Florian Hintz

Biography

Florian Hintz is postdoctoral researcher at the Psychology of Language department. He coordinates the Language in Interaction-funded Individual Differences in Language Processing (IndividuLa) project.

Curriculum Vitae

After obtaining a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in Linguistics from Leipzig University, Florian conducted his doctoral studies at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics. Then, he was a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for Language Studies at Radboud University before returning to the Max Planck Institute.

Florian has broad interests in the mechanisms that underlie language production and comprehension. However, the focus of his recent work has been on

  • Individual differences in language and other cognitive abilites
  • Prediction during language comprehension
  • Speech comprehension in noisy environments
  • (Foreign) Language learning

 

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Superversion

Full-time scientific and technical staff
2019–       Xin Liu, PhD (postdoctoral researcher)
2019–       Merel Wolf, M.A. (PhD student, with Antje Meyer & Caroline Rowland)
2019–       Bob Kapteijns, M.A. (research assistant)
2017–       Olha Shkaravska, M.A. (programmer)
2017–       Vera van ‘t Hoff, M.A. (research assistant)
2017–       Marjolijn Dijkhuis, M.A. (research assistant)

Master’s-level
2019–       Mesian Tilmatine, B.A. (Radboud University)
2018–       Yung Han Khoe, B.A. (Radboud University/University of Tilburg)
2018–       Jiska Koemans, B.A. (Radboud University/University of Tilburg)
2018         Arman Haeri, B.A. (University of Pisa)
2017-18    Celine Pronk, B.A. (Utrecht University)
2016-17    Marloes Graauwmans, B.A. (Radboud University)

Bachelor’s-level
2018          Laura Rosenbaum (University of Osnabruck)
2017          Maria van de Groep (Radboud University)
2017          Hay Driessen (Radboud University)     
2014          Benedikt Langenbach (TU Dresden)     
2013          Elisabeth Lehmann (University of Bonn)

Teaching

2019
Guest lecturer on ‘Speech Comprehension and Production’ course, Research Master Language and Communication, Radboud University/University of Tilburg

Guest lecturer on ‘Trends in Cognitive Neuroscience’ course, Research Master Cognitive Neuroscience, Radboud University

Guest lecturer on ‘Psychology of Language and Cultural Cognition’ course, Master Linguistics, Radboud University

Guest lecturer on ‘Psycholinguistics’ course, Master Dutch Language, Radboud University

2018
Guest lecturer on ‘Trends in Cognitive Neuroscience’ course, Research Master Cognitive Neuroscience, Radboud University

Guest lecturer on ‘Speech Comprehension and Production’ course, Research Master Language and Communication, Radboud University/University of Tilburg

2016
Instructor on one-day workshop on setting up and analyzing eye-tracking experiments for language research, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

2015
Instructor on two-day workshop on analyzing eye-tracking data using R, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

2014
Guest lecturer on ‘Psychology of Language’ course, University of Münster/Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics.

Public outreach and press

October 2018

Public outreach at Max Planck Day in Munich, representing the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics.

October 2017

Interview (in Dutch) on our research on Individual Differences in Language Processing as part of Big Question 4 within the Language in Interaction consortium

October 2016

Public outreach: Presenting our work on Bilingual Word Recognition in Noise at the Drongo Festival in Utrecht (in Dutch)

November 2015

Interview on the outcome of my doctoral thesis research on Language Prediction in Different Situational Contexts (published in VOX Onafhangelijk magazine van de Radboud Universiteit [Independent magazine at Radboud University]. 16(3). 19 November 2015 (in Dutch).

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August 2012

Press coverage on our research on Developmental Dyslexia

May 2011

Press coverage on our online test, screening people with Developmental Phonagnosia, the inability to recognize people by their voice (in German): LISTEN or READ

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