Bilingualism research is one of the recent areas of research at the Center. Our primary area of interest is how two different language systems co-exist when one person is (almost) equally fluent in two languages. It is known that changes or even attrition of grammatical categories can happen in a less dominant language under influence of a more dominant language. These changes can be detected with modern experimental methods, such as eyetracking or self-paced reading.
Evidentiality category in Bashkir language
Nenets-Russian bilingualism at Yamal
Anaphoric reference in Spanish natives and Spanish L2 learners
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