B.A. Linguistics, University of Michigan
Second year Ph.D. student in Linguistics
Research interests: hierarchical structure in language and action; language acquisition, processing hierarchical structure in the brain.
BA in Linguistics, Anthropology, New York University; MA in Linguistics, University of Toronto
Fourth year Ph.D. student in Linguistics
Research interests: language variation and change, quantitative sociolinguistics, and usage-based approaches to phonology and morphosyntax.
B.A. Linguistics and French, Georgetown University
Ph.D. Linguistics, Georgetown University
Research interests: how children learn correlations among patterns of syntax and morphology; how the brain processes syntax.
BA in Brain & Cognitive Sciences, University of Rochester
Ph.D. Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience, Georgetown University
Research interests: how language is acquired by young children; statistical learning, learning rules and variation.