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13-15 December 2020: Online ALS 2020 Workshop on Bi/Multilingualism and Disability


Ultima actualizare: 12 Dec 2020

Chairs: Susana A. Eisenchlas, Griffith University, Australia and Andrea C. Schalley, Karlstad University, Sweden

Bilingualism and multilingualism in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or Down syndrome (DS): Evidence and implications

Elizabeth Kay-Raining Bird, Dalhousie University, Canada

How to disentangle bilingualism from Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) 

Sharon Armon-Lotem, Bar Ilan University, Israel

The suitability of dual language education for students with learning challenges

Fred Genesee, McGill University, Canada

Deaf multilingualism: Traversing new research terrain

Louisa Willoughby, Monash University, Australia

Can cross-linguistic treatment effects inform clinical practise in multilingual aphasia?

Maria Kambanaros, University of South Australia, Australia

Bilingualism as a source of cognitive reserve: Impact on Alzheimer's disease

Ellen Bialystok, York University, Canada

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