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  • J.-Marc Authier - Linguistics and Applied Language Studies: syntax; semantics; pragmatics; mathematical linguistics; philosophy or language. 
  • Nicole EtterCommunication Sciences and disordersassessment and treatments for individuals with (sensori) motor speech disorders as a result of neurologic injury.
  • Carrie Jackson - German and Slavic Languages: Second language acquisition, psycholinguistics, sentence processing.
  • Judith Kroll - Emeritus, Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Linguistics, and Women's Studies: psycholinguistics; bilingualism; cognitive psychology.
  • Ping Li - Psychology: Cognitive neuroscience, psycholinguistics, bilingualism, computational and neural mechanisms of language acquisition.
  • Deborah Morton - Linguisticsfieldwork-based language analysis of Anii; formal phonology and formal semantics.
  • Richard Page - German and Slavic Languages: German linguistics; historical linguistics; phonology; language change. 
  • Michael Putnam - German and Slavic Languages: Bilingualism, contact linguistics, linguistic formalisms (generative linguistics), syntax, morphology, semantics, heritage linguistics, global varieties of Germanic languages, philosophy of language.
  • Lisa Reed - French and Francophone Studies: theoretical linguistics; syntax and semantics of French.
  • Chalice SandbergCommunication Sciences and disordersneuroplastic processes are taking place during successful language therapy for adult language disorders, with primary interest in aphasia.
  • Katharina Schuhmann - German & Linguisticsspeech and language processing, phonetics, language learning, psycholinguistics.
  • Janet van Hell - Psychology: Second language learning and bilingualism/multilingualism; language development in children with a typical or atypical language development (children who are deaf, children with dyslexia, with SLI, and bilingual children from an ethnic minority background).
  • Dan Weiss - Psychology: Language acquisition, Statistical learning, Comparative cognition and communication with nonhuman primates.