Curriculum Vitae for Barry McLaughlin

 

Professor Emeritus, University of California, Santa Cruz

 

 

Psychology Department  

Program in Cognitive Psychology

University of California

Santa Cruz, CA 95064 

 

(831) 459 3351(messages)

(831) 426 2016 (fax)

mclaugh@cats.ucsc.edu (email)

 

 

Education  
1959:

A.B., St. Louis University, Psychology

M.S., St. Louis University, Experimental Psychology

1966: PhD., Harvard University, Social Psychology
   
Experience  

1966:  

Lecturer, Harvard University
1966 -70:

Assistant Professor, University of California, Santa Cruz

1970 -76: Associate Professor, University of California, Santa Cruz
1973 -75: Associate Director, California Study Center, Goettingen, West Germany
1977 -79:  Chair, Psychology Board of Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz
1977 -2000:   Professor, University of California, Santa Cruz
2000- Professor Emeritus, University of California, Santa Cruz
1985 -88: Chair, Psychology Board of Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz
1988:   Associate Dean, Social Science Division
1989 -96: Director, Bilingual Research Group, University of California, Santa Cruz
1989 -91 : Chair, Steering Committee, Systemwide LinguisticMinority Research  
1991 -92 : Co-Director, National Center for Research on Cultural Diversity and Second Language Learning
1992 -96: 

Director, National Center for Research on Cultural Diversity and Second  Language Learning

   
Honors, Awards, Grants  

1967 -69:

Principal Investigator, "Studies in Social Incidental Learning," (NSF Research Grant)

1972-76: 

Editor, Social Psychology Series, The Free Press

1976 -77:

Von Humboldt Fellowship, Institut fuer Psychologie,   Goettingen, West Germany

1976-99:  

Editorial Board, Applied Psycholinguistics

1977:   

Consultant, "Evaluation of the Head Start Bilingual Bicultural Curriculum" (Juarez Associates)

1979 -99:

Editorial Board, Discourse Processes

1979 -80:

Von Humboldt Fellowship, Institut fuer Psychologie, Goettingen, West Germany

1980-83:

Co-Investigator, "Language Learning through Bilingual Instruction" (National Institute of Education

1982:  

Consultant, Department of Communication Studies, Linkoeping, Sweden

1982:

Consultant, California State Department of Education, Office of Bilingual Education

1989-91 :

Principal Investigator, "Language Loss in Bilingual Students" (Linguistic Minority Research Project

1990 -95 :

Editorial Board, Studies in Second Language Acquisition

1990 -95:

Editorial Board, Second Language Acquisition

1991 -95 :

Principal Investigator, "Evaluating Education Reform:   Diversity" (US Department of Education)

1995-00 :

Principal Investigator, "Vocabulary Knowledge and Reading  Comprehension in English-Language Learners (US Department of Education    

 

 

Publications

 

Books

 

McLaughlin, B. (1969).  (Ed.)   Studies in social movements.   New

     York:  The Free Press.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1971).  Learning and social behavior.  New York:

     The Free Press.

 

McLaughlin, B.  (1978). Second-language acquisition in childhood.

     Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

 

McLaughlin, B.  (1984). Second-language acquisition in childhood.

     Second Edition.  Vol. 1:  Preschool children .  Hillsdale,

     N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

 

McLaughlin, B.  (1985). Second-language acquisition in childhood.

     Vol. 2:  School -age children.   Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence

     Erlbaum Associates.

 

McLaughlin, B.  (1987). Theories of second-language learning.

     London:  Arnold.

 

E. Garcia & B. McLaughlin (1995). (Eds.)  Yearbook in early

     childhood education, Vol. 6:  Meeting the challenge of

     linguistic and cultural diversity.   New York:  Teachers

     College Press.

 

Monographs

 

McLaughlin, B. (1982).  Children's second language learning.

     Arlington, VA:  Center for Applied Linguistics.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1989).  Second language development in immersion

     contexts.  Rockville, MD:  Montgomery County Public Schools.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1993).  Myths and misconceptions about second

     language learning:  What every teacher needs to unlearn.

