The Multilingualism Lab

Psychology Department, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada

AIMS

 

We aim to understand multilingual development and its implications for individual and society. For this we look at the interactions between (i.e., the co-constitutive nature of) cognition, communication and culture. Our work includes investigating:

  • the cognitive and psycholinguistic processes underlying multilingualism

  • the role of communication networks in multilingual development

  • the role of language identity in multilingual development

  • the social-motivational aspects of language development

  • role of language in acculturation and psychosocial well-being.

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