PhD student Elly Koutamanis presented her work with Gerrit Jan Kootstra, Ton Dijkstra, and Sharon Unsworth, in a talk entitled "Language co-activation in the simultaneous bilingual child’s lexicon: A primed eye-tracking study".
In the final episode of this season of Sharon Unsworth's podcast Kletsheads, Elly Koutamanis talks about the topic of her PhD-research: how the multilingual mind deals with words from different languages.
On December 12, Holger Hopp from Technische Universität Braunschweig will give a talk on sentence processing and learning in L2 adults. The talk will be held from 12:30 to 14:00 in room A.00.07 in the Spinoza Building.
On February 22, Claire Goriot will defend her thesis, entitled: “Early-English education works no miracles: Cognitive and linguistic development of mainstream, early-English, and bilingual primary-school pupils in the Netherlands.” The defense will be in the Aula and starts at 12:30.