Eva Soroli

Maitresse de conférences - Psycholinguistique, Neurolinguistique
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Eva Soroli

Maitresse de conférences - Psycholinguistique, Neurolinguistique

Publications

Articles in international peer-reviewed journals

1. Soroli E. (2018). Event processing in agrammatic aphasia: does language guide visual processing and similarity judgments? Aphasiology, 32(1): 219-221. DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2018.1489123. Online access.
 
2. Vincent C., Soroli E., Engemann H., Hendriks H. & Hickmann M. (2018). Tobii or not Tobii? Assessing the validity of eye tracking data - challenges and solutions. Journal of Eye Movement research, Volume 11, Issue 5: 7DOI: 10.16910/jemr.11.5. Online access.
 
3. Fyndanis V., Lind M., Varlokosta S., Kambanaros M., Soroli E., et al. (2017). Cross-linguistic adaptations of the Comprehensive Aphasia Test: Challenges and solutions. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 697-710. DOI: 10.1080/02699206.2017.1310299. Online access
 
4. Soroli E. & Verkerk A. (2017). Motion events in Greek. Cognitextes – Revue de l’Association Française de Linguistique Cognitive, 1-54. ISSN: 1958-5322. DOI: 10.4000/cognitextes.889. Online access.
 
5. Engemann H., Hendriks H., Hickmann M., Soroli E. & Vincent C. (2015). How language impacts memory of motion events in English and French. Cognitive Processing, 16 (1): 209-213. DOI: 10.1007/s10339-015-0696-7. Online access.
 
6. Benazzo S., Flecken M. & Soroli E. (2012). Typological perspectives on second language acquisition. Language, Interaction & Acquisition Journal, 3(2): 163–172. DOI : 10.1075/lia.3.2.01int. Online access.
 
7. Soroli E. (2012). Variation in spatial language and cognition: exploring visuo-spatial thinking and speaking cross-linguistically. Cognitive Processing, 13 (1): 333-337. DOI: 10.1007/s10339-015-0696-7. Online access.
 
8. Soroli E., Sahraoui H. & Sacchett C. (2012). Linguistic encoding of motion events in English and French: Typological constraints on second language acquisition and agrammatic aphasia. Language, Interaction & Acquisition, 3 (2): 261–287. DOI: 10.1075/lia.3.2.05sor. Online access.
 
9. Soroli E., Hickmann & Sahraoui, H. (2011). Encoding and decoding motion events in English and French: Comparative case-studies in agrammatism and anomia, Elsevier Procedia in Social and Behavioral Sciences, 23: 49-50. DOI: 10.1016/j.sbspro.2011.09.164. Online access
 
10. Soroli E., Szenkovitz, G. & Ramus, F., (2010). Exploring dyslexics’ phonological deficit III: Foreign speech perception and production in language learning, Dyslexia, 16: 318-340. DOI: 10.1002/dys.415Online access.
 
11. Soroli E., Hickmann, M., Nespoulous, J-L., Sahraoui, H., Tran, T. M. (2010). Encoding Motion Events in Aphasia: Cross-Linguistic Perspectives in Monolingual and Bilingual Agrammatism, Elsevier Procedia in Social and Behavioral Sciences, 6: 206-207. DOI: 10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.08.103. Online access
 
12. Soroli E. & Hickmann M. (accepted). The role of Language on spatial representation and event processing I: evidence from verbal production and eye-tracking.
 
13. Hansen P., Haman E., Soroli E., Southwood F., Kuvac-Kraljevic J., Matic A. Norvik M., Luniewska M., Mieszkowska K., Gram Simonsen H. (in preparation). From pictures to language: in search of visual stimuli for assessing lexical knowledge across populations and languages.
 
14. Soroli E. & Hickmann, M. (in preparation). The role of Language on spatial representation and event processing II: evidence from categorization tasks and eye-tracking.
 
15. Engemann H., Soroli E., Hendriks H., Vincent C. & Hickmann M. (in preparation). The role of Language on spatial representation and event processing III: evidence from memory tasks and eye-tracking.
 
16. Giannaras, M. & Soroli E. (in preparation). Teaching language and political science in upper high school: a cognitive approach to mechanisms of stereotyping and anti-immigrant prejudice.
 
