Filip Nenadić

Filip Nenadić

Faculty of Media and Communications, Singidunum University

This website is devoted to completed scientific projects I have worked on. They are separated by topic and briefly described, but please note that this description does not serve to replace the actual publication. I would also be happy to receive your e-mail asking for additional information.

Interests

  • Spoken word recognition
  • Literary reading
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Individual differences

Education

  • PhD in Linguistics, 2020

    University of Alberta

  • MA in Comparative Literature, 2015

    University of Novi Sad

  • MA in Psychology, 2014

    University of Novi Sad

Projects

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Relative entropy in spoken Romanian verbs

Verbs with a more prototypical frequency distribution of their inflected forms are processed faster

Perception of vowels with missing formants

Using more realistic synthetic vowels shows just how important formants are for vowel pereception

Types of personality based on the Big Five

There are three types of people (and you, because you are special)

Text layout and genre decision

Non-experts are firmer about the prose vs. poetry distinction based on text layout than experts

Individual differences in receptiveness to literature

Receptiveness to literature has little to do with literary expertise

Subjective experience of poetry

Experts have a more complex experience of poetry than non-experts

A corpus study of differences between prose poems and short stories

Wilde’s prose poems are more similar to his short stories than to Stein’s prose poems