Aikaterini Pantoula

Published: 22 September 2015

Processing of complex structures in bilingual children

University of Edinburgh

Processing of complex structures in bilingual children

Academic History:

2014 - PhD in Linguistics & English Language, University of Edinburgh

2009 - 2011 MA in Linguistics, Utrecht University

2005 - 2008 BA in Mediterranean Studies, University of Aegean

2001 - 2005 BA in English, The American College of Greece


Dr Vicky Chondrogianni

Professor Antonella Sorace

Research Interests:

  • First & Second Language Acquisition
  • Bilingualism
  • Language Pathology

Previous Research Interests:

  • THALES – “Levels of impairment in Greek Aphasia: Relationship with processing deficits, brain region, & therapeutic implications” (01/2012-09/2015), Research Assistant


2009-2011 Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation Fellow Utrecht Excellence Scholarship, Utrecht University

2005-2006 State Scholarships Foundation, Excellence Scholarship

2002-2005 The American College of Greece Dean’s List


2009 University of the Aegean, First of Graduating Class

2005 AHEPA Excellence Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement & Community Service

The American College of Greece English Society, Society of the Year


Pantoula, K. “Parsing wh-questions: evidence from L1-Greek adults.” The University of Edinburgh Linguistics & English Language Postgraduate Conference 2015 (oral presentation). June 3-5, 2015, The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK.

Pantoula, A. “Acquiring root wh-questions in Greek.” 3rd Amsterdam Workshop οn Greek Linguistics (oral presentation). May 10, 2010, University of Amsterdam & Meertens Institute - KNAW, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Contact Details:

Address: University of Edinburgh, School of Philosophy, Psychology & Language Sciences, Dugald Stewart Building, 3 Charles Street, Edinburgh EH8 9AD


First published: 22 September 2015