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|Name:||Carrie A. Ankerstein|
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|State and/or Country:||Germany|
|Specialty:||Implicit and Explicit Language Processing|
|Selected Publications:||Selected Publications:
Ankerstein, C.A. (2014). A psycholinguistic measurement of second language proficiency: The coefficient of variation (pp. 109-121). In Leclercq, P., Edmonds A., & Hilton H. (Eds.) Measuring L2 proficiency: perspectives from SLA. Multilingual Matters: Bristol.
Ankerstein, C.A. & Morschett, R. (2013). Do you hear what I hear?: A comparison of phoneme perception in native and Saarlandian German nonnative speakers of English. Saarland Working Papers in Linguistics, 4, 1-8.
Ankerstein, C.A. & Pereira, G.M. (2013). Talking about Taste: starved for words. In: Gerhardt, C., M. Frobenius & S. Ley (Eds). Culinary Linguistics: the chef's special (pp. 305-315). John Benjamins: Amsterdam.
Ankerstein, C.A., Varley, R.A., Cowell, P.E. (2012). Feature types and object categories: is sensorimotoric knowledge different for living and nonliving things? Applied Psycholinguistics, 33(3), 539-569.
Ankerstein, C.A. (2006). Behavioural evidence for sensorimotoric-based representations of objects in semantic memory. University of Sheffield, unpublished doctoral thesis.
|Courses Taught:||Phonetics & Phonology of English
Second Language Acquisition
Topics in Applied Linguistics
Practical Phonetics Tutorials
General Linguistics: Crystal (2002)
(LL Issue 14.1477)
British or American English? (LL Issue 18.942)
Cognitive Science/Semantics: Murphy (2002) (LL Issue 14.986)
Semantics: Saeed (2003) (LL Issue 14.2138)
Psycholinguistics/Linguitic Theories: Merlo & Stevenson (2002) (LL Issue 13.3392)
|Academic Paper Abstract:||
Feature types and object categories: Is sensorimotoric knowledge different for living and nonliving things?
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