     Washington, D.C.: Center for Applied Linguistics.

 

McLaughlin, B., Gesi Blanchard, A., & Osanai, Y.  (1995).

     Assessing language development in bilingual preschool

     children.  Washington, D.  C.: National Clearinghouse for

     Bilingual Education.

 

McLaughlin, B.  (1995).   Fostering second language development in

     young children: Principles and practices.   Washington, D.C.:

     Center for Applied Linguistics.

 

Berman, P., McLaughlin, B., McLeod, B., Nelson, B., & Woodworth, K.

     (1997).  Studies in educational reform: Reform and student

     diversity.  Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education,

     Office of Educational Research and Improvement.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1998).  Fostering the development of first and

     second language development in early childhood.   Sacramento,

     CA:  California Department of Education,  Early Childhood

     Division.

McLaughlin, B. (1998). Assessing the development of first and

     second language development in early childhood.   Sacramento,

     CA:  California Department of Education,  Early Childhood

     Division.

 

Articles and Book Chapters  

 

 

Klauser, D. H., McLaughlin, B., & Kulik, J. (1962).   Paired associ 

     ate learning as a function of percentage of occurrence of

     responses. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 1,

     85 90.

 

McLaughlin, B.  (1965).   "Intentional" and "incidental" learning

     under conditions of intention to learn and motivation.

     Psychological Bulletin, 63, 359 376.

 

McLaughlin, B.  (1965).   Values in behavioral science. Journal of

     Religion and Health, 4, 258 279.

 

Maher, B. S., McLaughlin, B., & McKean, K. O. (1966).   Studies in

     psychotic language.  In P. J. Stone, et al. (Eds.), The

     General Inquirer:  A computer approach to content analysis.

     Cambridge:  MIT Press.

McLaughlin, B.  (1966).   The WAI dictionary and self perceived

     identity in college students.   In P.C. Stone et al. (Eds.),

     The General Inquirer:  A computer approach to content

     analysis.  Cambridge: MIT Press.

 

McLaughlin, B.  (1970).   Incidental learning and Machiavellianism.

     Journal of Social Psychology, 25, 256 261.

 

McLaughlin, B.  (1970).   Similarity, recall, and appraisal of

     others.  Journal of Personality, 38, 106 116.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1971).  Effects of similarity and likeableness on

     attraction and recall.  Journal of Personality and Social

     Psychology, 20, 65 69.

 

McLaughlin, B.  (1975).   Social movements. In B. Seidenberg & A.

     Snadowski (Eds.), Social psychology.   New York:  The Free

     Press.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1977).  Second language learning in childhood.

     Psychological Bulletin, 84, 438 459.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1978).  Second look:   The mother tongue.  Human

     Nature, 1, 89.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1978).  The monitor model:   Some methodological

     considerations.  Language Learning, 28, 309 332.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1979).  Linguistic input and conversational

     strategies in L1 and L2.  Studies in Second Language

     Acquisition, 2, 1 16.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1980).  Towards a theory of speech processing:

     Some methodological considerations.   In H. W. Dechert & M.

     Raupach (Eds.), Temporal variables in speech:   Studies in

     honor of Frieda Goldman Eisler.   The Hague/Paris: Mouton.

 

McLaughlin, B., Shutz, C., & White, D.  (1980).   Parental speech to

     five year old children in a game playing situation.   Child

     Development, 51, 580 582.

 

McLaughlin, B.  (1980).   Theory and research in second language

     learning:  An emerging paradigm.  Language Learning, 30,

     331 350.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1980).  On the use of miniature artificial

     languages in second language research.   Applied

     Psycholinguistics, 1, 353  365.

 

McLaughlin, B.  (1981).   Differences and similarities between first

     and between first and second language learning.   In H. Winitz

     (Ed.), Native language and foreign language acquisition.   New

     York:  The New York Academy of Sciences.

