The Department of Linguistics at the University of Maryland combines current theoretical research in phonology, syntax, and semantics with state-of-the-art experimental research in language acquisition, computational linguistics, psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics.
- Zoe on number retrieval cues in the Journal of Memory and Language
- Phoebe, plus Ellen and Chia-Hsuan, in Language, Cognition & Neuroscience
- Hacquard at Harvard on acquiring modals
- Society for Neurobiology of Language in Baltimore
- Terps on clausal complements in Berlin
- Ergativity and Austronesian-type voice systems. Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine, Theodore Levin, and Coppe van Urk.
- When does ellipsis occur, and what is elided?. Dongwoo Park. PhD dissertation.
- Antipassive. Maria Polinsky.
- The time course of contextual cohort effects in auditory processing of category-ambiguous words: MEG evidence for a single “clash” as noun or verb. Phoebe Gaston, Alec Marantz. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience.
- Phonemes: Lexical access and beyond. Nina Kazanina, Jeffrey S. Bowers, William J. Idsardi. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.