My research interests lie at the intersection of linguistics, language sciences, and neuroscience. I am most interested in understanding the effects of speaking more than one language on cognition and the brain. In particular, I focus on the potential implications of bi-/multilingualism on neurocognition in the later years of life and on clinical neurodegeneration. I use a combination of behavioral and neuroimaging (EEG/MRI) methods in my work.
If you are local to Tromsø, speak Norwegian and English, and are over 18 years old, please consider taking part in the EEGCAP project I am currently primarily working on.