I am a Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the University of British Columbia, and an affiliated researcher in Dr. Janet Werker's Infant Studies Centre

As teaching faculty, my primary responsibility is the instruction of undergraduate courses in Psychology. Currently, I teach all sections of PSYC 302 (Infancy) and one section of PSYC 102 (Introduction to Psychology).

In addition to my teaching responsibilities, I also conduct research with young infants. My work is primarily centred on the acquisition and development of speech perception throughout the lifespan. I use eyetracking to examine not only auditory speech perception, but especially how the visual and tactile senses contribute to the development of the speech percept in infancy.

I received my Master’s degree in Experimental Linguistics in 2012 at the University of Alberta, where I worked in the Alberta Phonetics Laboratory and the Centre for Comparative Psycholinguistics with Dr. Benjamin Tucker. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Romance Linguistics and Education from Duke University in 2009.

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