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  1. 1. CURRICULUM VITAE AVIYA HACOHEN Address: Mailing address: 3 Anonymous St. Somewherevill Israel 33333 Phone: +972-(0)33-333 3333 E-mail: aviya@bgu.ac.il EDUCATION Ph.D. 2005- Department of Foreign Literatures & Linguistics, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Topic: On the acquisition of (Hebrew) compositional telicity. Supervisors: Dr. Jeannette Schaeffer and Prof. Nomi Erteschik- Shir. Submitted November 2009 M.A 2005 Department of Foreign Literatures & Linguistics, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (Combined MA/PhD program). B.A. 2002 Department of Foreign Literatures & Linguistics, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Cum laude Mechina 1998 Emek Hayarden College, Tzemah, Israel. Community College 1994 Massassoit Community College, Canton, MA, USA. Junior High School 1992 Holbæk, Denmark. Junior High School 1990 Kibbutz Amir, Israel. EDUCATION AT OTHER INSTITUTIONS Summer 2004 Course in Dutch language, University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands. Summer 2000 Course in Italian language, Universitá degli Studi di Udine, Udine, Italy. Spring 1992 Course in Danish language and culture, Holbæk Sprogskole, Holbæk, Denmark. EMPLOYMENT 2009- Content developer for "Smart!", preparation courses for the Israeli psychometric exam. 2003-2008 Research assistant to Dr. Jeannette Schaeffer, Department of Foreign Literatures & Linguistics, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. 2003-2007 Teaching assistant, Department of Foreign Literatures & Linguistics, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. 2002-2003 English teacher at the Branco-Weiss Organization in Beer Sheva, Israel. 1999-2003 Tutor of English for Israeli elementary and high-school students. 20-1-2010 1
  2. 2. Aviya Hacohen Curriculum Vitae COMPETITIVE RESEARCH GRANTS 2008 European Union, COST Action A33: Cross-linguistically robust stages of children’s linguistic performance. Grant for a Short-Term Scientific Mission (STSM) to the Institute for Cognitive Science, Lyon, France. (€1215) 2007 Zlotowski Center for Neuroscience Excellence Fellowship, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. ($2700) 2004 The Netherlands Organization for International Cooperation in Higher Education, Nuffic. A scholarship to conduct research at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands. (€ 3000) 2003 Zlotowski Center for Neuroscience Excellence Fellowship, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. ($2700) RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIPS 2006-2008 Research assistant to Dr. Jeannette Schaeffer on grants from The National Institute for Psychobiology in Israel. (NIS 44,352) 2005-2006 Research assistant to Dr. Jeannette Schaeffer on grants from the Israeli Science Foundation. (NIS 22,176) 2004-2005 Research assistant to Dr. Jeannette Schaeffer on grants from The National Institute for Psychobiology in Israel. (NIS 22,176) 2002-2004 Research assistant to Dr. Jeannette Schaeffer on grants from the Israeli Science Foundation and The National Institute for Psychobiology in Israel. (NIS 24,560) TRAVEL GRANTS 2009 European Union, COST Action A33: Cross-linguistically robust stages of children’s linguistic performance. Grant to participate in the COST training school in Language Acquisition Methods, including ERP, eye tracking, and on-line reaction time experiments. (£950) 2008 Paula Menyuk Travel Award to attend the Boston University conference on Language Development (BUCLD), Boston University. ($330) COMPETITIVE 2008 Grant to travel to Edinburgh to present at the meeting of the International Congress for the Study of Child Language (IASCL), University of Edinburgh. (£250) COMPETITIVE 2007 Travel grant from European Union to participate in COST A33 meeting: Cross- linguistically robust stages of children’s linguistic performance. (€ 970) 2006 Travel grant from European Union to participate in COST A33 meeting: Cross- linguistically robust stages of children’s linguistic performance. (€ 970) 2004 Grant to travel to Hawai‘i to present at GALANA 2004 conference (Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition North America), University of Hawai‘i at Manoa. ($300) COMPETITIVE 2003 Zlotowski Center for Neuroscience Excellence Fellowship, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. ($500) COMPETITIVE 20-1-2010 2
