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Anna Chrabaszcz

  • Anna Chrabaszcz has been at HSE University since 2014.

Education, Degrees and Academic Titles

  • 2014
    Senior Research Fellow
  • 2014
    PhD in Philology
  • 2014

    Doctoral programme in Psycholinguistics, Second Language Acquisition
    University of Maryland, Second Language Acquisition

  • 2006
    MA in Philology
  • 2006

    Master's in Applied Linguistics
    Georgia State University, Applied Linguistics and ESL

  • 2004

    Degree
    Pyatigorsk State Linguistic University

2013: SLA498 Second Language Research, University of Maryland

2013: RUSS102 Intensive Russian 102, University of Maryland

2011: RUSS101 Intensive Russian 101, University of Maryland

2004-2006:  English for Business Purposes 101; 102; 201; 202; 301; 302, Pyatigorsk State Linguistic University, Russia

 

Student Term / Thesis Papers

Full list of of student term / thesis papers

Grants

2015-2017: Russian Foundation for Humanities, “Space in language: the role of sensorimotor stereotypes in comprehension of spatial linguistic constructions”, €15 000 per year (Participant)

2013-2014: Graduate Dean’s Dissertation Fellowship, University of Maryland, $25,000 (Principal Investigator)

2013: Ann Wylie Dissertation Fellowship, University of Maryland, $10,000 (declined by awardee)

2013: Language Learning Dissertation Grant, $2,000 (Principal Investigator)

2012-2013: SLA/IGERT Fellowship, University of Maryland, $21,000 

2012: Graduate Student Summer Research Fellowship, Graduate School, University of Maryland, $5,000 (Principal Investigator)

2011: Research Fellowship, School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, University of Maryland, $10,000

2010-2011: Integrative Graduate Education and Research Training (IGERT) Fellowship, $10,000

2010: Research Fellowship, School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, University of Maryland, $10,000

2006-2008:  FULBRIGHT Scholarship Award for University Graduates, 2-year M.A. Program, full tuition and living expenses coverage, Russian Fulbright Commission for the Cultural Exchange between Russia and the U.S.

2006-2008: World Fellowship Award from Delta Kappa Gamma Society International for women educators, $4,700

 

Publications

Journal Articles16

Proceedings papers11

Books and chapters2


Conferences and Talks

Talks:

Chrabaszcz, A., Neumann, W.J., Stretcu, O., Lipski, W., Bush, A., Dastolfo-Hromack, C., Wang, D., Crammond, D.J., Shaiman, S., Dickey, M.W., Holt, L.L., Turner, R.S., Fiez, J.A., and Richardson, RM. (2018). Cortical and subcortical representations of consonant articulatory features. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting (SfN), San Diego, CA, November 3-7.

Lipski, W.J., Richardson, R.M., Bush, A., Wang, D., Dastolfo-Hromack, C., Chrabaszcz, A., Crammond, D.J., Shaiman, S., Turner, R.S., Fiez, J.A. (2018). Neuronal firing in the subthalamic nucleus encodes chunks in speech sequences. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting (SfN), San Diego, CA, November 3-7.

Dragoy, O., Chrabaszcz, A., Laurinavichyute, A., *Ladinskaya, N., *Tolkacheva, V., Myachykov, A. (2017). Oculomotor resonance during processing past and future tense. The 10th Annual Embodied and Situated Language Processing, Moscow, Russia, September 10-12.

Chrabaszcz, A. (2016). Morphological prediction in native and nonnative comprehenders: A case of Russian verbal inflections. The 22nd Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP) conference, Bilbao, Spain, September 1-3.

*Tolkacheva, V., Chrabaszcz, A., Buklina S., Dragoy O. (2016). Russian object and action naming test for patients with brain tumor. XIX International conference of philology students, St. Petersburg, Russia, April 18-22.

Chrabaszcz, A., Buklina, S., *Tolkacheva, V., Poddubskaya, A., and Dragoy, O. (2015). Developing a Russian test for speech mapping during awake craniotomy. Night Whites 2015: The Third St. Petersburg Winter Workshop on Experimental Studies of Speech and Language, St. Petersburg, Russia, December 18-19.

Gor, K., Chrabaszcz, A. and Cook, S. (2015). Lexical access of nonnative inflected nouns: The role of proficiency and early/late start. The Annual Second Language Research Forum (SLRF), Atlanta, Georgia, October 29-31.

