LAMiNATE (Language Acquisition, Multilingualism, and Teaching)
Organisational unit: Research group
LAMiNATE (Language Acquisition, Multilingualism, and Teaching) is a cross-disciplinary and interdepartmental research platform that brings together researchers at Lund University working on all areas of (multimodal) language acquisition, multilingualism, and language teaching/assessment. LAMiNATE aims to strengthen, facilitate, and initiate collaborations; to develop new innovative research strands; and to create a basis for engagement with policy makers and practitioners.
LAMiNATE researchers initiate and conduct research in the following areas: (Multimodal) Language acquisition and language processingfirst, second and multilingual, Developmental language disorders, Language learning, educational linguistics and language teaching, testing and assessment, The neurocognition of language acquisition
Recent research outputs
Effects of leg fatigue due to exhaustive stair climbing on gait biomechanics while walking up a 10˚ incline – implications for evacuation and work safetyAmitava Halder, Axel Nordin, Michael Miller, Kalev Kuklane, Jens Nirme & Chuansi Gao, 2021 Apr 6, In: Fire Safety Journal.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
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Anika Lloyd-Smith, Henrik Gyllstad & Tanja Kupisch, 2021 Mar 25.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Poster