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Jennifer Cole did her PhD in Linguistics from M.I.T., and taught at Yale and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign prior to joining Northwestern University in 2016. She is an elected Fellow of the AAAS, and the International Speech Communication Association, and was founding Editor of Laboratory Phonology. She is currently on the editorial board for Cambridge Elements in Phonology, the Bulletin of Sindh Studies (Netherlands: Brill), and the Sindh Journal of Linguistics (Karachi).
Dr. Cole’s research investigates prosody and speech dynamics in human languages, towards the goal of understanding the ways in which languages and dialects differ in their sound “profile” and the cognitive systems that support real-time speech production and comprehension. Her work explores how prosodic sound patterns function simultaneously to encode the structure of sentences and larger discourse, meaning related to the communicative situation, speaker’s emotion, and the dynamics of social interaction. She uses computational and statistical methods to model prosody in experimental and observational data, with an emphasis on methods that enable automated analysis of large, multi-talker/hearer datasets in all human languages. Dr. Cole has pioneered the use of crowd-sourced perceptual ratings of prosody as the basis for building models of prosody in diverse languages from around the world. Dr. Cole’s current research includes collaborative work on prosody in individuals with autism and speech disorders related to neurological impairment, and a speech research infrastructure project to develop an open, scalable, data-driven framework to enable of language science researchers from diverse disciplinary backgrounds to collaboratively develop holistic datasets that simultaneously represent language at many levels of of description.