Academic Editor

Vesna Stojanovik


MA in Linguistics and English Language Teaching, University of Leeds, UK (awarded 1998)
PhD in Human Communication Sciences, University of Sheffield, UK (Awarded in 2003)

Vesna Stojanovik, through her research into clinical populations, such as children with Williams syndrome, those with Down syndrome, children with developmental language disorders including Specific Language Impairment, has been investigating typical language acquisition, in particular the role of prosody and the role of non-verbal cognitive factors for language acquisition.

Cognitive Disorders Neuroscience Pediatrics

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Associate Professor

Univeristy of Reading, Reading, UK
Department of Clinical Language Sciences
Research: Linguistic abilities in Williams Syndrome and in Down's syndrome; Specific Language Impairment; dyslexia; theoretical debates on issues of language acquisition and language evolution. Teaching: Foundations of Grammar, Grammar and Meaning, Research Methods and Transferable Skills

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