Center for Cognitive Science (RuCCS)
Dr. Batmanian is an alumna of Rutgers University’s Cognitive Psychology program. She has returned to her intellectual home after spending half of her career in academic research and the other half in higher education administration. Currently, she is working on publications on the acquisition and processing of morphosytax of Turkish, an agglutinative language with flexible word order, by adult and child speakers of Turkish. She also plans to contribute to research on the processing and acquisition of English auxiliaries by second language learners, building on her postdoctoral work.
Post-Doc Affiliate, Laboratory for Experimental Psychology, K.U.Leuven, Belgium
Visual Cognition Lab Graduate
Computational modeling and empirical studies of perceptual grouping and inference.