  3. 3. Aviya Hacohen Curriculum Vitae 2002 Zlotowski Center for Neuroscience, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, to travel to the United States to present a paper at the annual Boston University Conference on Language Development. ($330) STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS 2009 Dean's Prize, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. (NIS 4000) 2000 Center for International Students Programs, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Exchange student at a 3 week course of Italian language at Universitá degli Studi di Udine, Udine, Italy. (€ 800) 2004 Best poster at GALANA 2004 conference (Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition North America), University of Hawai‘i at Manoa. SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS Peer-Reviewed Journals 1. Hacohen, Aviya & Jeannette Schaeffer (2007). Subject realization in early Hebrew/English bilingual acquisition: The role of crosslinguistic influence. Bilingualism: Language and cognition, 10(3) 333-344. (No impact data available for journals in the field of linguistics) Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters 1. Hacohen, Aviya (to appear). On the acquisition of compositional telicity in Hebrew. In E. Labeau & I. Saddour (eds), Development of Tense, Aspect and Mood in L1 and L2. Amsterdam / New York: Rodopi. Conference Proceedings (refereed) 1. Aviya Hacohen (to appear). On the (changing?) status of the mass/count distinction in Hebrew: Evidence from acquisition. Proceedings of the 25th Annual Meeting of the Israel Associations for Theoretical Linguistics. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel. (around 30% acceptance) 2. Aviya Hacohen (to appear). On the semantics and pragmatics of (Hebrew) compositional telicity: Evidence from psycholinguistics. Proceedings of the GALA 2009 Conference on Language Acquisition. Universidade Nova De Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal. (around 30% acceptance) 3. Aviya Hacohen (2009). Acquiring (Hebrew) compositional telicity: when is it ever complete? Proceedings of BUCLD 33. Somerville: Cascadilla Press. (around 30% acceptance) 4. Hacohen, Aviya (2008). Acquiring the mass/count distinction in Hebrew: How does it compare with English? Online Proceedings Supplement of BUCLD 32. Somerville: Cascadilla Press. (33% acceptance) 5. Paltiel-Gedalyovich, Leah, Aviya Hacohen, Rachel Eitan and Jeannette Schaeffer (2008). The acquisition of Hebrew tense. Online Proceedings Supplement of BUCLD 32. Somerville: Cascadilla Press. (33% acceptance) 20-1-2010 3
  4. 4. Aviya Hacohen Curriculum Vitae 6. Hacohen, Aviya (2005). The psychological reality of the telic/atelic distinction: Evidence from adult and child Hebrew. Proceedings of the 21st Annual Meeting of the Israel Associations for Theoretical Linguistics. The Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa. (around 40% acceptance) 7. Hacohen, Aviya & Jeannette Schaeffer (2005). Subject realization in early Hebrew/English bilingual acquisition: The role of crosslinguistic influence. Proceedings of the 1st GALANA conference. (less than 30% acceptance) 8. Schaeffer, Jeannette, Aviya Hacohen, and Arielle Bernstein (2003). On the acquisition of DP in English-speaking children with SLI. Proceedings of BUCLD 27. Somerville: Cascadilla Press. (less than 30% acceptance) 9. Schaeffer, Jeannette, Aviya Hacohen, and Arielle Bernstein (2003). The dissociation between grammar and pragmatics: Evidence from English SLI. Proceedings of the 19th Annual Meeting of the Israel Associations for Theoretical Linguistics. Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheva. (around 40% acceptance) 10. Schaeffer, Jeannette, Galina Gordishevsky, Galit Hadar and Aviya Hacohen (2002). The dissociation between syntax and pragmatics: Evidence from English SLI. Proceedings of the GALA 2001 Conference on Language Acquisition. Lisbon: Associação Portuguesa de Linguistica. (less than 30% acceptance) 11. Schaeffer, Jeannette, Galina Gordishevsky, Galit Hadar and Aviya Hacohen (2002). Subjects in English-speaking Children with Specific Language Impairment. Proceedings of the 17th Annual Meeting of the Israel Associations for Theoretical Linguistics. Hebrew University, Jerusalem. (around 40% acceptance) PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES 2009 On the (changing?) status of the mass/count distinction in Hebrew: Evidence from acquisition. IATL 25 (Israel Association for Theoretical Linguistics). Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel. October 2009. (around 30% acceptance) 2009 On the semantics and pragmatics of (Hebrew) compositional telicity: Evidence from psycholinguistics. GALA (Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition). Universidade Nova De Lisboa, Portugal. September 2009. (around 30% acceptance) 2008 Acquiring (Hebrew) compositional telicity: when is it ever complete? BUCLD 33 (Boston University Conference on Language Development). November 2008. (around 30% acceptance) 2008 (A)telicity and the role of the direct object: evidence from psycholinguistics. Chronos 8: International Conference on Tense, Aspect, Mood, and Modality, University of Texas at Austin, USA. October 2008. (around 50% accpetance) 2008 On the acquisition of (Hebrew) compositional telicity. IASCL 2008 (International Association for the Study of Child Language), University of Edinburgh, Scotland. July 2008. (around 75% acceptance) 20-1-2010 4
