I am a graduate student in Psychology at Stanford University in the Language and Cognition Lab working with Mike Frank. Previously I worked as a research associate (and before that, undergraduate researcher) in the Computational Psycholinguistics Lab at MIT. I study language, with a particular interest in pragmatic language use and how language interacts with social biases.
My hobbies include square dancing and round dancing (previously with Tech Squares), puzzle hunts, board games, baking, and knitting.
Recent Presentations and Papers
Veronica Boyce, Richard Futrell, Roger Levy. Maze Made Easy: Better and easier measurement of incremental processing difficulty. Journal of Memory and Language. Pre-print
Veronica Boyce, Roger Levy. A-maze of Natural Stories: Texts are comprehensible using the Maze task. Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Conference. Talk. Slides Recorded talk (first ~30 minutes)