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.
- Ellen Lau at Human Brain Mapping Conference
- Tom Grano at NACCL in Ann Arbor
- Shevaun Lewis to Johns Hopkins
- Ewan Dunbar heads to Paris
- Felicitations to Ewan, who has accepted a post-doc in the Laboratoire de Science Cognitive et Psycholinguistique at the ...
- Alumni appointment bonanza!
- Word-level information influences phonetic learning in adults and infants. Naomi Feldman, Emily Myers, Katherine White, Thomas Griffiths, James Morgan. Cognition.
- A note on P-stranding and adjunct extraction from nominals. Bradley Larson, Norbert Hornstein. Linguistic Inquiry.
- No semantic illusions in the 'Semantic P600' phenomenon: ERP evidence from Mandarin Chinese. Wing-Yee Chow, Colin Phillips. Brain Research.
- Arabic Conjunct-Sensitive Agreement and Primitive Operations. Bradley Larson. Linguistic Inquiry.
- Dissociating N400 effects of prediction from association in single word contexts. Ellen Lau, Phillip Holcomb, Gina Kuperberg. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.