Panagiotis Kenanidis, M. Sc.
I am a doctoral researcher at the Chair of Language and Cognition of the Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, where I am part of a research team investigating individual differences in first language and second/foreign language acquisition and attainment.
I am broadly interested in the role that individual and cross-linguistic variation play in the first language acquisition process. In particular, my PhD project aims to examine the early grammatical development in monolingual Spanish- and Greek-speaking children (between 3 and 8 years of age), and its relationship with a number of cognitive (memory, learning) and linguistic (morphological complexity, phonological properties, vocabulary) factors. This will allow investigating the relative effect of each factor on children’s language abilities at different ages.
MSc Cognition in Science and Society
Kenanidis, P., Chondrogianni, V., Legendre, G., & Culbertson, J. (2020). Cue reliability, salience and early comprehension of agreement: Evidence from Greek. Journal of Child Language, 1-19. doi:10.1017/S0305000920000628