Rachel Adler

Graduate Student

I am interested in the cognitive mechanisms that support language processing.  I use methods like eye-tracking to study when and how listeners use contextual information to hone in on a speaker's meaning in real-time.  I also study the cognitive effects of longer-term linguistic experiences, such as growing up bilingual.  In addition to being a Ph.D. student in NACS, I work in the Hearing and Speech Sciences department and am an NSF-NRT Fellow through the Language Science Center.

Research Interests:
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Executive control
  • Cognitive effects of bilingualism
  • Real-time language processing
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Degrees
  • BA Swarthmore College, 2010

Eye tracking, Behavioral methods (e.g., reaction times, accuracy rates)

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Email: radler1@umd.edu