed.), The Cambridge handbook of bilingual processing (pp. 527-547). Cambridge University Press.

22. Schwieter, J. W., & Tokowicz, N. Bilingual processing: A dynamic and rapidly changing field. In J. W. Schwieter (Ed.), The Cambridge handbook of bilingual processing (pp. 3-26). Cambridge University Press.

2014

21. Schwieter, J. W., & Ferreira, A. Intersections of study abroad, social capital, and second language acquisition. In M. Mantero, J. Watze, & P. Chamness Miller (Eds.), Readings in language studies, vol. 4: Intersections of language and social justice (pp. 107-128). International Society for Language Studies.

20. Schwieter, J. W., & Ferreira, A. Underlying processes of L1 and L3 word translation: Exploring the semantic relatedness effect. In J. W. Schwieter & A. Ferreira (Eds.), The development of translation competence: Theories and methodologies from psycholinguistics and cognitive science (pp. 87-106). Cambridge Scholars.

2013

19. Klassen, G., & Schwieter, J. W. The morphosyntactic interface of determiner phrases. Open Journal of Modern Linguistics, 3(4), 360-366.

18. Schwieter, J. W. The foreign language imagined learning community: Developing identity and increasing investment. In D. Rivers & S. Houghton (Eds.), Social identities and multiple selves in foreign language education (pp. 139-155). Bloomsbury.

17. Schwieter, J. W. Immersion learning: Implications for non-native lexical development. In J. W. Schwieter (Ed.), Studies and global perspectives of second language teaching and learning (pp. 165-185). Information Age.

16. Schwieter, J. W. Lexical inhibition in trilingual speakers. In J. Tirkkonen & E. Anttikoski (Eds.), Proceedings of The 24th Conference of Scandinavian Linguistics. Publications of the University of Eastern Finland: Reports and Studies in Education, Humanities, and Theology (pp. 249-260). University of Eastern Finland Press.

15. Schwieter, J. W., & Ferreira, A. Language selection, control, and conceptual-lexical development in bilinguals and multilinguals. In J. W. Schwieter (Ed.), Innovative research and practices in second language acquisition and bilingualism (pp. 241-266). Benjamins.

2012

14. Linck, J. A., Schwieter, J. W., & Sunderman, G. Inhibitory control predicts language switching performance in trilingual speech production. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 15(3), 651-662.

13. Schwieter, J. W., & Kunert, S. Short-term study abroad and cultural sessions: Issues of L2 development, identity, and socialization. In P. Chamness Miller, J. Watze, & M. Mantero (Eds.), Readings in language studies, vol. 3: Language and identity (pp. 587-604). International Society for Language Studies.

2011

12. Schwieter, J. W. Migrant Hispanic students speak up: Linguistic and cultural perspectives of low academic attainment. Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education: An International Journal, 5(1), 33-47.

11. Schwieter, J. W., & Sunderman, G. Inhibitory control processes and lexical access in trilingual speech production. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism, 1(4), 391-412.

2010

10. Schwieter, J. W. Developing second language writing through scaffolding in the ZPD: A magazine project for an authentic audience. The Journal of College Teaching & Learning, 7(10), 31-45.

9. Schwieter, J. W. Describing and perceiving sexual orientation based on linguistic cues: At the crossroads of bilingualism and language acquisition. In J. Watze, M. Mantero, & P. Chamness Reece-Miller (Eds.), Readings in Language Studies, vol. 2: Language and Power (pp. 89-111). International Society for Language Studies.

2009

8. Schwieter, J. W. Cognitive perspectives of target language selection in bilingual speech production: Factors of bilingualism and development. In I-H Lee & C-S Hong (Eds.), Proceedings of The 18th International Congress of Linguists: Current Issues in Unity and Diversity of Languages. Linguistic Society of Korea.

7. Schwieter, J. W., & Jaimes-Domínguez, J. L. Maximizing indigenous student learning in the mainstream with language and culture. Contemporary Issues in Education Research, 2(3), 39-46.

6. Schwieter, J. W., & Sunderman, G. Concept selection and developmental effects in bilingual speech production. Language Learning, 59(4), 897-927.

2008

5. Schwieter, J. W. Preparing students for class: A hybrid enhancement to language learning. The College Teaching Methods and Styles Journal, 4(6), 41-50.

4. Schwieter, J. W. Language attitudes and gender: Descriptors and nationalistic ideologies. The Buckingham Journal of Language and Linguistics, 1(1), 113-127.

3. Schwieter, J. W. The effects of bilingual type on language selectivity. In M. Mantero, P. Chamness Reece-Miller, and J. Watze (Eds.), Readings in Language Studies, vol. 1: Language Across Disciplinary Boundaries (pp. 417-431). International Society for Language Studies.

2. Schwieter, J. W., & Sunderman, G. Language switching in bilingual speech production: In search of the language-specific selection mechanism. The Mental Lexicon, 3(2), 214-238.

2004

1. Delany-Barmann, G., & Schwieter, J. W. Guatemala: An intercultural perspective. Democracy & Education, 15(1), 18-20.