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Women in LANGUAGE
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WiCS Networking Hubs are intended for use by the research community to support and promote the careers of women in cognitive science. Individuals are encouraged to reach out to other members of the group for networking. Considerate use of the contact information is expected.
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NameAffiliationPositionEmail addressLab or Personal WebsiteResearch TopicsWilling to Mentor? Describe timeframe/commitment.Interested in Networking? Describe needs and offers.
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Amy LebkuecherPenn State UniversityPhD Candidateaxl413@psu.edulanguage, motor planning, statistical learning, primingYes, I would like to explore possible postdoc opportunities.
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Kelly MichaelisNINDS and Georgetownpostdockcmichaelis@gmail.comspeech perception, brain stimulation, EEG, biofeedback, cognitive control, statistical learningYes - 1hr/week - happy to help with editing manuscripts, grants, advising Yes. I work with all-male superiors who have benefitted from old-school academia. Interested in discussing science ideas, as well as how to reform the lab culture without being labeled "problematic" or "difficult"
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Annabel CohenUniversity of Prince Edward IslandProfessoracohen@upei.camusicog.discoveryspace.ca
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Birgit RauchbauerAix-Marseille University, Francepost doc
birgit.rauchbauer@univ-amu.fr
social & developmental neuroscienceyes; to be arranged with mentee; up to twice a month?yes; especially also in a European WiCS hub, willing to coordinate
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Liuba PapeoCentre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), FranceTenured researcherliuba.papeo@isc.cnrs.frwww.liubapepo.comsocial perception and cognition, object and action knowledge, word understanding
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Katerina DrakoulakiNational and Kapodistrian University of AthensPhD student
katerina.drakoulaki@gmail.com
kdrakoulaki.netlify.apppsycholinguistics, music cognition, language disorders
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Heather SheridanUniversity at Albany, SUNYAssistant Professorhsheridan@albany.eduhttps://visualcognitionlab.com/reading, visual expertise, visual cognition, eye tracking, EEG/ERPs, computational modelingYes, I would be happy to be a mentor (The best format for me would be zoom meetings or phone calls either monthly or every couple of weeks).
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Morton Ann GernsbacherUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonVilas Research Professor & Sir Frederic Bartlett Professor of Psychologymagernsb@wisc.eduwww.GernsbacherLab.orghuman communication, including atypical and Internet-basedYes; four to five hours a monthSure
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Cheryl Cohen, PhDNone at present; PhD UCalifornia, Santa Barbara, 2008none at presentdrcheryl316@gmail.com
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Cheryl-Cohen-2
Interventions to mitigate effects of misinformation; please see https://cogbites.org/2021/03/01/the-implied-truth-effect/Yes. To be discussed.Yes. Interested in connecting with researchers working on efforts to counteract misinformation
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Tanya DashCRIUGMPost-doctanya.dash@outlook.combilinguism & cognitive controlyesyes
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Silke PaulmannUniversity of EssexProfessorpaulmann@essex.ac.ukemotional and motivational languageYes - availability depends on cycle of academic year
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Judith F KrollUC IrvineDistinguished Professorjfkroll@gmail.com
https://bilingualismmindbrain.com/research/
language learning, bilingualism, cognitive neuroscienceof course as long as time frame is reasonable!Sure
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Sarah Brown-SchmidtVanderbilt UniversityAssociate Professor
sarahbrownschmidt@gmail.com
sarahbrownschmidt.comlanguage, memory, conversation, amnesia, Alzheimer's disease, quantitative methods, real-world applications of cognitive scienceyes, happy to chat one or more times on zoomyes
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Si On YoonUniversity of Iowaassistant professorsion-yoon@uiowa.edupsycholinguistics
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Priya KalraU.W. MadisonPostdocpkalra2@wisc.edu
https://sites.google.com/view/priyabkalra
Memory, implicit learning, relational reasoning, expertise
