Biography

Jeremy Yeaton is a PhD student in Language Science at the University of California, Irvine. They’re generally interested in how language is stored, structured, and processed in the brain. This includes a variety of topics and methods including neuroimaging, behavioral experiments, and computational modelling.

Interests

  • Language processing
  • Cognitive neuroscience of language
  • Cognitive modelling
  • Open science

Education

  • PhD in Language Science, 2025 (Anticipated)

    University of California, Irvine

  • MSc in Cognitive Sciences, 2019

    Ecole Normale Supérieure - Paris

  • BA in Linguistics and French, 2016

    Rutgers University - New Brunswick

Research

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Language production in aphasia

Language production in aphasia

How is language impacted by brain damage?

Statistical learning in noise

Statistical learning in noise

How does noise impact sequence learning in baboons?

Parallel processing in reading

Parallel processing in reading

How can we understand reading as a parallel rather than serial process?

Ambiguity in negative dependencies

Ambiguity in negative dependencies

How do we separate I didn’t do nothing from I didn’t do nothing?