Ludivine Crible

Marie Curie Fellow

  • Psychology
  • School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences

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Room G28, Psychology Building

7 George Square, Edinburgh
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French national, I moved to Belgium to carry out a Master and PhD programme in Linguistics at the Université catholique de Louvain. I obtained my PhD in 2017. Since then I worked as a guest lecturer and post-doctoral research fellow at that same university, until January 2019. I have also briefly worked at the University of the West of England in 2018. I am currently a Marie Curie fellow at the University of Edinburgh.


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Research summary

My work is on discourse markers, primarily in speech. I have worked on a multilingual and multimodal approach to disfluency. I have developed methods of corpus annotation for spoken data. I focus in particular on the functions of discourse markers and their variation.

Current research interests

I am currently working on discourse relation signaling in spoken and written data in English and French, using both corpus-based and experimental methods to assess the impact of discourse signals on cognitive processing in different contexts/genres.

Research activities

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Project activity

"Selfish discourse": investigating the production and comprehension of discourse relations and their signals in speech and writing

Current project grants

Marie Curie Post-doctoral Fellowship (01/02/19 - 31/01/21)

View all 16 publications on Research Explorer