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.
- Norbert in Current Affairs on Chomsky
- Masha on Information Structure in NYC
- Kronrod et al. on phonetic perception
- Now out Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, "A unified account of categorical effects in phonetic perception" by 2014 alum ...
- Paulina at 12th FDSL in Berlin
- Jeff defends Chomsky in Scientific American
- The acquisition of adjunct control: Grammar and processing. Juliana Gerard. PhD dissertation.
- Modeling statistical insensitivity: Sources of suboptimal behavior. Annie Gagliardi, Naomi Feldman, Jeffrey Lidz. Cognitive Science.
- English speaking pre-schoolers can use phrasal prosody for syntactic parsing. Alex de Carvalho, Jeffrey Lidz, Lyn Tieu, Tonia Bleam, Anne Christophe. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.
- Establishing new mappings between familiar phones: Neural and behavioral evidence for early automatic processing of nonnative contrasts. Shannon Barrios, Anna Namyst, Ellen Lau, Naomi Feldman, William Idsardi. Frontiers in Psychology.
- Electrophysiological signatures of event words: Dissociating syntactic and semantic category effects in lexical processing. Natalia Lapinskaya, Uchechukwu Uzomah, Marina Bedny, Ellen Lau. Neuropsychologia.