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.
- Philip elected to Executive Board of NAACL
- Congratulations to Philip Resnik who was recently elected to the North American Association for Computational Linguistics Executive Board. ...
- Matchin, Hammerly and Lau in Cortex
- Poke into Cortex for "The role of the IFG and pSTS in syntactic prediction," from postdoc William ...
- POTUS honors Chris Dyer
- January 9, President Barack Obama awarded 2010 alumnus Chris Dyer the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists ...
- Alum among most prolific in NLP and ML
- Gesoel and Rodrigo at SSILA in Austin
- Electrophysiological signatures of event words: Dissociating syntactic and semantic category effects in lexical processing. Natalia Lapinskaya, Uchechukwu Uzomah, Marina Bedny, Ellen Lau. Neuropsychologia.
- Infant-directed speech is consistent with teaching. Baxter Eaves Jr., Naomi Feldman, Thomas Griffiths, Patrick Shafto. Psychological Review.
- A Direct Comparison of N400 Effects of Predictability and Incongruity in Adjective-Noun Combination. Ellen Lau, Anna Namyst, Allison Fogel, Tania Delgado. Collabra.
- A unified account of categorical effects in phonetic perception. Yakov Kronrod, Emily Coppess, Naomi Feldman. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.
- On experiencers and minimality. Carolina Petersen. PhD dissertation.