Миклашевский Алексей Алексеевич

CURRICULUM VITAE

Alex A. Miklashevsky

 

Department of Philology

National Research Tomsk State University

34, Lenina avenue, room 23

Tomsk 634050, Russia

 

E-Mail: armanster31@gmail.com

 

Place of birth: Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Russia

Date of birth: Mart, 31 1992

Marital status: married

Citizenship: Russia

Residence: Russia

 

EDUCATION:  
Sept. 2015 – present TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

PhD student in “Linguistics”

Sept. 2013 – 2015 TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

MA course “Cognitive Linguistics”

Sept. 2011 – 2013 TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY Bachelor Degree in “Philology”
Sept. 2009 – Jul. 2011 AMUR STATE UNIVERSITY OF HUMANITIES AND PEDAGOGY

Specialization in “Teaching the Russian Language and Literature”, add. specialization in “Journalism”

ADDITIONAL EDUCATION:  
Sept. 2012 – 2015 TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

Specialization in German for professional communication

ADVANCED TRAINING:  
2015 TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

Statistical Methods in Humanities

2014 TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

Academic English

2014 TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

Academic Writing for Publications

2013 TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

E-Prime Experiment Generator Program

WORK EXPERIENCE:  
2015 – present TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

Coordinator of scientific projects, International center for research in human development

Activities and responsibilities: coordination of Russian and international scientific collaboration

2014 – present TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

Research fellow of the Laboratory for cognitive studies of language

Activities and responsibilities: organization and technical support of experimentsl studies, organization of meetings, office work

2014 – present TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

Assistant of the Department of general, Slavonic-Russian linguistics and classical philology

Activities and responsibilities: teaching students, participation in the organization of activities of the Department

Courses: practical lessons in PR and advertising, general linguistics, courses in linguistic databases, applied linguistics, content-analysis, corpus linguistics

