Clara Soberats

Born in Mallorca​, I graduated in Spanish Language and Literature at the University of Balearic Islands. I specialised in linguistics, and started to become interested in cognitive approaches​ to language. I subsequently started master studies in Human Cognition and Evolution at the same university, with a focus on ​Neuroscience. This allowed me to join The Complexity Research and Experimental Linguistics Lab​ (LICLE after the original name in Catalan​), within which I completed my master thesis on a case study concerned with the linguistic and behavioural phenotype of an uncommon genetic syndrome, 3p26, that had​ never been described in the​ literature from a cognitive-linguistic perspective. I moved to Barcelona in 2018 to start my PhD about semantic processing in Williams syndrome at Pompeu Fabra University under the supervision of Professor​ Wolfram Hinzen and Ruth de Diego Balaguer.



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