Chrabaszcz, A. (2015). Electrophysiological correlates of processing Russian verbs by native and L2 speakers: the link between morphology and phonology. The 25th Annual Conference of the European Second Language Association (EUROSLA), Aix-en-Provence, France, August 26-29.

Gor, K., Chrabaszcz, A., Cook, S. (2015). Nonnative decomposition of inflected nouns: The role of proficiency and early /late start. The 25th Annual Conference of the European Second Language Association (EUROSLA), Aix-en-Provence, France, August 26-29.

Chrabaszcz, A., Dragoy O. (2015). The role of linguistic and nonlinguistic factors in the processing of spatial constructions by monolingual and bilingual speakers. The Magic of Innovation: New Trends in Language Research and Teaching Foreign Languages, April 24-25, 2015.

Chrabaszcz, A. (2014). Neurophysiological aspects of processing of Russian verbal forms. The Cognitive Control, Communication and Perception (CCCP) conference, Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia, December 4-6.

Gor, K., Chrabaszcz, A., and Cook, S. (2014). If L2 learners decompose inflected words in lexical access, why are they insensitive to morphosyntactic information? The Second Language Research Forum (SLRF), University of South Carolina, October 23-25.

Chrabaszcz, A., Gor, K., and Cook, S. (2014). To decompose, or not to decompose, that is the question. Child language acquisition and bilingualism: Grammatical development in Russian and Norwegian, St. Petersburg, Russia, October 6-7.

Gor, K., Chrabaszcz, A., and Cook, S. (2014). Inflectional paradigm in second language lexical access: Decomposition without recomposition. The Ninth International Conference Mental Lexicon, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON, Canada, September 30 - Oct 2.

Lukyanchenko, A. (2013). Morphosyntactic bias in auditory word identification by nonnative listeners. The 8th International Morphological Processing Conference, Cambridge, UK, June 20-22.

Gor, K., and Lukyanchenko, A. (2012). The effect of context predictability on understanding speech in noise by native and nonnative listeners. The 31st Annual Second Language Research Forum (SLRF), Pittsburgh, PA, USA, October 18-21.

Lukyanchenko, A., and Gor, K. (2012). Meaning resolution in L2 speech comprehension: Top-down or bottom-up. The 31st Annual Second Language Research Forum (SLRF), Pittsburgh, PA, USA, October 18-21, 2012.

Lukyanchenko A. (2011). Word stress in Russian and the perceptual advantages that it brings with it. The Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Conference (SCLC), Washington, DC, USA, October 14-16.

Solovyeva, K., Cook, L., Lukyanchenko, A., and Gor, K. (2011). Modeling the mental lexicon of Russian learners: Why do words play tricks on them? The Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Conference (SCLC), Washington, DC, USA, October 14-16.

Lukyanchenko, A., and Gor, K. (2011). The (un)importance of neighborhood size for lexical access in native, heritage, and L2 speakers. The Second Language Research Forum (SLRF), Ames, Iowa, USA, October 13-16.

Lukyanchenko, A., and Jiang, N. (2011). The role of L1 transfer and the Explicit/Implicit interface in the acquisition of the English definite article. The 21st Annual Conference of the European Second Language Association (EUROSLA), Stockholm, Sweden, September 8-10.

Gor, K., and Lukyanchenko, A. (2010). Perceptual correlates of L1 phonological representations in Russian-English heritage speakers. The Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD), Boston, MA, USA, November 5-7.

Lukyanchenko, A., Idsardi, W., and Jiang, N. (2010). Opening your ears: Perception of nonnative prosodic contrasts. The Second Language Research Forum (SLRF), College Park, MD, USA, October 14-17.

Jiang, N., Hu, G., Lukyanchenko, A., and Yongheng, C. (2010). Morphological processing by non-native speakers: Evidence from word monitoring. The Colloquium on L2 Processing, Second Language Research Forum (SLRF), College Park, MD, USA, October 14-17.

Gor, K. and Lukyanchenko, A. (2010). Phonetic cues and the perception of Russian soft and hard consonants by American learners of Russian. The Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Conference (SCLC), Providence, Rhode Island, USA, October 9-11.

