I recently defended my PhD within English Linguistics. My dissertation focused on the processing difficulty of negated meanings at the word level using artificial language learning, and at the sentence level using ERPs .
My research interests involve exploring the dynamics of language processing using experimental methods such as eye tracking and EEG/ERP. More specifically, I am interested in investigating the processing cost associated with negated words and statements and to what extent contextual factors modulate this processing cost.
Other tasks and qualifications
Coordinator, Lund Eye Tracking Academy (LETA), Humanities Laboratory, HT2013-VT2017
Treasurer, board member, Scandinavian Association for Language and Cognition (SALC), April 2017 - present
PhD student representative, English Linguistics Research Committee, HT2015 - VT2019