Research Output per year
I carry out my research as a member of TiCC (www.tilburguniversity.edu/ticc). This research focuses on linguistic mental representations, more specifically on frequency-driven and context-defined representations. To what extent do we know, either explicitly or implicitly, in what contexts words and phrases typically occur? Do we make use of this knowledge when we process language? And how does this knowledge affect our interpretation and evaluation of language use and the language user? I make use of metalinguistic measures, such as familiarity judgments, as well as more indirect measures, e.g. perception of attractiveness of a text and its writer.
In my PhD-research, completed in 2010, the main research question was to what extent implicit or explicit knowledge of morphological structure of lexical items plays a role in the mental lexicon. I looked at both the acquisition of new words and the processing of known words. Experiments to answer this question were carried out by monolingual Dutch children in primary school as well as their bilingual classmates who learn Dutch as a second language.
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Member neighborhoodcouncil Amsterdam-Oost (Gemeente Amsterdam)1 Apr 2018 → 1 Apr 2022
- Cognitive Linguistics
- Foreign Languages Acquisition
Impression formation on online dating: The effects of language errors in profile texts on perceptions of profile ownersvan der Zanden, T., Schouten, A., Mos, M. & Krahmer, E., 2019.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Abstract › Other research output
Variation is information: Analyses of variation across items, participants, time, and methods in metalinguistic judgment dataVerhagen, V., Mos, M., Schilperoord, J. & Backus, A., 2019, In : Linguistics. p. 1-45 45 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Scientific › peer-review
Audio-visual Analyses of Differences between Natural and Teaching Styles for Mandarin Tone ProductionHan, Y., Goudbeek, M., Mos, M. & Swerts, M., 29 Aug 2018, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Speech Prosody 2018.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution › Scientific › peer-review
Projects per year
Lexicon en morfologie. Relatie tussen woordkennis, woordfrequentie en affixproductiviteit bij NT1- en NT2-leerlingen met verschillende taalleerstijlen.
1/09/01 → 1/05/03
Project: Research project