Bilde av Tomic, Aleksandra
Bilde av Tomic, Aleksandra
Department of Language and Culture aleksandra.tomic@uit.no +4777646470 Tromsø SVHUM A 2010

Aleksandra Tomic


Postdoctoral Researcher

Job description

Aleksandra Tomic is a Postdoctoral Researcher in Theme 1: MultiLingual Minds and Factors Affecting MultiLingual Outcomes of the AcqVA Aurora Center in the Department of Language and Culture at UiT. Her research focuses on the psycho/neurolinguistic accounts of sociopragmatic and language use effects on multilingual language processing and acquisition, using a range of data analysis and data collection techniques.


  • Aleksandra Tomic, Edith Kaan :
    Oscillatory brain responses to processing code-switches in the presence of others
    Brain and Language 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Jason Rothman, Fatih Bayram, Vincent DeLuca, Grazia Di Pisa, Jon Andoni Dunabeitia Landaburu, Khadij Gharibi et al.:
    Monolingual comparative normativity in bilingualism research is out of “control”: Arguments and alternatives
    Applied Psycholinguistics 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Aleksandra Tomic, Jorge Valdés Kroff :
    Expecting the unexpected: Code-switching as a facilitatory cue in online sentence processing
    Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Edith Kaan, Souad Kheder, Ann Kreidler, Aleksandra Tomic, Jorge Valdés Kroff :
    Processing Code-Switches in the Presence of Others: An ERP Study
    Frontiers in Psychology 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Aleksandra Tomic, Fatih Bayram, Cecile Marie-Rose De Cat, Yulia Rodina :
    Individual variation in heritage language morphosyntactic processing: Clitic placement in Bosnian in Norway
    2022
  • Aleksandra Tomic, Fatih Bayram, Cecile Marie-Rose De Cat, Yulia Rodina :
    Individual variation in heritage language morphosyntactic processing: Bosnian Clitics in Norway
    2022
  • Yulia Rodina, Aleksandra Tomic, Aida Hajdukovic Kristiansen :
    Fordeler med flerspråklighet og Bosnisk språk i Norge
    2022
  • Aleksandra Tomic, Fatih Bayram, Cecile Marie-Rose De Cat, Yulia Rodina :
    Individual variation in heritage language morphosyntactic processing: A corpus study
    2021
  • Aleksandra Tomic, Fatih Bayram, Cecile Marie-Rose De Cat, Yulia Rodina :
    Heritage language grammar in flux: Individual variation in morphosyntactic processing
    2021

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