I am a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Centre for Comparative Psycholinguistics at the University of Alberta, doing research at the intersection of extra-linguistic information and language comprehension with Dr. Juhani Järvikivi.
“Hey, did you know that how much disgust you feel when you think of touching dog poop tells us something about how your brain is likely to react to spoken language?“1
I also work as an Assistant Lecturer; see below for current and upcoming courses.
I am also the Vice-Chair of the Edmonton Transit Service Advisory Board (ETSAB), which does research and writes reports to advise City Council on transit-related matters.
Ph.D., Experimental Psycholinguistics, 2019
University of Alberta
MA, Linguistics & Web Technology, 2014
BA, Anglophone Studies, 2012
A quick gist on how to deploy your GitHub-hosted Hugo Academic webpage when the
public directory (i.e. the deployed website) is a submodule of the main source files directory/repo.
We find out which are the most positive, arousing, and dominant words in Friends!
We find out which are the most ‘defining’ words in Friends!