Cohort Year: 2017
Advisor(s): Ming Xiang
Research Interests: Neurolinguistics, Psycholinguistics, Evolutionary Linguistics
Daniel Lam is a student in the PhD program of Linguistics. His principal research interest involves working memory mechanisms during sentence comprehension. He uses psycholinguitic and neurolinguistic methods (especially EEG) to investigate the role of verbal working memory load in language processing. He is part of the Language Processing Lab under the guidance of Professor Ming Xiang. He holds a B.A. in French and Francophone Studies and Biology from Duke University.