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Rein Cozijn is a senior teacher at the Tilburg School of Humanities and researcher at the Tilburg Center for Cognition and Communication. He studies the cognitive processing of language, hypertext, and text and graphics. He is specialized in experimental research methods, notably eye tracking. He is manager of the school's research lab.

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PhD supervision

  • Ph.D. manuscript committee S. Frank. Computational modeling of discourse comprehenison. Radboud University, 2006.
  • Ph.D. promotion committee J. Farkas. A semiotically oriented cognitive model of knowledge representation. Radboud University, 2008.
  • Ph.D. promotion committee A.W. Koornneef (2008). Eye catching anaphora. Utrecht University, 2008.
  • Ph.D. co-supervisor of E. Commandeur. The processing of implicit causality sentences. Tilburg University (2010).
  • Ph.D. co-supervisor J. Maric. Web Communities, Immigrants and Social Capital. Tilburg University. (2014).
  • Ph.D. co-supervisor R. A. Santana de Almeida. A prosódia e o processamento on-line de sentenças ambíguas do Portoguês Brasileiro. Universidade Federal de Alagoas, Brazil. (2017).
  • Ph.D. co-supervisor Y. Gu. Chinese hands of time. The effects of language and culture on temporal gestures and spatio-temporal reasoning. Tilburg University. (2018).
  • Ph.D. co-supervisor Y. Xia. Implicit causality in cultural perspective. Tilburg University. (in progress).


  • Methodology And Statistics
  • Eye Tracking
  • Language Psychology
  • Reading Research
  • Discourse Studies
  • Programming
  • Psycholinguistics


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