Presentation by Dr. Debra Titone
Executive function constraints during native and non-native spoken word processing: Eye movement evidence from the visual world paradigm
Dr. Debra Titone is an Associate Professor of Psychology at McGill University and holds a Canada Research Chair in the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language and Memory. Prior to McGill, she received a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from Binghamton University (SUNY) and did postdoctoral studies in cognitive aging at the Volen Center for Complex Systems at Brandeis University and in experimental psychopathology and cognitive neuroscience at Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital. Dr. Titone’s research on first and second language processing in healthy young and older adults and in neuropathic populations (e.g., schizophrenia) has been funded by NIH, NARSAD, and CFI, and is currently funded by NSERC, CIHR, the Canada Research Chairs program, and the Centre for Research on Language, Mind and Brain (CRLMB).