About me:


I am a third year graduate student at the Department of Linguistics at Yale University. I am also affiliated with Haskins Laboratories.

My main research interests are phonetics, speech and hearing science, nurolinguistics and cognitive science.

These days I am involved in four projects: first, I am investigating multisensory integration in speech perception, especially with regards to the somatosensory system (specifically, I investigate the question how does aero-tactile information affect speech perception). Second, I am studying the temporal properties of prosodic boundaries in Hebrew. Third, in collaboration with Gregg Castellucci, I am studying the prosody-syntax interface. Specifically, we are working on perception and recursion in syntactic disambiguation. Forth, I am involved in a research that is being conducted here at Haskins Laboratories on the kinematic properties of phonetic convergence.

See my page at Department of Linguistics, Yale University

 

 

Contact

Haskins Laboratories
300 George Street
New Haven, CT 06511

Department of Linguistics
Yale University

Haskins Phone: 203.865.6163
goldenberg@haskins.yale.edu