 

McLaughlin, B.  (1981). Discussion of Some Common   Goals for Second

     and First Language Acquisition Research by Kenji Hakuta.   In

     R. W. Andersen (Ed.), New dimensions in research on the

     acquisition and use of a second language.   Rowley, Mass.:

     Newbury House.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1981).  Bilingual education in America:  Why Manuel

     can't read.

     Englisch Amerikanische Studien, 4, 542 550.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1982). Second language learning and bilingualism in

     children  and adults.   In S. Rosenberg (Ed.),  Handbook of

     applied Psycholinguistics:  Major thrusts of research and

     theory.  Hillsdale, N.J.:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1982).  Current status of research on

     second language learning

     in children. Human  Development, 25, 215 222.

 

Vihman, M. & McLaughlin, B.  (1982).   Bilingualism and second

     language acquisition in preschool children.   In C. J. Brainerd

     & M. Pressley (Eds.), Progress in cognitive development

     research:  Verbal processes in children.  Berlin:   Springer.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1982).  Second language acquisition.   In J. H. Best

     & W. Rabinowitz (Eds.),  Encyclopedia of Educational Research

     I.  New York:   The Free Press.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1982).   Theory in bilingual education:   On

     misreading Cummins.  Selected Papers in TESOL,  Monterey, CA.:

     The Monterey Institute of International Studies, 1, 5 18.

 

McLaughlin, B, White, D.,  Raskin, R., & McDevitt, T. (1983).

     Fathers' and mothers' speech to their young children:   Alike

     or different?  Journal of Child Language, 10, 245 252.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1983).  Compliance to parental directives: A

     comparison of mothers and fathers. Developmental Psychology,

     19, 667 673.

 

McLaughlin, B., Rossman, T., & McLeod, B. (1983).   Second language

     learning: An information processing perspective. Language

     Learning, 33, 135 158.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1984).  Early bilingualism:   Methodological and

     theoretical issues. In M. Paradis (Ed.), Early bilingualism

     and child development.  Amsterdam:  Swets and Zeitlinger.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1984).  Are Immersion Programs the answer for

     Bilingual Education in America?   The Bilingual Review, 11,

     3 11.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1985).  Implications of research for understanding

     early childhood second language learning.   In  Second language

     learning by young children.  Sacramento, CA.:   Advisory

     Committee on   Child Development Programs.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1985).  Second language learning in children:  Some

     recent developments.  In L. Gustavsson (Ed.), On

     communication, 3.  Linkoeping, Sweden:  Department of Com 

     munication Studies.

 

McLaughlin, B. & Graf, P. (1985).  Bilingual education in West Ger 

     many.   Comparative Education, 21, 241 255.

 

Graf, P., & McLaughlin, B. (1985).  Minderheiten in der Schule:

     Die Frage des Lernens in zwei Sprachen.   Deutsch lernen, 10,

     43 56.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1986).  Multilingual education:   Theory East and

     West.  In B. Spolsky (Ed.), Language and education in

     multilingual settings.  Clevedon, England:  Multilingual

     Matters Ltd.

 

Nation, R. & McLaughlin, B.  (1986).   Experts and novices:  An

     information processing approach to the "good language learner"

     problem.  Applied Psycholinguistics, 7, 41 56.

 

McLeod, B. & McLaughlin, B.  (1986).   Restructuring or automatizat 

     ion?  Reading in a second language.  Language Learning, 36,

     109 123.

McLaughlin, B. (1987).  Bilingualism in America:   A review of

     Hakuta's Mirror of language.  Merrill Palmer Quarterly,

     129 132.

 

McLaughlin, B. and Matute Bianchi (1987).  The role of cultural

     factors in classroom second language learning.   In E. Oksaar

     (Ed.), Sociocultural perspectives of language acquisition and

     multilingualism.  New York:  de Gruyter.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1987).  Reading in a second language:   Studies with

     adult and child learners.  In S. Goldman & H. Trueba (Eds.),

     Becoming literate in English as a second language.   Norwood,

     NJ:  Ablex.

 

Gupta, R. & McLaughlin, B. (1988).  Reading research in adult

     second language learners.  Delaware Papers in Linguistics, 1,

     11 31.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1989).  The three phases (faces ?) of second langu 

     age research.  In Dietrich, R. & Graumann, C. F. (Eds.),

     Language processing in social context.   New York:  Springer.

