´ Katharina Korecky-Kröll

Katharina Korecky-Kröll

Postdoctoral researcher in Linguistics

[Katharina Korecky-Kröll]

About me

I am a linguist with a focus on digital linguistics, psycholinguistics and sociolinguistics. My main area of research is German in Austria on the basis of spoken and written corpora. I am particularly interested in linguistic variation, especially in areal-horizontal, social-vertical, inter- and intra-individual variation of German morphology and pragmatics.

I am involved in the SFB German in Austria (DiÖ): Variation - Contact - Perception (FWF F60) as well as in several crosslinguistic studies that compare first language acquisition of German to other languages by using the CHILDES system.

I am also interested in Natural Language Processing and Statistics. For example, I am using different Python libraries (such as spaCy) to analyze a corpus of forum postings of an online newspaper.

As I am interested in different research methodologies, I am also conducting production tests and processing experiments with children and adults in order to compare their results to those of spontaneous production data.

Theoretically, I am working in Natural Morphology, Usage-Based Theory, and the Linguistic Dynamics Approach.

With respect to teaching, I am trying to involve my students in participating actively in my current research projects.

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