The McGill Language and Multilingualism Laboratory conducts behavioral (e.g., eye-tracking) and neuroimaging (e.g., ERP) experiments to investigate the following questions:
- How do bilinguals resolve within- and cross-language ambiguity during written and spoken language comprehension? How do individual differences in executive function constrain language comprehension and production?
- Is bilingual experience and ability associated with structural and functional brain changes in healthy older adults?
- How do first and second language users learn, represent and process figurative language?
- How do neuropathological/psychiatric conditions (e.g., schizophrenia, dyslexia) affect language processes such as skilled reading?
McGill Language and Multilingualism Laboratory
Debra Titone, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology
1205 Dr. Penfield Avenue
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Office Phone: 514-398-1778
Lab Phone: 514-398-4601
E-mail: dtitone [at] psych.mcgill.ca