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2016 students

miguel borges

Miguel Borges

Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

"The impact of acquisition of literacy on neural networks of language and vision: individual differences in visual processing and neural representation of letter and note reading"

dick van den broek

Dick van den Broek

Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

 "Computational role of synaptic plasticity in spiking neural networks for language processing"

paolo devanna

Paolo Devanna

Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

"Genome wide identification of functional non-coding variants that contribute to language related neurological disorders" 

chantal van dijk

Chantal van Dijk

Centre for Language Studies

"Cross-linguistic influence during real-time language processing in bilingual children"

saoradh favier

Saoradh Favier

Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

"Influence of literacy on spoken language processing"

emily felker

Emily Felker

Centre for Language Studies

"Improving L2 Speech Perception: How Non-Native Listeners Learn from Their Mistakes"

arushi garg

Arushi Garg

Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour

"Lexical interface in the brain using fMRI, TMS and computational modeling"

margot gerritse

Margot Gerritse

IMPRS Fellowship

"Common genetic variation affecting reading and language skills: A large-scale analysis"

john huisman

John Huisman

Centre for Language Studies

"Linguistic variation and mutual intelligibility: the role of words and their meaning"

dilay karadoeller

Dilay Karadöller

Centre for Language Studies

"Effect of linguistic experience and iconicity on visual attention and memory: Evidence from native and non-native signing children and adults"

greta kaufeld

Greta Kaufeld

Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

"Linking mechanisms and levels of representation in comprehension and production of spoken language"

ella lattenkamp

Ella Lattenkamp

Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

"Vocal production learning in bats and its genetic basis"

alessandro lopopolo

Alessandro Lopopolo

Centre for Language Studies

"Encoding and decoding the neural signatures of natural language comprehension"

marloes mak

Marloes Mak

Centre for Language Studies

"Effects of sensori-motor and emotional simulation on aesthetic appriciation of literary narratives"

francie manhardt

Francie Manhardt

Centre for Language Studies

 "Relations between spatial language and cognition in bimodal bilinguals"

anne mickan

Anne Mickan

IMPRS Fellowship

"What was that Spanish word again? - The neuro-cognitive mechanisms underlying foreign language attrition"

 

julia misersky

 Julia Misersky

Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

"From "language and thought" to experience and attention: on the role of linguistic experience in event cognition"

limor raviv

Limor Raviv

Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

"The effects of social structure on linguistic structure"

theresa redl

Theresa Redl

IMPRS Fellowship

"De mens en zijn taal: Investigating masculine generics across stereotype contexts"

joe rodd

Joe Rodd

Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

"How to slow down and speed up: the regulation of speech rate"

ksenija slivac

Ksenija Slivac

Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

"Neural mechanisms of language-perception interaction"

aurora troncoso ruiz

Aurora Troncoso Ruiz

Centre for Language Studies

"How disruptions in communication help enhance the acquisition of L2 sounds in production"

ellen verhoef

Ellen Verhoef

Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

"Why do we change how we speak?"

monica wagner

Monica Wagner

Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour

"Individual differences in foreign accent"

xiaoru yu

Xiaoru Yu

Centre for Language Studies

"New Perspective on Second Language Development: A Study of the Impact of Language Learning Environment on L2 Automaticity"

eirini zormpa

Eirini Zormpa

Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

"Using contrastive focus and attention to assess conceptual alignment in dialogue"

Last checked 2017-08-30 by Kevin Lam
International Max Planck Research School for Language Sciences

 

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IMPRS for Language Sciences Coordinator

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