daniel schmidtke

About

I’m a post-doctoral researcher at the McMaster English Language Development Diploma [MELD] program at McMaster University, Ontario, Canada.

Email: schmiddf [at] mcmaster [dot] ca

Publications:

Snefjella, B., Schmidtke, D. & Kuperman V. (2018). National character stereotypes mirror language use: A study of Canadian and American tweets. PLoS ONE 13 (11): e0206188.

Schmidtke, D. & Kuperman, V. (2018). A paradox of apparent brainless behavior: The time-course of compound word recognition. Cortex. Advance online publication.

Schmidtke, D., Gagné, C. L., Kuperman, V. & Spalding, T. L. (2018). Language experience shapes relational knowledge of compound words. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 25(4), 1468-1487.

Schmidtke, D., Gagné, C. L., Spalding, T. L., Kuperman, V. & Tucker, B. V. (2018). Conceptual relations compete during auditory and visual compound word recognition. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 33(7), 923-942 .

Schmidtke, D., Van Dyke, J. A. & Kuperman, V. (2018). Individual variability in the semantic processing of English compound words. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 44(3), 421-439.

Schmidtke, D., Matsuki, K., & Kuperman, V. (2017). Surviving blind decomposition: a distributional analysis of the time-course of complex word recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 43(11), 1793 -1820 .

Schmidtke, D. & Kuperman, V. (2017). Mass counts in World Englishes: A corpus linguistic study of noun countability in non-native varieties of English. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, 13(1), 135-164.

Schmidtke, D., Kuperman, V., Gagné, C. L. & Spalding, T. L. (2016). Competition between conceptual relations affects compound recognition: the role of entropy. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 23(2), 556-570.

Hall, C. J.,  Schmidtke, D. & Vickers, J. (2013). Countability in World Englishes. World Englishes, 32(1), 1-22.

CV

My CV is available here (Last updated December 6th 2018).

My Research Gate profile is available here.

Education

Ph.D., McMaster University (Cognitive Science of Language), 2016

M.Sc., University of Edinburgh (Developmental Linguistics), 2011

B.A., York St. John University (English Language and Linguistics), 2010

Interests

Psycholinguistics: complex word reading, reading development, individual differences, eye-movements, semantic processing

Corpus linguistics: morphosyntactic variation, World Englishes, language and identity, the language of the border

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