For a complete, current list of papers and presentations, please see my CV. Downloadable copies of some of my papers and presentations are available at my ResearchGate page. Comments, queries, and suggestions are always welcome.
Current major themes in my research include individual differences in the neurocognitive mechanisms supporting lexical and morphosyntactic processing, memory encoding and cue-based memory retrieval processes subserving language, and the time course of information retrieval in lexical access and grammatical encoding in language production. My research frequently utilizes recordings of electrical brain activity during real-time language processing (namely, event related brain potentials, ERPs), which I supplement with eye tracking, self-paced reading, priming, and elicited production methods. My work is funded by a generous grant from the National Science Foundation.