About our lab

Welcome! We study how sentences of human language are processed, with a special interest in the relationship between sentence processing, language typology, and formal syntactic theory. Our research employs a variety of experimental techniques, including self-paced reading, visual-world eye-tracking, and grammaticality judgement studies, to examine how formal representations of linguistic structure interact with how we understand sentences that we’ve never heard before. We study a variety of diverse languages including English, Korean, Mandarin, Niuean, Japanese.


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