Analysis of perception of incomplete words in different languages
Psycholinguistics is a very interesting field of science, and it is not something we could experience in our classroom.

How do we identify words? Letter by letter, from beginning to end or as one whole entity? Will we identify a word if it is incomplete?

Which factors influence our perception of words? How does it work in different languages?
To try to answer these questions, we will design and conduct an experiment, and process the results with statistical methods.

Students from different ages can apply proper skills according to their study level to contribute to the group. In addition, we can work and enjoy learning languages and cultural influences behind it in our group and ultimately present our experience to everyone in IRS2020.

Tharana Yosprakob

Bangok, Thailand
Tharana completed her BSc Mathematics at Mahidol University, and recently completed a dual MSc program in Applied Mathematics at Chulalongkorn University and Kanazawa University. Her research interests lie primarily in the area of numerical method with applications in science and engineering.

Elizaveta Bunina

Moscow, Russia
Liza is a linguist, she studies theoretical and applied linguistics at Lomonosov Moscow State University. She is interested in typology, Slavic languages, field linguistics and experimental methods. She trains children to participate in Russian language olympiads. Liza really likes science in general and linguistics in particular and will be glad to interest others! In addition she likes to photograph and to travel, she is interested in cinema and documentary theater. She will be in IRS for the first time.

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