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Looking for simplicity and elegance in ‘dirty and complicated’ data: Reflections on the cognitive neuroscience of natural language use…

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…

44th Annual LACUS Forum

The Department of Linguistics and Languages will be hosting the 44th Annual LACUS Forum