There is an increasing interdependence and connectivity between the people and nations of the world which has led to a greater amount of communication across cultures and languages. Bilingualism, the use of two languages on a regular basis, has become increasingly common in today’s world (see e.g., Altarriba & Santiago-Rivera, 1994; Santiago-Rivera & Altarriba, 2002). But what effect, if any, does bilingualism have on the memory and emotions of individuals? How does knowledge of multiple languages influence the perception of language? Is there an interaction between personality factors and language? Researchers have used numerous methodologies in order to study different aspects of emotional experience, perception, memory, and personality in bilinguals.