My research focuses on the psychology of language in monolingual and bilingual adults and children, emphasizing the contribution of variations in speech sounds to phonological and word learning and processing. I have used a variety of methods such as EEG, standard perception tests, and learning/recognition paradigms, but my main expertise is in eye tracking.
After my Ph.D. at the University of Ottawa in the Department of Linguistics, I completed postdoctoral fellowships in the Department of Psychology at the University of Toronto Mississauga and in the Department of Psychology and Brain and Mind Institute at the University of Western Ontario. I currently work as a Knowledge Mobilization Specialist at Research Impact Canada.
I am originally from Québec City, one of Canada’s oldest French-speaking cities and the province capital, which is the last remaining inhabited fortified city in North America. I completed my B.A. and M.A. degrees at Université Laval in the Department of Languages, Linguistics, and Translation.
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