Dr M.A.M. van de Ven (Marco)
Member - Representative Council Faculty of Social Sciences
Assistant professor - Behavioural Science Institute
Assistant professor - Orthopedagogics: Learning and Development
Marco van de Ven (1982) obtained a Master's degree in English language and culture from Radboud University (2007) and a Research Master's degree in Experimental linguistics from Utrecht University (2007). He completed his PhD in 2011 at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen (promotors: prof. Robert Schreuder & prof. Anne Cutler, co-promotor: prof. Mirjam Ernestus) on the processing of conversational speech in a first and second language. Currently, he is an assistant professor at the Behavioural Science Institute (BSI) at Radboud University. His research focuses on individual differences in language development, the relation between language and the development of other cognitive skills (e.g., literacy) and the role of language in complex syndromes (e.g., CMT).
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