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Annie Yixun LiThe Education University of Hong KongAssistant Professoryixunli@umd.eduLanguage Development and Reading Acquisition
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Bethany GardnerVamderbilt UniversityPhD student
bethanyhgardner@gmail.com
https://sites.google.com/view/bethany-gardner
psycholinguistics, sentence processing, gender, singular they/them pronouns, conversation memoryPotential collaborators, starting to think about postdoc positions soon
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Sara InceraEastern Kentucky UniversityAssistant Professorsara.incera@eku.edu
https://www.facebook.com/Multilingual.Laboratory/
Bilingualism, Foreign Accents, Language Acquisition, Bilingual Reading, Language & Emotion Once a monthNo specific needs/offers at the moment
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Xin XieUniversity of Rochesterxxie13@ur.rochester.eduSpoken language processing
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Ester NavarroClaremont Graduate University/Tufts UniversityGraduate student/Incoming Postdoc
ester.navarrogarcia@cgu.edu
bilingualism, social cognition, cognitive abilities, psychometric measurement
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Melissa Baese-BerkUniversity of OregonAssociate Professormbaesebe@uoregon.eduwww.melissabaeseberk.comSpeech perception, speech production, second language acquisitionHappy to mentor! 2 hours/month
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An NguyenJohns Hopkins UniversityPhD Candidatean.nguyen@jhu.edu
https://annguyen0212.github.io/
Language Acquisition, Cognitive DevelopmentInterested in finding a mentor or networking with people with similar background who are working in industry
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Yoolim KimMax Planck Institute for the Science of Human HistoryPostdoctoral Researcherykim6@wellesley.eduPsycholinguistics, language processing, orthographic processing, writing systems, Korean / Hangul. Yes! It would be helpful to receive some external advice (i.e., fresh perspective) to help recalibrate thoughts and ideas and to get general feedback on career-related decisions/trajectory.
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Matt GoldrickNorthwestern UniversityProfessor
matt-goldrick@northwestern.edu
https://faculty.wcas.northwestern.edu/matt-goldrick/#!/
Speech production, speech perception, computational modeling, speech errors, bilingualismYes. 2 hours/month.Yes, happy to connect on research topics above and professional development
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Irina LavrovaTexas Tech UniversityGraduate studentirina.lavrova@ttu.edu
https://www.depts.ttu.edu/psy/cognition/
categorization behavior, language and emotion
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Nichol CastroUniversity at BuffaloAssistant Professornicholca@buffalo.edu
https://sites.google.com/view/alnlab/home
word retrieval; language production; mental lexicon; network science; aphasia; dementia; cognitive agingYes, undergrad/graduate/post-doc; monthly meetings or as needed; willing to review papers/grants/other materialsSeeking own mentorship, as well as research collaborators; willing to assist with others' research projects as appropriate, read materials, etc
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Barbara MaltLehigh UniversityProfessor of Psychology and Cognitive Sciencebarbara.malt@lehigh.edu
https://www.lehigh.edu/~bcm0/bcm0/index.html
word meaning, concepts, sustainabilityprobably not, since I will be retiring soonNot sure what is expected here
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Jean E. Fox TreeUniversity of California Santa CruzProfessorfoxtree@ucsc.edu
https://foxtree.sites.ucsc.edu/jean-e-fox-tree/
discourse processes
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Anna JafarpourUniversity of Washingtonannaja@uw.edu
https://sites.google.com/uw.edu/annajafarpour
memory; perception; computational neurosciencecareer mentorship, transition from postdoc to assistant professorship
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Nazbanou NozariCarnegie Mellon UniversityAssociate professorbnozari@andrew.cmu.eduhttps://www.nozarilab.com/Language production, executive controlyes
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Margarita PavlovaUniversity of Kansasgraduate studentmargarita.velinova@gmail.comhttps://sites.google.com/view/margarita-pavlova/welcomeanalogy, reasoning, cognitive developmentNot now.Yes. Navigating the post-doc market as an international student in the U.S.Cognitive Development
