Friederike Contier (née Schütte)

Friederike Contier (née Schütte)

PhD Student

Cognitive Neuroscience Lab, University of Potsdam

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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  • Neurocognition of language & meaning
  • Sentence comprehension
  • Event-related potentials
  • Verbal working memory
  • (Early) word learning
  • 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