  5. 5. Aviya Hacohen Curriculum Vitae 2008 On the acquisition of a non-scalar quantity implicature: the 'Allover Implicature'. IASCL 2008 (International Association for the Study of Child Language), University of Edinburgh, Scotland. July 2008. [Co-authors: Leah Paltiel-Gedalyovich and Jeannette Schaeffer] (around 75% acceptance) 2008 On the acquisition of the grammatical and pragmatic properties of (Hebrew) DPs. The Charles E. Smith Memorial Lectures at the Institute for Psychobiology in Israel. Hebrew University, Jerusalem. June 2008. [Co-authors: Leah Paltiel-Gedalyovich and Jeannette Schaeffer]. (by invitation) 2008 On the acquisition of compositional telicity in Hebrew. Paper presented at the workshop on The Acquisition of Tense, Aspect, and Mood in L1 & L2. Aston University, Birmingham, UK. February 2008. (less than 30% acceptance) 2007 The acquisition of Hebrew tense. BUCLD 32 (Boston University Conference on Language Development). November 2007. [Co-authors: Leah Paltiel-Gedalyovich, Rachel Eitan and Jeannette Schaeffer]. (33% acceptance) 2007 Acquiring the mass/count distinction in Hebrew: How does it compare with English? BUCLD 32 (Boston University Conference on Language Development). November 2007. (33% acceptance) 2007 Assessing Hebrew G-SLI. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Zlotowski Center for Neuroscience, Annual Retreat, Nizana Youth Village. February 2007. [Co-authors: Leah Paltiel-Gedalyovich, Rachel Eitan and Jeannette Schaeffer]. (by invitation) 2007 Solelat mivxanim leivxun likui safa spetsifi. The 43rd annual conference of the Israeli Association of Speech Clinicians, Jerusalem, Israel. January-February 2007. [Co-authors: Leah Paltiel-Gedalyovich, Rachel Eitan and Jeannette Schaeffer]. (by invitation) 2006 A test battery for selecting children with Hebrew G-SLI. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Zlotowski Centre for Neuroscience, Annual Retreat, Ganei Yam Hamelach, Israel. March 2006. [Co-authors: Leah Paltiel-Gedalyovich and Jeannette Schaeffer]. (by invitation) 2006 Telicity and Specific Language Impairment. The 1st meeting of the management committee of COST action A33: Cross-linguistically robust stages of children’s linguistic performance. Brussels, Belgium. February 2006. [Co-author: Jeannette Schaeffer]. (by invitation) 2005 The acquisition of Hebrew compositional telicity by normally developing children and children with GSLI. IASCL (International Association for the Study of Child Language), Berlin, Germany. July 2005. (less than 30% acceptance) 2005 The psychological reality of the telic/atelic distinction: Evidence from adult and child Hebrew. IATL 21 (Israel Association for Theoretical Linguistics). The Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel. June 2005. (around 40% acceptance) 20-1-2010 5
  6. 6. Aviya Hacohen Curriculum Vitae 2005 A test battery for selecting children with Hebrew G-SLI. EUCLDIS (The European Group for the Study of Child Language Disorders), Abbaye de Royaumont, France. May 2005. [Co-authors: Leah Paltiel-Gedalyovich and Jeannette Schaeffer]. (by invitation) 2005 The acquisition of compositional telicity by Hebrew speaking children with Grammatical Specific Language Impairment. The Charles E. Smith Memorial Lectures at the Institute for Psychobiology in Israel. Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel. April 2005. [Co-author: Jeannette Schaeffer]. (by invitation) 2004 Subject realization in early Hebrew/English bilingual acquisition: The role of crosslinguistic influence. GALANA (Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition North America), University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawai‘i. December 2004. [Co-author: Jeannette Schaeffer]. (30% acceptance) 2004 Achieving telicity in Hebrew: preliminary results. University of Massachusetts workshop “From Syntax to SLI”. University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. November 2004. (by invitation) 2004 Crosslinguistic influence and subject realization in early Hebrew/English bilingual acquisition. BUCLD 29 (Boston University Conference on Language Development). November 2004. [Co-author: Jeannette Schaeffer]. (less than 30% acceptance) 2004 Designing a diagnostic test battery for Hebrew G-SLI. The Groningen Workshop on the L1 Acquisition of Tense, Aspect, and Questions. University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands. June 2004. [Co-authors: Leah Paltiel-Gedalyovich and Jeannette Schaeffer]. (by invitation) 2004 The acquisition of compositional telicity by Hebrew speaking children with Grammatical Specific Language Impairment. The Groningen Workshop on the L1 Acquisition of Tense, Aspect, and Questions. University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands. June 2004. [Co-author: Jeannette Schaeffer]. (by invitation) 2003 The dissociation between grammar and pragmatics: Evidence from English SLI. IATL 19 (Israel Association for Theoretical Linguistics). Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel. June 2003. [Co-authors: Jeannette Schaeffer and Arielle Bernstein]. (around 40% acceptance) 2002 On the acquisition of DP in English-speaking children with SLI. BUCLD 27 (Boston University Conference on Language Development). November 2002. [Co-authors: Jeannette Schaeffer and Arielle Bernstein]. (less than 30% acceptance) 2001 The dissociation between syntax and pragmatics: Evidence from English SLI. GALA (Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition). Palmela, Portugal. September 2001. [Co-authors: Jeannette Schaeffer, Galina Gordishevsky and Galit Hadar]. (less than 30% acceptance) 2001 Subjects in English-speaking Children with Specific Language Impairment. IATL 17 (Israel Association for Theoretical Linguistics). Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel. June 2001. [Co-authors: Jeannette Schaeffer, Galina Gordishevsky and Galit Hadar]. (around 40% acceptance) 20-1-2010 6