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YaelManchester Met UniversitySenior Lecturery.benn@mmu.ac.ukhttps://www.mmu.ac.uk/health-psychology-and-communities/staff/profile/index.php?id=2168Numerical Cognition, Goal directed behaviour, information processingYes. My availability is flexible and depends on time of the year, but I am an experienced and committed mentor, and have mentored people from high school up to Lecturer level. Very interested in networking. I am able to help with fMRI analysis, study designs and ideas, and often need help with analysis using R, or complex stats. I am also seeking large data sets for analysing aspects of numerical cognition post brain damage- any offers welcome!Embodied cognition
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Svetlana PinetBCBL, SpainPostdoctoral researchers.pinet@bcbl.euhttps://www.bcbl.eu/en/conocenos/equipo/svetlana-pinetLanguage production, Writing/Typingonce or twice a monthWithin the field of language to increase the visibility of my research topic (written language production) // Outside the field of language to enrich my perspectives on related topics (e.g., motor control, metacognition)
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Maaike EsselaarManchester Metropolitan UniversityPhD Student19007487@stu.mmu.ac.ukCognitive biases in chronic painNoYes, meeting others from different institutions
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Diana López-BarrosoUniversity of MalagaPostdoctoral researcherdlopezbarroso@gmail.comCognitive Neurology And Aphasia UnitLanguage , aphasia, brain plasticity, Structural neuroimaging, Functional neuroimagingYes Yes, aphasia recovery, language learning, MRI
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Claudia PenalozaUniversitat de BarcelonaPostdoctoral researcherclaudia_penaloza@hotmail.comhttps://claudiapenaloza.wixsite.com/websiteaphasia, language disorders, language learning, cognitive neuropsychology, bilingual aphasia
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Carla Hudson KamUniversity of British Columbia (Linguistics)ProfessorCarla.HudsonKam@ubc.cahttp://blogs.ubc.ca/languageandlearninglab/Language development, language change, language processing in development, input, gestureYes, interested in developing longer term mentoring relationshipsyes, interested in networking to develop my own career trajectory (finding outreach and admin opportunities at other institutions)
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Efthymia KapnoulaBCBL, SpainPostdoctoral researchere.kapnoula@bcbl.euhttp://effiekapnoula.com/speech perception, word learning, spoken/visual word recognitionYesYes
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tatiana schnurbaylor college of medicineassociate professorttschnur@gmail.com
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Rachel OstrandIBM ResearchResearch Scientistostrand.rachel@gmail.com
ibm.biz/RachelOstrand ;
https://pages.ucsd.edu/~rostrand/
linguistic alignment/adaptation, psycholinguistics, language production, markers of spontaneous speech to predict MCI/Alzheimer's disease/cognitive declineYes, 1-2 times/monthSure! Any of the following: sharing research ideas, collaboration, giving research talks externally, discussion of doing basic science research in industry, resume prep (esp for industry jobs), career trajectory decisions.
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Laura MorettUniversity of AlabamaAssistant Professorlmorett@ua.edunerdlab.ua.eduGesture and its relationship to language, cognitive and neural bases of language and gesture processing1-2 times/monthDefinitely! Would be useful to swap grant proposals or manuscripts with someone who knows relevant fields, journals, and programs. Would also be helpful to have a mentor who can advise me how to make a strong tenure case in a dept. in which nobody on the T&P committee does language research or understands how rigorous and competitive journals and grants in our field are.
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Nikole PatsonOhio State University at marionassociate professorpatson.3@osu.eduhttps://u.osu.edu/patson.3/psycholinguisticsyes, willing to meet monthly as neededyes. I'm interested in connecting over research and professional development. I'm especially interested in connecting with those who've been successful pushing for institutional change
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Kirsten ReadSanta Clara UniversityAssistant Professorkread@scu.eduhttps://blogs.scu.edu/readlab/preschool-aged language development (particularly supporting vocabulary acquisition), shared book reading, emergent bilingualism, lexical prediction & suprise.Yes, 1-2 times/monthSimilar to above, I would love to connect with others at a similar pre-tenure stage (especially at smaller universities) to talk about lab management, balancing (juggling) research goals, swap research proposal & grant ideas, possibly collaborate and definitely commiserate during the tenure process and beyond.
