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Suzy Styles

Psycholinguistics, Nanyang University

Suzy Styles is a Nanyang Assistant Professor and Director of the Brain, Language and Intersensory Processing Lab (BLIP Lab) at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, where she holds the Provost’s Chair in Psychology. Her research in developmental psycholinguistics specializes on the interaction between language and the development of sensory systems. She trained in Linguistics and Japanese at the Australian National University and Tohoku University, and in Psycholinguistics at the University of Oxford. Suzy Styles is engaged in fostering research quality by promoting open research tools and replicable methods, including developing international standards for study design and methodology for EEG recordings and analysis.