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Emilie AILHAUD

ATER

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emilie.ailhaud@univ-lyon2.fr

Teams : DENDY 


  Training and professional background
  Research interests
  Awards and research grants
  Main publications and conferences

TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND


 

Academic Training

  • 2013, October - 2016, December: PhD Linguistics, supervisors Harriet Jisa and Denis Alamargot, University of Lyon 2
    The study of processes in written text production: chronometric data as clues to understanding units of production

  • 2011 - 2013: M.A. Linguistics (with High Honours), University of Lyon 2.
    Traces de la syntaxe en production écrite : une étude en temps réel (M.A. 2 thesis, supervisor: Harriet Jisa)
    Destitution de l'agent dans des textes expositifs écrits et oraux : une étude développementale (M.A. 1 thesis, supervisor: Harriet Jisa)

  • 2008-2011 : B.A. Linguistics (with High Honours), University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis
Research Work
  • 2016, September - 2018, August : ATER ("Teaching and Research Temporary Associate"), Science of Education Department (ISPEF), University of Lyon 2
  • 2013, October - 2016, August : PhD student with a contract

  • 2012, October - 2013, September : Research Assistant, Laboratoire DDL UMR 5596, "DyTO" Project - ANR-11-BSH2-0002

  • 2011, April - July : Internship, Laboratoire DDL UMR 5596

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS


 

Writing

 

Later language acquisition

 

On-line analysis

 

AWARDS AND RESEARCH GRANTS


 

Octobre 2015: Bourse STSM (Short Term Scientific Mission) dans le cadre de l'Action COST IS1401 "Strengthening Europeans' capabilities by establishing the European literacy network"

 

2013-2016 : Contrat doctoral (Labex ASLAN)

 

MAIN PUBLICATIONS AND CONFERENCES
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PhDs and master thesis
 

Ailhaud, E., 2016, "Etude des processus rédactionnels d’untexte:les données temporelles comme indices de la gestion des unités de production", Thèse, Sciences du Langage, Université Lyon 2


Journals
 

Ailhaud, E., 2017, "Les retours sur le texte, traces des processus rédactionnels", Linguistique de l'écrit, 1


 

Chenu, F. & Ailhaud, E., 2016, "La phrase : de la maitrise de ses conventions graphiques à sa pertinence cognitive", LIDIL, 54, pp. 15-34


Conferences with proceedings
 

Ailhaud, E. & Jisa, H., 2015, "Influence de la continuité syntaxique et référentielle sur la dynamique d’écriture de textes", proc. of JéTou, Toulouse, 28-29 mai 2015


Invited presentations
 

Ailhaud, E., Chenu, F. & Jisa, H., 2014, "A developmental perspective on the units of written French. Production and Perception in Different Modalities : Linguistic, Cognitive and Developmental Perspectives. ", Lunds Universitet., November 22


Conference presentations
 

Chenu, F. & Ailhaud, E., 2017, "Patterns of pauses in draft and final versions of texts handwritten by 5th grade children", SILE (Symposium international sur la littératie à l'école), Ajaccio, France, 26-27 Juin 2017


 

Ailhaud, E. & Jisa, H., 2016, "Temporal pattern of conceptualization and formulation during text production", SIG Writing, Liverpool, UK, 04/07/2016


 

Ailhaud, E. & Jisa, H., 2015, "How the sentence becomes a planning unit: a developmental study of L1 French children's texts", IAIMTE, Odense, Denmark, 3-5 juin


 

Ailhaud, E., 2015, "Corrections, pauses et mouvements oculaires comme traces des processus rédactionnels", Colloque International Jeunes Chercheurs Praxiling "Traces", Montpellier, 15-16 Octobre


 

Ailhaud, E., Chenu, F. & Jisa, H., 2014, "Temporal management of clauses and sentences in texts", Conference on Writing Research, Amsterdam, Netherlands, August 25-29, 2014


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