News & Upcoming Events

Keynote talk to be given at the conference Variation in Language Acquisition 4 (ViLA 4)

The conference will take place in Rorschach, Switzerland in 2020.  The call is now open for abstract submissions.

Summer Undergraduate Internship 2019 in CAN

The Center for Applied Neuroscience (CAN) is excited to announce its Summer Internship Program for summer 2019. We are seeking talented and highly motivated undergraduate students from Cyprus or abroad, who are interested in gaining research experience on multidisciplinary projects.
Interns will have the opportunity to curry out research at CAN’s facilities under the supervision of internationally recognized academics and researchers. Also, the students will have the opportunity to be introduced to use the latest methods, techniques and our lab equipment.
Summer interns will have the option to either:
(1) Select one project of our running projects or
(2) Suggest a project of interest*

*students who propose their own suggested project must note that this will be considered, provided that the center has the capacity in terms of supervision and facilities

Students who are accepted to the program will be assigned to one project.
The CAN’s Internships are unpaid internships.

For more information click here.

Article just accepted for publication in Bilingualism: Language and Cognition. Hope it will be a good read!

Antoniou, K., Veenstra, A., Kissine, M., & Katsos, N. (accepted). How does childhood bilingualism and bi-dialectalism affect the interpretation and processing of pragmatic meanings? Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.

Facebook and twitter account

You can now like our Facebook page or follow us on twitter to get regular updates regarding on our project and more:

Neurobid: Bilingualism and Bi-dialectalism


Invited talk to be given at the Cyprus Acquisition Team weekly meetings, Department of English Studies, University of Cyprus

Antoniou, K. (2018). Pragmatic and executive control skills of bilingual and bi-dialectal children from different psycholinguistic contexts. Invited talk to be given at the Cyprus Acquisition Team weekly meetings, University of Cyprus.