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My research focuses on real-time sentence processing in different groups of speakers. In my research, I use different experimental methods, such as the visual-world eye-tracking paradigm, to study how and when listeners exploit information sources like morphological case marking for interpretation. I am interested in potential differences between groups of speakers, for example, between native and non-native or native-dominant and bi-/multilingual speakers, and the sources of these differences (e.g., cross-linguistic influence).
I am an open science enthusiast. All data and scripts of my published work can be found online on the Open Science Framework (OSF).