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.
- Us in Cali for CUNY
- Jeff and Masha on quantifier scope in Glossa
- And Colin will in Stuttgart on March 8
- Norbert on Islands in Stuttgart
- William to professorship at South Carolina
- Similarity-based interference and the acquisition of adjunct control. Juliana Gerard, Jeffrey Lidz. Frontiers in Psychology: Language Sciences.
- The Interpretation of Plural Morphology and (Non-)Obligatory Number Marking: An Argument from Artificial Language Learning. Adam Liter, Christopher Heffner and Cristina Schmitt. Language Learning and Development.
- The time course of contextual cohort effects in auditory processing of category-ambiguous words: MEG evidence for a single “clash” as noun or verb. Phoebe Gaston, Alec Marantz. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience.
- Three-Year-Olds’ Understanding of Desire Reports Is Robust to Conflict. Kaitlyn Harrigan, Valentine Hacquard, Jeffrey Lidz. Frontiers in Psychology: Language Sciences.
- Linguistic structure across time: ERP responses to coordinated and uncoordinated noun phrases. Ellen Lau, Chia-Hsuan Liao. Language, Cognition, & Neuroscience.