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C03: Effekte von Variabilität im Input auf Wortlernen und Worterkennen bei Kleinkindern

Das Projekt untersucht Effekte von Variabilität im Input auf die Etablierung phonologisch-lexikalischer Repräsentationen im Spracherwerb. In Experimenten mit 14 Monate alten Kindern wird das Lernen von Wörtern unter verschiedenen Variabilitätsbedingungen gestestet. Im Fokus steht die Hypothese, dass nur spezifische Formen von Variabiliät das Erkennen phonologischer relevanter akustischer Dimensionen im Signal erleichtern. Diese Hypothese soll mit Stimuli untersucht werden, die a) in natürlicher Sprache beobachtete Relationen von Kovariabilität verschiedener phonetischer Dimensionten repräsentieren/nicht repräsentieren und die b) phonetisch informative variable Kontexte aufweisen/nicht aufweisen. Gemessen werden Veränderungen der Pupillengröße und Blickbewegungen während der Wortverarbeitung.

Mitarbeiter

Prof. Dr. Barbara Höhle

PI C03

 

Campus Golm
Department Linguistics
House 14, Room 2.28
Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 24-25
14476 Potsdam

Prof. Dr. Adamantios Gafos

PI C03

 

Campus Golm
Department Linguistics
House 14, Room 3.15/3.16
Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 24-25
14476 Potsdam

Dr. Natalie Boll-Avetisyan

 

Campus Golm
Department Linguistics
House 14, Room 1.40
Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 24-25
14476 Potsdam

Marc Hullebus

 

Campus Golm
Department Linguistics
House 14, Room 3.28
Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 24-25
14476 Potsdam

Publikationen

AutorTitelWoWannLink
Bhatara, A. ; Boll-Avetisyan, N. ; Höhle, B. & Nazzi, T.Early sensitivity and acquisition of prosodic patterns at the lexical level.Esteve-Gibert, N., and Prieto, P. (Eds.): The Development of Prosody in First Language Acquisition. John Benjamins, Trends in Language Acquisition Research, Vol. 23. 2018
Boll-Avetisyan, N.The role of phonological structure in speech segmentation by infants and adults: a review and methodological issues.
Empirical Approaches to the Phonological Structure of Words. Eds: Christiane Ulbrich,Alexander Werth, & Richard Wiese. Berlin/Boston: Mouton de Gruyter, Linguistische Arbeiten Series, Vol. 567. 2018
Boll-Avetisyan, N.
We got the beat: The role of innate biases and input factors in prosody acquisition.
Kurz-AG on “Variable Perception and Production Correlates for Word Stress in First Language Acquisition and Child Second Language Learning” at the DGfS Conference,  Stuttgart, Germany.2018
Boll-Avetisyan, N.
Early infancy predictors of later language performance
Invited speaker at Exploratory Workshop on Early Language Assessment, Neuchâtel, Switzerland.2017
Boll-Avetisyan, N.
Prosody from a cross-domain perspective: How language speaks to music (and vice versa).
AG at the 41st Annual Meeting of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenschaft (DGfS), Bremen, Germany.2019
Boll-Avetisyan, N.
Lexical stress discrimination by simultaneous and late bilinguals
Poster presented for the International Symposium on Bilingualism and Cognition 2018 to be held at Birla Institute of Technology & Science Pilani – KK Birla Campus Goa, India.2018
Boll-Avetisyan, N. & Fritzsche, T.Segmentation of vowel-initial words from continuous speech in infancy.
Poster presented on XXI ICIS Biennial Congress, Philadelphia, USA.2018
Boll-Avetisyan, N. ; Fritzsche, T. & Jäkel, C.Recognition of vowel-initial words in continuous speech at 11 months: Evidence from German.
Lecture on 2nd Lancaster Conference on Infant and Early Child Development, Lancaster, Great Britain.2017
Boll-Avetisyan, N. ; Nixon, J. ; Lentz, T. ; Liu, L. ; van Ommen, S. ; Coltekin, C. & van Rij, J.Neural response development during distributional learning.
Proceedings of Interspeech 2018, Iderabad, India.2018
Boll-Avetisyan, N. ; van Ommen, S. ; Nazzi, T. & Höhle, B.Categorical perception of lexical stress in French L2 learners of German: Effects of musical acuity.
Lecture on BUCLD 43.2018
Boll-Avetisyan, N. ; van Ommen, S. ; Nazzi, T. & Höhle, B.Stress “deafness” can be overcome: Evidence from Second language learners.
Lecture on EuroSLA 28, Münster, Germany.2018
Boll-Avetisyan, N. ; van Ommen, S. ; Nazzi, T. & Höhle, B.Categorical perception of lexical stress by simultaneous and late bilinguals.
Lecture on LabPhon 16, Lisbon, Portugal.2018
Dimitriadis, A. ; Boll-Avetisyan, N. & Fritzsche, T.Measuring the learnability of morphological paradigms: An experimental study.
Lecture on Conference on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Linguistic Theory (CIALT-1),  University of Crete, Rethymno, Greece.2017
Dimitriadis, A. ; Boll-Avetisyan, N. & Fritzsche, T.An experimental study of the learnability advantage of agglutinative over fusional morphology.
Lecture on Societas Linguistica Europaea, Zurich, Switzerland.2017
Gilein, A. ; Marimon, M. ; Boll-Avetisyan, N. & Höhle, B.Electrophysiological evidence for categorical perception of word stress.
Poster presented on MMN2018: 8th Mismatch Negativity Conference, Helsinki, Finland.2018
Nixon, J. ; Boll-Avetisyan, N. ; Lentz, T.O. ; van Ommen, S. ; Keij, B. ; Çöltekin, Ç. ; Liu, L. & van Rij, J.Short-term exposure enhances perception of both between- and within-category acoustic information.
Proceedings of the Speech Prosody 9 conference, Poznań, Poland.2018
Fritzsche, T. ;  Gafos, A. & Höhle, B.Is any type of input variability beneficial for mapping novel words to objects in 14-month-old infants?
Talk at the 3rd Lancaster Conference on Infant and Child Development (LCICD), Lancaster, UK2018
Fritzsche, T. ; Gafos, A. & Höhle, B.The Beneficial Role of Variability for Acquiring Novel Words: A Habituation Study with 14-Month-Old German-Learning Children.
Poster at the 16th Conference on Laboratory Phonology (LabPhon), Lisboa, Portugal.2018
Höhle, B.Phonological information in language development and language processing: How to find phonological stability in a sea of sound.Université Paris Descartes, Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception.2017
Höhle, B. ; Fritzsche, T. & Gafos, A.Input variability in learning novel object-label pairs: How specific are beneficial effects?.Poster at the XXIst International Conference on Infant Studies (ICIS), Philadelphia, USA.2018