Bilingualism and language development in the brain
Bilingualism is widely used to refer to anyone who has verbal communicative skills in a second language. In this talk, I’ll revisit concepts like acquisition/learning, and bilingual language development, in light of theories of language acquisition and brain studies. The main idea is to reflect on what neurolearning and recent acquisitional studies have to say about concepts we have long deemed “established.”
Don’t miss out the opportunity to attend this event on January 18th at 3.30 pm!
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PhD in Linguistics from UNICAMP, Postdoctoral researcher in Linguistics (New York University). Marcello Marcelino is a Professor at the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP) in both the Language Department and Graduate Center.