17. Jacquemot, Ch. & Soroli, E. (in preparation). The Comprehensive Aphasia Test (CAT): French version.

 

Chapters in edited peer-reviewed volumes

1. Soroli E., Hickmann M. & Hendriks H. (2019). Casting an eye on motion events: eye tracking and its implications for typology. In M. Aurnague & D. Stosic (eds.), The semantics of dynamic space in French: Descriptive, experimental and formal studies on motion expression, 250-288. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. DOI: 10.1075/hcp.66.07sor. Online access

 

2. Hickmann M., Engemann H., Soroli E., Hendriks H. & Vincent C. (2017). Expressing and categorizing motion in French and English: Verbal and non-verbal cognition across languages. In I. Ibarretxe-Antuñano (ed.), Motion and space across languages and applications, 61-94. Human cognitive processing series. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. DOI: 10.1075/hcp.59.04hic. Online access

 

3. Hickmann M. & Soroli E. (2015). From language acquisition to language pathology: cross-linguistic perspectives. In C. Artésano & M. Jucla, (eds.) Neuropsycholinguistic perspectives on language cognition: towards a comprehensive view of the neuropsychology of language, 46-60. New York: Psychology Press. ISBN: 978-0815356974. DOI: 10.4324/9780203797365 Online access

 

4. Soroli E. & Hickmann, M. (2010). Language and spatial representations in French and in English: Some evidence from eye-movements. In G. Marotta, A. Lenci, L. Meini & F. Rovai (eds.), Space in Language, 581-597. Pisa: Edizioni ETS ISBN: 978-884672902-6. Online access 

 

Edited volumes

Benazzo S., Flecken M., & Soroli E. (Eds.). (2012). Typological perspectives on language and thought: Thinking for speaking in L2. Language, Interaction and Acquisition series (300 pages). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. DOI: 10.1075/lia.3.2. Online access

 

Articles in peer-reviewed proceedings of international conferences

1. Soroli E. (2018). Focal vs. global ways of motion event processing and the role of language: Evidence from categorization tasks and eye tracking. Proceedings of 9th Tutorial and Research Workshop on Experimental Linguistics (ExLing), 109-112. University of Paris Denis-Diderot, 28-30 August 2018. Ebook ISSN: 2529-1092 Online access.

2. Engemann, H., Hendriks, H., Hickmann, M., Soroli E. & Vincent, C. (2015). How linguistic encoding of motion affects memory: "Thinking-for-memorizing" in English and French. 6th International Conference on Spatial Cognition Proceedings, 209-213. University of Sapienza, Rome, Italy, 7-11 September 2015. Online access

3. Soroli, E. & Papadimitraki, Ch. (2013). Static and dynamic events in modern Greek: a typological perspective. 5th International AFLiCo conference Empirical approaches to multi-modality and to language variation Proceedings, 122-123. University of Lille, Lille, France, 15-17 May 2013. Online access

4. Soroli E. (2012). Variation in spatial language and cognition: exploring visuo-spatial thinking and speaking cross-linguistically. 5th International Conference on Spatial Cognition: “Space and Embodied Cognition” Proceedings, 333-337. Rome, Italy, 4-8 September 2012. Online access

5. Soroli E. (2012). Spatial language in monolingual & bilingual agrammatism. International Conference – NeuroPsychoLinguistic Perspectives on Aphasia Proceedings, 69-70 (NPL-2012). Toulouse, France, 22 juin 2012. Online access

6. Soroli E. (2012). ‘Seeing and thinking for speaking’ across languages: spatial encoding and attention allocation in agrammatic aphasia. In Antonis Botinis (ed.), Proceedings of the 5th International Society of Experimental Linguistics (ISEL) Conference on Experimental Linguistics (ExLing-2012), 113-116. Athens: ISCA & University of Athens, Greece. Online access

7. Soroli E. (2012). Linguistic and non-linguistic representation of motion events in Greek: converging cross-language data and evidence from eye-tracking. Language, Culture and Mind V – Integrating Semiotic Resources in Communication and Creativity Proceedings, 187-188. Lisbon: Research Center for Communication and Culture & Catholic University of Portugal.

