Franziska Köder

Researcher and Lab Manager
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Research

My main area of expertise is psycholinguistics, more specifically children’s acquisition and processing of semantic and pragmatic aspects of language (e.g. figurative language, deixis, speech reports). In my research, I use different kinds of methods such as eye-tracking, behavioral tasks, and questionnaires.

I am currently project manager of the project "Better attention, better communication? How ADHD and multilingualism influence children’s pragmatic development", funded by The Research Council of Norway. The goal of the project is to investigate the role of visual and executive attention in the pragmatic development of monolingual and multilingual children with and without Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

Background

I am dividing my time between psycholinguistic research and managing MultiLing’s Socio-Cognitive Laboratory. I have a PhD from the University of Groningen, The Netherlands, and a MA in German Language & Literature, and Philosophy from the University of Heidelberg, Germany. Before joining MultiLing, I worked as postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Oslo in the project "Acquiring Figurative Meanings".

Tags: Psycholinguistics, eye-tracking, Language Acquisition, Pragmatics

Publications

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  • Baa, L.; Juvik, E.B.; Köder, Franziska & Garraffa, Maria (2020). Nórth Sami translation/adaptation of the LEAP-Questionnaire.
  • Falkum, Ingrid Lossius & Köder, Franziska (2020). Speaking ironically: Does tone of voice affect children's understanding?.
  • Juvik, E.B.; Köder, Franziska & Garraffa, Maria (2020). Norwegian translation/adaptation of the LEAP-Questionnaire.
  • Köder, Franziska & Falkum, Ingrid Lossius (2020). Children’s metonymy comprehension: Evidence from eye-tracking and picture selection.
  • Falkum, Ingrid Lossius & Köder, Franziska (2019). Speaking ironically: Does tone of voice influence understanding.
  • Köder, Franziska & Falkum, Ingrid Lossius (2019). Speaking ironically: Does tone of voice influence children's understanding?.
  • Falkum, Ingrid Lossius & Köder, Franziska (2018). Children's understanding of the ironical tone of voice: Evidence from eye-tracking and picture selection.
  • Falkum, Ingrid Lossius & Köder, Franziska (2018). Figurative language acquisition: evidence from eye-tracking and picture selection.
  • Falkum, Ingrid Lossius & Köder, Franziska (2018). Figurative language development: Evidence from eye-tracking and picture selection.
  • Falkum, Ingrid Lossius & Köder, Franziska (2017). Acquiring figurative meanings: Irony and epistemic vigilance.
  • Falkum, Ingrid Lossius & Köder, Franziska (2017). Metonymy and irony acquisition: Evidence from eye-tracking and picture selection.
  • Falkum, Ingrid Lossius; Köder, Franziska & Mascaro, Olivier (2017). Acquiring figurative meanings: A study in developmental pragmatics.
  • Köder, Franziska & Falkum, Ingrid Lossius (2017). Acquiring figurative meanings: Evidence from eye-tracking.
  • Falkum, Ingrid Lossius & Köder, Franziska (2016). Children's comprehension of metonymy.
  • Falkum, Ingrid Lossius & Köder, Franziska (2016). Children's comprehension of metonymy: The role of metalinguistic awareness.
  • Falkum, Ingrid Lossius & Köder, Franziska (2016). Children's processing of metonyms: Evidence from eye movements and picture selection.
  • Falkum, Ingrid Lossius & Köder, Franziska (2016). Saying that p when not p: Learning to distinguish different communicative intentions.
  • Köder, Franziska (2016). A Practical Guide to Eye-Tracking.
  • Köder, Franziska (2016). Investigating children's acquisition of irony.
  • Köder, Franziska (2016). Isn't it ironic? Investigating children's acquisition of irony.
  • Köder, Franziska (2016, 13. februar). NPO Radio 1, De Taalstaat. [Radio].
  • Köder, Franziska & Falkum, Ingrid Lossius (2016). Children’s processing of metonyms: Evidence from eye movements and picture selection.
  • Köder, Franziska & Falkum, Ingrid Lossius (2016). Children’s processing of metonyms: Evidence from eye movements and picture selection.

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