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Neurolinguistics: Mariya Kharaman

Mariya Kharaman
Department of Linguistics 
University Konstanz 
D-186 
78457 Konstanz 
Germany

Mariya.Kharaman/at/uni-konstanz.de

tel.:   +49 (0) 7531 88 2554
room: G 107

 

Research Interests

Cognitive Neuroscience of language/Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics
 
  • Phonology in the mental lexicon; functional organization of the auditory cortex with respect to phonological representations in the mental lexicon
  • Bi- and multilingualism
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    Biographical Sketch

    since 2013


    PhD student, Neurolinguistics, Department of Linguistics, University of Konstanz, Germany.

    2012

    M.A. in Linguistics (Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft), University of Konstanz, Germany; M.A. thesis: Language-specific acoustic cues and categorization of stop consonants by native speakers of Russian and German

    2008

    B.A. in Linguistics (Sprachwissenschaft), University of Konstanz, Germany

    2005 – 2008
    2010 – 2012

    Studies at the Linguistic Department, University of Konstanz, Germany

    2002 – 2003

    Teacher of English; Language Learning Center “LOGO”, Makiivka, Ukraine

    2001 – 2003

    Teacher at the Department of Germanic Philology, Makiivka Institute of Economics and Arts, Ukraine

    2001

    Diploma in Philology, English and German, Makiivka Institute of Economics and Arts, Ukraine

    1996 – 2001

    Studies at the Department of Germanic Philology, Makiivka Institute of Economics and Arts, Ukraine

        

    Talks and Conferences

    2011


    Kharaman, M., Eulitz, C. Language-specific acoustic cues and categorization of stop consonants (talk). Research Colloquium Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Konstanz.

    2012

    Kharaman, M., Eulitz, C. Different acoustic cues are used by Russians and Germans to detect voicing differences in speech: Evidence from Mismatch Negativity (poster presentation). CNS Annual Meeting, Chicago, 2012.

        

    Language Skills

    Russian (native speaker)
    Ukrainian (native speaker)
    English (fluent)
    German (fluent)

     

     

       
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