New paper in Glossa Psycholinguistics!

May 28, 2024

Elena Marx and Eva Wittenberg have published a new paper on how eventuality type predicts temporal order inferences in discourse comprehension. You can read the study here.

Welcoming New Research Assistants

March 4, 2024

We are pleased to welcome two new research assistants to our lab!  Hannah Grobauer and Tiziana Srdoc are starting to work in the Language Comprehension Lab this March.

Eva Wittenberg's Talk at the University of California Audio Podcasts

January 6, 2024

Eva Wittenberg's talk on human language was published by the University of California Audio Podcasts as part of the "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" series.

Natalia Jardon presenting at SIALNI3

October 6, 2023

Our post-doc researcher Natalia Jardon gave a talk at the 3rd International Symposium on Linguistic Aspects of Northwestern Iberia (SIALNI3) [III Simposio Internacional Aspectos Lingüísticos del Noroeste Ibérico] at the University of Salamanca (Spain).

SIALNI is an international symposium on Linguistic Aspects of the Iberian Northwest, with a focus on varieties of Spanish, Portuguese, Galician, and Asturian-Leonese. It brings together insights from traditional dialectology in combination with new approaches, both theoretical and experimental.

Incoming PhD students

July 11, 2023

We are pleased to announce that this Fall two students are starting their Ph.D. studies in the Language Comprehension Lab. 

Oliwia Iwan has already worked in our lab as a visiting student from the University of Vienna. Her research topic is temporal structures in Polish past-under-past relative clauses. Xueyi Yao (Icey) is generally interested in research on the interface of language comprehension and memory.

Congratulations to both of them on their admission and we wish them all the best for their PhD studies!