Spoken language processing, developmental and acquired language disorders, computational models
Dr. Phoebe Gaston
Spoken word recognition; prediction
Also working with Emily Myers
Monica is interested in the cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying spoken word recognition, particularly regarding how top-down (e.g., attention, context) and bottom-up (e.g., speech signal, noise) information interact to determine speech perception.
Co-major advisor: Emily Myers
Spoken word recognition, prediction, neurobiology of language, talker variability
Christian collaborates with lab members on a variety of computational and cognitive neuroscience projects.
ZhaoBin was a visiting scholar in 2020 and continues to collaborate on multiple projects. He developed the terrific LexFindR package during his 'visit' (it was remote, due to the pandemic).
Associate Professor, Pennsylvania State University
PhD (co-advised by Carol Fowler) 2009
Artificial intelligence researcher, Smilegate Holdings, Seoul
CCNL visiting scholar and postdoc, 2016-2020
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