I am curious how language processing is intertwined with other aspects of human cognition. This question goes in both directions: How do other phenomena, like verbal working memory, inherently rely on linguistic representations? And at the same time: How do language comprehension and production exploit other cognitive processes, such as attention and executive control?
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M.A in Applied Linguistics - Acquisition, Processing, & Use of Language, 2018
University of Erfurt, Germany
B.A. in Cultural Studies and Sciences, 2015
European University Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany
Erasmus Semester at the Faculty of Arts and Communication, 2013
Malmö Högskola, Malmö, Sweden
EEG (ERPs), behavioral testing, eye-tracking/pupillometry, language screenings
PsychToolBox, E-Prime, Experiment Builder
IBM SPSS Statistics, JASP
R (experimental data pre-processing & analyses, using e.g., mixed regression models), Matlab (stimulus presentation & data processing for eye-tracking and EEG experiments)
English (fluent), German (native), Spanish (fair), Swedish (beginner), German Sign Language (beginner)
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