Emily Darley

Postdoctoral Research Assistant
A photograph of Emily Darley


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

At that time, 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.

Whilst working as a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in the Language and Brain Laboratory, I made a significant contribution to the development of our new speech recognition Proof of Concept project entitled "MorSR: Integrating morpho-phonology in speech recognition".


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.