2013 – 2014 TOMSK SECONDARY SCHOOL №40

Teacher of Russian language and literature

Activities and responsibilities: teaching and educational work

SKILLS: Experienced with computer applications: MS Office, Internet technologies, website creating on the WordPress-platform, E-Prime 2.0, SPSS Statistics, STATISTICA.
LANGUAGES: Russian – native, English – intermediate, German – elementary.
RESEARCH INTERESTS: Cognitive Linguistics, Perception, Affordances, Spatial Abilities, Mathematical Abilities, Language Abilities, Embodied Cognition, Database Development
PUBLICATIONS:
  • A. Miklashevskiy, O. Tsaregorodtseva. Influence of linguistic stimuli on the vertical attention shift. The Russian Journal of Cognitive Science, 2014, vol. 1 (1–2), pp. 31–38 (in Russian)
  • A. Miklashevski. Verbal and visual processing of information: experimental research. Tomsk State University Journal. No. 383 (2014), 56–61 (in Russian)
  • A.A. Miklashevski. Verbal associations to visual stimuli: quantitative analysis. Language and Culture. Supplement. 2014. № 3, pp. 12–17
  • A. Janyan, I. Vankov, O. Tsaregorodtseva, A. Miklashevsky (2015) Remember down, look down, read up: Does a word modulate eye trajectory away from remembered location? Cognitive Processing, 16 (Suppl. 1), 259-263. DOI 10.1007/s10339-015-0718-5
  • A. Miklashevsky. Psycholinguistic Database Project (Russian Nouns): Interrelations between Modality and Other Parameters // Cognitive Studies of Language. Vol. XXII, Language and Cognition in the Interdisciplinary Paradigm. Papers of International Congress on Cognitive Linguistics. Moscow – Tambov –  Saint-Petersburg: 2015, pp. 550-551
SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES:
  • O.V. Tsaregorodtseva, A.A. Miklashevskiy, A. Janyan. Orientations of attention: words referring to the typical spatial location (up-down) // Night Whites 2014. The Second St. Petersburg Winter Workshop on Experimental Studies of Speech and Language (Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 2014) (http://nightwhites2014.wordpress.com/abstracts/) (in English)
  • O.V. Tsaregorodtseva, A.A. Miklashevski, A.G. Janyan. Spatial attention shifts // The sixth international conference on cognitive science (Kaliningrad, Russia, 2014) (in Russian)
  • A. Miklashevski. Verbal associations to visual stimuli: quantitative analysis // The XXV annual international academic conference “Language and Culture” (Tomsk, Russia, 2014) (in Russian)
  • A. Miklashevsky. The image of the author of the visual text in the aspect of the theory of frames // Actual problems of linguistics and literary studies. I (XV) International conference of young scientists (Tomsk, Russia, 2014) (in Russian)
  • A. Miklashevsky. Direct nomination in the chain associative experiment // 52 International scientific students conference ISSC-2014 (Novosibirsk, Russia, 2014) (in Russian)
  • A. A. Miklashevsky. Actualization of the frame “Creativity” and the secondary artistic conventionality // The International scientific conference of Kiev national linguistic University “Language – literature – the arts: a cognitive and semiotic interface” (Kiev, Ukraine, 2014; by correspondence) (in Russian)
  • A. Miklashevsky. Activation of spatial information during addition of numbers // Communicative aspects of language and culture. XV International scientific conference of students and young scientists (Tomsk, Russia, 2015) (in Russian)
  • A. Miklashevsky. Light, sound and touch: language synesthetic metaphors // Actual problems of linguistics and literary studies. II (XVI) International conference of young scientists (Tomsk, Russia, 2015) (in Russian)
  • A. Miklashevsky. Simple addition and SNARC effect: the experimental study // 53 International scientific students conference ISSC-2015 (Novosibirsk, Russia, 2015) (in Russian)
  • A. Miklashevsky. The database of psycholinguistic stimuli // International conference for young researchers “Language frontier: interdisciplinary experimental research” (Tomsk, Russia, 2015) (in Russian)
  • A.A. Miklashevsky, G.A. Koshkaryova, V.S. Shardakova. The project of the psycholinguistic database: spatial orienting, physical interaction with objects // International conference for young researchers “Language frontier: interdisciplinary experimental research” (Tomsk, Russia, 2015) (in Russian)
  • A.A. Miklashevsky, M.A. Kuznetsova, A.A. Hohlova, E.A. Shlotgauer. The project of the psycholinguistic database: imageability, age of acquisition, subjective word frequency // International conference for young researchers “Language frontier: interdisciplinary experimental research” (Tomsk, Russia, 2015) (in Russian)
  • A. Miklashevsky. Psycholinguistic database: perceptual and spatial language semantics // The International seminar with the elements of scientific school for young scientists “Genetically informative longitudinal studies of children early mental development” (Tomsk, Russia, 2015) (in English)
  • A. Miklashevsky. Grammatical semantics of nouns and adjectives: the point of view of psycholinguistics // Experimental studies of language and speech (E-SoLaS) (Tomsk, Russia, 2015) (in English)
  • A. Janyan, I. Vankov, O. Tsaregorodtseva, A. Miklashevsky. Remember down, look down, read up: Does a word modulate eye trajectory away from remembered location? // 6th International Conference on Spatial Cognition: “Space and Situated Cognition” (Rome, Italy, 2015) (in English)
  • A. Miklashevsky. Psycholinguistic Database Project (Russian Nouns): Interrelations between Modality and Other Parameters // International Congress on Cognitive Linguistics (Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 2015)
GRANTS AND AWARDINGS:
  • НИОКР «Молекулярно-генетические основы индивидуальных различий в интеллекте» (Научный фонд Томского государственного университета им. Д.И. Менделеева, № проекта 8.1.40.2015) (исполнитель)
  • НИР «Когнитивные исследования языка» (Научный фонд Томского государственного университета им. Д.И. Менделеева, № проекта 8.1.37.2015) (исполнитель)
  • НИР «Когнитивные исследования языка» (Научный фонд Томского государственного университета им. Д.И. Менделеева, 2014 г.) (исполнитель)

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