Thesis title: Words in the Multilingual Mind
Coming from a bilingual background in Greek and German, language has always been an integral part of my life. The fascination for me lies in how we as humans use it to build meaningful connections. I have a knack for all kinds of language-related things such as puns, writing poetry, patterns, learning a new language etc.
Master of Science (MSc) in Developmental Linguistics, The University of Edinburgh, UK
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in English Literature & Linguistics (Major), Media & Communication (Minor), University of Zurich, Switzerland
Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring, University of Warwick, UK
- Tutor for LEL2D "Cross-linguistic Variation: Limits and Theories"
- Tutor for LEL2E "History and Structure of European Languages"
- Tutor for "Child Bilingualism: Language & Cognition" (Honours' course)
- June 2018 - Oral presentation "Onset of disambiguation as word learning strategy delayed in multilingual infants – Insights from eye-tracking research" at Linguistics & English Language Postgraduate Conference (LELPGC18), The University of Edinburgh, UK
- April 2018 - Poster presentation "Onset of disambiguation as word learning strategy delayed in multilingual infants – In-sights from eye-tracking research" - at the 62nd Language at Edinburgh Lunch, University of Ediburgh, Edinburgh, UK
- March 2018 - Poster presentation "Disambiguation: Source or consequence of word learning?" at the 31st Annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference, University of California, Davis, CA, USA
- June 2017 - Poster presentation "Are bilinguals just like two monolinguals? Insights from eye-tracking research with infants" at the Workshop for Infant Language Development, Basque Centre on Cognition, Brain and Language (San Sebastian), Bilbao, Spain
- June 2017 - Poster presentation "Are bilinguals just like two monolinguals? Insights from eye-tracking research with infants" at the International Symposium on Bilingualism, The University of Limerick, Ireland
- June 2016 - Oral presentation "Monolingual & bilingual: Putative impact of infants’ language experience on disambiguation of novel word-object mappings and their retention" at Linguistics & English Language Postgraduate Conference, The University of Edinburgh, UK
- July 2014 - Poster presented at 4th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School, Joint summer school organised by the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at UCL and Max-Planck-Institute for Cognitive & Brain Sciences, UCL Campus London, UK
- September 2019 - "Investigating disambiguation as mapping and retention constraint in monolingual and multilingual children - A developmental eye-tracking study" (PI: Antonella Sorace, Vicky Chondrogiannia) at the Bilingualism Matters Research Symposium 2019, Univeristy of Edinburgh, UK
- September 2016 - "Monolingual & bilingual: Putative impact of infants’ language experience on disambiguation of novel word-object mappings and their retention" at 51st Linguistics Colloquium / Foreign and Own Languages. Linguistic Perspectives, Vilnius University, Lithuania
Repnik, K. M. (2018). Disambiguation: Learning strategy or outcome of word learning? - Insights from mono- and bilingual children. In V. Masiulionytė & S. Volungevičienė (Eds.), Fremde und eigene Sprachen. Linguistische Perspektiven / Foreign and Own Languages. Linguistic Perspectives. (pp. 457-468). Berlin, Germany: Peter Lang.