30.03.2021 Moritz Daum

The ontogeny of multilingual communication

 

Much of our daily life is dedicated to the verbal and nonverbal interaction with others. Adequate communication skills allow a better prediction of others’ behaviour, and as a result a smooth and continuous interaction. In the present talk I will present recent evidence from our research concerning whether and how social cognitive skills differ between monolingual and multilingual children, and how these differences depend on language combinations and cultural influences.

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