In order to shed more light on the relationships between poor auditory input and language performance, this project investigates relationships between crystallised language knowledge, hearing impairment, and individual cognitive abilities.
As prosodic discourse marking is challenging for both L1 and L2 learners, this project investigates whether this bootstrapping function of head gestures in prosodic focus marking also occurs in an L2 context.
An increasing number of companies are starting using instructional videos, which come in different forms and shapes, with and without the consumer's native language. This project investigates effective formats and what role language plays.
This study has investigated the challenges, benefits and disadvantages of studying in a language that is not your mother tongue, from the point of view of the non-native students themselves, but also from the point of other non-native communicators.
This project concerns a survey about the languages spoken and taught in the Netherlands and Belgium (Flanders and Wallonia) and the attitude of language users towards the different languages, and organized a study afternoon about this.
By investigating the (socio)linguistic factors in the functional implementation of a standard language, this project hypotheses that newspaper were crucial in the expansion of the Dutch standard language.
In the literature on syntactic variation, several correlations between syntactic and morphological variation have been identified. In this project, we explore the possible correlation by evaluating existing generalisations and arguing for new ones.
In this project, we investigate various methods for interpreting DL-based learning systems. Understanding which classes of applications require which DL analysis techniques is the core of our proposed project.
This project investigates how uncertainty in gender incongruence and differences in sex development (DSD) is displayed in interaction among healthcare professionals (HCP), among peers (adolescents/parents) and between HCP and adolescents/parents.
The aim of this project is to identify the impact of digitalization on (para)medical interaction in the context of professional practice, and to provide solutions that can support professionals in the use of these technologies.
Radboud University has developed a test, given to all undergraduate students, that aims to determine which students may need extra support to develop the academic language skills. This project aims to evaluate the predictive validity of the test.
During lower secondary education pupils learn German for at least two years. This research investigates to what extent the teaching of plurilingual strategies during German classes can better prepare pupils for effective communication with speakers.