Petra Hendriks

Linguistics

  • Regina Hert: Pronoun interpretation problem in bilingual Dutch-German children: on the role of language dominance and language influence (MA Sprachdynamik: Erwerb, Variation, Wandel, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Germany, 2018; first supervisor Esther Ruigendijk).
    Tandem thesis in collaboration with Esther Ruigendijk at the University of Oldenburg, Germany.

  • Anike van Oosterom: Begrip en productie van reflexieven en pronomina door tweetalige Duits/Nederlandse kinderen, een relatie met Theory of Mind? (MA Dutch Language and Culture, University of Groningen, 2018).
    Tandem thesis in collaboration with Esther Ruigendijk at the University of Oldenburg, Germany.

  • Marieke Huls: Gegeven-nieuw klemtoon in narratieven: een vergelijking tussen kinderen met autismespectrumstoornissen, kinderen met ADHD en typisch ontwikkelende kinderen. (MA Neurolinguistics, University of Groningen, 2018).
  • Esther de Raad: Emotion communication: I actually do know how you feel. A model of empathic accuracy. (Research Master Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2017)
  • Vera Hukker: Listeners' interpretations of projective locative prepositions in perspective-dependent situations. A comparison between children and adults. (Research Master Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2017)
  • Iris Scholten: Ambiguity resolution in adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The role of linguistic context and executive functions. (Research Master Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2017)
  • Amélie la Roi: Gray matters: Age-related differences in context-dependent idiom processing. (Research Master Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2016)
  • Liset Rouweler: Reality versus thoughts: the understanding of Theory of Mind and mental language in TD adolescents and adolescents with SLI or ASD. (Research Master Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2016)
  • Suzanne Hazenberg: Complex language, complex thought? Spontaneous and elicited production of complex syntax by children with different levels of false-belief reasoning. (Research Master Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2015)
  • Tjitske Postma: "Het is doorgesneden koek": Empirisch onderzoek naar kennis en begrip van idiomen bij adolescenten. (MA Dutch Language and Culture, University of Groningen, 2014)
  • Fleur Grashof: De invloed van animacy op woordvolgorde: Een productie-experiment. (MA Dutch Language and Culture, University of Groningen, 2013)
  • Atty Schouwenaars: Word order overrules number agreement: Dutch children's interpretation and production of which-questions. (Research Master Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2012)
  • Saskia van den Akker: Is the Dutch Delay of Principle B Effect dependent on verb type? (MA Dutch Language and Culture, University of Groningen, 2012)
  • Frederike Groothoff: Do adults really understand contrastive stress in an 'adult-like' way? (Research Master Language and Communication, Radboud University Nijmegen & Tilburg University, 2011)
  • Edgar Weiffenbach: Interpreting contrastive stress: An eye-tracking study on the interpretation of contrastive stress in only-sentences. (Research Master Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2011)
  • Tineke Prins: Narrative abilities of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in a structured and an unstructured narrative setting. (Research Master Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2011)
  • Jessica Overweg: Mastering second-order false belief understanding: Differences in offline responses and online eyetracking data between children with autism and typically developing children. (Research Master Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2011)
  • Nienke Spanjer: De productie van eh... pronomina en noun phrases. Een onderzoek naar de rol van niet-vloeiendheden en spreektempo in het gebruik van verwijzende uitdrukkingen. (MA Speech and Language Pathology, University of Groningen, 2011)
  • Ellis Wierenga: De productie van gegeven-nieuw klemtoon bij kinderen met Autisme Spectrum Stoornissen en ADHD in vergelijking met normaal ontwikkelende kinderen en volwassenen. (MA Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2011)
  • Ruth Koops van 't Jagt: Een lege plek om te blijven. Een eyetrackingonderzoek naar de online verwerking van regelverdeling en enjambement in poëzie. (MA Dutch Language and Culture, University of Groningen, 2011)
  • Sandrien van Ommen: Lenition and the asymmetry in mutual intelligibility of Danish and Swedish. (Research Master Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2010)
  • Alma Veenstra: Subject anaphora in the L2 Dutch of native Italian speakers. (MA Applied Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2010)
  • Marie-Anne Zuidhof: Do elderly people optimize bidirectionally when producing and interpreting referential expressions? (Research Master Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2010)
  • Ruggero Montalto: Scalar ordering of Italian quantifiers. (Research Master Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2009)
  • Ingeborg Heutinck: Sommige implicaturen en enkele logische reacties. (MA Dutch Language and Culture, University of Groningen, 2008)
  • Arina Banga: On-line measures in adults' comprehension of anaphors in coherent and incoherent discourse. (Research Master Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2008)
  • Ellis Wubs: Hoe kinderen referentiële uitdrukkingen in verhalen met een topic shift produceren en interpreteren. Rekening houden met het perspectief van de ander. (MA Dutch Language and Culture, University of Groningen, 2008)
  • Irene Siekman: Climb, een OT-analyse. (MA Dutch Language and Culture, University of Groningen, 2006)
  • Leontine Kremers: 'Alle mannen dragen een tafel': The relation between collectivity, distributivity and referentiality. (Research Master Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2006)
  • Margreet Luinge: Leren en geheugen. (MA Linguistics, University of Groningen, 2000)

