Maya Rose is a PhD Candidate in Educational Psychology at the Graduate Center, CUNY (advisor: Dr. Patricia Brooks). Her main line of research examines how test variations (e.g., spoken language production) and language learning aptitude affect adult second language comprehension and neurolinguistic processing (via event-related potentials).
Maya Rose is a PhD Candidate in Educational Psychology at the Graduate Center, CUNY (advisor: Dr. Patricia Brooks). Her main line of research examines how specific learning tasks influence college students’ success in learning a new language. She works as a graduate research assistant in the Language Learning Laboratory (PI: Dr. Patricia Brooks) and the Developmental Neurolinguistics Laboratory (PI: Dr. Valerie Shafer) where she works on ERP studies of neurolinguistic processing in second language acquisition. For her dissertation, she created a computer assisted language learning platform to teach Turkish to college students with the goal of pinpointing the most effective methods for second language learning. Other lines of research include pre-modeling graphical approaches for dealing with reaction time data with Dr. Jay Verkuilen, systematic reviews of foreign language learning motivation in collaboration with Dr. Anna Schwartz and Dr. Anastasiya Lipnevich, and assessing the efficacy of cognitive game-based training. Maya Rose is a Social Media Fellow with the Digital Initiatives at the Graduate Center.
MA, Educational Psychology
Graduate Center, CUNY
BA, Psychology (Honors)