Looking for simplicity and elegance in ‘dirty and complicated’ data: Reflections on the cognitive neuroscience of natural language use…
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In this talk, we discuss two alternative approaches to explain the commonly observed frequency by skill interaction in visual word recognition, which refers to the fact that frequency effects are typically stronger in less-skilled readers than…
Speech is well-known to be quite variable, this variability has both impeded and informed theoretical and practical….
Bringing Linguistics to Work(shop) has been designed to help linguistics students become more aware …
The Department of Linguistics and Languages will be hosting the 44th Annual LACUS Forum
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People who aren’t depressed, however, are more easily able to empathize with those who are.
Two PhD students of the Cognitive Science of Language; Daniel Schmidtke and Bryor Snefjella disected over 3 million tweets to discover that Canadians truly are polite.
Linguistics majors have a wide variety of career opportunities. Find out more!