Here are my slides for SRCD 2019. A large body of research indicates that environmental factors like SES play a role in children's language development (for review see Fernald & Weisleder, 2011). These findings reveal that children's day-to-day language experiences vary tremendously, as do their developmental trajectories. Factors like SES, language input, and language processing … Continue reading SRCD 2019: language input and prediction
I'm very pleased to announce that I've received an NSF graduate fellowship. If you'd like, you can read my research statement here. So many people helped me with this - my advisors, my labmates, and the other students in my writing workshop - and I owe them a huge debt of gratitude. Their support and critical feedback really … Continue reading NSF success!
Here is my research statement for my 2016 NSF graduate fellowship proposal. Hopefully 2nd time's the charm!
Well, I didn't get an NSF graduate fellowship this year, but I did get useful feedback from reviewers. I'll do better next time! Reviewer 1: Overall Assessment of Intellectual Merit: Excellent Ms. Reuter has a 3.7 GPA from Univ. Wisconsin Madison. She has a dual degree in Spanish and Cognitive Psychology. She was a research technician … Continue reading NSF 2015 Reviews
I have 50 days (~7 weeks) to complete my NSF graduate research fellowship program application. The application is simpler than I imagined, and hinges mostly on two statements: a "personal, relevant background and future goals" statement, and a "graduate research plan" statement. The former is a summary of what I've done so far. The latter is … Continue reading 50 days to NSF 2015