B.Sc. Psychology; Linguistics
My research interests include morphological processing, language development, and bilingualism. My current research examines how morphological representations develop from childhood to adulthood in first and second language speakers of English and French using cross-modal morphological priming.
Kolne, K., Hill, K., & Gonnerman, L. (2013, January). The role of morphology in spelling: Long-term effects of training. In Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (Vol. 35, No. 35).
2015 SSHRC CGS-M: Canada Graduate Scholarship (Masters)