This past summer, Coco Alban ’20 and Will Rudolph ’20 worked as summer researchers in the LVCL. They collected eye tracking and language assessment data to investigate the relationship between online reading strategies and different cognitive-linguistic skills. Their research was highlighted briefly in the Summer Scholars video below.
On Sept. 13, 2018 they presented their results at the Summer Scholars Symposium at Denison University.
2017 Summer Scholars Megan Farrell, Emily Grabauskas, & Andy Grant present posters of their research. September 14, 2017
The perceptual span of oral reading
Megan Farrell & Mallorie Leinenger
The development of phonological codes in early readers
Emily Grabauskas & Mallorie Leinenger
Phonological coding in dyslexic readers
Andrew Grant & Mallorie Leinenger
In August 2016 I will be starting as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Denison University, just outside of Columbus Ohio.
Next quarter (Winter Quarter 2016) I will be teaching The Psychology of Reading at UCSD. The class may be of interest to students from psychology, linguistics, cognitive science, and beyond. The course will revolve largely around in class discussions, and I am really looking forward to teaching and exploring this topic with you!
The course meets MWF from 12-12:50pm. Please check out the course description and some of the topics that we will cover and feel free to email me with any questions! mleineng[at]ucsd[dot]edu
I am a Phd Candidate in Cognitive Psychology working in the Rayner Eye Tracking Lab at the University of California, San Diego. Please click on the links above to learn more about my research and teaching.