PhD student Ulrika Marklund


Description

My main research interest is the effect of parental linguistic input on child language and communication development. My aim is to identify and measure parameters in parental communicative behaviour and relate them to child communicative performance. Factors in parental communication expected to be important are e.g. child focus, pauses, imitation, and semantic and phonological interpretations. In relation to these factors I want to examine children's tendency to take communicative initiatives, their tendency to stay in conversation, their vocabulary size and word token use, as well as their use of words with increasing phonological complexity.



Collaborating with

De Lacerda, Francisco

My research profile is focused on explaining the infant's acquisition of the ambient language's linguistic structure as an emergent information-structuring process anchored on independently motivated biological and social components. My specific goal is to present a coherent a...

Gerholm, Tove

Research interests
My research interest is language development,pragmatics and in particular pragmatic development; non-verbal communication; emotive expressions and the relation between these expressions and spoken language. More specifically I’m i...


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