Call for Papers


Abstract submission is now closed.

We received more than 110 abstracts.

Notifications of acceptance will be sent in early March.




We encourage you to submit abstracts that address topics in bilingual child, adult, and heritage speaker grammatical processing, including but not limited to:

  • lexical, morphological and syntactic processing;
  • crosslinguistic influence in bilingual speech production and comprehension;
  • code-switching;
  • cognitive consequences of multilingualism;
  • language processing in attrition;
  • implications of multilingual language processing for teaching.


Formal requirements:

  • Abstract length: up to 300 words (excl. references)
  • You may add a second page with relevant graphs, tables, figures and references.
  • Language: English



  • Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) or Open Office (.odt) document
  • A4 page with 2.54 cm (1 inch) margins
  • 1.5 line spacing
  • Text: Times New Roman, 12-point font
  • Page 1: Title (in bold, 14-point Times New Roman), 4 blank lines, abstract
  • Page 2 (if applicable): Graphs, tables, figures and references.

You can download a Microsoft Word template here.


See you at the next ISBPAC in Nijmegen in 2020!

Check out some impressions from the conference and the winners of the student award.

You can download a pdf version of the booklet.


Alla Abrosimova
Henrike Comes-Koch
Ivana Cvekić
Claudia Flohr
Vera Heyer
Holger Hopp
Duygu Şafak
Erika Wolf


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