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Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics

 

Take part in linguistic research at MMLL

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Are you curious about how linguists study language production, comprehension and learning? Would you like to help advance linguistic research while also receiving monetary compensation for your time?

At the Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, we conduct laboratory-based experiments using state-of-the-art psycholinguistic techniques such as electroencephalography and eye-tracking, as well as online questionnaire studies. This work is made possible by enthusiastic research volunteers like you!

How to register

If you would like to register for our participant pool, please request an account (read the privacy notice, then scroll down and click 'Request Account' on the right-hand side). You will then be contacted for studies where you match the participation criteria (such as your language background).

We are currently looking for native and non-native speakers of English, Italian and Chinese among others, and we hope to hear from you!

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Cambridge Language Sciences supports ultrasound tongue imaging workshop for language scientists

11 October 2022

What does your tongue do when you speak? Dr Calbert Graham , Senior Research Associate in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics (part of MMLL) convened a workshop about ultrasound tongue imaging. Recent advances in technology mean that ultrasound is an increasingly useful tool for speech research. The two-day gathering...

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