Dr Janna (Trudy) Krajenbrink
BA Groningen, MA Groningen, PhD Macq/IDEALAB.
Office : 3.814
Phone : +61 2 9850 2962
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Department of Cognitive Science
Australian Hearing Hub
16 University Avenue
Macquarie University NSW 2109
I completed a Bachelor of Linguistics at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands, in 2008. I continued with a Masters of Neurolinguistics at the University of Groningen. As part of this degree I completed a research internship in 2009 at the Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science (MACCS), under supervision of Prof Lyndsey Nickels. This internship resulted in a research thesis on a case of acquired letter-by-letter reading. After finishing my Masters degree in 2010, I worked at a centre for assessment and treatment of learning disorders (primarily dyslexia) in the Netherlands. In 2011 I decided to come back to Macquarie University to commence a PhD under supervision of Prof Lyndsey Nickels and Dr Saskia Kohnen. My PhD investigated acquired spelling impairment after brain damage, through experimental case studies and treatment studies.
My PhD was also part of an Erasmus Mundus Joint PhD program called IDEALAB: International Doctorate for Experimental Approaches to Language and Brain. Macquarie University partners in this program together with four European Universities: University of Potsdam, Germany; University of Groningen, the Netherlands; University of Trento, Italy; and Newcastle University, UK (http://em-idealab.com).
My research involves investigating patterns of acquired language impairment to better understand the structure of cognitive processes and representations that underlie spoken and written language production. Furthermore, I am interested in mechanisms and theories of recovery after acquired language impairment, and using treatment to test theories of language processing.
Upcoming CCD Seminars
- Wednesday 22nd Feb,
Dr Dries Trippas,
"Belief bias in syllogistic reasoning: A meta-analysis of ROC data."
- Thursday 23rd Feb,
Dr Edwin Burns,
"Our experiences with faces and language shape face perception."
- Friday 24th Feb,
"Perception of L2 morphophonology by Mandarin learners of English. ..."
- Wednesday 1st Mar,
Professor Ocke-Schwen Bohn,
"Infant directed speech and its implications for language development: ..."
- Wednesday 1st Mar,
Distinguished Professor Douglas H Whalen,
"Characteristics and usefulness of phonetic variability. (CLaS-CCD ..."