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.
- Rodrigo, Paulina and Ted awarded grant
- Jeff on Second Year Syntax at alma mater
- White, Hacquard and Lidz in Cognitive Science
- Out in Cognitive Science, "Semantic information and the syntax of propositional attitude verbs," from 2015 alum Aaron ...
- Angela hired by Alexis for NSF project
- Masha on Tongan at AFLA in Taiwan
- Dutch 'must' more structure. Annemarie van Dooren. Proceedings of NELS 47.
- Wait a second! Delayed impact of argument roles on on-line verb prediction. Wing-Yee Chow, Ellen Lau, Suiping Wang, Colin Phillips. Language, Cognition & Neuroscience.
- Exhaustivity and at-issueness: Evidence from L1 Acquisition of Mandarin. Yu'an Yang, Ying Liu. Proceedings of NELS 47.
- Grammaticalized number, implicated presuppositions, and the plural. Adam Liter, Tess Huelskamp, Christopher C. Heffner, Cristina Schmitt. Glossa.
- The scope of children’s scope: Representation, parsing and learning. Jeffrey Lidz. Glossa.