Psycholinguistics Laboratory

Dept. of Psychology, Trinity College

Psycholinguistics Laboratory

Elizabeth Casserly

Casserly - ASA sp 2013

Dr. Casserly is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Trinity College. She has a joint PhD in Linguistics and Psychological & Brain Sciences from Indiana University, and is primarily interested in the cognitive relationship between speech production and speech perception.

Most speakers are also listeners – how does that affect the way we both talk and hear? Is that relationship the same for people with atypical hearing (e.g. hearing loss or cochlear implants)? How might it be different? And for all language users, does the link between speaking and listening change as our needs (social, pragmatic, linguistic, etc.) evolve and change?