Kiel Christianson


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Personal profile

Kiel Christianson has taught at the university level in Germany, Japan, and the U.S. He is a two-time Fulbright Scholar, and conducted the first "field-psycholinguistics" study on syntactic processing in any indigenous North American language (Odawa). He is currently Director of the Educational Psychology Psycholinguistics Lab at the Beckman Institute, and Associate Chair of the Department of Educational Psychology. His research has been funded by NSF, NIH, and Procter & Gamble.

Research Interests

bilingualism & SLA

Honors & Awards

two-time Fulbright recipient
NSF CAREER Award (2009-2014)

Professional Information

Dr. Christianson studies syntactic parsing, sentence comprehension in reading and listening, reading, language production, bilingualism, and morphological processing.

Office Address

240 Education
M/C 708
Champaign, IL 61820

Office Phone

Education/Academic qualification

Linguistics, PhD, Michigan State University

… → 2002

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Research Output

The role of word frequency and morpho-orthography in agreement processing

Brehm, L., Hussey, E. & Christianson, K., Jan 2 2020, In : Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 35, 1, p. 58-77 20 p.

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Open Access
  • Gesture and Vocabulary Learning in a Second Language

    Huang, X., Kim, N. & Christianson, K., Mar 2019, In : Language Learning. 69, 1, p. 177-197 21 p.

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  • Is imagining a voice like listening to it? Evidence from ERPs

    Zhou, P., Garnsey, S. & Christianson, K., Jan 2019, In : Cognition. 182, p. 227-241 15 p.

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  • Parafoveal processing of inflectional morphology in Russian: A within-word boundary-change paradigm

    Stoops, A. & Christianson, K., May 2019, In : Vision Research. 158, p. 1-10 10 p.

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