Agnieszka Ewa Krautz (née Tytus) is currently working as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Chair of English Linguistics (AI).
She received her M.A. degree in Ethnolinguistics from A. Mickiewicz University in Poland and an M.Phil. degree in Psychology and Education from the University of Cambridge, England. She completed her doctoral studies with a Ph.D. in Psycholinguistics at King’s College, London in 2013 and last year finished her post-doctoral qualification (Habilitation) in English Linguistics at the University of Mannheim.
Since 2014, she has worked as an Academic Staff Member at the University of Mannheim, following a part-time appointment at the Heidelberg University. Her research interest include: bilingual and multilingual language processing and representation, second language acquisition, the impact of language on cognition, aspects of human psychology that interact with linguistic processing including emotionality, decision making, and perception of self. Her current projects relate to investigation of the multilingual emotionality, lexical creativity, and establishing an open source picture naming database.
The classes taught by Dr. Krautz include: the Introduction to English Linguistics and Language Processing lectures, intermediate seminars in Quantitative Research in Linguistics, Semantics, and the Mental Lexicon as well as advanced seminars in Psycholinguistics of Bilingualism and Language and Cognition.