About Me

I graduated from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with my doctorate in cognitive psychology back in 2021. There, I worked with Jennifer Arnold on researching the cognitive mechanisms underlying how people deal with ambiguous language, like pronouns.

After graduation, I became a researcher at the University of Colorado Boulder with the Institute of Cognitive Science. I worked with Albert Kim and Jared Novick on projects involving electroencephalography (EEG) and eye-tracking to extract measures related to executive function and language processing.

In my downtime, I am a functional ceramicist, specializing in wheel-thrown pottery. See below for a preview of my most recent work!

Valerie Langlois


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