Dikmans, M

Mirte Dikmans is a PhD candidate at TaalLab/EducationLab, which is a part of ROA. She obtained a master’s degree in Linguistics at the Radboud University in Nijmegen, with a keen interest in Psycholinguistics. She focuses her research on uncovering effective language learning methods, particularly for children with language delays. Her goal is to contribute to the research and development of evidence-based and efficient learning practices, thereby improving the quality of and equity in language education.

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Chaidron, K. S., Dikmans, M. E., Sonnaert, J., & Verkinder, E. (2021). Route 2, Nederlands tweede graad. Diabe BV.
doi: D/2021/14.734/01

Dikmans, M. E., van den Broek, G. S. E., & Klatter-Folmer, J. (2020). Effects of repeated retrieval on keyword mediator use: shifting to direct retrieval predicts better learning outcomes. Memory, 28(7), 908-917.
doi: 10.1080/09658211.2020.1797094

Dikmans, M. E., van den Broek, G. S. E. (2021). Enrique Iglesias als ezelsbruggetje. Didactief, 51(4), 22-23.

Ernestus, M., Dikmans, M. E., & Giezenaar, G. (2017). Advanced second language learners experience difficulties processing reduced word pronunciation variants. Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics, 6(1), 1-20.
doi: 10.1075/dujal.6.1.01ern

Ernestus, M., Giezenaar, G., & Dikmans, M. (2016). Ikfstajezotuuknie: Half uitgesproken woorden in alledaagse gesprekken. Les, 199, 7-9.