Friederike Contier

Friederike Contier
Universität Potsdam · Department of Psychology

Master of Arts in Linguistics

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August 2020 - present
Universität Potsdam
Position
  • PhD Student
October 2018 - July 2020
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
Position
  • Research Associate
July 2018 - September 2018
Universität Erfurt
Position
  • Research Associate
Education
October 2015 - April 2018
Universität Erfurt
Field of study
  • Applied Linguistics
August 2013 - February 2014
Malmö University
Field of study
  • Literature and Linguistics
October 2011 - September 2015
Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)
Field of study
  • Social and Cultural Sciences (Linguistics, Literature)

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Publications (5)
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The functional significance of the two prominent language-related ERP components N400 and P600 is still under debate. It has recently been suggested that one important dimension along which the two vary, is in terms of automaticity versus attentional control, with N400 amplitudes reflecting more automatic and P600 amplitudes reflecting more control...
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In the classic view of verbal short-term memory, immediate recall is achieved by maintaining phonological representations, while the influence of other linguistic information is negligible. According to language-based accounts, short-term retention of verbal material is inherently bound to language production and comprehension, thus also influenced...
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Young children learn selectively from others based on the speakers' prior accuracy. This indicates that they recognize the models’ (in)competence and use it to predict who will provide the most accurate and useful information in the future. Here, we investigated whether 5-year-old children are also able to use speaker reliability retrospectively, o...
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Preschoolers learn selectively from others based on the speakers' prior accuracy. This indicates that they recognize the models' (in)competence and use it to predict who will provide the most accurate and useful information in the future. Here, we investigated whether 5-y.-o. children are also able to use speaker reliability retrospectively, once t...
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Musical excerpts have been shown to have the capacity to prime the processing of target words and vice versa, strongly suggesting that music can convey concepts. However, to date no study has investigated an influence of musical semantics on novel word acquisition, thus corroborating evidence for a similarity of underlying semantic processing of mu...

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