Are heritage speakers of Spanish significantly better at speaking than at writing?

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Gatti, A. & Graves, S. (2020). Are heritage speakers of Spanish significantly better at speaking than at writing? Results of an experiment on writing and speaking proficiencies—actual and perceived. Foreign Language Annals, 53(4), 940-941. doi: https://doi.org/10.1111/flan.12499
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Gatti, A. & Graves, S.
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06 February 2021
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Language being learned

First language of learners
Proficiency of learners
ACTFL
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  • Intermediate Mid to Advanced High
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Subnational region
New York City
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Gatti, A. & Graves, S. (2021). Are heritage speakers of Spanish significantly better at speaking than at writing?. OASIS Summary of Gatti, A. & Graves, S. (2020) in Foreign Language Annals. https://oasis-database.org/concern/summaries/qb98mf741?locale=en