I am a Ph.D. student of Linguistics at the University of Arizona. My general research interests include cognitive science, speech production and processing, psycholinguistics, corpus linguistics, morphosyntax, and indigenous languages and grammars. I also love to cook, and occasionally brew my own beer and cider.
About My Research
I work with conversational speech corpora to examine the effects of lexical-phonological neighbors on the realization of phonetic cues. My dissertation work is extending this research into new phonetic cues and new languages.
I am also working with Dr. Maryia Fedzechkina on implementing web-based versions of artificial language learning experiments, testing potential biases on language learning using the experiment builder and implementation platform FindingFive.
For more about my research, visit my research page.