8. Soroli E., Sahraoui, H. & Sacchett, C. (2011). Encoding motion events across languages: typological constraints in bilingual agrammatism. Science of Aphasia XII Proceedings, 155-158. Barcelona: Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona. Online access

9. Soroli E. (2011). Typology and spatial cognition in English, French and Greek: evidence from eye tracking. In Antonis Botinis (ed.), Proceedings of the ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Experimental Linguistics, 127-130. Paris: International Speech Communication Association & University of Athens. Online access

 

Invited lectures at International congresses, conferences and symposia

1. Soroli E. (2019). Typological differences influence motion event perception: Evidence from similarity-judgment tasks and eye tracking. Invited by Professor Thomas Li. Oral presentation within the Theme session Macro-events, Grammaticalization, and Typology” of the the International Cognitive Linguistics conference (ICLC-15) Crosslinguistic perspectives on Cognitive Linguistics, Nishinomiya, Japan, August 6-11, 2019

2. Soroli, E. (2017). How language specifics affect categorization and visual processing? Evidence from English, French and Greek. Invited by Professor Soonja Choi at the International convention of Psychological Science. Plenary conference at the Symposium « Linguistic, cultural diversity and cognition » given at the Congress Centre of Vienna (Austria). 24 March 2017.

3. Soroli, E. (2016). Does language affect the way we perceive and talk about the visual world? Invited by Professor Hanne Gram Simonsen at « The Research Group in Clinical Linguistics and Language Acquisition Seminar ». Lecture given at the University of Oslo (Norway). 4 April 2016.

4. Soroli, E., Hickmann, M. & Hendriks, H. (2016). La représentation du movement: implications typologiques et cognitives du suivi oculaire. Invited by professor Michel Aurnague at the International Workshop S'caladis (CLLE-ERSS UMR 5263) Espace linguistique et dynamicité : quelques points de vue récents sur l'expression du déplacement en français. Lecture given at the University of Toulouse Jean Jaurès (France).17 March 2016.

5. Soroli, E. (2016). The adaptation of the Comprehensive Aphasia Test in French. Invited by Professor Marian Brady at the COST Working Groups Seminar Meeting. Lecture given at the University of Tampere (Finland). 11 February 2016.

6. Soroli E. (2015). Language as (a window to) thought: from spatial concepts to cognitive representations in language acquisition. Invited by Professor Wolfgang Behr at the International conference Concepts in transition: Modes and effects of change” International workshop. Lecture givent at the University of Zurich (Switzerland). 11 September 2015.

7. Soroli E. (2015). Spatial language and non-linguistic representations in agrammatic aphasia from a cross-linguistic perspective: Evidence from discourse-analysis, eye-tracking and high-level cognitive processing. Invited by Professor Marian Bardy at the International conference COST-year meeting and conference: Future directions for Aphasia research. Lecture given at the City University London (United Kingdom). 6 March 2015.

8. Soroli E., Hickmann, M., Hendriks, H., Engemann, H., Vincent, C. (2015). Language effects on spatial cognition? Cross-linguistic evidence and eye-tracking. Invited by Professor Yo Matsumoto at the International conference NINJAL International Symposium: Typology and Cognition in Motion Event Descriptions. Lecture given at the University of Tokyo (Japan). 25 January 2015.

9. Soroli, E. (2015). Diversité des langues et représentation de l’espace en anglais, en français et en grec: implications typologiques et cognitives. Invited by Professor Severine Casalis at the ScaLab Seminar (Department of Psychology). Lecture given at the University of Lille, Villeneuve d’Ascq (France). 18 December 2015.

10. Soroli E. (2015). Diversité des langues, implications typologiques et cognitives: qu’ont à nous dire les mouvements oculaires sur nos représentations spatiales? Invited by Prof. Michel Aurnague at the International Conference Des expressions spatiales à leurs paramètres cognitifs, culturels et environnementaux. Lecture given at the University of Toulouse 2 (France). 7 May 2015.

11. Soroli E. (2014). Langage et représentation spatiale chez des locuteurs avec et sans agrammatisme: analyse des mouvements oculaires et comparaisons interlangues. (see the video of the conference here). Invited by Professor Jean-Luc NESPOULOUS for a plenary lecture at the Journée scientifique du CRISCO CERVEAU & LANGAGE. University of Caen (France). December 11 2014.

12. Soroli E. (2014). L’expérimentation dans l’étude des processus d’acquisition L2. Invited by Professor Maria Kihlstedt at the Séminaire du département des Sciences du Langage. Lecture given at the University of Nanterre-Paris 10 (France). 21 March 2014.

 

Invited lectures at national conferences, seminars and workshops

1. Soroli E. (2018). Space reference in agrammatic aphasia: Evidence from French and English. Séminaire de Linguistique. Laboratoire Savoirs, Textes et Langage (UMR 8163). Invited by Anne CARLIER. 18 May 2018.

