Arielle Borovsky

My brain!
Starting August 2017, I am an Assistant Professor in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences at Purdue University, where I study language learning and development using behavioral, electrophysiological and eye tracking techniques.  Information about current projects are forthcoming in my updated laboratory website.

  • If you are interested in taking part in language development research with your child at Purdue, please click here to sign up for our participant registry. 
  • If you are interested in learning more about current research or graduate study, please contact me at <first initial my last name> at purdue.edu 
  • Undergraduate students who are interested in gaining research experience in my lab can apply here.

I am broadly interested in how we use our world experience and knowledge to learn language.  Links to my recent publications and CV can be found above.   Some recent research questions have included:
  • How does knowledge and experience affect the way we understand and learn language?
  • How does semantic structure in toddlers' vocabulary knowledge interact with language processing and word learning? 
  • How do children use their growing understanding of the world to understand words and sentences? 
  • How do we use sentence contexts to learn words?
  • How do our brains rapidly learn word meanings?

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