Titus von der Malsburg
I am a psycholinguist with interdisciplinary training in linguistics, experimental psychology, computer science, and mathematics. Currently, I am a Feodor Lynen Research Fellow at UC San Diego. The main focus of my research is dynamic adaptation of sentence processing strategies in response to task demands, linguistic constraints, and limitations in cognitive resources such as working memory. The canonical tools for studying sentence processing are not always well-suited for this research so I’m developing new ones. One result of this is a new method for analyzing eye movements that I used to show that readers orchestrate multiple different reading strategies to cope with syntactic ambiguity. For other research interests, see my list of publications.
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