Jennifer Sander

Jennifer Sander

Doctoral Candidate (Student Representative)
Research interests: • language acquisition and language processing • visual attention • theory of mind • neuroimaging and eyetracking

 

Academic education

since 2020    Doctoral candidate, Max Planck School of Cognition, Leipzig, Germany
                        Doctoral research performed at Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, the Netherlands
                        Supervisor: Caroline Rowland

2017–2020   Master of Science in Linguistics, University of Potsdam

2017               Erasmus, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK

2014–2017   Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Sciences (Major: German Literature and Linguistics, Minor: Social Sciences), Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg

 

Poster presentations and talks

Sander, J., Höhle, B., & Noiray, A. (2019). From the eye to the mouth: does a developmental shift in attention co-emerge with the emergence of babbling? Poster presented at PAPE (Phonetics and Phonology in Europe 2019), Lecce, Italy, June 17–19.

Sander, J., Höhle, B., Altvater-Mackensen, N., & Noiray, A. (2019). Gaze dynamics during infants’ vocal development. Poster presented at WILD (Workshop on Infant Language Development 2019), Potsdam, June 13–15.

Solt, S., & Sander, J. (2018). Microvariation in the polarity sensitivity of Germanic quantity words. Conference Talk given at 33rd Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop, Göttingen, September 15–16.

 

 

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