Nicholas P. Moores
Current favorite quote: "Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity." -Hanlon's Razor
How does children's use of talker information in voice bear on their linguistic and social development? I study children's language learning, psycholinguistics, acoustic phonetics, and how they all interact during children's linguistic and social maturation. I use behavioral experiments, computational tools, and web-based studies to begin to investigate these questions.
Resume and CV
Read my current Resume here.
Read my current CV here.
- Moores, N. P., McGowan, K. B., Sumner, M., and Frank, M. C. (in prep). Children's Learned Associations with Voice: Perspectives on Children's Speech Perception in Language Acquisition.
- Moores, N. P., McGowan, K. B., Sumner, M., and Frank, M. C. (2015). Children use phonetically-cued talker information to infer speaker meaning. The 89th Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Society of America, Portland, OR. January 8-11. Abstract available here.
- Moores, N. P., McGowan, K. B., Sumner, M., and Frank, M. C. (2014). Children use phonetically-cued talker information to disambiguate similar objects. The 55th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Long Beach, CA. November 20-23.
- Coming soon, gods be good!
- Presentation to SURPS 2014 (Symposium of Undergraduate Research and Public Service), poster available soon here.
- Presentation to Bing Nursery School staff for 2014 Bing Staff Development Day on CLAV project, available here.
- Presentation from 2013 VPUE Summer Research Internship, LangCog Lab (through Department of Linguistics), available here.
Check out the work I do on the Stanford Linguistics Department Newsletter!
Take a look at (and maybe a listen to) Stanford's oldest and finest men's a cappella group, The Stanford Mendicants.
Find me (occasionally) on twitter at @nickeldust23.