Assistant Professor

Dr Shikha Bhattamishra

Department of English

Interests

  1. Linguistics (Experimental Psycholinguistics/Neurolinguistics)
  2. Cognitive Neuroscience of Language
  3. English Language Teaching

Education

2011

Miranda House, University of Delhi
India
BA (Hons) English Literature

2013

University of Hyderabad
India
MA Applied Linguistics

2014

The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad
India
Post Graduate Certificate in the Teaching of English (PGCTE)

2021

Indian Institute of Technology Ropar (IIT Ropar)
India
PhD (Linguistics)

Experience

  • July 2020- March 2022- Associate Academic Editor (Special Projects)- Crimson Interactive Pvt Ltd

Research Interest

  • Neurophysiology of Language Comprehension/Production: Studying the neurophysiology of human language and cognitive mechanism underlying language comprehension and production in Indian languages
  • Typology of grammatical agreement in Indian languages

Awards & Fellowships

  • 2014- UGC NET (Linguistics)-University Grants Commission

Publications

JOURNALS
  • Bhattamishra S., Muralikrishnan R., and Choudhary K.K. (2021). Animacy modulates Gender agreement comprehension in Hindi: An ERP study. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. https://doi.org/10.1080/23273798.2021.1980219
  • Sauppe S., Choudhary K.K., Giroud, N., Blasi D.E., Norcliffe E., Bhattamishra S., Gulati M., Egurtzegi A.M., Bornkessel-‐Schlesewsky I., Meyer M., and Bickel B. (2021) Neural signatures of syntactic variation in speech planning. PLoS Biology 19(1): e3001038. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.3001038
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
  • Bhattamishra S., Choudhary K.K. (2019) Interaction of case and animacy during agreement processing in Hindi: An ERP study. Oral Talk at X-‐PPL 2019, Zurich.
  • Bhattamishra S., Muralikrishnan R., and Choudhary K.K. (2019) The processing of natural and grammatical gender in Hindi: An ERP study. Poster presented at AMLaP 2019, Moscow.
  • Sauppe S., Choudhary K.K., Giroud, N., Blasi D.E., Bhattamishra S., Gulati M., Egurtzegi A.M., Bornkessel-Schlesewsky I., Meyer M., and Bickel B. (2019) Partial overlap of syntactic configurations between sentences affects oscillatory activity during sentence planning in the brain. Oral Talk at SLE 2019, Leipzig.
  • Sauppe S., Choudhary K.K., Giroud N., Blasi D.E., Bhattamishra S., Gulati M., Egurtzegi A.M., Meyer M., Bornkessel-Schlesewsky I. and Bickel B. (2019) EEG alpha power desynchronization during sentence planning is linked to overlap in syntactic configurations. Poster presented at CUNY 2019, Boulder.
  • Egurtzegi A.M., Sauppe S., Blasi D.E., Choudhary K.K., Jing Y., Giroud N., Bhattamishra S., Gulati M., Bornkessel-Schlesewsky I., Laka I., Meyer M., and Bickel B. (2019) The agent preference in planning is modulated by case-‐marking: Eye-‐ tracking evidence from Hindi, Basque and Swiss German. Poster presented at CUNY 2019, Boulder.
  • Bhattamishra S., Gulati M., Kumar N. and Choudhary K.K. (2018) Dynamics of subject-‐object gender agreement: A cross-‐linguistic ERP study. Oral Talk at AMLaP‐Asia 2018, Hyderabad.
  • Bhattamishra,S., and Kar, S.(2017) An OT perspective on the morphophonology of Odia reduplication. Oral Talk at LSN 2018, Kathmandu.
  • Sauppe S., Choudhary, K.K., Bhattamishra, S., Gulati M., Meyer, M. and Bornkessel-‐Schlesewsky, I. (2017) The formulation of Ergatives requires increased planning effort in Hindi: Eye-‐tracking evidence for a “subject preference” in sentence production. Oral Talk at SLE 2017, Zurich.
  • Bhattamishra S. and Choudhary K.K. (2016) Electrophysiology of gender agreement: Evidence from subject and object agreement in Hindi. Oral Talk at ACCS 2016, Gandhinagar.
  • Bhattamishra S. and Choudhary K.K. (2016) Computation of syntactic information in the brain. Poster presented at AMCB 2016, Ropar.

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