One mind, two languages:
Welcome to the Lemhöfer Language Lab
We are a research group that investigates, very generally speaking, the (neuro-)cognition of bi- and multilingualism: How are two or more languages handled within the same brain?
We are based at the Centre for Cognition, which is part of the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour at the Radboud University in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Head of the group is Kristin Lemhöfer.
Xiaochen’s paper on her Master’s Thesis The “Semantic P600” in Second Language Processing: When Syntax Conflicts with Semantics has now been accepted for publication in Neuropsychologia!
Nikita Boers (University College Utrecht) started as an intern in our group, working on oscillations in the EEG during incidental L2 word learning. Welcome!
Johanna de Vos’ PhD dissertation Naturalistic Second Language Word Learning has been accepted by the manuscript committee. She will defend it in public on April, 24. Congratulations, Johanna!
Xiaochen’s paper ‘Monitoring of language selection errors in switching: Not all about conflict’, (one of) the first on response-locked measures (error-related negativities) in the EEG during (bilingual) speaking, has now been published in PLOS ONE!
We just came back from a productive and also not un-enjoyable writing week in Mallorca (Xiaochen was unable to join us, and Mónica is missing on the photo). Look forward to the products hopefully being published soon!