I’m a Ph.D. researcher in the NWO-funded Horizon Knowledge & Culture program. My advisors are Fred Weerman, Sjef Barbiers & Johan Rooryck. You can find me at the University of Amsterdam’s Department of Dutch Linguistics, where I also enjoy teaching.
I like to think about how kids acquire language, how languages and language varieties differ, and the interplay between the two. I also wonder about what kinds of knowledge are unique to humans. My current research focuses predominantly on (the acquisition of) numerals and ordinals, though you may also find me working on verb clusters in acquisition, variation and change. More generally, I am interested in experimental (psycho)linguistics, mostly with respect to syntax and morphology in Germanic languages. My dissertation was recently approved (defense scheduled for February 2019) and I am looking forward to new projects!