Certified Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP), with a Master's degree in Cognitive Science and Language. As a clinician, she has specialize in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of communication disorders (speech, language, hearing, learning, voice, fluency, and/or swallowing).
As a researcher, her interests focus on studying the cognitive effects associated with bilingualism in early-infancy. And her main skills are related in obtaining experimental data through behavioral approaches (e.g. habituation procedures, eye-tracking) to assess cognition/language development in 4-18 months old infants.
Lines of research
- Infant speech perception abilities
- Attention and early language acquisition processes
- Cognitive development