Entries by Anneloes

Final AThEME poster (2019)

AThEME has produced a double-sided poster outlining key findings dealing with regional/minority and heritage languages in Europe;  multilingualism and communicative impairment and being multilingual.   FINAL ATHEME POSTER

Final AThEME poster (2019)

AThEME has produced a double-sided poster outlining key findings dealing with regional/minority and heritage languages in Europe;  multilingualism and communicative impairment and being multilingual.   FINAL ATHEME POSTER

European Policy Brief (September 2018)

AThEME has published its third European Policy Brief , this time on multilingualism and heritage languages. Based on AThEME research findings dealing with heritage languages, this document is intended to present policy-relevant findings to (European) decision-makers as well as offer them research-based policy recommendations. HERITAGE LANGUAGES IN THE EU: CHALLENGES OF IMMIGRANT LANGUAGE MAINTENANCE

Winter 2018 issue of the AThEME newsletter – out now!

The ninth and last issue of the AThEME e-newsletter gives a wealth of information about what our researchers and dissemination partners have been up to these last couple of months. As always, the newsletter includes updates on research, dissemination activities and news of upcoming events. This issue’s Meet the Researcher section features AThEME researcher Myrthe Bergstra from Utrecht University, the […]

European Policy Brief (June 2018)

AThEME has published a second European Policy Brief , this time on multilingualism and communicative impairment. Based on AThEME research findings dealing with communicative impairment, this document is intended to present policy-relevant findings to (European) decision-makers as well as offer them research-based policy recommendations. Published on the European Commission website showcasing Social Sciences & Humanities […]

SUMMER 2018 ISSUE OF THE ATHEME NEWSLETTER – OUT NOW!

The eighth issue of the AThEME e-newsletter gives a wealth of information about what our researchers and dissemination partners have been up to these last couple of months. As always, the newsletter includes updates on research, dissemination activities and news of upcoming events. This issue’s Meet the Researcher section features AThEME researcher Tihana Kraš from the University of Rijeka, Center for […]

European Policy Brief (Mar 2018)

AThEME has published a first European Policy Brief on Regional Minority Languages. Based on AThEME research findings dealing with regional minority languages, this document is intended to present policy-relevant findings to (European) decision-makers as well as offer them research-based policy recommendations. Published on the European Commission website showcasing Social Sciences & Humanities research: MULTILINGUALISM AND […]

Latest research: Evidence for an advantage of bilingualism in dyslexia

This study, developed by the University of Verona (Italy), in collaboration with the University of Trento (Italy) and the Xiamen University (China), sheds light on the relationship between bilingualism and developmental dyslexia by comparing the performance of monolingual and bilingual children, with and without a diagnosis of dyslexia, in a task set up to assess […]

Latest research: Children’s early bilingualism and musical training

What do childhood bilingualism and musical training at an early age have in common when it comes to detecting prosody (i.e. rhythm, intonation and tone)? A new study by AThEME researchers from the University of Nova Gorica and the French National Centre for Scientific Research suggests that both types of experience enhance children’s sensitivity to […]

Children’s early bilingualism and musical training influence prosodic discrimination of sentences in an unknown language (Jan 2018)

What do childhood bilingualism and musical training at an early age have in common when it comes to detecting prosody (i.e. rhythm, intonation and tone)? A new study by AThEME researchers from the University of Nova Gorica and the French National Centre for Scientific Research suggests that both types of experience enhance children’s sensitivity to […]