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.
- Allyson talking and teaching in Japan
- Ellen gives keynote talk at alma mater
- Students in Boston for AAAS Family Science Days
- Terps in DC for Language Advocacy Day
- February 16-17, many students and faculty are in D.C. for Language Advocacy Day, an annual event organized by the ...
- Colin on order and direction in Lombardy
- Direction matters: Event-related brain potentials reflect extra processing costs in switching from the dominant to the less dominant language. Chia-Hsuan Liao, Shiao-Hui Chan. Journal of Neurolinguistics.
- The argument from the poverty of the stimulus. Howard Lasnik and Jeffrey Lidz.
- Electrophysiological signatures of event words: Dissociating syntactic and semantic category effects in lexical processing. Natalia Lapinskaya, Uchechukwu Uzomah, Marina Bedny, Ellen Lau. Neuropsychologia.
- Negative polarity illusions and the format of hierarchical encodings in memory. Dan Parker, Colin Phillips. Cognition.
- The role of the IFG and pSTS in syntactic prediction: evidence from a parametric study of hierarchical structure in fMRI. William Matchin, Chris Hammerly, Ellen Lau. Cortex.