My paper "The Reliability of Individual Differences in VOT Imitation" with Wei Lai and Meredith Tamminga is now out.
Paper Published in PiHPh
July 10, 2020
My paper "Perceptual Learning, Talker Specificity, and Sound Change" with Meredith Tamminga, Robert Wilder, and Wei Lai, is now out in Papers in Historical Phonology.
Doctoral Dissertation Defense
April 24, 2020
I successfully defended my doctoral dissertation, entitled "The Linguistic and the social intertwined: Linguistic convergence toward Southern speech"
Paper Published in Cognitive Science
April 3, 2020
My paper with Gareth Roberts, "Linguistic Convergence to Observed Versus Expected Behavior in an Alien‐Language Map Task" is now out in Cognitive Science.
January 5, 2020
I presented some of my dissertation research showing that "Speakers converge toward variants they haven't heard: The case of Southern monophthongal /ay/" at the LSA annual meeting.
October 10, 2019
Wei Lai will be presenting on Tamminga, Wade & Lai: "The search for predictors of individual differences in VOT imitation." I'll be presenting a talk on my project with Gareth Roberts: "Accommodation to observed vs. expected behavior in a laboratory experiment"
NSF DDRI Award
June 17, 2019
I was awarded an NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant for my dissertation, "Linguistic Accommodation to Southern Speech"
SBSI Brown Bag Talk
April 11, 2019
I will be giving a brownbag talk, "Speakers converge to linguistic variants they don’t hear: The case of the Southern /ay/ vowel," for the UPenn Social and Behavioral Sciences Initiative.
Dissertation Proposal Defense
December 18, 2018
I successfully defended the proposal for my dissertation, "Linguistic Accommodation to Southern Speech"
SBSI Small Grant Award
November 26, 2018
I was awarded a grant for my project on convergence to southern speech, from the UPenn Social and Behavioral Sciences Initiative.
PWPL Volume 24.2 Published
October 12, 2018
My Co-Editor Jordan Kodner and I are happy to announce that Penn Working Papers in Linguistics: Selected Papers from NWAV 46 has been published.