Megan Brown

Megan Brown pursued a double major in Linguistics and Cognitive Science with a minor in Music in the UConn honors program. Her interests are directed toward the study of language acquisition, particularly the key differences in language acquisition between learning a first and a second language.  Megan previously worked as a research assistant in the psychology department with Dr. James Chrobak exploring the neurobiology of memory before she discovered her love for linguistics and language acquisition.  She is currently pursuing a degree in Applied linguistics at Boston University.

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