McGill University, Department of Linguistics
1085 Dr. Penfield
Montreal, Quebec H3A 1A7
I'm a PhD student at McGill University in the Department of Linguistics and my research interests are in syntactic and semantic theory. I'm interested in research that aims to link experimental data from the comprehension and production of language to formal linguistic theory, and have previously worked on the online processing and theory of LF-syntax, covert movement and scope ambiguities. My current research is on anaphoric dependencies and binding theory, particularly the interpretation and distribution of reflexive pronouns in focus and ellipsis constructions.