- Phonological acquisition in first and second language
- Early language development
- Second-language production and perception
- Articulatory feedback /phonetic training
2017 → Postdoc, Department of Psychology, University of Oslo
2016-2017 Postdoc, Basque Center on Brain, Cognition and Language
2015 PhD in Psychology, University of Geneva
2010 Master in Cognitive Psychology, University of Paris Descartes
2005 Master in Speech Therapy, KSPU
2020 Young Research Talents FRIPRO grant from Norwegian Research Council. Role of parental speech in early language development, Role - Principle investigator. Co-investigators: J.Mayor and A.Cristia. Funding: NOK 8m
2018 Research grant from the University of Oslo. Babytalk in Norway: relationship between parental speech and early word comprehension. Role - Principle investigator. Funding: NOK 80k
2016 Spanish Ministry research grant. What kind of listener are you? A degeneracy approach to speech processing. Role - Co-investigator. (PI – M. Bourguignon). Funding: EUR 34k
2015 Early-postdoc scholarship awarded by Swiss National Foundation. Neural and behavioural plasticity in non-native speech production: An articulatory-feedback training study. Role - Principle investigator. Funding: CHF 100k
Registered Reports in Stage 1
Kartushina, N. & Mayor, J. (accepted pending data collection). Coping with dialects from birth: Role of variability on infants’ early language development. Insights from Norwegian dialects. Developmental Science.
Soderstrom,M. ..., Kartushina, N., Mayor, J. ... (accepted pending data collection). Testing the Relationship Between Preferences for Infant-Directed Speech and Vocabulary Development: A Multi-Lab Study. Journal of Child Language.