Lukyanchenko, A., and Jiang, N. (2010). On the issue of acquirability of grammatical morphemes. The 41st Annual CATESOL Conference, Santa Clara, CA, USA, April 22-25.

Lukyanchenko, A., and Jiang, N. (2010). Acquisition of English Past Tense: The Case of (Non)transferrable Explicit Knowledge. The 7th Annual TALGS Conference, Greenville, NC, USA, February 20. Honorable mention for the best presentation.

Posters:

*Ladinskaya, N., Chrabaszcz, A., Bolgina, T., Baladzhaeva, L., Laurinavichyute, A., Prior, A., *Tolkacheva, V., Yosephi, G., Myachykov, A., and Dragoy, O. (2019). Oculomotor resonance during processing past and future tense in Russian and Hebrew. The 25 Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP) conference, Moscow, Russia, September 6-8.

Lopukhina, A., Chrabaszcz, A., Khudyakova, M., Korkina, I., Yurchenko, A., and Dragoy, O. (2019). Test for assessment of language development in Russian «KORABLIK». Typical and Atypical Language Development (TALDS) symposium, Moscow, Russia, September 4.

*Stupina, E., and Chrabaszcz, A. (2019). The effect of L1 grammatical gender on the acquisition of grammatical gender in a novel language. Bilingualism and Cognition (BaC) symposium, Moscow, Russia, September 5.

*Ladinskaya, N., Chrabaszcz, A., and Lopuhina, A. (2019). Acquisition of Russian nominal case inflections by monolingual and bilingual children: a psycholinguistic approach. Typical and Atypical Language Development (TALDS) symposium, Moscow, Russia, September 4.

Wang, D., Lipski, W.J., Bush, A., Dastolfo-Hromack, C., Chrabaszcz, A., Crammond, D.J., Shaiman, S., Turner, R.S., Fiez, J.A., Richardson, R.M. (2018). Differential modulation of neural activity in the ventral lateral nucleus of the thalamus during speech production. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting (SfN), San Diego, CA, November 3-7.

Richardson, R.M., Lipski, W.L., Chrabaszcz, A., Dastolfo-Hromack, C., Alhourani, A., Shaiman, S., Turner, R.S., Fiez, J.A. (2018). Subthalamic nucleus activity encodes aspects of speech production in subjects with Parkinson’s disease. International Congress of Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders, Hong Kong, October 5-9.

Gor, K., Chrabaszcz, A., Cook, S. (2018). This is not only about decomposition: L2 learners and heritage speakers process inflected words differently from native speakers. The Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP) conference, Potsdam, Germany, September.

*Ladinskaya,N., Chrabaszcz, A., Laurinavichyute, A., *Tolkacheva, V., Bolgina, T., Myachykov, A., Dragoy, O. (2018). Spatial mapping of verbal tense forms in the Russian language. Night Whites 2018, St. Petersburg, Russia, January.

Chrabaszcz, A., Iskra, E., Gor, K., Dragoy, O. (2017). Morphological decomposition of inflected words: Evidence from aphasia. Academy of Aphasia, Baltimore, USA, November 5-7.

Chrabaszcz, A., Kireev, M., Medvedev, S., Gor, K. (2017). Neural correlates of processing case and inflection: fMRI evidence from Russian. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language (SNL), Baltimore, USA, November 8-10.

Gor, K., Kireev, M., Chrabaszcz, A., Medvedev, S. (2017). An fMRI study of morphological decomposition in the recognition of case-inflected nouns: Dissociation of inflection and case. International Morphological Processing Conference, Trieste, Italy, June 22-24.

Dragoy, О., & Chrabaszcz, A., *Stupina, E., *Tolkacheva, V. (2017). Intraoperative linguistic battery for language mapping during awake craniotomy. Cognitive Science in Moscow, Moscow, Russia, June 15.

Chrabaszcz, A., & Dragoy, O. (2017). Comprehension of spatial constructions by Russian-American bilinguals. Cognitive Science in Moscow, Moscow, Russia, June 15.

Dragoy, О., & Chrabaszcz, A. (2017). Processing spatial linguistic constructions by monolingual and bilingual speakers of Russian. The Third Annual Learning and Plasticity meeting, Äkäslompolo, Finland, April, 2-5.

