Bilingualism Matters at UGR

Bilingualism Matters opened in Granada, Spain, on 23rd February 2018. The branch is hosted by the University of Granada.

Branch aims

Bilingualism Matters at Granada aims to raise awareness about the social, cognitive and linguistic benefits of bilingualism and second language learning, and to share our expertise (in an accessible format) with schools, policy-makers and the local community. We want to help people who are interested in bilingualism and language learning, not only by providing info and answering their questions, but also by inviting them to participate in our research.

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The Granada Team

María Teresa Bajo Molina

Branch Leader, Professor

Memory & Language Group

Research interest: Inhibition in Memory control and in language selection. Cognitive processes in language translation an interpretation. Individual difference in working memory.

María Teresa Bajo Molina

María Teresa Bajo Molina

Branch Leader, Professor