Meaning in a Social World
Dec 18, 2021
We investigate how the brain supports building meaning that combines what people say with who is saying it, guided by the understanding that stereotypes and biases can shape (and misshape) comprehension.
Associate Professor of Linguistics & Psychology
Neurolinguistics, semantics, and syntax.
Ideologies about standard language in the United States often posit Mainstream U.S. English (MUSE) as a morally superior variety (Hill …
Join us virtually for posters on morphological priming, memory interference, and multi-modal approaches to understanding …
Mar 23, 2022 — Mar 26, 2022 (Virtual) University of California, Santa Cruz
Looking forward to (virtually) sharing the latest with everyone this year! Including: flash talks by Tamarae Hildebrandt on EEG …
Mar 4, 2021 — Mar 6, 2021 (Virtual) University of Pennsylvania
Posters on neural entrainment, relative clause processing, and accented-speech comprehension!
Oct 21, 2020 — Oct 24, 2020 Virtual
All the latest from the lab! Including: a talk from Rachel Weissler about expectation-based processing for African American Language, …
Mar 19, 2020 — Mar 21, 2020 (Virtual) University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Student posters on dialect processing and neural entrainment, new work on memory mechanisms, and my ‘Early Career’ talk!
Aug 20, 2019 — Aug 22, 2019 Helsinki, Finland
Mar 15, 2018 12:00 AM — Mar 17, 2018 12:00 AM University of California, Davis