Emily Darley

Postdoctoral Research Assistant
A photograph of Emily Darley


I recently completed my PhD in the School of Psychological Science at the University of Bristol, supervised by Nina Kazanina and Chris Kent.

My research focused on sentence processing, particularly in relation to incrementality in the interpretation of negation, which I investigated using a variety of experimental methodologies, including ERPs and computer mouse-tracking.

As a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in the Language and Brain Laboratory, I'm now working on our new speech recognition Proof of Concept project entitled "MorSR: Integrating morpho-phonology in speech recognition", and very much looking forward to helping to create our new project demonstrator!


Selected publications:

Darley, E.J., Kent, C., Kazanina, N. A 'no' with a trace of 'yes' : a mouse-tracking study of negative sentence processing. In: Cognition, May 2020, Vol. 198.