As a research assistant here at the Neurolinguistics Lab I love being involved in state-of-the-art research. This includes getting hands-on practice in the collection and evaluation of data by using techniques such as EEG, eye tracking and behavioral methods. Because I'm a novice yet in the field of neurolinguistics, my research interests are still developing. On top of the list, of course, is understanding how the human brain comprehends and produces language. I'm especially interested in how a thought is "translated" into speech.