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Rui P. Chaves

  • Professor, Department of Linguistics, University at Buffalo
  • Interests: syntax-semantics interface, experimental linguistics, corpus linguistics, unbounded dependency constructions

Jana Häussler

  • Researcher, Faculty of Linguistics and Literary Studies, Bielefeld University
  • Interests: experimental syntax, psycholinguistics, corpus linguistics

Jessica E. Huber

  • Professor and Chair, Department of Communicative Disorders and Sciences, University at Buffalo
  • Interests: speech motor control in normal individuals and individuals with motor speech disorders, in particular Parkinson’s disease

Tom Juzek

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics, Florida State University
  • Interests: experimental syntax, computational linguistics

Charles Lam

  • Lecturer, University of Leeds
  • Interests: theoretical and experimental syntax and semantics, cross-categorial behaviors

Stephen Matthews

  • Professor of Linguistics, University of Hong Kong
  • Interests: the typology of Chinese; the grammar of Chinese dialects, notably Cantonese, Chaozhou and other Minnan dialects; language contact and bilingualism, with particular reference to Sinitic languages

Laura A. Michaelis

  • Professor of Linguistics, University of Colorado at Boulder
  • Interests: Latin syntax and semantics, corpus linguistics, the syntax-semantics interface, discourse pragmatics, tense and aspect, Construction Grammar, Embodied Construction Grammar

Kyle Swanson

  • Lecturer, Oral English Proficiency Program, Purdue University
  • Interests: second language acquisition, bilingualism, sentence processing, neurolinguistics, syntax

Carol Chun Zheng

  • Interests: syntax-semantics interface, psycholinguistics, language processing, structural priming in language production, second language acquisition and pedagogy