I am currently an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Carleton
College in Northfield, MN. I did my undergraduate work at Wellesley
College in MA, and my graduate work at Stanford
University in CA. I also was a Visiting Assistant Professor for a year at
Mt. Holyoke College in MA.
If you are interested in more details, you can take a look at my resume.
These are classes that I'm currently teaching at Carleton.
These are classes that I've taught other places.
- Introduction to Statistics
- Research Methods
- Cognitive Psychology
- Seminar on Psychology and Technology
- Psycholinguistics (models of language production, comprehension, and discourse)
- Discourse Processes (interactivity between speakers and listeners, sense
creation, nonce sense, convention formation, metalinguistics)
- Neurolinguistics (right-hemisphere deficits)
- Human-Computer Interaction (computer-mediated communication)
- Human Memory
- The creation of novel meaning
- The creation of linguistic conventions
- Turn-taking in computer-mediated communication
- The development of the use of editing terms in children
- The use of gestures with relation to the physical environment
Mija Van Der Wege / mijav <at> yahoo <dot> com / This page was last
updated on October 27, 2003.