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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2013 – present: Postdoctoral research fellow, Department of Rehabilitation and Special Education, University of Cologne, Germany

2016 – 2017: Developmental psychologist, Center for Child Neurology and Social Pediatrics, Rheinhessen Fachklinik Mainz, Germany

2012: Visiting scholar at The New School for Social Research, New York, USA

2009 – 2012: Research fellow, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

EDUCATION

2009 – 2013: PhD, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics & Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands (Thesis:High pitches and thick voices: The role of language in space-pitch associations”)

2005 – 2013: Diploma in psychology, University of Münster, Germany

2008: University of California, Los Angeles, USA

2003 – 2008: M.A. (Magister Artium), major subject: General linguistics; minor subjects: Communication science, psychology, University of Münster, Germany

GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

2016 – 2020: DFG-funded CRC 1252 “Prominence in Language”, University of Cologne (Principle investigator together with Prof. Martina Penke), project: “Attention and prominence in language production and acquisition”

2017 – 2019: Didactic initiative “Innovations in Teaching”, University of Cologne, project: “Interdisciplinary teaching in language and music cognition”, (in collaboration with Prof. Uwe Seifert, Prof. Aria Adli, Rie Asano, Prof. Martine Grice, Dr. Doris Muecke, Prof. Martina Penke, Dr. Volker Struckmeier & Prof. Kai Vogeley)

2018: Postdoc-Kids & Elder Care, University of Cologne: Funding for the employment of a research assistant

2014 – 2016: “UoC Postdoc Grant” by the Excellence Initiative of the University of Cologne, project: “The impact of language on numerical cognition in typically and atypically developing children”

2012: Student travel grant by the Robert J. Glushko and Pamela Samuelson foundation, 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Society

2011: Student travel grant by the Robert J. Glushko and Pamela Samuelson foundation, 34th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Society

2009 – 2012: PhD fellowship, International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) for language sciences, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2018 – 2019: “Semantic and lexical acquisition” (seminar), Department of Rehabilitation and Special Education, University of Cologne

2018 – 2019: “Language and cognition” (seminar), Department of Rehabilitation and Special Education, University of Cologne

2018: “Multilingualism” (lecture), Department of Rehabilitation and Special Education, University of Cologne

2017 – 2018: “Semantic and lexical acquisition” (seminar), Department of Rehabilitation and Special Education, University of Cologne

2017: “Children’s acquisition of music terminology”, Guest lecture held at the Department for Musicology, University of Cologne

2015: “Early linguistic intervention” (seminar), Department of Rehabilitation and Special Education, University of Cologne (3 times)

2014: “Early linguistic intervention” (seminar), Department of Rehabilitation and Special Education, University of Cologne (3 times)

2013 – 2014: “General Psychology and Biological Psychology” (lecture), FOM University of Applied Sciences, Cologne

2013: “Language Production and Comprehension” (seminar), Department of Rehabilitation and Special Education, University of Cologne

2012: Guest lecturer: “Language and Music: Experiential Relativity”, The New School for Social Research, New York, USA

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

Dolscheid, S. (2018). When language meets number: Quantifier knowledge in typically and atypically developing children. Invited talk presented at the CCLS lecture series, Cologne, Germany.

Esaulova, Y., Dolscheid, S., & Penke, M. (2018). Watch your words: The effects of visual manipulations in event scenes on language production. AMLaP – Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, Berlin, Germany.

Dolscheid, S., Schleussinger, F., & Penke, M. (2017). When ‘one’ and ‘a’ are the same: How do German-speaking children interpret the indefinite determiner and numeral ‘eine’? Poster presented at the DFG funded workshop: Linguistic and Cognitive Influences on Numerical Cognition. Tübingen, Germany.

Dolscheid, S. (2015). Natural language quantifiers are not exclusively related to exact number skills. Poster presented at the 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Pasadena, USA.

Dolscheid, S., Willems, R.M., Hagoort, P., & Casasanto, D. (2014). The relation of space and musical pitch in the brain. Talk held at the 36th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Quebec City, Canada.