Professor
Department of Psychology
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 
  


My field is the psychology of language and my interests in that field are very broad.  Right now my basic research focuses on several topics related to word recognition and to higher levels of language comprehension. These include: the nature of the memory processes involved in understanding complex sentences, the interaction between lexical and higher-levels of language processing, and the coordination of language processing with more general mechanisms of memory, perception, attention and motor control.  Research on these topics in my laboratory uses two primary methods, eye-tracking during reading and measurement of event-related potentials (ERPs).  In addition, I am working on fine-grained analyses of language ability in autistic individuals and their relatives..

Department of Psychology

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3270

919 962-2440

pcg at email.unc.edu

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