College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > Modern Languages > Faculty > Spanish > Bradley Hoot
Dr. Hoot’s research uses quantitative experimental methods to investigate how language knowledge is represented in the bilingual mind, with particular interest in heritage languages, second language acquisition, linguistic theory (especially information structure), and the syntax of code-switching.
Dr . Hoot's research interests include:
Dr. Hoot is the coordinator for Spanish tutors, the chair of the department’s Spanish Linguistics committee, and the chair of the Spanish program’s submission committee for Creating Knowledge, the LAS journal of undergraduate scholarship. He is also the co-chair of Bilingualism Matters Chicago.