Publications

Switching It Up: Investigating Naturalistic, Infant-Directed Code-Switching (Poster)

Code-switching (e.g., “Are you hungry? Est-ce que tu veux une apple?”) is common in bilingual environments and may affect language …

Investigating Naturalistic Code-Switching Directed Towards Infants (Poster)

In an environment where people speak multiple languages, it is common for those languages to be mixed together in everyday speech. This …

Rhythmic Similarity and Advantages on Vowel Perception: Differences among 9-month-old Dutch bilinguals (Poster)

In order to successfully acquire both of their languages, bilingual children must discriminate the two languages in their environment. …

The effects of Spanish heritage language literacy on English reading for Spanish–English bilingual children in the US

Models of monolingual literacy propose that reading acquisition builds upon children’s semantic, phonological, and orthographic …

Sexist swearing and slurs: Responses to gender-directed insults

Swearing is a part of everyday life for many, but its functions, and the reasons why certain words are deemed “taboo”, may not be …