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My research in a nutshell

A large portion of my research examines how prosodic information influences spoken language processing, especially in the uptake of segmental information. More broadly, my research deals with representations and processes in speech perception, prosody, intonation, and (primarily acoustic) phonetics.


I am a phonetician/ laboratory phonologist/ psycholinguist, and a Lecturer in Phonetics ( = Assistant Prof.) at The University of Edinburgh. Prior to this, I was a postdoctoral fellow at Northwestern University where I worked in the Prosody and Speech Dynamics Lab. I received my PhD in Linguistics from UCLA.

Education/Academic qualification

Linguistics, Doctor in Philosophy, Prosodic prominence in vowel perception and spoken language processing, University of California

… → 2020

External positions

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Northwestern University



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