International collaboration that has the objective of transmitting the knowledge acquired through scientific research on the acquisition of Spanish as the main or secondary language. In this book we find descriptions of the processes that take place during the acquisition of this language, as well as the variables that need to be taken into account, … Continue reading “Linguistic development and disorders in Spanish-speaking children”
A new article published by Neuroscience News and at the Science Daily shows that bilingual people are great at saving brain power.
Lucía Buil’s doctoral dissertation has been an item of the news at a local newspaper, Última Hora. This dissertation, which has been defended recently at the Balearic Islands University, has been following a group of children, between the ages 6 and 12 from various schools in Mallorca with a specific language disorder.
Ramón Bassa, with the collaboration of different experts among which we find multiple members of the I+DEL research group, publishes two books with reflexions on the process of learning oral and written languages at early ages. This is the result of years of interdisciplinary work, by which knowledge from the experience in education and from … Continue reading “Learning oral and written languge at school: Ramón Bassa describes the latest innvoations within this field.”
The research project of professors Lucía Buil, Eva Aguilar and Daniel Adrover on language acquirement difficulties receives the Doctor Jordi Perelló award. For more information you can read the article on the UIB journal.
I+DEL research team at the Balearic Islands University has done a research focused in children with SLI. University newspaper has talked about it. The full coverage is available here.
Publication edited in English by Martin R. Gitterman, Mira Goral and Loraine K. Obler, all experts in neurolinguistics, plurilignuism and aphasia. This book summarizes the findings of the scientific research on cases of aphasia in people who speak more than one language. The vast majority of research on this pathology has been traditionally centred on … Continue reading “PhD. Daniel Adrover participates in the book “Aspects of Multilingual Aphasia””