2. Soroli E., Engemann, H. & Vincent C. (2014). Expression du movement, Acquisition du langage et Cognition: Notre langue influe-t-elle sur notre pensée? Invited by Sophie WAUQUIER to represent the SFL Lab at the Forum des Sciences Cognitives de Paris (France). 22 March 2014.

3. Soroli E. (2014). Notation, annotation et analyse de corpus multimodaux avec CLAN-CHILDES. Invited by the IRCOM consortium for a Training workshop on CLAN software. ‘‘Techniques expérimentales en Sciences du Langage’. 2-days workshop, University of Poitiers (France), 17-18 November 2014.

4. Soroli E. (2013). La Psycholinguistique: approche comparative et interlangue. Séminaire donné au Laboratoire Structures Formelles du langage (UMR 7023), CNRS Pouchet. Journée Doctorale 2013, Paris (France). Invited by Professor Sophie WAUQUIER. 17 April 2013.

5. Soroli, E. (2013). Experimental methods for language acquisition research. Invited by Prof. Maarten Lemmens at the Workshop ‘Empirical methods in usage-based linguistics’ Spring School-Aflico5 to animate a training workshop of 2 days : E-prime software, University of Lille (France), 13-14 May 2013.

6. Soroli E. (2013). Langage et représentation spatiale chez le locuteur avec et sans lésion cérébrale. Séminaire de Linguistique, Laboratoire Savoirs, Textes et Langage (UMR 8163). Invited by Professor Anne CARLIER. 31 May 2013.

7. Soroli E. (2013). Linguistic and non-linguistic representation of motion events. Converging cross-language data and evidence from eye-movements. Séminaire de Linguistique, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Labex Tranfers. Invited by Researcher Laure SARDA, 21 January 2013.

8. Soroli E. & Hickmann, M. (2009). Syntax, Lexicon and spatial representation on aphasia: French and English perspectives. 8ème Colloque Jeunes Chercheurs en Sciences Cognitives. Invited by Professor Jean-Luc NESPOULOUS, Toulouse, France, 9-11 June 2009.

 

Oral presentations at International Conferences and Congresses

1. Soroli E., Vincent C., Engemann, H., Hendriks, H. & Hickmann M. (2019). Event integration mechanisms across languages and their psychological reality. Oral presentation in the general session of the International Cognitive Linguistics conference (ICLC-15) Crosslinguistic perspectives on Cognitive Linguistics, Nishinomiya, Japan, August 6-11, 2019.

2. Cohen C., Mazur-Pallandre A. & Soroli E. (2019). Language exposure effects on receptive vocabulary and narrative productivity in French/English bilingual elementary school children. International Symposium on Bilingualism 12, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 23-28 June 2019.

3. Soroli E. & Cohen C. (2018). Bilingual Discourse Analysis (BilDA) project: Research methods in second language acquisition and bilingualism - a manual for transcription, coding and analysis. International Conference on « Cross-lingual analysis and annotation of parallel and comparable corpora: Current and future trends », University Paris Diderot, France, 30 November 2018.

4. Soroli E. (2018). Focal vs. global ways of motion event processing and the role of language: Evidence from categorization tasks and eye tracking. Experimental Linguistics Workshop (ExLing-18). University of Paris Denis-Diderot, 30 August 2018.

5. Vincent C., Soroli E., Engemann H., Hendriks H. & Hickmann M. (2018). Tobii or not Tobii? Assessing the validity of eye tracking data - challenges and solutions. Scandinavian workshop on applied eye tracking (SWAET 2018). Copenhagen, Denmark, 23 August 2018.

6. Soroli E. & Cohen C. (2018). Effects of age and language structure in second language learning: evidence from motion verbs, lexical diversity and syntactic compactness in narratives. Athens Institute for Education and Research. 11th Annual International Conference on Languages & Linguistics, Athens, Greece, 9-12 July 2018.

7. Fyndanis, V., Lind, M., Balčiūnienė, I., Bjekić, J., Ceder, K., Gavarró, A., Grohmann, K., Haaland-Johansson, Jacquemot, C., Blom Johansson, M., Kambanaros, M., Kovacevic, M., Kuvač, J., Martínez-Ferreiro, S., Méndez-Orellana, C., Rofes, A., Røste, I., Hernández Sacristán, C., Gram Simonsen, H., Soroli, E., Sör, I., Vuksanović, J., Zakariás, L. & Howard D. (2017). Crosslinguistic adaptations of The Comprehensive Aphasia Test. 2nd International Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists Conference 2017, Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, Holland, 6-9 February 2017.

