I work on sensation and perception in a non-stationary world. My work uses behavioral, computational, and neural approaches to understand how sensory systems adapt to structured variability across contexts.

I am particularly—but not exclusively—interested in speech and language.


Assistant Professor of Psychology, Rutgers New Brunswick

Previously C.V. Starr Fellow, Princeton Neuroscience Institute

I did my PhD at the University of Rochester in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, where I was affiliated with the Human Language Processing Lab and the Raizada Lab


Take your data to go as an R package: tutorial and git repository

Data and analysis for a phonetic adaptation experiment: R package

Running phonetics experiments online: demo and source code

Simulating false positive rates and power for mixed models: slides as pdf or source code.

Intro to literate programming in R with knitr: lab wiki page

Using plyr for data analysis etc.: slides as pdf or knitr source



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