Currently a C.V. Starr Fellow, Princeton Neuroscience Institute
Starting in 2018, I'll be Asst. Professor of Psychology, Rutgers New Brunswick
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 semi-predictable variability across contexts. I am particularly—but not exclusively—interested in speech and language.
Data and analysis for a phonetic adaptation experiment: R package
278 Princeton Neuroscience Institute
Princeton, NJ 08540