The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Linguistics, Neuroscience of multilingualism, Psycholinguistics, First language and Narrative. Her study in Negotiation extends to Linguistics with its themes. Her work in Neuroscience of multilingualism addresses subjects such as Multilingualism, which are connected to disciplines such as Mental lexicon, Context, Subject and Strengths and weaknesses.
Her Psycholinguistics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Conceptual change, Language transfer and Second-language acquisition. Her First language research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Identity, Cognitive psychology, Automaticity and Media studies. The various areas that she examines in her Narrative study include Gossip, Daydream, Psychoanalysis, Interdisciplinarity and Focus.
Aneta Pavlenko mainly focuses on Linguistics, Neuroscience of multilingualism, Multilingualism, First language and Narrative. As part of the same scientific family, she usually focuses on Linguistics, concentrating on Negotiation and intersecting with Socialization. In her research, Concept map is intimately related to Psycholinguistics, which falls under the overarching field of Neuroscience of multilingualism.
Her work in Multilingualism tackles topics such as Sociolinguistics which are related to areas like Language education and Pedagogy. She works mostly in the field of First language, limiting it down to topics relating to Media studies and, in certain cases, Anthropology, Humanities and Identity, as a part of the same area of interest. Her studies deal with areas such as Comprehension approach, Subject and Psychoanalysis as well as Narrative.
Linguistics, Neuroscience of multilingualism, First language, Second language and Multilingualism are her primary areas of study. She performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Linguistics and Motion via her papers. Her research in First language intersects with topics in Cognitive psychology and Automaticity.
Her Second language research includes themes of Object naming, Referent and Word use. Her Multilingualism study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Latin Americans and Linguistic system. In Context, Aneta Pavlenko works on issues like German, which are connected to Language Management.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Linguistics, Neuroscience of multilingualism, First language, Motion and Categorization. Her Neuroscience of multilingualism research incorporates elements of Object naming, Second language and Lexical item. Aneta Pavlenko interconnects Dominance, Noun, Cross linguistic and Word use in the investigation of issues within Second language.
The First language study combines topics in areas such as Cognitive psychology, Introspection, Foreign language and Affect. The study incorporates disciplines such as Part of speech, Lexical representation, Lexicon and Mandarin Chinese in addition to Categorization. Her studies in Construal level theory integrate themes in fields like Cognitive science, Narrative, Language and thought and Intersubjectivity.
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Crosslinguistic Influence in Language and Cognition
Scott Jarvis;Aneta Pavlenko.
Negotiation of identities in multilingual contexts
Adrian Blackledge;Aneta Pavlenko.
International Journal of Bilingualism (2001)
Autobiographic Narratives as Data in Applied Linguistics
Applied Linguistics (2007)
Emotions and Multilingualism
Introduction: New Theoretical Approaches to the Study of Negotiation of Identities in Multilingual Contexts
Aneta Pavlenko;Adrian Blackledge.
Negotiation of identities in multilingual contexts, 2004, ISBN 1-85359-646-9, págs. 1-33 (2004)
Emotion Vocabulary in Interlanguage
Jean-Marc Dewaele;Aneta Pavlenko.
Language Learning (2002)
New Approaches to Concepts in Bilingual Memory.
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition (1999)
Emotion and emotion-laden words in the bilingual lexicon
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition (2008)
Affective processing in bilingual speakers: Disembodied cognition?
International Journal of Psychology (2012)
Bilingualism and emotions
Multilingua-journal of Cross-cultural and Interlanguage Communication (2002)
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