Leading Researcher (funded by research project № 19-18-00040), Yuri Stepanov Centre for Theory and Practice of Communication
Maria Kiose specializes in cognitive semantics, multimodal communication, theories of text and discourse, theories of indirect naming, the use of eye-tracking technologies in linguo-cognitive research.
In 1999, Maria Kiose graduated from Sholokhov Moscow State University for Humanities with honors. In 2003, she defended her PhD thesis "Kognitivnye aspekty alljuzii" [Cognitive aspects of allusions]. In 2015, under the academic supervision of Olga Iriskhanova, Maria Kiose obtained a Dr.habil. degree with a thesis on techniques and characteristics of indirect naming in texts.
- The Theory of Polycodes (Moscow State Linguistic University)
- Linguistic Methodology: Latest Trends (Moscow State Linguistic University)
Seminars and Workshops
- Eye-tracking experiments in multimodal studies (Scientific school "Methods of multimodal communication", 2020, Moscow State Linguistic University)
- What the Eyes "Tell" About Texts (Scientific school "Methods of multimodal communication", 2019, Moscow State Linguistic University)
- Eye-tracking Technologies in Multimodal Research (Scientific school "Methods of multimodal communication", 2017, Moscow State Linguistic University)
- Kiose M.I. Naimenovanie v tekste: prjamoe i neprjamoe [Naming in texts: direct and indirect]. Moscow: Ontoprint, 2015.
- Kiose M.I. Alljuzii. Aspekty semantiki i perevoda [Allusions. Semantical and translational aspects]. Moscow: MIM LINK, 2008.
- (with Olga Iriskhanova) Texnologii transfera meždisciplinarnyx terminov v lingvistiku // Lingvistika i semiotika kul’turnyx transferov: metody, principy, texnologii. Koll. monografija [Ways of transfering interdisciplinary terminology to linguistics // Linguistic and semiotic aspects of culture transfers: methods, principles, techniques]. Ed. by V.V. Fečšenko. Moscow: Kul’turnaja revoljucija, 2016. pp. 151-180.
- Age factor and its role in the readers’ comprehension of stylistic heterogeneity: Evidence from eye movements and default responses // Journal of Siberian Federal University. Humanities & Social Sciences, 13(3), 2020. P. 354–366. DOI: 10.17516/1997-1370-0562
- The interplay of syntactic and lexical salience and its effect on default figurative responses // Studies in Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric, 61 (74), 2020. P. 161-178. DOI: 10.2478/slgr-2020-0004