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.
- Shannon, Anna, Ellen, Naomi & Bill on L2 phonology
- Now out in Frontiers in Psychology, "Establishing new mappings between familiar phones: Neural and behavioral evidence for early automatic ...
- Rachel wins Lasnik Award
- Congratulations to Rachel Dudley, 2016 recipient of the Howard Lasnik Award for Distinguished Teaching by a Graduate Student. This ...
- Masha directs 9th Heritage Language Institute
- Happy Birthday Antonio!
- Congratulations to Ellen and her family, who on June 7 welcomed a beautiful new boy, Antonio John Alvares de Azevedo ...
- Third Man Group wins NSF grant
- Endogenous sources of variation in language acquisition. Chung-hye Han, Jeffrey Lidz, Julien Musolino. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
- Successive-cyclic case assignment: Korean nominative-nominative case-stacking. Theodore Levin. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory.
- Prediction as memory retrieval: timing and mechanisms. Wing Yee Chow, Shota Momma, Cybelle Smith, Ellen Lau, Colin Phillips. Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience.
- 'Syntactic perturbation' during production activates the right IFG, but not Broca’s area or the ATL. William Matchin, Gregory Hickok. Frontiers in Psychology: Language Sciences.
- English speaking pre-schoolers can use prosodic prosody for syntactic parsing. Alex de Carvalho, Jeffrey Lidz, Lyn Tieu, Tonia Bleam, Anne Christophe. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.