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Imme was awarded the prize for her dissertation 'Detecting patterns: Relating statistical learning to language proficiency in children with and without developmental language disorder'.

Imme was a PhD candidate at the ACLC and defended her dissertation on 11 June 2020. Her supervisors were Judith Rispens, Paul Boersma and Frank Wijnen (UU).

The prize winner was announced during the online edition of the annual Grote Taaldag, which took place on 30 January. The jury report can be found here.

Anéla/AVT Dissertation Award
Every year an independent jury selects the best linguistic dissertation that has been defended at a Dutch university in the past year for the General Association for Linguistics, the Anéla and the National Research School for Linguistics. The prize winner receives a cash prize, and a summary of the award-winning dissertation is published in the Dutch Linguistics magazine.