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            Website of R. Harald Baayen

          Professor of Quantitative Linguistics

 

 

Former PhD Students:


  • Kaidi Lõo (Spring 2018)

    Words and Paradigms in the Mental Lexicon A Multi-Methodological Investigation of the Processing of Estonian Noun Inflection, University of Alberta, Canada.
    First supervisor: J. Jarvikivi, Second supervisor: R. H. Baayen.

    Affiliation: Research Fellow, Institute of Estonian and General Linguistics, University of Tartu, ab 2018

  • June Sun (Fall 2016)

    Lexical Processing in Simplified Chinese: An Investigation Using a New Large-Scale Lexical Database, University of Tübingen, Germany.
    First supervisor: R. H. Baayen, Second supervisor: A. Mittag.

    Affiliation: Postdoktorandin, Seminar für Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Tübingen, ab 2016.

  • Kristina Geeraert (Spring 2016)

    Climbing on the bandwagon of idiomatic variation: A multi-methodological approach, University of Alberta, Canada.
    First supervisor: J. Newman, Second supervisor: R. H. Baayen.

    Affiliation: UniForum Program Lead, UniForum, University of Alberta, ab 2018 .

  • Peter Hendrix (Fall 2015)

    Experimental Explorations of a Discrimination Learning Approach to Language Processing, University of Tübingen, Germany.
    First supervisor: R. H. Baayen, Second supervisor: W. D. Meurers.

    Affiliation: Postdoktorand, Seminar für Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Tübingen, ab 2016.

  • Guangting Wang (Fall 2014)

    Chinese Compound Processing in Sentences with Rapid Serial Visual Presentation, University of Alberta, Canada.
    First supervisor: R. H. Baayen, Second supervisor: A. Arppe.

    Affiliation: Assistant Professor, Department of Tourism, Xi'an International Studies University.

  • Hien Pham (Fall 2014)

    Visual processing of Vietnamese compound words: A multivariate analysis of using corpus linguistic and psycholinguistic paradigms, University of Alberta, Canada.
    First supervisor: R. H. Baayen, Second supervisor: B. V. Tucker.

    Affiliation: Director, Center for Language Teaching and Rehabilitation, Institute of Linguistics Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, ab 2018.

  • Jill Dilts (Fall 2013)

    Modelling reduction in a corpus of spoken English, University of Alberta, Canada.
    First supervisor: B. V. Tucker, Second supervisor: R. H. Baayen.

    Affiliation: Research Analyst, Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities, ab 2018.

  • Koji Miwa (Fall 2013)

    Emergence of wordlikeness in the mental lexicon: Language, population, and task effects in visual word recognition, University of Alberta, Canada.
    First supervisor: T. Nearey, Second supervisor: R. H. Baayen, P. Bolger und G. Libben.

    Affiliation: Associate Professor, Graduate School of Humanities, Nagoya University, ab 2018.

  • Karen Keune (Fall 2012)

    Explaining register and sociolinguistic variation in the lexicon: Corpus studies on Dutch, University of Nijmegen, Netherlands.
    First supervisor: R. van Hout, Zweitgutachter: R. H. Baayen.

    Affiliation: Cito, Research Scientist at the Psychometric Research Centre, ab 2011

  • Martijn Wieling (Summer 2012)

    A Quantitative Approach to Social and Geographical Dialect Variation, University of Groningen, Netherlands.
    First supervisor: J. Nerbonne, Second supervisor: R. H. Baayen.

    Affiliation: Professor by special appointment (0.2 fte) of Low Saxon / Groningen Language and Culture, Centrum Groninger Taal en Cultuur, ab 2018

  • Laura Teddiman (Spring 2012)

    An Experimental Investigation of Suffix Ordering in English, University of Alberta, Canada.
    First supervisor: R. H. Baayen, Second supervisor: P. Bolger.

    Affiliation: Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Applied Linguistics, Brock University, ab 2018.

  • Georgie Columbus (Spring 2012)

    Multiword units in sentence reading and unit presentation using ERP and eye movement data, University of Alberta, Canada.
    First supervisor: R. H. Baayen, Second supervisor: P. Bolger.

    Affiliation: Research Coordinator, Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation, University of Alberta, ab 2018.

  • Karin Nault (Spring 2010)

    Morphological therapy protocol, University of Alberta, Canada.
    First supervisor: R. H. Baayen, Second supervisor: G. Libben.

    Affiliation: Owner / Speech Language Pathologist, Speech Therapy Plus - Orthophonie Plus, ab 2017.

  • Wieke Tabak (Fall 2010)

    Semantics and (Ir)regular Inflection in Morphological Processing, University of Nijmegen, Netherlands.
    First supervisor: R. H. Baayen, Second supervisor: R. Schreuder.

    Affiliation: Linguist / psychologist, Leidsche Rijn, Utrecht, Niederlande, ab 2018.

  • Laura Winther Balling (Summer 2008)

    Morphological Effects in Danish Auditory Word Recognition, University of Aarhus, Denmark.
    First supervisor: O.-S. Bohn, Second supervisor: S. Vikner und R. H. Baayen.

    Affiliation: Audiological Affairs Specialist at Widex, Copenhagen Area, Capital Region, Denmark, ab 2018.

  • Victor Kuperman (Fall 2008)

    Lexical processing of morphologically complex words: an information-theoretical perspective, University of Nijmegen, Netherlands.
    First supervisor: R. H. Baayen, Second supervisor: R. Schreuder und M. Ernestus.

    Affiliation: Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics and Languages, McMaster University, ab 2015.

  • Mark Pluymaekers (Spring 2007)

    Frequency effects in the acoustic realization of morphologically complex words, University of Nijmegen, Netherlands.
    First supervisor: R. H. Baayen, Second supervisor: M. Ernestus und R. Schreuder.

    Affiliation: Professor, Research Centre for International Relationship Management, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, ab 2014.

  • Heidrun Bien (Fall 2007)

    On the production of morphologically complex words with special attention to effects of frequency, University of Nijmegen, Netherlands.
    First supervisor: W. J. M. Levelt, Second supervisor: R. H. Baayen.

    Affiliation: Senior Lecturer, Centre for Psychiatry, University of London, ab 2013.

  • Rachèl Kemps (Summer 2004)

    Morphology in auditory lexical processing: sensitivity to fine phonetic detail and insensitivity to suffix reduction, University of Nijmegen, Netherlands.
    First supervisor: R. H. Baayen, Second supervisor: R. Schreuder und M. Ernestus.

    Affiliation: Neuropsychologist / GZ-psychologist, Pediatric Oncology, Princess Máxima Center, ab 2020.

  • Fermin Moscoso del Prado Martin (Fall 2003)

    Paradigmatic structures in morphological processing, University of Nijmegen, Netherlands.
    First supervisor: R. H. Baayen, Zweitgutachter: R. Schreuder.

    Affiliation: Lead Scientist, Lingvist Technologies, ab 2020.

  • Nivja de Jong (Summer 2002)

    Morphological families in the mental lexicon, University of Nijmegen, Netherlands.
    First supervisor: R. H. Baayen, Second supervisor: R. Schreuder.

    Affiliation: Associate Professor, Second Language Acquisition and Pedagogy, University of Leiden, ab 2017.

  • Andrea Krott (Fall 2001)

    Analogy in morphology: the selection of linking elements in Dutch compounds, University of Nijmegen, Netherlands.
    First supervisor: R. H. Baayen, Second supervisor: R. Schreuder.

    Affiliation: Senior Lecturer, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, ab 2002.

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