Christina Kauschke

Prof. Dr.

Philipps-University Marburg FB 09 German Studies and Aesthetics
Pilgrimstein 16
35037 Marburg, Germany

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The emphasis of my research is on the acquisition of language during child development. Specifically, I am concerned with lexical, semantic, morphological, and prosodic aspects of word processing and acquisition. In our current project we investigate how children process emotional information in words and faces, and how these two modes of communication interact. My goal is to combine psycholinguistic and clinical research, and to translate our research outcomes into clinical practice.

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Bahn , D., Vesker , M., García Alanis , J.C. , Schwarzer , G., & Kauschke , C. (2017). Age-dependent positivity bias in children’s perception of emotion terms. Frontiers in Psychology, 8:1268. DOI find paper
Bahn, D., Kauschke, C., Vesker, M., & Schwarzer, G. (2018). Perception of valence and arousal in German emotion terms: a comparison between 9-year-old children and adults. Applied Psycholinguistics, 39(3), 463-481. find paper DOI
Bahn, D., Kauschke, C., Vesker, M., & Schwarzer, G. (2021). A Multimodal Comparison of Emotion Categorization Abilities in Children With Developmental Language Disorder. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 64(3), 993-1007. find paper DOI
Kauschke C., Bahn , D., Vesker , M., & Schwarzer , G. (2017). Die semantische Repräsentation von Emotionsbegriffen bei Kindern im Grundschulalter. Kindheit und Entwicklung DOI find paper
Kauschke, C. (2019). Linguistische Perspektiven auf Emotion und Sprache. In Emotionen (pp. 262-271). JB Metzler, Stuttgart. find paper
Kauschke, C., Bahn, D., Vesker, M., & Schwarzer, G. (2019). The role of emotional valence for the processing of facial and verbal stimuli–positivity or negativity bias?. Frontiers in psychology, 10, 1654. find paper
Kauschke, C., van der Beek, B. & Kamp-Becker, I. (2016). Narratives of girls and boys with autism spectrum disorders: Gender differences in narrative competence and Internal State Language. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 46(3), 840-853. DOI find paper
Levy, J. & Kauschke, C (2015). Affective and Internal State Language in High Functioning Autism. In U. M. Lüdtke (ed.) Emotion in Language. Theory-Research-Application. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 421-444. find paper
Ludwig, D., Schwarzer, G., & Kauschke, C. (2016). Positiv oder Negativ? – Verarbeitung von Emotionsbegriffen und Gesichtsausdrücken bei Kindern mit typischem und auffälligem Spracherwerb. Logos, 24 (1). 15-23. find paper
Papadopoulos, J., Domahs, F., & Kauschke , C. (2017). The Role of Sensory Perception, Emotionality and Lifeworld in Word Processing: Evidence from Congenital Blindness and Synesthesia. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 1-27. DOI find paper
Vesker, M., Bahn, D., Degé, F., Kauschke, C., & Schwarzer, G. (2019). Identification of Emotional Facial Expressions in a Lab and Over the Internet. Psychology. Journal of Higher School of Economics, 16(3), 571-583. find paper DOI
Vesker, M., Bahn, D., Dege, F., Kauschke, C., Schwarzer, G. (2018). Developmental changes in the categoral processing of positive and negative facial expressions. PLoSOne. 13(8): e0201521. find paper DOI
Vesker, M., Bahn, D., Kauschke, C., & Schwarzer, G. (2021). Developmental Changes in Gaze Behavior and the Effects of Auditory Emotion Word Priming in Emotional Face Categorization. Multisensory Research, 1(aop), 1-21. find paper DOI
Vesker, M., Bahn, D., Kauschke, C., Neumann, M., Sweitzer, C., & Schwarzer, G. (2020). Investigating the effects of embodiment on emotional categorization of faces and words in children and adults.Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 2871. find paper DOI
Vesker, M., Bahn, D., Kauschke, C., Tschense, M., Degé, F., & Schwarzer, G. (2018). Auditory Emotion Word Primes Influence Emotional Face Categorization in Children and Adults, but Not Vice Versa. Frontiers in psychology, 9. find paper DOI
Vesker, M., Ludwig, D., Degé, F., Kauschke, C., & Schwarzer, G. (2017). Perceiving Arousal and Valence in Facial Expressions: Differences Between Children and Adults. European Journal of Developmental Psychology. DOI find paper