Psycholinguistics is a branch of linguistics and psychology that explores linguistic competence and performance. Some of the major research interests of psycholinguists are the psychological processes involved in representing or encoding speech, comprehending and producing speech, and language acquisition. To study these processes, we utilize a variety of methodologies and theoretical orientations. Our department specializes in first and second language acquisition, sentence processing, speech perception, and cognitive psychology applied to second language acquisition.
|LING 0090||Language and Computation|
|LING 1330/2330||Introduction to Computational Linguistics|
|LING 1580||Language and the Mind|
|LING 2384||Introduction to Natural Language Processing|
|LING 2949||Seminar in Neurolinguistics|