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Activities and Seminars

Donostia Workshop on Neurobilingualism
 
Date: Sep 30, 2010
Oct 02, 2010

Multilingualism plays an increasingly important role in society today. In Europe and throughout the world, many and different languages co-exist in the same population. In addition, globalization has promoted contacts between different languages and cultures that previously did not interact. Consequently, the world population is increasingly multilingual.


Multilingualism plays an increasingly important role in society today. In Europe and throughout the world, many and different languages co-exist in the same population. In addition, globalization has promoted contacts between different languages and cultures that previously did not interact. Consequently, the world population is increasingly multilingual.

The goal of the Donostia workshop on Neurobilingualism (a successor of the Rovereto Workshop on Bilingualism, the Ghent Workshop on Bilingualism and the Bangor Workshop on Neurobilingualism) is to bridge cognitive and neural perspectives on multilingual language processing and to foster discussion and productive collaborations.

This workshop brings together multidisciplinary research on neurobilingualism, including psychological, linguistic, computational, neurobiological and formal perspectives. The scientific program consists of keynote lectures, discussions, oral presentations and poster sessions.

Go to workshop web page.