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.
- Valentine at MIT on attitude reports
- MACSIM takes Manhattan
- Bronze Age for Ragnar
- Masha in France for Caucasian workshop
- Neufeld in Amherst for 10th NECPhon
- Deconstructing Ergativity: Two Types of Ergative Languages and Their Features. Maria Polinsky.
- 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.
- Discontinuous Development in the Acquisition of Filler-Gap Dependencies: Evidence from 15- and 20-Month-Olds. Annie Gagliardi, Tara M. Mease, Jeffrey Lidz. Language Acquisition.
- Direction matters: Event-related brain potentials reflect extra processing costs in switching from the dominant to the less dominant language. Chia-Hsuan Liao, Shiao-Hui Chan. Journal of Neurolinguistics.
- Bilingual children and adult heritage speakers: The range of comparison. Maria Polinsky. International Journal of Bilingualism.