I am currently a first year Ph.D. student at the University of Maryland working on topics in speech perception. Some areas of interest include bilingual and non-native speech perception, accent and talker adaptation, first and second language acquisition, phonetic variability, ambiguity resolution, and the use of computational, behavioral, and neuro-imaging technology. My secondary interests include topics in music perception and overlap between music and speech.
My non-academic interests include traveling, studying languages (Mandarin and Korean mainly), practicing violin, web programming, and writing.
B.A. in Linguistics, 2018
University of Utah
Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology (transferred), 2020-2021
Ph.D. in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science, 2021-present
University of Maryland