Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics


Current research

(the most recent research is at the top)
Collaboration The impact of age and exposure on forgetting and retention of the birth language in international adoptees: a perspective from Holocaust survivors
Collaboration Oral fluency: production and perception
Collaboration Language Portal Dutch/Frisian: Dutch Syntax
Collaboration Language Levels & Linguistic Repertoire in Writing
Collaboration Language in our hands: Acquisition of spatial language in deaf and hearing children
Collaboration Incomplete Parenthesis
Collaboration Immigrant languages in the Netherlands : Traces of Contact
Collaboration Development of Spatial Language in Deaf and Hearing Children
Collaboration Comparative Slavic Verbal Aspect (and Related Issues)
Collaboration An experimental approach to the interaction of tone sandhi and focus expression in six dialects of Chinese
Collaboration Prosody in whispered speech: retrieving alternative cues to pitch
Collaboration The Dynamics of Light Verbs in the History of West Germanic Languages
Collaboration Prosody and syntax: how are they related?
Collaboration Are there universal constraints on phonological acquisition?
Collaboration Thinking for code-switching: Evidence from speech and gesture
Collaboration Transitory structures: the function of dummy auxiliaries in language acquisition
Collaboration Speech Communication with Adaptive LEarning (SCALE)
Collaboration The Cultural and Material Contexts of Heavenly Letter Charms in Medieval England
Collaboration The Awyu-Dumut family of Papuan languages in its linguistic and cultural context
Collaboration Alor-Pantar languages: origins and theoretical impact
Collaboration 'Kindersprache, Aphasie und allgemeine Lautgesetze' revisited
Collaboration Acoustic reduction in Czech
Collaboration Creoles at birth? The role of nativization in language formation
Collaboration Representation and Processing of Pitch Variation in Tonal Languages
Collaboration Proto-Greek: a reconstruction
Collaboration Asymmetries in Grammar
Collaboration A psycholinguistic model for phonological development
Secretariat Graduate Programme in Linguistics: Language - from cognition to communication
Secretariat Linguistic resources for weakly referential nominals
Secretariat Assessing the relative contribution of competence and performance in child language

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