2nd year graduate student, M.S. Human Language Technology
Full-time staffperson in the University Information Technology Services (UITS) Office of Student Computing Resources (OSCR). Supervises the Multimedia Learning Lab, one of OSCR's several multimedia computer labs. Manages OSCR's Gear-to-Go service. Operates and maintains a server room computing cluster dedicated to the preparation,...
3rd year Grad Student, PhD Linguistics: I am a graduate student in Linguistics with a focus on Psycholinguistics and Computational Linguistics. My current research involves sentence processing, emergent regularization in iterated artificial language learning, and category effects on lexical access. My language interests include English, American Sign Language, and Plains Indian Sign Language...
Dissertator, Phd Program: Linguistics. Syntax and its interface with morphology and semantics; Determiner Phrase: pronouns, demonstratives, and definite articles; Compounding and reduplication
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First Year PhD Student
My primary interests include psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, L1/L2 acquisition, bilingualism, codeswitching, Semitic languages, cognition, and language disorders (particularly aphasias).
3rd year, Phd Program: Linguistics
My primary interests are in phonetic and phonological acquisition and processing in bilingual individuals. The techniques I use to address these issues are neurological (electroencephalography), psycholinguistic, and computational.
Dissertator, Phd Program: Linguistics
I specialize in first language acquisition: specifically, the use of prosody in learning syntax. Other areas of interest include cross-linguistic studies, statistical learning, and developmental language disorders.
First Year Native American Languages and Linguistics Masters Student. I am studying Southern California languages and my interests are language revitalizaton and early childhood language acquisition and morphology and syntax.