Dr Agnieszka Konopka
Language production, message formulation, sentence formulation, incrementality and flexibility in language processing, cross-linguistic differences in language processing, linguistic diversity, bilingualism, language and though, implicit learning, syntax, memory for language, source memory, forgetting, metacognition
My research addresses questions in language production and memory for language.
In my work on language production, I focus on incrementality and flexibility in message and sentence formulation. For example, when describing a simple event, how do speakers "plan" what to say and how to say it? How are message-level and sentence-level processes shaped by learning? I approach these questions by studying how speakers plan messages and sentences of varying complexity and in different languages.
In my work on memory for language, I examine native and non-native speakers' memory for simple sentences. Bridging the gap between research on bilingual sentence processing and reconstructive memory, I examine how the process of learning a language changes how we remember information presented in this language.
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Speaking in the Brain: The Interaction between Words and Syntax in Sentence ProductionJournal of Cognitive Neuroscience, vol. 32, no. 8, pp. 1466-1483Contributions to Journals: Articles
Triggered codeswitching: Lexical processing and conversational dynamicsBilingualism, vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 295-308Contributions to Journals: Articles
Encoding actions and verbs: Tracking the timecourse of relational encoding during message and sentence formulationJournal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, vol. 45, no. 8, pp. 1486-1510Contributions to Journals: Articles
Assessing priming for prosodic representations: Speaking rate, intonational phrase boundaries, and pitch accentingMemory & Cognition, vol. 46, no. 4, pp. 625-641Contributions to Journals: Articles
Planning to speak in L1 and L2Cognitive Psychology, vol. 102, pp. 72-104Contributions to Journals: Articles
Presenting the Bangor Autoglosser and the Bangor Automated Clause-SplitterDigital Scholarship in the Humanities, vol. 33, no. 1, pp. 21-28Contributions to Journals: Articles
Accessibility of referent information influences sentence planning: An eye-tracking studyFrontiers in Psychology, vol. 8, no. FEB, 250Contributions to Journals: Articles
Accessibility of Referent Information Influences Sentence Planning: An Eye-Tracking StudyContributions to Conferences: Papers
Prosodic encoding of information structure in mandarin Chinese: Evidence from picture description taskProceedings of the International Conference on Speech Prosody, vol. 2016, no. January, pp. 726-730Contributions to Journals: Articles
How message similarity shapes the timecourse of sentence formulationJournal of Memory and Language, vol. 84, pp. 1-23Contributions to Journals: Articles