Tiffany Rodriguez Cruz
47 Burrowes, Cubicle 8
Phone: (814) 865-0035
Tiffany is a third-year PhD student in the Spanish, Italian and Portuguese Department. Although her research interests are broad, Tiffany mainly focuses on language processing as studied using psycho/neurolinguistic methods. Recently, Tiffany has been working on the processing of inclusive language in English and Spanish using electroencephalography. Besides linguistics, Tiffany likes to sing, dance, and play video games.
- Rodríguez Cruz, T., Acevedo Vélez, L.D., Román Irizarry, A. Ríos Ghigliotty, J.N. (2019, October). Syntactic preferences in cases of code-switching by bilingual Puerto Rican college students of the UPRRP. In Prof. Nicholas Faraclas & Prof. Dannabang Kuwabong, Caribe Plurilingüe XIII. University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus, Instituto de Estudios del Caribe.
- Rodríguez Cruz, T., Acevedo Vélez, L. D., Román Irizzary, A., & Ríos Ghigliotty, J. N. (2020). Preferencia sintáctica de alternancia de código en estudiantes universitarios bilingües puertorriqueños. In N. R. Faraclas, R. Severing, C. Weijer, E. Echteld, & W. Rutgers (Eds.), Negotiating Crosswinds: Trans-linguality, Trans-culturality and Trans-identification in the Greater Caribbean (pp. 197–208). Willemstad, Curaçao: University of Curaçao.
- The Brain Tracking Lab (https://dussiaslab.github.io/DussiasBrainTrackingLab/index1.html)
- Cognition of Adult Language Acquisition (CoALA) Lab (https://sites.google.com/view/manuelpulido/coala-lab/people?authuser=0)