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.
- Maryland at NELS in Reykjavík
- Julie in Frontiers on acquisition of control
- Now out in Frontiers in Psychology from 2016 alum Juliana Gerard, Similarity-based interference and the acquisition of adjunct ...
- Tyler on 'more' and 'most' in Oregon
- Terps across town at 7th MACSIM
- Adam and Chris Heffner in LL&D
- The role of incremental parsing in syntactically conditioned word learning. Jeffrey Lidz, Aaron Steven White, Rebecca Baier. Cognitive Psychology.
- Computational phonology today. Jeffrey Heinz and William J. Idsardi. Phonology.
- Split ergativity is not about ergativity. Jessica Coon and Omer Preminger.
- How can feature-sharing be asymmetric? Valuation as UNION over geometric feature structures. Omer Preminger.
- When does ellipsis occur, and what is elided?. Dongwoo Park. PhD dissertation.