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On the 7th of August 2019, Judith Schlenter defended her thesis on "Predictive language processing in late bilinguals: Evidence from visual-world eye-tracking".

PRIM members organize a workshop on "Modelling Gradient Variability in Grammar" at the DGfS 2020 "Linguistic Diversity: Theories, Methods, Resources"; deadline for abstract submission: 15 July 2019

For more information, see linguistlist.org/issues/30/30-2337.html

On the 11th of May, PRIM members took part in this year's Potsdam Science Day: https://www.potsdamertagderwissenschaften.de/

The "obligatory" graduation cap

On the 9th of May 2019, Gloria-Mona Knospe defended her thesis on "Processing of pronouns and reflexives in Turkish-German Bilinguals".

The "obligatory" graduation cap

The impact of focus on pronoun resolution in native and non-native sentence comprehension

Clare PattersonYulia EsaulovaClaudia Felser

First Published March 21, 2017; pp. 403–429

made it on the short list for the biennial Mike Sharwood Smith Award for the best article published in Second Language Research in the previous two years.

From the 19th to the 20th of November 2018, Cecilia Puebla Antunes, Marilena Tsopanidi (Student Assistant) and Yulia Kurennaia (Intern) visited the Langenscheidt Digital Workshop in Munich.

18.11.2017 Warum wir einander verstehen (Why we understand each other) - short report about the new SFB "Limits of Variability in Language" [PDF]