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Marit Lobben

Førsteamanuensis
Seksjon for norsk
Norsk

Utdanning

2010       PhD in Linguistics: Disputation date: 12.06.2010. Faculty of Humanities/Department of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies, University of Oslo/Norway

1991      Master (Candidata Philologae), Linguistics, Hausa language. Faculty of Humanities/Department of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies, University of Oslo/Norway

1987   Bachelor, (Candidata Magisterae) Linguistics, English, Social anthropology, Russian. Faculty of Humanities/Department of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies, University of Oslo/Norway

1983     Baccalaureate, languages (English, German, French, Spanish). Hokksund Gymnas/Norway

Forskning og utvikling

Semantiske kategorier, nevrolingvistikk, polysemi, syntaks, embodied cognition, nominalklasser, rytme på tvers av musikk og språk. 

Publikasjoner

2018    Asano, R., Bornus, P., Craft, J. T., Dolscheid, S., Faber, S.E.M., Haase, V., Heimerich,M., Kopparti, R., Lobben, M., Osawa, A.M., Oudyk, K., Trettenbrein, P.C., Varelmann, T., Wehrle, S., Ya, R., Grice, M., Vogeley. K. Spring School on Language, Music, and Cognition: Organizing Events in Time. Music and Science. Accepted, 4th August 2018.

2017    Lobben, M., & Bochynska, A. Grounding by Attention Simulation in Peripersonal Space: Pupils Dilate to Pinch Grip But Not Big Size Nominal Classifier. Cognitive science42(2), 576-599. Citations: 2

2016    Lobben, M., D’Ascenzo, S., & Bochynska, A. (2016). Grounding hand-related grammatical categories in peripersonal space: evidence from reaction times, pupil dilation and functional MRI. UK-CLC 2016, 85.

2015    Lobben, M., & D’Ascenzo, S. (2015). Grounding grammatical categories: attention bias in hand space influences grammatical congruency judgment of Chinese nominal classifiers. Frontiers in psychology6, 1299. Citaions: 0

2012    Lobben, M. Semantic Classification in Category-Specific Semantic Impairments Reflected in the Typology of Bantu Noun Class Systems. In 41st Annual Conference on African Linguistics(pp. 128-140). Cascadilla Proceedings Project. Citations: 1

2011    Agreement and relative topicality in the –aC causative/caused-motion and benefactive constructions in Hausa. Proceedings from the 5th BICCL (2009) (Biennial International Colloquium on the Chadic Languages), Leipzig 2009. ISBN 978-1-57473-452-2

2010    Lobben, M. The Hausa causative and benefactive in a cognitive and cross-linguistic perspective. PhD dissertation (monograph). University of Oslo. Citations: 7

1991    Lobben, M. Pluralization of Hausa nouns viewed from psycholinguistic experiments and child language data (monograph). Citations: 20