Research

My research investigates how infants, children, and adults process and learn language. How do we so efficiently send and receive complex information from one brain to another? How do we finish each other’s… sandwiches? (And why might we find that sentence funny?) Currently I’m a doctoral candidate in Psychology, working with Dr. Casey Lew-Williams and Dr. Lauren … Continue reading Research

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Teaching

Over the past decade, I have pursued teaching experiences in the classroom, in the lab, and across the broader campus community. I have been an assistant instructor (preceptor) for multiple psychology courses, created and taught an online course (Introduction to Statistics with R), and worked at the Princeton Writing Center. Additionally, I have mentored under-represented … Continue reading Teaching

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