Graduate Student, Department of Psychology
Lab Affiliation(s): ISÍ (I see) Eye-tracking Lab; Bilingualism, Mind, and Brain Lab
Research Interests: Bilingual speech production and sentence processing; The relationship between lexical and syntactic representations; Code-switching; The role of experience in language
- By using the eye-tracking technique to examine how, and under which circumstances, L2 speakers are able to predict syntactic information during auditory sentence comprehension.
- By investigating how different kinds of bilingual experiences (codeswitchers vs. non-codeswitchers) yield different consequences for language processing, particularly in the context of word production.
- By using the fMRI technique to examine the relation between language production deficits and aging, and how such deficits relate to behavioral/brain performance (with Dr. Michele Diaz).
3351 Olmsted Hall
University of California, Riverside
Email: navarro.torresc AT gmail.com