Students working in the lab
Setting up an eye-tracking experiment
Summer lab group 2016
Presenting at CUNY 2017
Lab meeting / surprise party
UCLA Language Processing Lab
Welcome to the UCLA Language Processing Lab
We are an interdisciplinary research space dedicated to exploring language and cognition through a multitude of methods.
Current projects include behavioral judgments to written and auditory stimuli, eye movements, EEG recording, mouse tracking, and corpus work.
Our current research topics include:
- Structural defaults in processing metonymy
- Processing sluices with d-linked remnants
- Reactivation of adjuncts using cross modal priming (with Carson Schütze and John Gluckman)
- Implicit prosody and garden path sentences (with Sun-Ah Jun and Adam Royer)
- Biases for resolving exceptive ellipsis structures (with Katy Carlson)
- Preferences for focus realization with focus sensitive particles (with Katy Carlson)
Learn more about our current research.
We are located on the second floor of Campbell Hall in room 2226 on North Campus. Find Campbell Hall on the map.
Eye Tracking Study
We have many opportunities for participation in research. If you wish to participate in an eye tracking study, visit the Sign Up page to schedule a visit.
If you are interested in participating in the lab as a student researcher, please fill out this Google Form.
Interested in pursuing a Ph.D in Psycholinguistics? Learn more about UCLA's graduate program in Linguistics.