marlago [at] uni-potsdam.de
House 14, office 2.14
I study sentence comprehension in native and non-native speakers across different languages. My goal is to figure out how humans represent and use grammatical knowledge, and how their knowledge changes when they are exposed to a new language. I use eye-tracking, neurophysiological and cross-linguistic evidence with the goal of building cognitive models of the representations and processes that underlie real-time language processing in multilingual speakers.
- 2017 Postdoctoral researcher (Eigene Stelle), University of Potsdam
- 2014 Postdoctoral researcher, Potsdam Research Institute for Multilingualism
- 2014 Ph.D. Linguistics, University of Maryland
- 2009 B.A. Linguistics, University of Buenos Aires