Welcome to the website for the Computational and Experimental Linguistics Lab (CELL) at the College of William & Mary. CELL provides the infrastructure for students and faculty to engage in computational and experimental research on language. Our mission is to provide students with the training, experience, and mentorship to become integrated in faculty research and to develop their own independent research projects.
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Parker, D. (2019). Cue combinatorics in memory retrieval for language processing. Cognitive Science, 43, 1-30.
Parker, D. (2018). A memory-based explanation of antecedent-ellipsis mismatches: New insights from computational modeling. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics, 3, 1-27.
Parker, D. & An, A. (2018). Not all phrases are equally attractive: New evidence for selective agreement attraction effects in comprehension. Frontiers in Psychology, 9. 1-6.
Dr. Anya Lunden
Dr. Dan Parker
Dr. Leslie Cochrane
Dr. Kaitlyn Harrigan