Chrabaszcz, A., Ovsepyan, М., Laurinavichyute, А., Dragoy, О. (2016). The role of a motor stereotype in the interpretation of linguistic spatial constructions by children and adults. The Seventh International Conference on Cognitive Science, Svetlogorsk, Russia, June, 20-24.

*Tolkacheva, V., Chrabaszcz, A., Buklina, S., Poddubskaya, A., Dragoy, O. (2016). The Russian Object and Action naming test. Thirty-fourth European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, Bressanone, Italy, January 24-29.

Ivanova, M., Dragoy, O., Akinina, Y., Iskra, E., Soloukhina, O., Kobzeva, A., Khydyakova, M., Chrabaszcz, A., Akhutina, T. (2015). Developing auditory comprehension subtests of the Russian Aphasia Test. Academy of Aphasia, Tuscon, USA, October 18-21.

Chrabaszcz, A., Buklina, S., *Tolkacheva, V., Poddubskaya, A., Dragoy, O. (2015). Object and action naming in patients before and after glioma resection. Seventh Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language (SNL), October, 15-17.

Chrabaszcz, A., Buklina, S., *Tolkacheva, V., Poddubskaya, A., Dragoy, O. (2015). Language reorganization capacity in patients with gliomas in the frontal and temporal lobes of the left hemisphere. The brain and gliomas: when the connections are crucial, September 24-26.

*Tolkacheva, V., Chrabaszcz, A., Buklina, S., Poddubskaya, A., Dragoy, O. (2015). Object and action naming in brain tumor patients. Summer School of Neurolinguistics, Moscow, Russia, August 24-26.

Edeleva, J., *Bondarenko, K., Chrabaszcz, A. (2015). Processing morphological ambiguity: The case of Russian homographs. The 9th International Morphological Processing Conference, University of Potsdam, Germany, June 18-20.

Chrabaszcz, A., Dragoy, O., Iskra, E., Bergelson, M. (2015). Understanding of spatial constructions by healthy people and patients with aphasia. Cognitive Science in Moscow, Moscow, Russia, June 16.

*Tolkacheva, V., Chrabaszcz, A., Buklina, S., Poddubskaya, A., Dragoy, O. (2015). Object and action naming in patients with brain tumor. Cognitive Science in Moscow, Moscow, Russia, June 16.

Chrabaszcz, A., Gor, K., Cook, S. (2014). Do second language learners take advantage of extra time in sentence processing? The Second Language Research Forum (SLRF), University of South Carolina, October 23-25.

Gor, K., & Lukyanchenko, A. (2013). Lexical access of inflected nouns in L2: What is the role of the inflectional paradigm? Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD), Boston, MA, USA, November 1-3.

Gor, K., & Lukyanchenko, A. (2013). Inflectional paradigm in native and nonnative processing of nouns: What mediates decomposition? The 8th International Morphological Processing Conference, Cambridge, UK, June 20-22.

Lukyanchenko, A., & Gor, K. (2013). Quantifying semantic, morphological and syntactic effects on phonological ambiguity resolution in listening to nonnative speech. The 11th International Symposium on Psycholinguistics, Canary Islands, Spain, March 20-23.

Gor, K., & Lukyanchenko, A. (2012). Do nonnative speakers decompose inflected words in auditory lexical access? The 11th International Symposium on Psycholinguistics, Canary Islands, Spain, March 20-23.

Gor, K., Cook, S., Lukyanchenko, A., Solovyeva, K. (2011). Under pressure: What choice of experimental task reveals about L2 morphosyntax. The Second Language Research Forum (SLRF), Ames, Iowa, USA, October 13-16.

Alcocer, P., Jensen, E., Kratovac, S., Lukyanchenko, A., Teubner-Rhodes, S., Poeppel, D., Idsardi, W.J. (2009). Neural correlates of sonority sequencing constraint violations in word-initial consonant clusters using MEG. Neurobiology of Language Conference (NLC), Chicago, IL, USA, October 15–16.

Lindemann, S., Andrews, G., Hirano, E., Irani, S., Lanier, A., Lukyanchenko, A. (2008). How particular segmental phonetic features (don’t) affect attitudes towards nonnative speech. American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), Washington, DC, USA, March 31.

Anna Lukyanchenko presented a report on lexical disambiguation in foreign languages.

July 23 Neurolinguistics Laboratory held a regular research seminar.