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Welcome to the Language and Multilingualism Lab!

We are located in 2001 McGill College Avenue.

We are currently operating virtually in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Using Network Science to measure what Montreal bilinguals talk about

Our most recent work innovatively applies Network Science to visualize and quantify nuanced individual differences in bilingual language use.

Check out the paper 

Listen to CBC radio cover this work

Read the news release by McGill Science

Read about our other exciting research

Want to learn more about us?

Our lab has a mix of undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral students with a diverse set of interests and research backgrounds!

Meet our team
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Interested in joining the lab?

Psychonomics 2019 in Montreal

Our team presented lots of exciting new research at Psychonomics in Montreal, including some work linking bilingual language experience to ironic language processing.

Read more about this project
Check out our other conference presentations

CSBBCS 2019

An intergenerational presentation on some exciting new work at the Canadian Society for Brain, Behavior, and Cognitive Science Conference in Waterloo, ON.

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Learn more about our research

Quantifying Montreal's linguistic diversity with entropy

Our lab developed a novel tool, called language entropy, to quantify the rich linguistic diversity of Montreal and other multilingual regions! Ongoing work funded by SSHRC aims to build on these initial findings.

Try it out yourself

Read our recent publications on entropy

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In the News

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What does a network approach tell us about bilingual language use? Find out in this segment by CBC Radio that discusses our recent research.

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What makes Montréal a special place for studying bilingualism? Read this article from the McGill Tribune to learn how our work answers this question.

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What can Network Science tell us about what Montréal bilinguals talk about? Read about it in this McGill Science Newsroom article.

Monolingual and Bilingual Brains

Psychology Today referenced our keynote paper on the bilingual cognitive advantage.

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Our research on bilingualism, executive control and aging appears in McGill Newsroom. 

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Our work on reading impairments in schizophrenia patients was featured in Science Daily.

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Nature Outlook covered our work on language in schizophrenia

patients.

Electrical signals in the brain

Our work on brain mechanisms responsible for misinterpreting signals featured in McGill Newsroom.

Word fridge magnets

How do bilinguals juggle the different languages they know? Read about our work in this feature from McGill Daily.

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