I’m Roberto, Ph.D. student in Linguistics at University of Connecticut. I am primarily interested in the interaction between morphology and phonology, from both a theoretical and a experimental point of view.

My research focuses on answering the following questions:

1. What are the conditions under which morphology and phonology interact? ​
2. How does the brain process morpho-phonological phenomena ?

I am a very pensive person – I often get lost in my thoughts, and only a good workout can shake it all off! Swimming, volley, boxing – you name it, I did it. I recently got hooked on rock climbing and crossfit, but who know which sport I will take up in the future!

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