Julia Strand, visiting assistant professor of psychology, recently gave an invited talk to the University of California, Berkeley linguistics department colloquium, titled "Recognizing words by sight and sound: Lexical competition and the mental lexicon." Strand’s work focuses on how people perceive spoken language and is based on researched conducted with Carleton students over the past year. The project focused specifically on the use of contextual information to make the task of processing speech easier.
Strand Presents Research Conducted with Carleton Students
April 11, 2013