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Ludivine GLAS

PhD Student

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ludivine.glas@wanadoo.fr

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  Training and professional background
  Research interests
  Participation in research projects
  Teaching
  Other international activities
  Main publications and conferences

TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND


 

In progress: PhD in Linguistic Sciences
Thesis title: Input influence on early vocabulary acquisition in french children
Supervisor : Sophie Kern
Summary
Individual, social and linguistic features can explain variability observed in early vocabulary acquisition. One original feature of this work is to combine focus on both quantity and quality of input with an assessment of activity context influence. Indeed influences of quantitative and qualitative aspects of input on early lexicon development are clearly showed in previous study. In addition, other research has described language development and input differences according to activity type. However, most of these studies have restricted their analyses to one or two activity contexts for example free play and book-reading, and linked these activities to input and older development skills such as literacy. Thus, activity context is seldom studied throughout longitudinal corpus data and its relationship to early vocabulary acquisition has never been examined so far.
While taking into account the results of previous studies, the goal of this thesis is to pay specific attention to input inter-individual and intra-individual variability according to contexts and families’ activities to explain children’s developmental trends.
More precisely, in order to shed light on early vocabulary acquisition, we analyze the productions of 10 French monolingual children from first word to beginning of grammar in interaction with their caregivers and close family at the children’s homes.
Another special feature to this work is the ethological approach adopted for the observation and analysis of activity: we have observed all the activities in longitudinal spontaneous data recordings made at the children’s home.

 

2009/2011: MSc , Animal and human behavior (Rennes, 35)

 

2006/2009: BSc , Biology of organisms (Montpellier, 34)

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS


 

Comparaisons translinguistiques de l'input langagier

 

Early vocabulary acquisition (1-3 years)

 

Word frequency

 

Input characteristic

 

Context and activity

 

Child ethology

 

PARTICIPATION IN RESEARCH PROJECTS


 

2012-2015 : PREMS Project, Phonological development and input influences on first words.
Project coordinator: S. Kern.

 

TEACHING


 

2015-2016, Cognitive Sciences,
Semester 3: human language and animal communication
Psychology Institute - Lyon University

 

2014-2015, Cognitive Sciences,
Semester 3: human language and animal communication
Psychology Institute - Lyon University

 

2013-2014, Cognitive Sciences

  • Semester 3: human language and animal communication, Psychology Institute - Lyon University
  • Semester 2: cognitive psychology of development, Psychology Institute - Lyon University
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    2012-2013, Cognitive Sciences,

  • Semester 3: human language and animal communication, Psychology Institute - Lyon University
  • Semester 2: cognitive psychology of development, Psychology Institute - Lyon University
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    OTHER INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES


     

    2015
    Summer School: EMCL7 – 7th Empirical Methods in Cognitive Linguistics workshop (Joao Pessoa, Brazil, August 2-8)

     

    2014
    Summer School: ISOLDE – The Summer School on Infant Studies On Language Development in Europe (Potsdam, Germany, July 7-11)

     

    MAIN PUBLICATIONS AND CONFERENCES
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    PhDs and master thesis
     

    Glas, L., 2011, "Développement langagier au cours de la période préscolaire : différences sexuées et influence de l’environnement langagier. Sous la direction de Stéphanie Barbu, Alban Lemasson,et Jean-Pierre Chevrot ", Rapport de stage Master 2, Laboratoire d'éthologie animale et humaine, Université de Rennes 1, Rennes


     

    Glas, L., 2011, "Le sexe, un facteur de variabilité interindividuelle dans le langage ? Mise en évidence, dynamique développementale et déterminants. Sous la direction de Stéphanie Barbu, Alban Lemasson et Jean-Pierre Chevrot", Mémoire bibliographique de master 2, Laboratoire d'éthologie animale et humaine, Université de Rennes 1, Rennes


     

    Glas, L., 2010, "Les échanges vocaux chez la mone de Campbell (Cercopithecus campbelli campbelli) : utilisation, perception. Sous la direction d’ Alban Lemasson et Stéphanie Barbu", Rapport de stage Master 1, Laboratoire d'éthologie animale et humaine, Université de Rennes 1, Rennes


    Journals
     

    Glas, L., Rossi, C., Hamdi, R., Batailler, C. & Bellemmouche, H., accepté, "Activity types and child-directed speech: a comparison between French, Tunisian Arabic and English", Canadian Journal of Linguistics, XX


     

    Barbu, S., Nardy, A., Chevrot, J.P., Guellaï, B., Glas, L., Juhel, J. & Lemasson, A., 2015, "Sex differences in language across early childhood: Family socioeconomic status does not impact boys and girls equally", Frontiers in Psychology, 6, pp. 1894 ((article))


     

    Lemasson, A., Glas, L., Barbu, S., Lacroix, A., Guilloux, M., Remeuf, K. & Koda, H., 2011, "Youngsters do not pay attention to conversational rules : is this so for nonhuman primates? ", Scientific Reports, 1:22 (Article)


    Conferences with proceedings
     

    Glas, L. & Kern, S., 2014, "Lien entre acquisition des premiers mots chez des enfants francophones monolingues et leur environnement langagier", actes de 30èmes Journées d’Étude sur la Parole, Le Mans, France, 23-27 juin 2014 (poster)


    Conference presentations
     

    Glas, L. & Kern, S., 2015, "Early vocabulary development in French monolingual children and activity types", Workshop on Infant Language Development, Stockholm, June 10-12


     

    Kern, S., Chenu, F. & Glas, L., 2015, "Role of frequency and phonetic complexity on first words order of acquisition", Child Language Symposium, University of Warwick, 20th - 21st July 2015


     

    Glas, L. & Rossi, C., 2014, "Activity contexts and early vocabulary development: a cross linguistic study", Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics, Washington D.C., United States, March 14-16, 2014 (poster)


     

    Glas, L. & Kern, S., 2014, "Lien entre acquisition des premiers mots chez des enfants francophones monolingues et leur environnement langagier", 30èmes Journées d’Étude sur la Parole, Le Mans, France, 23-27 juin 2014 (poster)


     

    dos Santos, C., Kern, S. & Glas, L., 2014, "Noun and predicate acquisition are different: evidence from input frequency and neighbourhood density", 13th International Congress for the Study of Child Language, Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 14-18, 2014 (poster)




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