Nettsider med emneord «Multilingual competence»

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Publisert 19. juni 2020 10:47

Multilingualism and diversity are defining features of societies across the globe. Through this partnership with outstanding universities in South Africa and the US, MultiLing highlights Southern experiences of multilingualism, mobility, and diversity. 

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Publisert 24. jan. 2021 16:41

This research project examines language development in Norwegian children aged 6–18 months.

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Publisert 13. okt. 2016 15:33

​In this project we are interested in how multilingual individuals talk about the different languages in their linguistic repertoire.

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Publisert 23. juni 2016 11:26

The aim of the project is to understand patterns of language use and recovery in multilingual individuals who acquire aphasia.

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Publisert 22. nov. 2019 14:18

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 838164

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Publisert 30. mars 2020 12:09

This PhD project focuses on the cognitive mechanisms that are involved in the language development of bilingual children and adolescents.

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Publisert 28. feb. 2017 15:49

The conceptualization of motion events in monolingual Norwegian and bilingual Norwegian-English children.

Publisert 20. okt. 2020 17:29

Urban Talk & Text is a research group that investigates language, youth and identity in the city.

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Publisert 23. nov. 2017 16:21

How is lexical access (word retrieval) affected in multilinguals with dementia? Is lexical access similarly compromised across different speech contexts?

This postdoctoral project is part of MultiLing's flagship project MultiLing Dementia.

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Publisert 16. mars 2020 13:58

The project examines factors that enhance or inhibit communication between Poles and Norwegians in workplace interaction. 

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Publisert 15. okt. 2019 16:50

Morphosyntactic Production in Stroke-induced Agrammatic Aphasia: A Cross-linguistic Machine Learning Approach.

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Publisert 8. feb. 2019 13:31

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 798658.

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Publisert 8. des. 2013 22:47

In this project we investigate how learners of Norwegian as a second language produce texts as part of a test.

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Publisert 8. des. 2013 22:47

In this project we will examine how immigrant children and adolescents cope with the various transitions in school.

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Publisert 8. des. 2013 22:47

We explore how students cope with the new challenges they face in 5th grade.

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Publisert 8. des. 2013 22:47

Identity negotiation in the Norwegian language test for adult immigrants (Språkprøven i norsk for voksne innvandrere)

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Publisert 20. mars 2019 17:22

Knowledge of grammatical gender in L2 speakers of Norwegian using eyetracking and other controlled experiments.

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Publisert 13. feb. 2020 16:20

This project investigates the role of visual and executive attention in the pragmatic development of monolingual and multilingual children with and without Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

Publisert 2. sep. 2019 09:50
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Publisert 17. jan. 2020 16:47

This project follows a multidisciplinary approach that integrates perspectives and methodologies from psycho-, socio- and neurolinguistics. It is the continuum of the project entitled "Language anxiety in the immigrant context: An interdisciplinary perspective".