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Education

Internship                    Schools, lectures and workshops                      Regular courses archive                    
Term papers and theses           Neurolinguistic Thursday

  

The Center's members teach an array of courses to HSE bachelors and masters and supervise student’s term papers and theses. But we do not limit our educational activity with university auditorium. Our colleagues and invited speakers from all over the world give open lectures to students and HSE members as well as to all interested audience. On these lectures, you can learn about latest findings in neurolinguistics and related sciences, and on our workshops and seminars - learn new research methods and data analysis techniques.

Our key educational event - international Summer neurolinguistics school, where leading specialists, renowned worldwide, give talks on cutting-edge achievements in the neurolinguistics, and School’s participants present their research during the poster session.


Regular courses

2019 - 2020


Experimental methods in psycho- and neurolinguistics (Minor; Faculty of Humanities; 1 module)

Speech and Language Psychology and Neurophisiology
 (Bachelor’s programme; Faculty of Social Sciences; 4 year, 1, 2 module)

Experimental Linguistics (Магистратура; где читается: Факультет гуманитарных наук; 2-й курс, 1, 2 модуль)

Research Seminar “Developmental Dyslexia: Neurolinguistic Approach” (Bachelor’s programme; Faculty of Humanities; 4 year, 1, 2 module)


Courses archive


Term papers and theses

You can write a term paper or a thesis supervised by one of the Lab's members. It's a great opportunity to try yourself as a researcher and get to know our projects. Contact us if you have some research ideas or just want to do something in neurolinguistics.

2018 - 2019

Term papers


Olga Vedenina, 2nd year undergraduate, faculty of Humanities, Fundamental and computational linguistics, "The effects of regularity and defectiveness in the assimilation of morphological alternations in verbal paradigms" (supervisor – Anastasia Lopukhina).

Ekaterina Gerasimova, 2nd year undergraduate, Faculty of Humanities, Fundamental and computational linguistics, "The relationship of working memory and the efficiency of language processing" (scientific supervisor – Anna Laurinaviciute).

Sophia Goldina, 2nd year undergraduate, Faculty of Humanities, Fundamental and computational linguistics, "The Influence of font on reading efficiency in children with dyslexia" (scientific supervisor – Anna Laurinaviciute).

Darya Zharikova, 3rd year undergraduate, Faculty of Humanities, Fundamental and computational linguistics, "The role of case in morphological processing in young and older persons: an experimental study with the method of "false connections" (scientific supervisor – Svetlana Malyutina).

Nina Zdorova, 1st year master's degree, faculty of Humanities, Foreign languages and intercultural communication, "The impact of a second language on the implementation of a standardized test for speech assessment" (supervisor - Maria Khudyakova).

Andrey Zyryanov, 3rd year undergraduate, faculty of Humanities, Fundamental and computer linguistics," Linguistic and neuroanatomic profiles of patients with dynamic aphasia " (supervisor – Svetlana Malyutina).

Maya Korotkaya, 3rd year undergraduate, Faculty of Humanities, Fundamental and computational linguistics, "Error in matching - the comparison categories of number and kind" (scientific supervisor – Anna Laurinaviciute).

Anastasia Kaprielova, 3rd year undergraduate, Faculty of Humanities, Fundamental and computational linguistics, "Eye movements in RGL users" (scientific supervisor – Anna Laurinaviciute).

Vasilisa Kutuzova, 2nd year undergraduate, faculty of Humanities, Fundamental and computer linguistics, "The generation of discourse in patients with temporal epilepsy" (supervisor – Anna Yurchenko).

Nina Ladinskaya, 1st year master's degree, faculty of Humanities, Russian as a foreign language in the interaction of languages and cultures, "Mastering the case paradigm of the Russian language by monolingual and bilingual children" (supervisor – Anna Krabis).

Anna Mokhova, 2nd year of bachelor's degree, faculty of Humanities, Fundamental and computer linguistics, "The influence of emotional coloring of the context on the memorization of new words" (supervisor – Anastasia Lopukhina).

Irina Nitsevich, 2nd year bachelor, faculty of Humanities, Fundamental and computer linguistics, "The effects of regularity and variability in the assimilation of morphological alternations in verbal paradigms" (supervisor – Anastasia Lopukhina).

Christina Reinich, 1st year master's degree, Institute of cognitive neuroscience, Cognitive Sciences and technologies: from neuron to cognition, "Modulation of mechanisms of understanding of sentences by the method of transcranial AC stimulation" (supervisor – Svetlana Malyutina).

Galina Ryazanskaya, 3rd year bachelor, faculty of Humanities, Fundamental and computer linguistics, "Methods of automatic discourse processing in schizophrenia" (supervisor - Maria Khudyakova).

Elizabeth Sokolenko, 2nd year bachelor, Faculty of Humanities, Fundamental and computational linguistics, "Interference Effects in working memory in language processing" (scientific supervisor – Anna Laurinaviciute).

Anastasia Shlyakhova, 3rd year bachelor, Faculty of social Sciences, Psychology, "Aprobation of Amsterdam-Nijmegen assessment of everyday language skills in a group of neurologically healthy subjects " (supervisor – Julia Akinina).


Theses

Anna Artemova, 4th year bachelor, Faculty of social Sciences. "The effects of culture and bilingualism in linguistic testing" (supervisor - Maria Khudyakova).

Valeria Zhirnova, 2nd year master's degree, Institute of cognitive neuroscience, Cognitive Sciences and technology: from neuron to cognition, "Functional intraoperative mapping of the left temporal lobe" (supervisor - Olga Dragoy).

Evgeny Lapin, 4th year bachelor, faculty of Humanities, Fundamental and computer linguistics, "Lexical diversity in young and elderly people: the role of lexical access strategy (based on the completion of sentences)" (supervisor - Svetlana Malyutina).

Alexandra Ovchinnikova, 4th year bachelor, faculty of Humanities, Fundamental and computer linguistics, "Dependence of the place of the first fixation on the word on the number of suffixes" (supervisor – Anna Laurinavichute).

Elena Savinova, 4th year bachelor, faculty of Humanities, Fundamental and computational linguistics, "The Role of the type of stimuli and tips in lexical search: can they compensate for age-related changes?"(scientific supervisor - Svetlana Malyutina).

Term papers and theses archive



 

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