Work

Overview

This section covers my research interests, publications, other academic projects, and teaching experience. For my full CV in PDF format, click here.

 


 

Research Interests

Cognitive linguistics, psycholinguistics, cognitive modelling (in particular Bayesian models of inductive learning), sociolinguistics, computational neuroscience, natural language processing, machine learning, and philosophy of mind.

 


 

Publications and Presentations

  • Michaelov, J. A., Bardolph, M. D., Coulson, S., & Bergen, B. K. (2020). ‘Surprisal is a good predict or of the N400 effect, but not for semantic relations’. Presented at The 26th Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Conference (AMLaP 2020). Presentation in Special Session: Computational models of language processing. University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany (Conference held online). [Abstract] [BibTeX]

  • Michaelov, J., Culbertson, J., & Rohde, H. (2017). ‘How universal are prominence hierarchies? Evidence from native English speakers’. Poster presented at The 23rd Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Conference (AMLaP 2017). Lancaster, UK. [Abstract] [Poster] [BibTeX]

  • Michaelov, J. 2017. ‘The Young and the Old: (T) Release in Elderspeak’. presented at the Undergraduate Linguistics Association of Britain 2017 Conference (ULAB 2017), The University of Cambridge, Cambridge, U.K., September 4. [Abstract] [BibTeX]

  • Michaelov, J. 2017. ‘The Young and the Old: (T) Release in Elderspeak’. Lifespans and Styles 3 (1): 2–9. [Full Text] [BibTeX]

 


 

Other Projects

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Teaching Experience

The University of California San Diego

  • TA: Cognitive Neuroeconomics (Summer 2020)
  • TA: Language Comprehension (Summer 2020)
  • TA: Cognitive Neuroeconomics (Winter 2020)
  • TA: What the *#!?: An Uncensored Introduction to Language (Fall 2019)
  • TA: Minds and Brains (Spring 2019)

The University of Edinburgh

  • Tutor: Logic 1 (2018)
  • Tutor: Informatics 1: Computation and Logic (2017)