Neurolinguistics and Language Development
The Neurolinguistics and Language development group is concerned with the organization and use of first and second language in the brain, through the study of three related fields: aphasia and developmental disorders of spoken and written language, semantics and cognition, and first and second language development, including language acquisition and language attrition. Research in this field has been largely experimental using a wide range of methods, including offline and online tasks, spontaneous speech analysis, event related potentials, functional magnetic resonance imaging, and reaction times. The varied focus of research within the group has been on (relations between) neurolinguistics, aphasiology, developmental language disorders, semantics and cognition (including first language acquisition), second language development and bilingualism (including language attrition), foreign language instruction research, an early foreign language learning.
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