8. Sarda L., Meulleman M., Danino Ch., Fagard B. & Soroli E. (2016). Existence & Perception en français. ” Existential Constructions in Typological Perspective” International Conference. Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France, 19 November 2016.

9. Soroli, E. (2016). Acquired Aphasia and Second Language Learning: How Aphasic-like is non-Native Language Processing? 9th Annual International Conference on Languages & Linguistics. ATINER, Athens Institute for Education and Research. Athens, Greece, 4-7 July 2016.

10. Fyndanis, V., Lind, M., Simonsen, H., Soroli, E. et al. (2016). Cross-linguistic adaptations of The Comprehensive Aphasia Test: challenges and solutions. 16th International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics Association Conference. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, 15-18 June 2016.

11. Engemann, H., Hickmann, M., Hendriks, H. & Soroli, E. (2015). Does language affect memory of motion? Evidence from English and French children. International Child Language Symposium 2015. University of Warwick, United Kingdom, 20-21 July 2015.

12. Soroli, E. (2015). Spatial representations and high-level cognitive processes from a cross-linguistic perspective. 13th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Cognitive Discourse Analysis Session, Newcastle, United Kingdom, 20-25 July 2015.

13. Sarda L., Carlier A., Cappelle B., Danino Ch., Fagard B., Gecseg Z., Meulleman M., Paykin K., Soroli E. & Tayalati F. (2015). Parallel corpora as a tool for the analysis of existential constructions.  Colloque International « La prédication existentielle dans les langues naturelles : valeurs et repérages, structures et modalités ». INALCO, Paris, France, 10-11 April 2015.

14. Soroli E. & Verkerk, A. (2015). Motion events and synchronic variation in Greek: Theoretical and methodological issues. NINJAL International Symposium: Typology and Cognition in Motion Event Descriptions. Tokyo, Japan, 24-25 January 2015.

15. Hickmann, M., Soroli, E., Engemann, H., Hendriks, H. & Vincent, C. (2014). Typological factors in the development of verbal and non-verbal spatial cognition: a comparison of French and English infants. 5th International Conference in Cognitive Linguistics, University of Lancaster, United Kingdom, 29-31 July 2014.

16. Soroli, E. (2014). The expression of spatial semantic components in French and Greek: an experimental, cross-linguistic and developmental account. 7th Annual International Conference on Languages & Linguistics. ATINER, Athens, Greece, 7-10 July 2014.

17. Hickmann M., Hendriks H., Engemann H., Soroli E. & Vincent C. (2014). Verbal and non-verbal cognition in English and French: adults and child L1 acquisition. International Conference of the Langacross ANR-DFG project - Linguistic diversity and cognition : implications for first and second language acquisition. University of Lille, France, 20-21 June 2014.

18. Soroli, E. & Vincent, C. (2014). Représentations spatiales et stratégies linguistiques de l’apprenant : qu’ont à nous dire les mouvements oculaires sur l’interface langage-cognition ? Conférence internationale « Multimodalité - perspectives interdisciplinaires : nouvelles questions et nouvelles méthodologies », INALCO, Paris, France, 6 June 2014.

19. Soroli, E. (2013). Seeing, Thinking and Speaking across languages: a developmental perspective. 46th Annual International Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europea 2013 - “Space, Time and Existence Session: Typological, cognitive and philosophical viewpoints” Workshop. University of Split, Split, Croatia, 17-21 September 2013.

20. Soroli E. (2011). Do language-specific properties constrain the way we think and speak about space? Evidence from Greek. New Trends on Experimental Psycholinguistics, Madrid, Spain, 28-30 September 2011.

21. Soroli E. & Hickmann, M. (2011). Representation of motion events in Greek, English, and French: evidence from verbal and non-verbal tasks. 12th International Pragmatics Association (IprA). Manchester, United Kingdom, 3-8 July 2011.

22. Soroli E. (2011). Encoding and allocating attention to motion events in English, French, and Greek: typological perspectives. 4th International Conference of the French Cognitive Linguistics Association (AFLICO). Lyon, France, 24-27 May 2011.

23. Ji, Y., Hendriks, H., Iakovleva, T. & Soroli E. (2010). Space and language typology: does one shoe fit all? International Conference Space and Time across Languages, Disciplines and Cultures (STALDAC). Cambridge, UK, 8-10 April 2010.

 

Poster presentations (international conferences)

1. Soroli E. (2018). Event processing in agrammatic aphasia: does language guide visual processing and similarity judgments? International Aphasia Rehabilitation Conference (IARC 2018). University of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal, 5-7 September 2018.

