My primary research interests are computational psycholinguistics, and semantics and pragmatics. I also do syntax as a side project. My current interest in computational psycholinguistics is speaker’s choice of utterance under optionality. And my focus in semantics and pragmatics are speech acts, common ground and presupposition. Before I came to University of Chicago, I worked on second language learners’ sentence processing, including reflexive resolution, asymmetrical parsing of relative clauses, and past tense verb processing.