Anna Siyanova is a Senior Lecturer in Applied Linguistics at Victoria University of Wellington. Anna's main research interests include: psychological aspects of second language acquisition, vocabulary learning, formulaic language, frequency effects in language acquisition, processing and use, as well as quantitative research methods (reaction times, eye movements, EEG/ERPs, and learner corpora). Anna's work is inter- and multidisciplinary, in that it brings together research and expertise from neighbouring disciplines, such as applied linguistics, corpus linguistics, psycholinguistics, and neurolinguistics. Anna has published in top-tier applied linguistics and psychology journals, such as Studies in Second Language Acquisition, Language Learning, Applied Linguistics, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Language, Memory, and Cognition, Psychophysiology, and others.
Ph.D., University of Nottingham