LANGUAGE ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN LAN (LANGLIFELAB) brings together researches with an interest on language abilities in diverse populations. The aim of the lab is to integrate linguistic theory and the observation of language behaviour across the life span, targeting different populations for example adults after stroke, children with language impairment or children exposed to heritage languages.
Research is conducted in collaboration with other research groups and stakeholders.
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CURRENT RESEARCH TOPICS
This is an half-day BPS-accreditated course on the importance of Neurodiversity and Invisible disabilities at the workplace. Participants will be presented with frontline research on Invisible disabilities and how to profile and value them. They will practice in both individual and group sessions how to assess and produce a report to consider adjustments and strategies for valuing any worker. The event will also be an opportunity for networking, meeting experts and discussing cases.
This EEG and LANGUAGE comprehension crash course is a 2-days training providing researchers with an interest in language with a full experience on recording EEG and interpreting indexes that can be extracted from it and are informative about language processing.
LOST IN BSL TRANSLATION 2019
Forthcoming in Autumn @ Heriot-Watt
APHASIOLOGY SPECIAL ISSUE
Autumn 2019. Linguistics and Aphasia.
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