Dr. Meghan Armstrong is Associate Professor of Hispanic Linguistics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her research has focused on how children learn to make associations between linguistic forms, namely intonation, and their meanings. She is interested in how children associate intonational forms with speakers' internal states. Her most recent research interests are around the language of nurture, how caregivers use both spoken language and body language to promote attachment with children. She is the mom of two young children, and credits them with opening her eyes to the world of evolved nest parenting. Meghan is interested in finding practical ways of implementing Evolved Nest elements in Western culture.
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