2. Soroli, E. (2017). The role of language on spatial representations and second language processing: evidence from similarity-judgement tasks and eye tracking. Event Representations in Brain, Lanuage and Development Conference. Max Planck Institute for 3. Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, Holland, 27-28 October 2017.

4. Soroli, E. (2017). Motion events in Greek: evidence from production and eye-tracking. Neglected Aspects of Motion International Conference. Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France, 19-21 May 2017.

5. Engemann, H., Vincent, C., Soroli, E. & Hickmann, M. (2016). Conceptualization in process: Motion event processing in English and French. The Attentive Listener in the Visual World (AttLis 2016), 3rd AttLis workshop, Potsdam, Germany, 10 March 2016.

6. Soroli, E. (2015). Categorization, semantic representation and visual attention in agrammatic aphasia: Evidence from cross-linguistic and eye-tracking data. COST-year meeting and conference, City University London, London, United Kingdom, 4-6 March, 2015.

7. Hickmann, M., Engemann, H., Soroli, E., Hendriks, H. & Vincent, C. (2013). Expressing and categorizing motion in French and English: Verbal and non-verbal cognition across languages. International Workshop SYLEX III: Space and Motion across Languages and Applications, University of Zaragoza, Spain, 21-22 November 2013.

8. Soroli, E. (2013). Event categorization, semantic representation and visual attention in agrammatic aphasia: a cross-linguistic study. 11th International Symposium of Psycholinguistics. Tenerife, Spain, 20-23 March 2013.

9. Soroli, E. & Sahraoui, H. (2011). Do language-specific properties constrain the way we think and speak about space? Evidence from English and French agrammatic aphasia. New Trends on Experimental Psycholinguistics, Madrid, Spain, 28-30 September 2011.

10. Soroli, E., Sahraoui, H. & Sacchett, C. (2011). Space and language in English and French agrammatism: linking eye-fixations and linguistic encoding. The British Aphasiology conference, Reading, United Kingdom, 6-8 September 2011.

11. Soroli, E. (2011). Spatial encoding in English and in French: Typological constraints on second language acquisition and aphasia. International Conference: Variations dans l’acquisition des langues premières et secondes - perspectives comparatives. Paris, France, 7-9 June, 2011.

12. Soroli, E., Hickmann, M. & Sahraoui, H. (2011). Encoding and decoding motion events in English and French: Comparative case-studies in agrammatism and anomia. 49th International Meeting of the Academy of Aphasia, Montreal, Canada, 15-18 October 2011.

13. Soroli, E. & Hickmann, M. (2010). Crosslinguistic spatial cognition: exploring visuospatial thinking and speaking. Summer Institute in Cognitive Sciences 2010: The Origins of Language. Montreal, Canada, 21-30 June 2010.

 

Manuals/Patents

1. Hickmann, M., Hendriks, H., Demagny, A-C, Engeman, H., Iakovleva, T., Ji Y., Ochsenbauer, A-K. & Soroli E. (2013). La représentation de l’espace - études expérimentales, translinguistiques et dévelopmentales. Volume I: Manuel de codage/Coding Library for CLAN

2. Hickmann, M., Hendriks, H., Demagny, A-C, Engeman, H., Iakovleva, T., Ji Y., Ochsenbauer, A-K. & Soroli E. (2014). La représentation de l’espace - études expérimentales et translinguistiques et dévelopmentales. Volume II: Annexes/Coding Library for CLAN

3. Soroli E. & Cohen, C. (2018). Research methods in second language acquisition and Bilingualism – BilDA (bilingual discourse analysis): a kit for transcription, coding and analysis/ Coding Library for CLAN software. INEXDEB project.

 

Theses

1. Soroli E. (2011). Language and spatial cognition in English and in French: crosslinguistic perspectives in aphasia. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Paris 8, France

Thesis supervisor: Maya Hickmann (CNRS).

Co-supervisor: Jean-Luc Nespoulous (Université de Toulouse).

Thesis defense committee: Dan Slobin (reporter, University of Berkeley, USA); Loraine Obler (reporter, CUNY, USA); Michèle Kail (CNRS); Michel Aurnague (CNRS & Université de Toulouse).

Summa cum laude

 

2. Soroli E. (2005). Perception and production of foreign phonetic contrasts by adult dyslexic subjects. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis, University of Paris 11, Orsay-Sud-Saclay, France.

M.Sc. supervisor : Franck Ramus

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