Dolly J. Young (Ph.D., the University of Texas) is Associate Professor of Spanish in the Department of Romance Languages at the University of Tennessee. She supervises the first- and second-year Spanish programs and provides teacher training for graduate students. She has published widely in the areas of language anxiety and foreign language reading. She co-edited the first languge anxiety volume Language Anxiety: From Theory and Research to Classroom Implications, with Elaine K. Horowitz, co-wrote a supplementary Spanish reader, Esquemas, with the late Darlene F. Wolf, and co-wrote the second-year Spanish textbook Que te parece? with Dr. James Lee, Darlene Wolf, and Paul Chandler.Lee, James F. is the author of 'Workbook/Lab Manual Part B to Accompany Qu TE Parece? Intermediate Spanish - James F. Lee - Paperback' with ISBN 9780072964240 and ISBN 0072964243.