My research examines various aspects of data science, the social sciences, and the digital humanities, as well as the intersections of these fields.

Below is a selection of my publications; a full list appears here.

The curse of knowledge when teaching statistics
Teaching Statistics (advance online publication)

Refining and modifying the EFCAMDAT: Lessons from creating a new corpus from an existing large-scale English learner language database
International Journal of Learner Corpus Research (2020)

How native language and L2 proficiency affect EFL learners’ capitalization abilities: A large-scale corpus study
Corpora (2019)

Phonological selectivity in the acquisition of English clusters
Journal of Child Language (2019)

Fast, free, and targeted: Reddit as a source for recruiting participants online
Social Science Computer Review (2017)

Native language influence during second language acquisition: A large-scale learner corpus analysis
Proceedings of the Pacific Second Language Research Forum (2017)

The negative impact of goal-oriented instructions
Educational Studies (2015)

Using gamification and gaming in order to promote risk taking in the language learning process
Proceedings of the Annual MEITAL National Conference (2015)