Researchers

    The psycholinguists at the University of Toronto are part of a vibrant community of researchers who focus on the cognitive science of language. Our community brings together psycholinguistics and computational linguistics from all the three University of Toronto campuses (St. George, Mississauga and Scarborough.

    We meet bi-weekly (September to June) to hear presentations from members of the group, as well as visitors. Meetings take place on Fridays, 10-12 in Sid Smith 4043. (Directions to Sid Smith Hall). Everyone is welcome! To join the mailing list, email daphna[.]heller[@]utoronto[.]ca.

Leadership in

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Blair Armstrong

Centre for French and Linguistics

Psychology (Scarborough)

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Craig Chambers

Psychology (Mississauga)

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Barend

Language Studies (Mississauga)

Linguistics, Computer Science (St. George)

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Yang Xu

Computer Science (St. George)

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Daphna Heller

Linguistics (St. George)

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Elizabeth Johnson

Psychology (Mississauga)

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Phil Monahan

Centre for French and Linguistics (Scarborough)

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Ana Teresa Pérez-Leroux

Spanish & Linguistics (St. George)

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Jessamyn Schwertz

Language Studies (Mississauga)

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Suzanne Stevenson

Computer Science (St. George)