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

2020–          Doctoral candidate, Max Planck School of Cognition, Leipzig, Germany
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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