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Patterns of variation in language processing and learning

Lecturer(s)JunProf. Dr. Adriana Hanuliková
Contact personFRIAS Event Team
DateMonday, 20th June 2022, 15:00 - 16:00

FRIAS Kolloquium Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften (HUMSS)

JunProf. Dr. Adriana Hanuliková (Freiburg)

Patterns of variation in language processing and learning

We learn and use language in a social context that is shaped by diverse speech communities. We are surrounded by various regional varieties and, at the same time, many children grow up speaking several languages or varieties. In addition, social interactions frequently take place in the context of learner varieties and foreign accents. One line of my research deals with the linguistic, cognitive and social consequences of such diverse environments. In today‘s talk I will show how diverse speech input affects vowel production, adaptation to accented speech, and word learning from virtual peers in heterogenous input conditions.

Hybrid format: Onsite at FRIAS & online via Zoom

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