Khia A. Johnson

PhD Candidate

Research Area

Education

B.A., University of Washington, 2013

About

My research program tackles core questions in psycholinguistics, phonetics, and bilingualism. I focus on investigating the interaction between languages to better understand systems of processing and representation, using mix of corpus-based and experimental methods. As a part of my dissertation research, I have led the development of SpiCEa corpus comprising conversational speech in Cantonese and English from 34 early bilinguals.

I collaborate regularly with Molly Babel and a members of the Speech-in-Context Lab. I am passionate about connecting research outcomes to practical applications in areas like technology and education, and am part of the UBC Public Scholars Network.


Research

For an up-to-date list of publications and presentations, please visit my website.


B.A., University of Washington, 2013

My research program tackles core questions in psycholinguistics, phonetics, and bilingualism. I focus on investigating the interaction between languages to better understand systems of processing and representation, using mix of corpus-based and experimental methods. As a part of my dissertation research, I have led the development of SpiCEa corpus comprising conversational speech in Cantonese and English from 34 early bilinguals.

I collaborate regularly with Molly Babel and a members of the Speech-in-Context Lab. I am passionate about connecting research outcomes to practical applications in areas like technology and education, and am part of the UBC Public Scholars Network.

For an up-to-date list of publications and presentations, please visit my website.

B.A., University of Washington, 2013

My research program tackles core questions in psycholinguistics, phonetics, and bilingualism. I focus on investigating the interaction between languages to better understand systems of processing and representation, using mix of corpus-based and experimental methods. As a part of my dissertation research, I have led the development of SpiCEa corpus comprising conversational speech in Cantonese and English from 34 early bilinguals.

I collaborate regularly with Molly Babel and a members of the Speech-in-Context Lab. I am passionate about connecting research outcomes to practical applications in areas like technology and education, and am part of the UBC Public Scholars Network.

For an up-to-date list of publications and presentations, please visit my website.