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Workshop on Bilingualism and Executive Function: An Interdisciplinary Approach
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The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, with the generous support of the National Science Foundation, is pleased to invite you to a two-day workshop on bilingualism and executive function

5/18/2015 to 5/19/2015
When: 5/18/2015
Where: CUNY Graduate Center
New York, New York 
United States

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Workshop on Bilingualism and Executive Function: An Interdisciplinary Approach

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The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, with the generous support of the National Science Foundation, is pleased to invite you to a two-day workshop on bilingualism and executive function, to be held on

18-19 May 2015 (Monday and Tuesday) at the CUNY Graduate Center in New York. The Workshop will immediately precede the International Symposium on Bilingualism-10 at Rutgers University (ISB-10, 20-24 May 2015).

The Workshop is open to everybody, not just those researchers who are interested in presenting a poster.
Attendance is free thanks to the generous support from the National Science Foundation.

The workshop has an interdisciplinary focus as it will bring together experts from different disciplines broadly divided into two areas, bilingualism and executive function. The disciplines include cognitive psychology, linguistics, aging, and neuropsychology. Each of the 5 panels will feature two invited speakers, who are leading experts, and a discussant. Together the participants will discuss mechanisms and approaches that will connect bilingualism and executive function. To facilitate and inspire the interdisciplinary exchange of ideas among researchers and students from different backgrounds, and to promote collaborative research projects in the future, we invite researchers in all areas of cognitive science and related fields to submit abstracts for a poster session (18 May) on bilingualism and executive function.

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