Special issue of Languages on Native Language Perception in the context of multilingualism and language learning

Special issue on Native Language Perception in the context of multilingualism and language learning, open access journal Languages.
The guest editors are Esther de Leeuw, Olga Dmitrieva, Chiara Celata & Natalia Kartushina
The goal of this peer-reviewed special issue is to bring together the most current state-of-the-art work that explores the effects of additional languages on native language perception using a variety of methodologies and in a variety of multilingual populations. More information on this special issue can be found here.
The tentative submission dates are as follows:
– Abstract submission deadline: September 15, 2021 (400–600 words including bibliography). Please send your abstracts to odmitrie@purdue.edu and cc to languages@mdpi.com.
– Notification of abstract acceptance: November 15, 2021
– Full manuscript submission deadline: May 15, 2022
Languages (ISSN 2226-471X) is an international, open access scholarly journal whose central concern is the promotion of understanding of the diverse aspects of the world’s languages along three dimensions: languages in space (including geopolitical, sociological, psychological, neurobiological and educational perspectives); languages in time (including evolutionary, real-time processing, acquisitional and life-span developmental perspectives); and languages in interaction (including perspectives from research on translation, language mixing, cross-language and cross-modal influences and cross-cultural communication).