Below you can find the titles of the posters that will be presented on Tuesday, April 16th, during the EMLAR 2019. If you click on the title, you will be directed to a page with the abstract.
Andressa Toni, University of São Paulo
/titia/ or /tʃitʃia/? Using speech development cues for determining the phonological status of [tʃ, dʒ] in Brazilian Portuguese.
Chao Zhou, University of Lisbon
The perception and production of Portuguese /ɾ/ by L1-Mandarin learners
Floor van den Berg, University of Groningen
Boosting cognition in older adults by means of foreign language learning.
Gabrielle Manning, University of Ottawa
Grammatical gender processing and production in L2 speakers.
Hakim Arif, University of Dhaka
‘Phonemic paraphasia’ performed by Bengali Broca’s aphasics in the context of complex syllabic onset.
Jorik Fidler, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The effects of written corrective feedback on L2 case acquisition in the German prepositional phrase mediated by working memory capacity and procedural memory.
Mattia Zingaretti, University of Edinburgh
When a foreign language interferes with your native language: The relationship between L2 acquisition and L1 attrition in English-Italian and Italian-English bilinguals.
Mohammed Saed, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
ArabicEnglish Biliteracy Development: Palestine and Belgian schools as a case study.
Paul Ratnage, University of Plymouth
Do British English-learning 11-month-olds identify consonant and vowel changes in familiar words?
Zuzana Nadova, Universidad del País Vasco UPV/EHU
Second Language Acquisition and Processing of VP Aspect by L1 Slovak Learners of L2 English