Dissertation Defense – Anne Neveu

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Ziemann Suite B, Waisman Center
@ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Anne Neveu, Ph.D.

Anne Neveu, Ph.D.

Paired-associate and Cross-situational Word Learning in Monolingual and Bilingual Adults

Anne is a doctoral student in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, working with Dr. Kaushanskaya. She received a Master’s degree in Translation and Intercultural Communication from ISIT, Paris, France, and a first Ph.D. in Translation Studies from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, where she studied the time course of target language activation during source text reading for translation, using eye-tracking and translation entropy data. Her research interests include bi/multilingual language processing and the interaction between language development and executive functions in children and adults with and without language impairments, cross-language activation and production in highly proficient bilinguals and translators, and speech perception, planning and production in multilingual contexts.

Committee Members

Rita Kaushanskaya
Caroline Niziolek
Benjamin Parrell
Kimberly Mueller
Jenny Saffran