I'm a postdoctoral research fellow in cognitive science at the University of Melbourne supervised by Charles Kemp. Broadly, I am interested in semantics and concepts. My current research attempts to answer four questions:
        1) How do we represent meaning?
        2) How do children learn the meanings of words?
        3) How do people understand sentences during online processing?
        4) How does context interact with meaning?
I address these questions with computational modeling, behavioral experiments with adults and children and, every now and then, neuro-imaging methods (specifically fMRI).

Starting Aug. 2020, I will be a lecturer in computational cognitive science at the University of Edinburgh School of Informatics.


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Current and Past Research Assistants

Claude Galette

Lauren Oey

Collaborators

Kidd Lab

KurTan Lab

EvLab

TedLab