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Oct 08, 2021

New project: Simply literacy! considering low literacy - avoiding language barriers

We are glad about a newly funded project on the readability and intelligibility of texts used in professional education (PIs: Sandra Pappert, Heidelberg, and Alexis Feldmeier García, Münster) and welcome Carolina Olszycka as a new lab member.
https://www.idf.uni-heidelberg.de/pro-sprachwissenschaft/einfach-alpha-geringe-literalitaet-beachten-sprachliche-huerden-abbauen.html
 


May 11, 2021

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Mar 22, 2021

6 lectures on multilingualism

In the series of six lectures, “Current trends in multilingualism research”, researchers will present linguistic, cognitive, affective and educational aspects of multilingualism. International experts will discuss the findings of empirical research on individual multilingualism. Specialists will explain the mechanisms which underlie the functioning of multilingual adults and children. Also, they will discuss individual differences in the acquisition of new languages, expressing emotions in foreign languages, multilingualism in education, as well as linguistic and cognitive development of multilingual children.

The lectures are organised by the University of Warsaw School for International Science, in collaboration with the International Association of Multilingualism under the Initiative of Excellence – Research University project (IDUB Action II 3.7 “Multilingualism”), coordinated by Prof. Agnieszka Otwinowska-Kasztelanic from the UW Faculty of Modern Languages.

More information: https://en.uw.edu.pl/six-lectures-on-multilingualism/

 


Mar 09, 2021

Two HULC lab contributions at PIF 2021

Two projects by members of the HULC lab will be presented at the Psycholinguistics in Flanders 2021 conference. More information about the conference here.


Jan 06, 2021

Heidelberg Summer School "Complex structures in language and cognition" postponed


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