About

I’m an associate professor in Linguistics at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. I am a psycholinguist, and I study how we encode and manage linguistic information in memory during the course of routine language understanding. In my work I use a range of computational and experimental tools, and I investigate data from a range of different languages. For more information see the research page.

My CV is here. You can find data, material, scripts, and write-ups of current projects on my Open Science Framework page.