Welcome to the website of the International Association for the Psychology of Language Learning!

The association traces its origins to the Psychology of Language Learning conference that was first held at the University of Graz in 2014 (PLL2014). The conference helped to bring together a large number of language teachers and academics who shared an interest in diverse  aspects of the psychology involved in teaching and learning foreign languages.

We envisage this online space as a resource for academics and teachers who work in language learning psychology and as a hub for this community. To that end, we have uploaded information about past and upcoming PLL conferences. We also use this space to publish information about other academic events, as well as publications, which are related to language learning psychology or associated fields.

In addition, we curate a thematic index of books, chapters and journal articles on various topics of PLL, and a list of scholars who are doing PLL research, which we hope may prove useful for networking and research collaborations. We welcome any suggestions that you might have for enriching these indexes.

We hope that this online resource will be useful to you, and look forward to any feedback on how to further improve it. Happy browsing!