Tim is a student in the CMU Department of Psychology and a member of HoltLab@CMU. He is interested in cognitive science, second language learning, phonology, and auditory neuroscience.
Chisom is a student in the CMU Department of Psychology and a member of HoltLab@CMU. She is interested in speech perception, second language acquisition, psycholinguistics training methods for language learning, and auditory neuroscience.
Chun-Ying is a student in the CMU Department of Modern Languages. She is from Taiwan and is interested in bilingualism and the mental lexicon. She likes to eat and enjoys delicious food, art, drawing, and painting.
Botagoz is a student in the CMU Department of Modern Languages. She is from Kazakhstan and is interested in L2 reading and language assessment. She likes to run and swim.
Adam is a student in the CMU Department of Modern Languages. He is interested in understanding language learning and non-native speech perception through psycholinguistics, data analytics, and open science. He enjoys spending time with family, hiking with Leo -his dog- on birding adventures, and trying not to kill his herb “garden”.
Martina is a Statistics and Machine Learning major. She's interested in speech perception and enjoys SCUBA diving.
Chloe is a Pittsburgh native pursuing a Biology/Psychology major and a Gender Studies minor. She enjoys Trader Joes and ceramics.
Xiaohan is a Statistics and Chinese Studies double major, and a Linguistics minor. She is interested in language data analysis, and enjoys national parks, traveling, taking walks, and a good cup of coffee.
Mudita is a Statistics and Machine Learning major. She is interested in the acquired learning patterns between monolinguals and multilinguals. Her hobbies include playing video games and going around Pittsburgh trying new restaurants.
Andrew has not been seen in the lab for quite some time, and he really isn't known for his linguistics, but his heart is in the work.
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participating in one of our studies? Contact the lab's
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