I am a Research Associate in the department of Psychology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. I earned my MA in Psychology in 1997 and my Ph.D. in Psychology and Cognitive Science in 2003. The title of my thesis was "The Underlying Processes in the Repetition Priming Effect in Digit Data Entry". The title of my dissertation was Processing inflectional morphemes: Effects of segmentation difficulty, regularity, and frequency. A short version of it was published in Brain and Language in 2004, in the special issue dedicated to the 3rd Mental Lexicon conference. I will try to get a link up soon, and also link a pdf version of my CV and dissertation soon.
My research interests fall in the area of psycholinguistics and computational linguistics. I am especially interested in experimental psycholinguistics, reading, lexical access, and language acquisition. This semester (Spring 2005) I am also a Lecturer for the Department of Linguistics, teaching LING/PSYC 5300, Research in Psycholinguistics.
I am an associate member of the Institute of Cognitive Science at the University of Colorado. Go here to see my (very short!) list of publications (this listing is somewhat out of date). Page down one or two pages...
Before joining the Psychology department, I was in the Linguistics Department, also at CU Boulder. I earned my MA in Linguistics in 1992. I also have a BS in Computer Science from Tufts University (1985), and an MS in Computer Science from Stanford University (1986).