George Pontikas

George Pontikas
University of Reading · School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences

PhD
Teaching & Exams Officer Research - sentence processing / bilingualism / psycholinguistics / eye-tracking

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Additional affiliations
May 2021 - present
University of Reading
Position
  • Lecturer
October 2015 - April 2021
University of Reading
Position
  • Fellow
February 2014 - September 2015
University of Reading
Position
  • Fellow

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Publications (4)
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An emergent debate surrounds the nature of language processing in bilingual children as an extension of broader questions about their morphosyntactic development in comparison to monolinguals, with the picture so far being nuanced. This paper adds to this debate by investigating the processing of morphosyntactically complex which–questions (e.g., W...
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The last decade has seen an increase in the number of published studies in bilingual children with Specific Language Impairment (SLI) but the latter have focused mainly on language production. A substantially smaller body of research on comprehension primarily addresses the question whether children with SLI show a similar profile to bilingual typi...

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I am currently working on bilingual children with Specific Language Impairment and investigating language production and comprehension. I aim to compare bilingual children with SLI to monolingual children with the same language impairment and bilingual children with SLI to bilingual children with typical language impairment.