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I am a Professor of Psychology and Member of the Graduate Program in Linguistics at the University of California, Davis. My research focuses on uncovering the mechanisms that enable humans to understand and generate language in real time and in cooperation with other cognitive systems. I am a Fellow of the American Psychological Society, the Cognitive Science Society, and the Royal Society of Edinburgh. From 2006-2010 I was Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General and I recently helped found a new, Fair Open Access journal called Glossa Psycholinguistics. I have been a member of the Linguistics Panel of the National Science Foundation and I’m currently a standing member of the National Institutes of Health Study Section on Language and Communication. When I’m not doing psycholinguistics I like to run and read.
Marcus Maia é doutor em Linguística pela University of Southern California – USC, (1994). Atualmente é Professor Titular de Linguística do Departamento de Linguística e do Programa de Pós-graduação em Linguística da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. É bolsista de Produtividade em Pesquisa, nível 1B (CNPq/ 2020-2023) e foi Cientista do Nosso Estado (FAPERJ) no triênio 2015-2018. Atua nas áreas de Psicolinguística, Teoria e Análise Linguística e Línguas Indígenas Brasileiras, desenvolvendo pesquisas e orientando projetos sobre processamento sintático e lexical, sintaxe experimental, teoria da gramática, psicolinguística e educação, línguas indígenas brasileiras.
Kiel Christianson has taught at the university level in Germany, Japan, and the U.S. He is a two-time Fulbright Scholar, and conducted the first “field-psycholinguistics” study on syntactic processing in any indigenous North American language (Odawa). He is currently Director of the Educational Psychology Psycholinguistics Lab at the Beckman Institute, and Associate Chair of the Department of Educational Psychology. His research has been funded by NSF, NIH, and Procter & Gamble.