I am both interested in theoretical topics within bilingualism, psycholinguistics and language acquisition, as well as in developments within the field of applied statistics and data analysis. More specifically, I like conducting psycholinguistic experiments to study bilingual first language acquisition, and I am enthusiastic about increasing the robustness of results by means of multi-method studies and research synthesis.
Currently, I am conducting my PhD research within the MultiCUE project. My PhD research focuses on the pragmatic communication abilities of multilingual children. I will investigate whether these abilities differ from those of monolingual peers, and what the mechanisms are that underlie such differences.
Research Master Methodology and Statistics for the Behavioural, Biomedical and Social Sciences, 2022
Research Master Linguistics, 2020
Master Multilingualism and Language Acquisition, 2017
Bachelor Latin-American Studies, 2016