The ANNA workshop on Bilingualism, Priming, and Executive Function

Anna Wolleb will be defending her dissertation Syntactic representations in the bilingual mind: the role of executive function and pragmatics in cross-language priming on December 10. In that connection the LAVA research group will organize a small workshop in her honor.

Date: December 11, 2015

Place: E-0105



10:00-10:45 Ludovica Serratrice (Manchester) Executive function skills and gradient bilingualism
10:45-11:30 Holly Branigan (Edinburgh Learning as we talk: Persistent and cumulative structural priming in adult-child dialogues
11:30-11:45 Coffee & fruit
11:45-12:30 Øystein Vangsnes (Tromsø The effect of bidialectal literacy on cognitive and scholastic development
12:30-13:15 Antonella Sorace (Edinburgh) Effects of bilingualism on language and cognition: advantages, disadvantages, or neither?
13:30-15:00 LUNCH (IN TOWN)


There is no registration fee – in fact, there is no registration. However, if you would like to participate in the lunch (covered by the LAVA research group), please send an e-mail to Sølvi Riise ( asap and by December 8 at the latest.

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