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Dr Vesna Stojanovik – University of Reading

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Dr Vesna Stojanovik

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Professor Vesna Stojanovik
Job Title:
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Responsibilities

Associate Professor of Clinical Linguistics, Director for Teaching and Learning for Clinical Programmes

Teaching:

PLMFG (Foundations of Grammar), PLMLAC Linguistic Assessment Clinic, PL3CLC Clinical Assessments of Language in Children, PL3(M)LDG Language in Genetic Disorders

Qualifications:

BA in English Language and Literature with French Language and Literature (University Ss Cyril and Methodiu), MA in Linguistics and English Language Teaching (University of Leeds), PhD in Human Communication Science (University of Sheffield)

Areas of Interest

Language and communication development in individuals with genetic disorders, such as Down syndrome and Williams syndrome; early intervention for infants with Down syndrome; artificial grammar learning

Research Specialism:

The discovery that individuals with genetic disorders, such as William syndrome, have different processing strategies (so although they may have achieved the same score on a task just as typical individuals, they achieve this using a different strategy); the fact that early intervention may improve the longer term language outcomes of infants with Down syndrome

 

Research groups / Centres

Language and Cognition; Child Development Group; Lifespan Development

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Teaching:
Foundations of Grammar, Grammar and Meaning, Research Methods and Transferable Skills

Qualifications:
BA, English Languagand Literature with French Language and Literature, Skopje; MA, Linguistics and English Language Teaching, Leeds; PhD, Clinical Linguistics, Sheffield

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