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Joselyn Rodriguez

I am an undergraduate student in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Utah. I am interested in several aspects of linguistics including L2 acquisition, phonology, psycholinguistics, as well as natural language processing and applications of computational linguistics. I have been a member of the speech lab since fall 2016 and have recently had the opportunity to be a part of a research project in the lab. My project in the speech lab has focused on the effect of lexical cues in adult allophonic acquisition. Previous research I have been a part of has also focused on syllable theory and the use of music as a methodological tool in the study of highly moraic rime structures in English. You can contact me at joselyn.rodriguez@utah.edu

Presentations

Jessen, J., Ng, S., Rodriguez, J.(April 2017),Musical Evidence for Syllabification of Highly Moraic Structures in English, Poster Presentation at the Undergraduate Research Symposium, University of Utah. 

Jessen, J., Ng, S., Rodriguez, J.(April 2017) , Musical Evidence for Syllabification of Highly Moraic Structures in English}, Paper Presentation at UUSCIL (University of Utah Undergraduate Conference in Linguistics), University of Utah.

Brown, Y., Demple, J., Kaiser, E., Razo, D. , Rodriguez, J ,(April 2017). Ramen Chat Bar, Poster Presentation at UUSCIL (University of Utah Undergraduate Conference in Linguistics), University of Utah.

Last Updated: 5/24/17