Line Burholt Kristensen

Email

Tel.

+45 3532 8122

Position

PostDoc

Research Interests

My interest lies in the relation between cognition and language, i.e. how cognitive processes reflect linguistic structure and vice versa. As part of the ProGram project, my research uses psycho- and neurolinguistic methods (e.g. reaction time studies and fMRI) to explore processing differences between grammar and lexicon.

Research Groups

ProGram

Curriculum Vitae

Education

2007

MA in Linguistics, PhD

Employments

2013 - Present

Postdoc, ProGram Research Group, University of Copenhagen

2012 - 2013

External lecturer, Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics, University of Copenhagen

2012 - 2013

Research assistant at Centre for Functionally Integrative Neuroscience, Aarhus University Hospital

2009 - 2012

PhD student Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics, University of Copenhagen

Publications

Kristensen, Line Burholt (under udgivelse). Sprog og krop – Psykolingvistik i Danmark, NyDanske Studier 50

Kristensen, Line Burholt & Kasper Boye (under udgivelse) Svært ved grammatikken - del 3. Logos: Audiologopædisk tidsskrift 77.

Kristensen, Line Burholt & Kasper Boye (2016) Svært ved grammatikken - del 2. Logos: Audiologopædisk tidsskrift 76, 4-7.

Clausen, Sara Juul & Line Burholt Kristensen (2016) Scandinavian Prosody – same, but different! Blog-indlæg på bloggen Cambridge Extra

Clausen, Sara Juul & Line Burholt Kristensen (2015). The cognitive status of stød. Nordic Journal of Linguistics 38, 163-187.

Kristensen, Line Burholt & Mikkel Wallentin (2015) Putting Broca's region into context: fMRI evidence for a role in predictive language processing. I Roel M. Willems (red.), Cognitive Neuroscience of Natural Language Use. (s. 160-181). Kapitel 8. Cambridge University Press.

Kristensen, Line Burholt (2015). Svært ved grammatikken - del 1. Logos: Audiologopædisk tidsskrift, 75.

Boeg Thomsen, Ditte, & Line Burholt Kristensen (2014). Semantic role assignment in Danish children and adults. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia, 46(2), 159-198.

Kristensen, Line Burholt, Elisabeth Engberg-Pedersen & Mikkel Wallentin (2014) Context predicts Word Order Processing in Broca’s Region. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 26 (12), 2762-2777.

Vinther, Nicoline Munck, Kasper Boye & Line Burholt Kristensen. (2014). Grammatikken i baggrunden: Opmærksomhed under læsning. NyDanske Studier 47. 99-139.

Kristensen, Line Burholt, Elisabeth Engberg-Pedersen and Mads Poulsen (2014) Context improves comprehension of fronted objects, Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 43(2), 125-140.

Kristensen, Line Burholt, Elisabeth Engberg-Pedersen, Andreas Højlund Nielsen and Mikkel Wallentin (2013). The influence of context on word order processing - an fMRI study, Journal of Neurolinguistics 26(1), 73-88.

Kristensen, Line Burholt, Lin Wang, Karl Magnus Petersson and Peter Hagoort (2013) The interface between language and attention: Prosodic focus marking recruits a general attention network in spoken language comprehension, Cerebral Cortex 23(8), 1836-1848.

Kristensen, Line Burholt (2013) Context, you need: Experimental approaches to information structure processing, ph.d.-afhandling, Det Humanistiske Fakultet, Københavns Universitet, 192 sider.

Wallentin, Mikkel, Line Burholt Kristensen, Jacob Hedeager Olsen and Andreas Højlund Nielsen (2011) Eye movement suppression interferes with construction of object-centered spatial reference frames in working memory, Brain and Cognition 77(3), 432-437.