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Emily CoderreUniversity of VermontAssistant Professor
emily.coderre@med.uvm.edu
https://www.emilycoderre.com/
semantic processing, narrative comprehension, neuroimaging, autismYes, monthlyYes, anything!
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Mija Van Der WegeCarleton Collegeassociate professormvanderw@carleton.edudiscourse processing, common ground, reference, social mediayesyes
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Carolyn AndersonWellesley CollegeAssistant Professor
carolyn.anderson@wellesley.edu
http://canders1.github.io/semantics, pragmatics, computational modeling, perspectiveyes, monthlyYes! I'd be interested in collaborating on projects or grants, and talking to others at undergraduate-focused institutions about tenure and lab management
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Alexia GalatiUNC CharlotteAssistant Professoragalati@uncc.eduwww.alexiagalati.compsycholinguistics, interpersonal coordination, audience design, multimodality, gestureyes, monthlyYes
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Gabriella ViglioccoUniversity College LondonProfessorg.vigliocco@ucl.ac.uk
http://www.language-cognition-lab.org/
semantics,lexical processing, language production, multimodality, gestureyes, monthly
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Lynne NygaardEmory UniversityProfessorlnygaar@emory.edu
https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/nygaardlab/
speech perception, language processing, perceptual learning, sound symbolismyes, monthlyyes
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Stephanie N. Del TufoUniversity of DelawareAssistant Professorsdeltufo@udel.eduhttps://sites.udel.edu/danelaboratory/Individual differences in learning, language, and literacy across the lifespan.Yes, interested in developing longer term mentoring relationshipsYes. I have no immediate needs, but would love to feel more connected to WiCS
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Andriana ChristofalosUniversity at Albany, SUNYPostdoctoral researcherachristofalos@albany.eduwww.andrianachristofalos.comHigher level language processes involved in reading, semantic integration, inference generation, right hemisphere language processes, individual differences in reading fluency, working memory, situation models, eye-tracking, tDCS. Yes-- willing to meet a few times a month.Yes, interested in discussing professional development, chatting about research, and forming collaborations.
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Haoyu (Nina) ZhouUniversity of Oxford (graduated)previous MSc studentn.zhou.16@alumni.ucl.ac.ukFirst and second language acquisition; multilingualism; statistical and discriminative learning; multimodality; Suprasegmental speech perception and productionYes, if there's anything I can help.Yes, I am interested in oppotunities to apply brain-imaging techniques or computational modelling in langauge research.
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Vicky Tzuyin LaiUniversity of ArizonaAssistant Professortzuyinlai@email.arizona.edu
https://neurolang.lab.arizona.edu/
Psycholinguistics, Cognitive Neuroscience of Language, Semantics, Pragmatics, EEGYes, once a monthYes
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Marie-Frace Champoux-LarssonUniversity of Chicago & Mid Sweden Universitypostdoc mfclarsson@gmail.com
https://www.miun.se/en/personnel/mariefrancechampouxlarsson/
language, bilingualism, and emotion, and how they interact in social contexts, foreign and regional accents, decision making in a foreign languageNot at the momentYes, open to discuss research and carreer in academia
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Edith KaanUniversity of FloridaAssoc Professorkaan@ufl.eduhttps://blab.lin.ufl.edu/psycholinguistics, EEG, Sentence processing, Cognitive Neuroscience of Language, L2/bilingualism
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Alejandrina CristiaCNRS, ENS, Paris, FranceResearcheralecristia@gmail.comalex.acristia.orgfirst language acquisition, phonology, cross-cultural and individual variationNot at the momentYes, I'd love to promote people from under-represented backgrounds
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