I'm a PhD student working in the Psychology of Language department under the supervision of dr. Andrea E. Martin and prof. dr. Antje S. Meyer. My research primarily employs electrophysiological techniques to track the neural dynamics of spoken language production. We then relate the findings to psycholinguistic and computational theoretical frameworks. In the preliminary phase of my dissertation, we investigate issues arising at the intersection of psycholinguistics and speech motor control. Specifically, how syllable frequency influences both the natural variation in speech production and error monitoring, as indicated by speech acoustics and speaking-induced suppression, respectively. Computational work also adopts an integrative approach, aiming to describe word selection, planning, and physical articulation.