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Poznań Linguistic Meeting (PLM) 2023

Several members of our team recently participated in the Poznań Linguistic Meeting (PLM), an annual conference in the field of general linguistics. This year’s leitmotif was “Why are some theories more successful than others?”. At this prestigious event, we actively engaged in a thematic session “Exploring multilingual acquisition across domains, populations and contexts” convened by Magdalena Wrembel (AMU), Marit Westergaard (UiT) and Piotr Garbacz (UiO). Our team members delivered the following presentations:

1. Marta Velnic, Roumyana Slabakova & Anne Dahl: “Generic noun phrases in the third language”

2. Chloe Castle, Isabel Nadine Jensen, Natalia Mitrofanova & Marit Westergaard: “Investigating CLI in multilingual acquisition through an artificial language”

3. Krzysztof Hwaszcz, Anna Balas, Magdalena Wrembel & Kamil Kaźmierski: “The perception of Norwegian retroflexes by L1 Polish L3 Norwegian speakers: Discrimination and rated dissimilarity tasks”

4. Tristan Czarnecki-Verner, Magdalena Wrembel & Jarosław Weckwerth: “Cross-linguistic influence and sibilant production: An acoustic analysis of voiceless retroflex and non-retroflex sibilants produced by L1 Polish, L2 English, L3 Norwegian learners”

5. Hanna Kędzierska, Magdalena Wrembel, Karolina Rataj, Anna Balas, Chloe Castle & Zuzanna Cal: “The neurophysiology of phonemic contrasts perception by multilingual listeners in diverse learning settings”

6. Chloe Castle, Anna Skałba & Marit Westergaard: “Do dominance and recency play a role?”

7. Marta Velnic, Roumyana Slabakova & Anne Dahl: “Singular generic noun phrases in L3 Norwegian”

8. Anna Skałba, Sylwiusz Żychliński & Magdalena Wrembel: “Does cross-linguistic similarity play a role in reading? A self-paced reading study with Polish-English-Norwegian multilinguals”

9. Kamil Malarski, Chloe M Castle, Isabel Nadine Jensen, Helene Jensberg: “L3 dialect use as marker of social mobility: Case of Polish migrant communities living in Tromsø”

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