Find a summary of my academic CV below, and my full CV in pdf [here].
From 2012 to 2014 I followed an MSc.Res. in Brain & Cognitive Sciences (Cognitive Science track) at the University of Amsterdam, graduating cum laude, with the following research projects and literature thesis:
Stats & Nets versus Rules & Symbols: Re-opening the Debate on Learning Mechanisms for Artificial Grammar Learning -- 1st year research project on learning 'algebraic rules' in neural networks, under supervision of Dr. Jelle Zuidema
Modelling the Role of Theory of Mind in Language Acquisition -- 2nd year research project on incorporating perspective-taking in models of word learning in Bayesian agents, under supervision of Prof. Simon Kirby and Prof. Kenny Smith
On the Role of Intentionality in Explaining the Information Sharing Gap Between Nonhuman and Human Great Apes -- 2nd year literature thesis under supervision of Prof. Bridget Waller
From 2009 to 2012 I simultaneously followed a BSc in Psychobiology and a BA in Dutch Language and Culture (Linguistics Track) at the University of Amsterdam, in which I graduated with the following theses:
The relationship between phonology and morphosyntax in sentence processing: An ERP study into Dutch past tense allomorphs -- Research project for BSc in Psychobiology, supervised by Prof. Judith Rispens
On the Semantic Motivation and Disappearance of Embedded V2 in Dutch Dialects -- Research project for BA in Dutch Language and Culture, supervised by Prof. Hedde Zeijlstra.