News and other stuff
12/23/22: Presentation at SLHS Weekly Seminar - Spring 2023
I am scheduled to give a presentation as part of the Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences Weekly Seminary series on February 20th, 2023. I will be presenting data from two studies investigating lexical priming and the role that lexical accessibility plays in language processing by older adults.
10/5/22: Presentation at Academy of Aphasia conference
I'm excited to present at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Aphasia in Philadelphia at the end of October. The full AoA program can be found here.
4/14/22: Presentation at Clinical Aphasiology Conference
I'll be presenting a poster at the Clinical Aphasiology Conference May 17 – 21, 2022. If you'll be there, come say hi. Our poster is titled "The influence of aging and lexical accessibility on passive sentence production", and examines the influence of lexical priming on incremental sentence production across the lifespan.
8/1/2021: Position as a post-doc on T32 training grant
In August of 2021, I will start a position as a post-doc on a T32 training grant in the Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences at Purdue University. I will be joining the Aphasia Research Lab under the direction of Dr. Jiyeon Lee.
4/10/2021: Workshop on internet-based experiments at the Purdue Linguistics Symposium 2021
As part of the 2021 Purdue Linguistics Symposium I will be hosting a workshop on online experiments with Amy Hutchinson. The workshop is geared toward those who have never carried out an online experiment before and want to learn about some of the important considerations or those who have done online experiments using one software package or platform and would like to learn about additional resources. The handout from the workshop can be found here.
3/15/2021: Presentation at Purdue Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences Weekly Seminar
I will be giving a talk at the Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences Weekly Seminar on March 15th. The title of my talk is "Examining the processing of word order alternations across populations: Potential implications for understanding sentence planning in persons with aphasia". The abstract can be found here.
3/5/2021: 34th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing
I'm really excited to be presenting a short, 5-minute talk (in lieu of a poster) as part of the special session at CUNY 2021. The special session theme is "Language Acquisition and Language Processing: Finding New Connections", which is described in more detail here. My talk will be part of the evening parallel session on Friday (3/5) which will start at 6:30pm EST. The full CUNY program can be found here. I'll post a recording of the talk here sometime over the weekend.
11/18/2020: LING Lunch
At this week's LING Lunch I presented some of the preliminary findings from my dissertation. I talked mainly about the results from the monolingual English speaker group and their potential implications for the statistical preemption account of the acceptability of heavy NP shift in English (Goldberg, 2011). A recording of the talk can be found here.
Boston and the Charles River 📸 Polaroid SX-70, Polaroid color SX-70 film
Lipstick plant in the sun 📸 Polaroid SLR 680, Polaroid color 600 film
A fun trip 📸 Polaroid SX-70, Polaroid color SX-70 film