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|Baldridge, Jason||Linguistics; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Professor Baldridge is a computational linguist whose research focuses on probabilistic computational models of syntax and discourse structure and machine learning for natural language processing in …|
|Bannard, Colin||Linguistics||Language Acquisition, Children's early grammatical knowledge and productive speech, Children's understanding of their social world and its role in language understanding, Machine learning of …|
|Beaver, David||Linguistics; Philosophy||Professor Beaver researches and teaches on the semantics and pragmatics of natural languages, in particular on how information is organized at the sentence and discourse level. Within this, he has …|
|Beavers, John||Linguistics||Professor Beavers' research areas are formal syntax and semantics, lexical semantics, and linguistic typology. He is primarily interested in the nature of word meanings, including how word …|
|Boas, Hans||Germanic Studies; Linguistics||Syntax, Lexical Semantics, Computational Lexicography, Language Contact and Variation, Contrastive Linguistics, Corpus Linguistics, Pragmatics, Morphology, Endangered Languages and Dialects, Foreign …|
|Crowhurst, Megan||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Linguistics||Speech perception (rhythm, metathesis); prosodic phonology (word stress, reduplication, and syllable structure); phonological typology; theoretical phonology (Optimality Theory).|
|England, Nora||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Linguistics||Linguistic description; language politics; language ideologies; Mayan descriptive and comparative linguistics; grammar of Mayan languages; contemporary Mayan language politics; American languages.|
|Epps, Patience||Linguistics||Descriptive and documentary work on indigenous Amazonian languages, typology, language contact and language change, and the implications of the latter for studying Amazonian prehistory.|
|Erk, Katrin||Linguistics; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Professor Erk's main area is computational linguistics. Her core research interest is in computational methods in lexical semantics, in particular methods for learning word meaning from large …|
|Griffin, Zenzi||Communications Sciences and Disorders; Linguistics; Psychology||Cognition, psycholinguistics, language production Dr. Griffin studies how people express thoughts or messages in spoken utterances. Work in the Cognition and Communication Lab is particularly …|