This fall, I started working on my second qualifying paper. I am examining the effect of nasal substitution (NS) in Dabaw Bisaya (Austronesian) on lexical access, using auditory masked priming, a relatively recently developed methodology that serves as the auditory analog of visual masked priming. Click here for more information.
For my first qualifying paper, I looked at the role of Tagalog voice/agreement morphology in resolving filler-gap dependencies in real-time, using the Stops-Making-Sense task. Click here for more information.
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