Faber Hall 556
B.A. and M.A., Florida State University
Ph.D., Georgetown University
Psycholinguistics, applied linguistics, bilingualism.
Sarah Grey teaches Linguistics and Spanish courses and her research focuses on the neurocognition of adult second language acquisition (SLA) and bilingualism. Informed by multiple areas - including psycholinguistics, applied linguistics, and cognitive psychology- she uses behavioral and electrophysiological techniques to study adult language learning and bilingual language processing as well as the effects of cognitive, social, and biological individual differences on learning/processing. She directs the Linguistics Minor program at Fordham and is the director of the EEG laboratory for Language and Multilingualism Research. Her work has appeared in Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, Neuropsychologia, The Modern Language Journal and Studies in Second Language Acquisition.
Grey, S. (2020). What can artificial languages reveal about morphosyntactic processing in bilinguals? Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 23(1), 81-86.
Grant, A., Grey, S., & van Hell, J.G. (2020). Male fashionistas and female football fans: Gender stereotypes affect neurophysiological correlates of semantic processing. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 53, 100876.
Grey, S. & Jackson, C.N. (2020). The effects of learners' perceptions and affective factors on L2 outcomes. Canadian Modern Language Review, 76(1), 2-30.
Grey, S., Schubel, L.C., McQueen, J.M., & van Hell, J.G. (2019). Processing foreign-accented speech in a second language: Evidence from ERPs during sentence comprehension in bilinguals. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 22(5), 912-929.