Typical and Atypical Language Development Symposium 2019
We are delighted to announce that the first Typical and Atypical Language Development Symposium (TALDS 2019) will take place on September 4th in Moscow, Russia. It is a satellite event of the 25th AMLaP conference.
TALDS 2019 aims to bring together researchers of infant, child, and adolescent language development using behavioral, eye tracking, neuroimaging, and computational methods. We welcome those who are interested in language acquisition in monolingual and bilingual environment as well as in children with neurodevelopmental disorders (Specific Language Impairment, Autism Spectrum Disorders, developmental dyslexia).
Professor, University of Potsdam
Dr., Rijndam Rehabilitation, Department of Neurorehabilitation, Rotterdam; Erasmus University Medical Center Rotterdam, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
Acquired aphasia in childhood is a rare condition and the - small - population of children with acquired aphasia is very heterogeneous, which complicates its diagnosis and treatment. ACA differs from adult aphasia in several ways. Adult aphasia is almost always caused by stroke, whereas traumatic brain injury and tumours are the most frequent etiologies in children. Age and language development at onset are important variables. In this presentation, the state of the art in diagnosis and treatment of ACA will be reviewed, as well as our current knowledge on prognosis and recovery patterns. As there is virtually no literature on language treatment for these children, it will be discussed how to use our knowledge on treating adult aphasia to improve rehabilitation of ACA.
Professor, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona
Professor, the City University of New York / National Research University Higher School of Economics
TALDS 2019 will be hosted by the National Research University Higher School of Economics and will take place at Armyanskiy per. 4, c2.
Detailed information on the symposium venue will follow soon.
TALDS 2019 is organised by members of the Center for Language and Brain at the National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE)
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