My current research covers the area of morphology-phonology interaction and speech production. As there is evidence for differing acoustic realizations of different types of word-final S in English, such findings present an important challenge for theories of morphology-phonology interaction and for models of speech production as it is currently unclear how differences in morphological status are able to influence phonetic implementation. Further information is available here. Previous research mainly covered tonal alignment and compensatory vowel shortening. During 2017 and 2018 I also published more practical articles on IT in connection with logopedics. An introductory tutorial to statistics with R can be found here.
Final S in English: The role of acoustic detail in morphological processing and learning
Introductory seminar "Applied Statistics" for Students of Linguistics, funded by Quality Improvement Funds
Introductory seminars "Applied Statistics" for Students of Linguistics, funded by Quality Improvement Funds
Member of the department for Further and Advanced Education
Member of the department for Finances and Membership Management
Research Assistant for Professor Christiane M. Bongartz, SFB 1252; IT & web administration
Member of the department for IT and Internet; Project manager of evidenssst.org – Online platform for evidentiality based logopedics