Christiner, Markus, Rüdegger, Stefanie and Reiterer, Susanne"Sing Chinese and tap Tagalog? Predicting individual differences in musical and phonetic aptitude using language families differing by sound-typology"in International Journal of Multilingualism (under review).

Christiner, Markus. “Let the music speak: Examining the relationship between music and language aptitude in pre-school children” in Exploring Language Aptitude: Views from Psychology, the Language Sciences, and Cognitive Neuroscience, ed. Susanne Maria Reiterer (Berlin: Springer). (under review).

Rüdegger, Stefanie; Christiner, Markus; Reiterer, Susanne. 2017. " Language aptitude and its effects on musicality and other cognitive domains in school-age children". In Sennema, Anke. ÖGSD Tagungsberichte 1, 34-37.
http://www.oegsd.at/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=%2fny26fO8kPw%3d&tabid=3852

Rüdegger, Stefanie, and Markus Christiner : "Language aptitude in primary school children and its effects on other cognitive domains" at the 9. ÖSDG Nachwuchstagung (2017), University of Vienna

Christiner, Markus "MULT AP- measuring multilingual aptitude" at the 9. ÖSDG Nachwuchstagung (2017), University of Vienna

Christiner, Markus and Reiterer, Susanne. “Music, Song and Speech: a closer look at the interfaces between musicality, singing and individual differences in phonetic language aptitude” in Cognitive individual differences in L2 processing and acquisition, eds. Gisela Granena, Daniel O. Jackson and Yucel Yilmaz, 2016, (Amsterdam: John Benjamins), 129-154.

Christiner, Markus “Music, Song and Speech” at the 10th International Conference on Third Language Acquisition and Multilingualism (2016 IAM L3 Conference), University of Vienna

Christiner, Markus, and Reiterer, Susanne. “Aptitude of music and speech imitation from a developmental perspective: a study with kindergarten children”  (2016) at Psychology of Language Learning 2, University of Jyväskylä.

Christiner, Markus and Reiterer, Susanne: “A Mozart is not a Pavarotti: Singers outperform musicians on phonetic language learning tasks”, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2015.Front. Hum. Neurosci., 28 August 2015, doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2015.00482

Internet conference: Christiner, M., & Reiterer, S. M. (2014). Singers’ kinaesthetic ability and its impact on speech imitation. International Internet Conference on Recent Advances in Cognitive Psychology (IICRACP - 2014), Ostroh, Ukraine.

Christiner, Markus and Reiterer, Susanne, “A Pavarotti is not a Mozart”, at the EUROSLA conference, 2014, York.

Christiner, Markus and Reiterer, Susanne, "Song and speech: examining the link between singing talent and speech imitation ability", Frontiers in Psychology 21 (4), Article 874, 1-11, 2013, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00874. (PDF)

Reiterer, Susanne and Christiner, Markus. Song and speech: examining the link between singing talent and speech imitation ability. EUROSLA 23 Conference, Amsterdam, 28-31.08.2013.

Christiner, Markus and Reiterer, Susanne. Song: the missing link between musicality and speech imitation ability in language learning. ESCOP 18 Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Budapest 29.08.-01.09.2013

Christiner, Markus and Reiterer, Susanne. Song and speech: examining the link between singing talent and speech imitation ability. Cognitive Science in the Humanities workshop. Labvisit for students of Cognitive Science and other disciplines, University of Vienna, 07.06.2013,


Poster, Song and speech: examining the link between singing talent and speech imitation ability von Christiner, Markus and Reiterer, Susanne. (PDF)

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