Susannah Levi

Susannah Levi

Associate Professor


  • Post-Doctoral Fellow, Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University
  • PhD Linguistics, University of Washington (Seattle)
  • MA Linguistics, University of Washington (Seattle)
  • BA Mathematics, French Language and Literature, Washington University 

Research Interests

  • Speech perception
  • Acoustic analysis
  • Perception of linguistic and talker information in speech
  • Relationship between talker processing, working memory, and linguistic processing
  • Development of talker processing in children with both typical and impaired language development

Grants and Awards

  • 2014: University Research Challenge Fund, NYU
  • 2010-2013: NIH-NIDCD R03
  • 2010: Lessons for Success: American Speech and Hearing Association
  • 2003: American Association of University Women: Dissertation Fellowship
  • 2003: Association for Women in Science: Dissertation Fellowship
  • 2002: Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship
  • 2002: Chester William Fritz Endowed Scholarship in the Humanities
  • 2001: Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship
  • 2000: Elizabeth Kerr Macfarlane Endowed Scholarship in the Humanities

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