I am an Associate Professor in the University of New Mexico's Department of Linguistics and Department of Spanish and Portuguese. My primary interests include child language acquisition, bilingualism, and language contact. Much of my research to date has focused on patterns of morphosyntactic variation in Spanish, examining how these patterns are acquired during childhood and how they change in situations of language contact.

I am an Associate Professor of Hispanic Linguistics and Linguistics at the University of New Mexico. My primary interests include child language acquisition, bilingualism, and language contact. Much of my research to date has focused on patterns of morphosyntactic variation in Spanish, examining how these patterns are acquired during childhood and how they change in situations of language contact.

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