Publications & Presentations
Judith Kalinowski, Laura Hansel, Michaela Vystrčilová, Alexander Ecker and Nivedita Mani (in prep.): The development of early phonological networks: An analysis of individual longitudinal vocabulary growth.
Judith Kalinowski (accepted): ‘Leichte Sprache’ in German as a Foreign Language: An empirical study about Compound Segmentation and Anaphora Use. Linguistische Berichte.
Verena Spratte, Laura Euhus & Judith Kalinowski (2020): The problem of 0.999...: Teachers’ school-related content knowledge and their reactions to misconceptions. Eleventh Congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education, Utrecht University, Feb 2019, Utrecht, Netherlands.
Judith Kalinowski (2023): Children build on what they know: Early phonological networks grow in a rich-get-richer manner. Poster presentation at the workshop From icon to abstraction: how iconicity shapes the lexicon across modalities, Birmingham, England.
Judith Kalinowski (2022): Are early learned words systematic? Poster presentation at the 7th Lancaster International Conference on Infant and Early Child Development, Lancaster, England.
Judith Kalinowski (2022): Does lexical curiosity lead to systematic word acquisition? Poster presentation at the Social curiosity workshop, Göttingen, Germany.