Sanghee is a PhD candidate in Linguistics, who works on psycholinguistics and computational linguistics. Her research interest is in language understanding in humans and machines especially in discourse and dialogue situations. Her dissertation work explores the interaction of discourse status and memory retrieval in real-time language processing, with a particular focus on the phenomenon that involves appositive relative clause and restrictive relative clause. She uses both behavioral measures and computational approaches to explore her research questions. Her dissertation project is supported by the NSF Ling-DDRI Grant (BCS-2214437).