I am a linguist and a psycholinguist. I study language processing and language production. In my work, I investigate how speakers use their grammatical knowledge to guide real-time language processing, and how this varies across languages. Our group investigates a range of issues in this area, using typologically diverse languages and a range of experimental techniques, including eye-tracking-while-reading, visual world, and behavioral experimental techniques.
PhD in Linguistics, 2011
University of Maryland
BA in Linguistics, 2004
Proseminar in Syntactic Theory; Fall, 2019
Acceptability, Decision-making and Parsing; Summer, 2019