My research interests are within the areas of language processing and communication. In particular, I have studied language production in typically and atypically developing children and adults using both behavioural and electrophysiological approaches. During my PhD, I investigated children's speech errors and then completed a three year post-doctoral project funded by the Leverhulme Trust investigating morphological processing in adults and children. Since being at UEL, I have extended my research in language and communication by investigating language processing in different populations e.g.dyslexics, people with ASD and have explored different platforms that are used in communication e.g. social media. My teaching is mainly on Experimental Research methods and I also teach Language at level 4 and how emojis are used on a level 6 Cyberpsychology module.