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Title: Finding Function in Form: Open Vocabulary Natural Language Processing

Title: Normal variation in the behavior and neurology of language: Implications for genetic modularity of mind and brain


Title: Infants can use phrasal prosody as a cue to learn syntax and word meanings

Title: Using vector space models to examine the role of word relations in processing

Title: Structural and discourse factors in retrieval: what we learn from sluicing


Title: A parametric study of hierarchical structure building in fMRI and MEG

Maryland language scientists are used to the idea of interdisciplinary collaboration - but rarely sit down to discuss language science with psychoanalysts and children’s book authors. At the end of April, Colin Phillips did just that as part of a prestigious roundtable on 'The Mind of a Child' at the Helix Center for Interdisciplinary Investigation in New York.


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