In my research within the LESS Project (Language Economy through Transfer Source Selectivity), I am investigating how language learners coordinate several languages early in the acquisition process, how this process is influenced by the characteristics of the languages, and how the process is reflected in the brain.
In addition, between November 2022 and January 2023, I worked part-time on data analysis within the CLICK Project (Cross-Linguistic Influence of Competing Knowledge), which investigates multilingualism in heritage speakers.
I am also interested in other topics, such as the origins and evolution of language, the relationship between language and other cognitive domains, and the understanding of meaning through language. Last, I am interested in statistics, electroencephalography, behavioral measurements and open science.
My research materials are available at https://osf.io/25u3x.
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