I am a visiting assistant professor in the department of linguistics at Georgetown University. My research is focused on phonology, with a primary focus on the acquisition of morphophonology. My approach to the acquisition of morphophonology is both experimental and computational. My research interests include;

  • Phonological and morphological development in children
  • Experimental investigation of the organization of paradigms in first language learners
  • Computational modeling of development of phonological and morphological knowledge
  • Interaction of tonal and segmental alternations
Georgetown University
1437 37th St. NW. Poulton Hall 240
Washington, DC 20057-1051


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