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Winter semester 2012-2013

Intelligent Language Interfaces (seminar)

Statistics in Linguistics with R (a block course in Feb 2013)

Psycholinguistics at Prep Course for new M.Sc students



Summer semester 2012

Experimental Methods in Psycholinguistic Research, M.Sc



Winter semester 2011-2012

Semantic Processes: ERPs meet Eye-Tracking, M.Sc (Project seminar)

Statistics in Linguistics (with R), M.Sc

Psycholinguistics at Prep Course for new M.Sc students



Summer semester 2011

Experimental Methods in Psycholinguistic Research, M.Sc



Winter semester 2010-2011

Statistics in Linguistics (with R), M.Sc

Psycholinguistics at Prep Course for new M.Sc students



Summer semester 2010

Experimental Methods in Psycholinguistic Research, M.Sc



Winter semester 2009-2010

Seminar: Cognitive Models of Language Acquisition, M.Sc

Preparatory Course for New Master Students
Organised together with Prof. Dr. Crocker.



Summer semester 2009

Seminar: Attention in Language Comprehension, M.Sc/B.Sc

In this seminar we ask what people pay attention to when they comprehend language. The course reading consists of papers investigating which features of language are attended to in comprehension and which left unattended resulting in e.g., semantic underspesification and Moses illusion. We will also study the role of information structure both on sentence and discourse levels and the role of visual attention to our sensory environment during situated language comprehension.


Statistics in Linguistics (with R), M.Sc

The course is meant for students with little previous experience on statistics. The course provides an introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics in experimental linguistics and includes the following topics: Basic concepts in experimental research, the nature of different types of quantitative data, basic statistical techniques applicable to different types of data, presentation and interpretation of results.