Luca Cilibrasi, PhD

Luca Cilibrasi is a lecturer in Psychology at the Anglo-American University and a lecturer in Psycholinguistics at Charles University. 

His research focuses on child development, with particular attention to the development of language. He has published in a number of international journals, covering topics such as bilingualism, language education and policy, language disorders and dyslexia. Before his appointment in Prague, he completed a PhD at Reading University and a post-doc at the University of Cambridge. 


Child development, bilingualism, language disorders, English language teaching. 


  • Cilibrasi, L., Stojanovik, V., Riddell, P., & Saddy, D. (2019). Sensitivity to inflectional morphemes in the absence of meaning: evidence from a novel task. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 48(3), 747-767.
  • Cilibrasi, L., & Tsimpli, I. (2020). Sensitivity to morphophonological cues in monolingual and bilingual children: Evidence from a nonword task. An Anthology of Bilingual Child Phonology, 140-62.
  • Cilibrasi, L., Adani, F., Pérez, A. I., Schmidt, E., Wigdorowitz, M., & Tsimpli, I. M. (2022). The role of number mismatch and exposure in the comprehension of relative clauses in bilingual children. Applied Psycholinguistics, 1-20.
  • Cilibrasi, L., Stojanovik, V., Loucas, T., & Riddell, P. (2018). The role of noninitial clusters in the Children’s Test of Nonword Repetition: Evidence from children with language impairment and typically developing children. Dyslexia, 24(4), 322-335.
  • Cilibrasi, L., & Tsimpli, I. (2020). Categorical and Dimensional Diagnoses of Dyslexia: Are They Compatible?. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 2171.