2012 - Member of Academia Europaea
His scientific interests lie mostly in Linguistics, German, Grammar, Language acquisition and Psycholinguistics. His study involves Inflection, Verb, Regular and irregular verbs, First language and Second-language acquisition, a branch of Linguistics. His Inflection research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Plural and Specific language impairment.
The German study combines topics in areas such as Dissociation, Noun, Control, Agreement and Phrase structure rules. His work in Grammar tackles topics such as Syntax which are related to areas like Semantics, Sentence processing, Deep linguistic processing and Language identification. His study looks at the intersection of Language acquisition and topics like Developmental linguistics with Language transfer and Learnability.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Linguistics, German, Inflection, Verb and Priming. His research investigates the connection between Linguistics and topics such as Natural language processing that intersect with issues in Contrastive linguistics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Control, Specific language impairment, First language, Agreement and Second language in addition to German.
His studies examine the connections between Inflection and genetics, as well as such issues in Mental lexicon, with regards to Lexicon. His Priming study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Word recognition and Lexical decision task. His Language acquisition research integrates issues from Developmental linguistics and Second-language acquisition.
His primary areas of study are Linguistics, Priming, German, Cognitive psychology and Inflection. His study in Verb, First language, Control, Subject and Neuroscience of multilingualism are all subfields of Linguistics. His Priming study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Prime, Word recognition and Turkish.
His German study combines topics in areas such as Agreement, Affix, Specific language impairment and Lexicon. He combines subjects such as Language production, Neural correlates of consciousness and Cognition with his study of Cognitive psychology. Harald Clahsen has researched Inflection in several fields, including Semantics and Feature.
His primary scientific interests are in Linguistics, Priming, Verb, First language and Cognitive psychology. His study in Linguistics focuses on Inflection, German, Language acquisition, Control and Grammar. His Grammar course of study focuses on Task analysis and Psycholinguistics.
His Verb study incorporates themes from Class, Generalization, Productivity and Portuguese. His First language research incorporates elements of Language proficiency and Word recognition. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Cognitive psychology, focusing on Neural correlates of consciousness and, on occasion, Cued speech, Language production, Developmental psychology and Past tense.
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Overregularization in Language Acquisition
Marcus Gf;Pinker S;Ullman M;Hollander M.
Grammatical Processing in Language Learners.
Harald Clahsen;Claudia Felser.
Applied Psycholinguistics (2006)
On determining developmental stages in natural second language acquisition
Jürgen M. Meisel;Harald Clahsen;Manfred Pienemann.
Studies in Second Language Acquisition (1981)
Lexical entries and rules of language: a multidisciplinary study of German inflection.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences (1999)
The availability of universal grammar to adult and child learners - a study of the acquisition of German word order:
Harald Clahsen;Pieter Muysken.
Second Language Research (1986)
German inflection: The exception that proves the rule
Gary F. Marcus;Ursula Brinkmann;Harald Clahsen;Richard Wiese.
Cognitive Psychology (1995)
Deutsch als Zweitsprache : der Spracherwerb ausländischer Arbeiter
Harald Clahsen;Jürgen M. Meisel;Manfred Pienemann;Forschungsgruppe Zisa.
The grammatical characterization of developmental dysphasia
Constraints on Parameter Setting: A Grammatical Analysis of Some Acquisition Stages in German Child Language
Language Acquisition (1990)
Syntax and Morphology in Williams Syndrome.
Harald Clahsen;Mayella Almazan.
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