students

Sammy Floyd (Smith ’14): Grad student as of ’16: working on polysemy, pragmatics, information structure, and meaning.

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Karina Tachihara (UC Berkeley ’14): Grad student as of ’16: working on statistical word learning,  generalizations and exceptions, and neurolinguistics.

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Rebecca Blevins (Princeton ’19): learning complex morphology; Howard Crosby award winner (’18)

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Ana Patricia Esqueda (Princeton ’19): L2 learning

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Sonia Ann Friscia (Princeton ’19): cross-situational learning

Alexia Hernandez (Princeton Linguistics  ’19): Generalizations

Noe Claire Kong-Johnson (Princeton ’19): Modeling of similarity judgments

Serena Mon (Princeton ’20): Neuroscience of language

Larissa Oliviera (Princeton ’21)

 

Recent Alumni

Sarah Reid (Princeton ’18): polysemy learning

Charlotte Jeppson (Princeton ’18): Clinical Psychology Award for her work on polysemy in ASD.

Isaac Treves (Princeton ’18)

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Amy Cutchin Freyberger (Princeton ’17)

Matthew Barouch (Princeton ’16) Winner of George Miller prize in Cognitive Science: investigated statistical learning in language and music while word learning.

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Danielle Ellis (Princeton ’16): do verb meanings change when verbs are used in different constructions?

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Jalisha Braxton (Princeton ’16): reasoning performance when writing vs. typing

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