Cognitive Science & Artificial Intelligence

  • Jacolien van Rij: The effects of speech rate on pronoun interpretation: Evidence of bidirectional optimization in language? (MSc Human-Machine Communication, University of Groningen, 2008)
  • Liesbeth Flobbe: Children's development of reasoning about other people's minds. (MSc Artificial Intelligence, University of Groningen, 2006)
  • Martijn Hennink: Improving automatic identification of coordinated ellipsis in Dutch. (MSc Artificial Intelligence, University of Groningen, 2006)
  • Marleen Schippers: Brain activity during observation of interacting geometrical figures: Is the mirror system involved? (MSc Artificial Intelligence, University of Groningen, 2006)
  • Bea van Meerveld: Bidirectionality in language acquisition. (MSc Artificial Intelligence, University of Groningen, 2006)
  • Marieke van der Feen: Do rules add up? A study of the application of Optimality Theory to the interpretation of gapping. (MSc Artificial Intelligence, University of Groningen, 2005)
  • Feikje Hielkema: Performing Syntactic Aggregation using Discourse Structures. (MSc Artificial Intelligence, University of Groningen, 2005)
  • Lisette Mol: Learning to reason about other people's minds. (MSc Artificial Intelligence, University of Groningen, 2005)
  • Gineke ten Holt: The eye of the beholder: Automatic recognition of Dutch sign language. (MSc Artificial Intelligence, University of Groningen, 2004)
  • Manon Botter: Speaker recognition: Finding text independent information in the acoustical signal. (MSc Artificial Intelligence, University of Groningen, 2004)
  • Maria Niessen: Speaker specific features in vowels. (MSc Artificial Intelligence, University of Groningen, 2004)
  • Sybrand van der Werf: Grouping in language and music, two faces of the same problem? (MSc Artificial Intelligence, University of Groningen, 2003)
  • Wendy Tromp: Predicting phonemes: The use of language models in a new way of speech recognition. (MSc Artificial Intelligence, University of Groningen, 2003)
  • Jan Willem Wennekes: Bounded rationality in communication. (MSc Artificial Intelligence, University of Groningen, 2002)
  • Paul Vogt: A perceptual grounded self-organising lexicon in robotic agents. (MSc Cognitive Science and Engineering, University of Groningen, 1997)

Psychology & Philosophy

  • Lydia van den Vijver: Taal en cognitie. Een onderzoek naar de relatie tussen de ontwikkeling van spatiële preposities en Theory of Mind (MSc Developmental Psychology, University of Groningen, 2013)
  • Marleen Schippers: A shared circuits model of language acquisition. (MA Philosophy, University of Groningen, 2006)
  • Victorine de Graaf-Peters: MisMatch Negativity en invariantenanalyse: Bootstrapping zonder specificatie? (MSc Developmental Psychology, University of Groningen, 2002)