  7. 7. Aviya Hacohen Curriculum Vitae Invited seminars 2008 On compositional telicity in adult and child Hebrew. Meeting of the language acquisition lab, Department of linguistics, University of Massachusetts at Amherst. October 2008. 2007 On the acquisition of compositional telicity in Hebrew. Department of Foreign Literatures & Linguistics, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. December 2007. 2006 Hebrew speaking children’s knowledge of the mass/count distinction and its role in (a)telicity: A preliminary discussion. Tel-Aviv University Interdisciplinary Colloquium, Tel-Aviv University. December 2006. 2005 Compositional telicity: Evidence from Hebrew adult and child language. Department of Foreign Literatures & Linguistics, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. March 2005. 2004 Designing experiments to test knowledge of compositional telicity. Department of Letters, Groningen University, Groningen, The Netherlands. June 2004. 2003 Modularity of Language and Specific Language Impairment in English speaking children. The Zlotowski Center for Neuroscience, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. February 2003. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Fields of expertise Psycholinguistics Language acquisition Semantics Pragmatics Syntax Language Disorders Cognitive Neuroscience Courses taught Department of Foreign Literatures & Linguistics, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev: • The acquisition of compositional telicity (B.A.) • Transcription according to CHILDES (B.A. / M.A.) • Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience (B.A.) • Introduction to Language Acquisition (B.A.) • Introduction to Semantics (B.A.) • Grammatical Specific Language Impairment (B.A.) PRESENT ACTIVITIES/PROJECTS Completed projects 1. Supervising the establishment of a data base for bilingual language acquisition in children acquiring Hebrew and English from birth on 2. Development of a Hebrew assessment battery to differentiate children with Grammatical- SLI from normally developing children and from children suffering from non-grammar impairments 20-1-2010 7
  8. 8. Aviya Hacohen Curriculum Vitae Ongoing activities 1. The acquisition of compositional telicity by Hebrew speaking children with and without Grammatical-SLI. 2. The acquisition of articles by Hebrew speaking children with and without Grammatical- SLI 3. The acquisition of the mass/count distinction by Hebrew speaking children with and without Grammatical-SLI Papers in preparation 1. (A)telicity and the role of the direct object: evidence from psycholinguistics 2. On the (changing) status of the mass/count distinction in Hebrew: Evidence from acquisition 3. Testing adult and child knowledge of (Hebrew) definiteness 4. On the semantics and pragmatics of (Hebrew) compositional telicity: Evidence from psycholinguistics 5. Considerations in developing a diagnostic test battery for Hebrew SLI. [With Leah Paltiel-Gedalyovich and Jeannette Schaeffer] Academic Service Reviewer of article manuscript for Language Acquisition (2009) GENERAL RESEARCH INTERESTS COMPUTER SKILLS First Language Acquisition Word-highly proficient Language Disorders PowerPoint-highly proficient Cognitive Psychology Excel-highly proficient Neurolinguistics Internet- highly proficient Linguistic Theory Bilingualism LANGUAGES Hebrew-mother tongue English-mother tongue Danish-highly proficient Italian-elementary Dutch-elementary 20-1-2010 8
  9. 9. Aviya Hacohen Referees REFEREES Prof. Jill de Villiers Prof. Nomi Erteschik-Shir Bass Hall 401 Department of Foreign Literatures and Smith College Linguistics Psychology Department Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Northampton, MA 01063 Beer Sheva 84105 USA Israel jdevil@science.smith.edu shir@exchange.bgu.ac.il Prof. Naama Friedmann Dr. Angeliek van Hout Language and Brain Lab Dept. of English School of Education Rijksuniversiteit Groningen Tel Aviv University Postbus 716 Tel Aviv 69978 9700 AS Groningen Israel The Netherlands naamafr@post.tau.ac.il A.M.H.van.Hout@rug.nl Prof. Thomas Roeper Dr. Jeannette Schaeffer Department of Linguistics Department of Foreign Literatures and University of Massachusetts Linguistics South College # 218 Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Amherst, MA 01003 Beer Sheva 84105 USA Israel roeper@linguist.umass.edu jschaef@bgu.ac.il 20-1-2010 9

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