 

McLaughlin, B. & Nayak, N. (1989).  Processing a new language:

     Does knowing other languages make a difference.   In H. W.

     Dechert (Ed.),  Interlingual processes.  Tuebingen:   Narr.

 

McLaughlin, B. & Harrington, M. (1989).  Second language ac 

     quisition.  Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 10, 122 134.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1990).  Restructuring.   Applied Linguistics, 11,

1 16.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1990).  The development of bilingualism:   Myth and

     reality.  In Barona, A. & Garcia, E.  (Eds.),   Poverty,

     minority status and educational equity.   Washington, DC:

     National Association of School Psychologists.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1990).  The relationship between first and second

     languages:  Language proficiency and language aptitude.  In B.

     Harley, P. Allen, J. Cummins and M. Swain (Eds.),   The

     development of second language proficiency.   Cambridge:

     Cambridge University Press.

 

Nayak, N., Hansen, N., Krueger, N., & McLaughlin, B. (1990). Lan 

     guage learning strategies in monolingual and multilingual

     adults.  Language Learning, 40, 221 244.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1990).  "Conscious" vs. "unconscious" learning.

     TESOL Quarterly, 24, 617 634.

 

McLaughlin, B. & Zemblidge, J. (1991).  Second language learning.

     In W. Grabe and R. Kaplan (Eds.), Introduction to applied

     linguistics.  Reading, MA:  Addison Wesley.

 

Heredia, R. & McLaughlin, B.  (1992).   Bilingual memory revisited.

     In R. J. Harris (Ed.),  Cognitive processing in bilinguals.

     North Holland/Elsevier Science Publishers.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1992).  Algunas consideraciones metodologicas sobre

     el modelo del monitor.  In J. M. Liceras (Ed.), La adquisicion

     de las lenguas extranjeras.  Madrid: Visor. (translation of

     McLaughlin, 1978).

 

McLaughlin, B.  (1993).   Cognitive psychological issues in first

     and second language literacy.   In B. McLeod (Ed.), Reforming

     for diversity:  American education's 21st century challenge.

 

McLaughlin, B. & Robbins, S. (1994).  Theory of second language

     learning and teaching.  In Encyclopedia of languages and

     linguistics.  London:   Pergamon Press.

 

McLaughlin, B.  (1994).   Retrospective on the study of early bilin 

     gualism.  In G. Extra & L. Verhoeven (Eds.) A cross linguistic

     study of bilingual development. Amsterdam: North Holland.

 

McLaughlin, B. (1995a).  Aptitude from an information processing

     perspective.  Language Testing, 11, 364 381.

 

Minicucci, C., Berman, P., McLaughlin, B., McLeod, B., Nelson, B.,

     Woodworth, K. (1995).  School reform and student diversity.

     Phi Delta Kappan, 77, 77 80.

 

McLaughlin, B. & Heredia, R. (1996).  Information processing

     approaches to the study of second language acquisition.   In W.

     Ritchie & T. K. Bhatia (Eds.), Handbook of language

     acquisition.  New York:   Academic Press.

 

Hakuta, K. & McLaughlin, B. (1996).  Seven tensions that define

     research on bilingualism and second language acquisition.   In

     D. C. Berliner & R. C. Calfee (Eds.), The handbook of

     educational psychology.  Washington, D. C.:  American

     Psychological Association.

  McLaughlin, B. & McLeod, B. (1997).   Developments in

second-language education in the United States. Bildung und Erziehung, 50, 9-21.

 

McLaughlin, B., Robbins, S, & Wade, J. A. B. T. (2000). Theory

     of second language learning and teaching. In J. L. Mey (Ed.),

     Concise encyclopedia of pragmatics. Oxford: Elsevier Science.

 

McLaughlin, B.( 2000).  Second language learning revisited: The

     psycholinguistic perspective.   In A. Healy & L. Bourne (Eds.),

     Foreign language learning.   Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.