- Kelley, Patrick et al., An Electrophysiological Study of Mass-Count Coercion in Icelandic
- Parrish, Alicia et al., Plausibility and Agreement Effects of Adjectives on Noun-Noun Compounds in Icelandic: An ERP Study
The Neurolinguistics Lab presented two posters at MSU's Cognitive Science Program Spring Poster session this year:
Patrick Kelley and Alicia Parrish each gave presentations to alumni of the Linguistics and Languages program. Patrick's presentation was titled "The Blue Black Dresses of Language" and discussed grammatical and semantic illusions in English. Alicia's presentation was titled "Vikings who can Gulp Beer Mugs" and discussed the processing of measure-phrase headed compounds.
With our colleagues in Iceland, we were recently awarded an Iceland Research Fund Grant for three years, which will massively help our ongoing collaborative projects. Additionally, this grant provides funding for a two-year post-doc, which we're delighted to say Joseph Jalbert has accepted.
The Michigan State University Neurolinguistics Lab is located in B418 Wells Hall. We feature a 64 channel EEG system for ERP research as well as facilities for behavioral studies. Stop by and say hello or contact us for more information about the lab.
Lab meetings are held weekly on Fridays at 3pm in B410 Wells Hall.