The Socio-Cognitive Laboratory was established thanks to national world-leading funding awarded to MultiLing. It was officially opened in March 2018. Research at MultiLing is exploring new methods and tools to better understand how humans learn, use or gradually lose the languages they know
The Socio-Cognitive Laboratory is a hub for research questions and methodologies from different strands of linguistics such as psycholinguistics and sociolinguistics. It provides tools and technology to study online processing of languages (e.g. via EEG and eyetracking) and opens up possibilities for combining existing and novel methods to explore multilingualism in various groups of speakers, such as infants and adult language learners, speakers of minority languages, and patients with language loss.
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