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Ariel M. Goldberg
Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 2010
My research program focuses on understanding the cognitive processes that underlie spoken and written language production. Of primary interest to me are the processes involved in producing morphologically complex words, specifically the interplay of lexical and grammatical processes and the ways in which morphological structure affects phonological form. To address these issues I utilize several methodologies from cognitive science including phonology and phonetics, psycholinguistics, cognitive neuropsychology and computational simulation. This approach allows me to pursue these questions in a problem-centered, interdisciplinary manner.
Some of the questions I ask are:
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