Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS, Department of LLC


Current research

(the most recent research is at the top)
Collaboration The digital youth library : Children's information retrieval
Secretariat Effectiveness of speech and language therapy in preschool children with severe developmental language disorders
Secretariat On the same wavelength: How does language help our minds resonate in synchrony?
Secretariat The semantics and acquisition of referentiality
Secretariat Cultural exchange in a time of global conflict: Colonials, Neutrals and Belligerents during the First World War (CEGC)
Secretariat Bilingual infant speech perception during perceptual reorganization
Secretariat Learning Non-Adjacent Dependencies: A Mechanism for Language Acquisition?
Secretariat Emerging Standards: Urbanisation and the Development of Standard English, c. 1400-1700
Secretariat Modelling processing deficits in developmental speech sound disorders
Secretariat Pinching loudly doesn't hurt: Adverb Modification and the Conceptual Structure of Events in Language and Cognition
Secretariat Voting Engagement Tools as political decision aids. Effects on political literacy and political attitudes
Secretariat LIN: A validated reading level tool for Dutch
Secretariat Discourse Coherence in Bilingualism and SLI
Secretariat Oral fluency: production and perception
Secretariat Language Portal Dutch/Frisian: Dutch Syntax
Secretariat Reading behavior in advanced age: Do older adults become incoherent readers?
Secretariat Solving the actuation problem: the role of perception in sound change
Secretariat The uniformity of linguistic variation: Subject-Predicate relations
Secretariat Get the focus right: a cross-linguistic study on prosodic encoding of focus in children
Secretariat Between Logic and Common Sense: the Formal Semantics of Words
Secretariat Prosody and syntax: how are they related?
Secretariat The emergence of scales: Acquisition of relative adjectives in a cross-linguistic perspective
Secretariat Information structure: towards a unified approach

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