Dr. Ariel Goldberg
Dr. Goldberg is Assistant Professor of Psychology at Tufts University. He received his Ph.D. in Cognitive Science from Johns Hopkins University and his B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania. His research interests focus on the mechanisms and representations involved in language production and how they relate to linguistic patterns found in the world's languages.
Research techniques include phonetic measurements, reaction time measurements, computational modeling, and analysis of aphasic patterns of performance.
Dr. Goldberg is co-director of the Tufts Linguistics Minor and is a core faculty member of the Tufts Cognitive and Brain Sciences major and the Tufts Joint Cognitive Science PhD program. Please feel free to contact him if you are interested in either of these programs.
What Makes A Word? Making Sense Of The Argle-Bargle - NPR's Here and Now, 6/30/2015
Why we mispronounce words - NPR's Here and Now, 2/12/2015
A defense of Menino's language gaffes - Boston Globe, 11/17/2013
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