One week until I leave for Kobe! I’ll be taking part in the Japan Society for Promotion of Science 2016 Summer Program and continuing my research of bilingual cognitive control in different linguistic environments. Such a great research opportunity!
It’s almost August! Which means about one more month to finish up summer projects. However, rather than shrinking, my to-do list seems to be growing. Which, in my world, is never a bad thing! Research-wise, all my data is neatly organized and a large portion of it is ready to be
Now that the semester is over and summer is officially here, it is time for some summer projects. Here’s a small sample of my to-do list: 133 participants have been tested for the Stroop and ANT tasks, and the data is nearly all analysed! Now writing up the results and preparing
Happy news! The article that Dr. Laura Sabourin and I wrote is now available online! Here’s the abstract: The Stroop task has become a popular paradigm in investigations of bilingual cognitive control. While several studies show a cognitive control advantage for bilinguals, rece
Back from the Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP) 2014 conference in beautiful Edinburgh! I will post a link to my poster “The Earlier, the Better? Bilingual Cognitive Control and Age of Acquisition” on the site soon!