Blog Entries

I find the personal aspect of research almost as exciting as the actual science, and think that there are too few places out there where folks are honest and open about the work they are doing, the process of doing science, looking for jobs, and seeking publication, so I include here a variety of blog posts. I have tagged everything that is “personal” as such, but it’s only personal in the sense that it may be more about my thoughts and process and progress, rather than work projects. No juicy gossip to be found here.

Povratne informacije o eksperimentu

Poštovani učesnici, Hvala vam što ste uzeli učešće u ovom eksperimentu. Istraživanje sprovode studentkinja treće godine psihologije Katarina Stekić i prof. dr Vanja Ković (Filozofski fakultet, Beograd) ispred Laboratorije za neurokogniciju i primenjenu kogniciju u...

Ian Joo’s Thesis

Hosted here with Ian's consent: Spoken Language Iconicity: An articulatory-based Analysis of 66 Languages

Summary of the September Tutorial in Empiricism

Introduction Recently, myself and other members of the LEvInSoN group hosted a Summer School at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics as part of our Minds, Mechanisms, and Interaction in the Evolution of Language Workshop. The goal of this summer...

MPI Humbly Presents

Today I had the opportunity to present some of the new work I've been doing on modeling the relationship between cognitive biases and typology with my most excellent collaborator Bill Thompson at MPI Proudly Presents.  I must admit that when Bill and I signed up to...

Projects are up!

The projects page is now online and active, and I've added a few of the projects that I'm currently working on. Over the next few weeks I will post a few more. The goal is to have all of my projects listed by the New Year. Then I can put in another section of the...