Experimental Syntax Lab

What it is

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The Experimental Syntax Lab at UCSD is a research lab of the Department of Linguistics directed by Grant Goodall. It is devoted to the use of experimental methods, primarily the careful collection of acceptability judgments, to explore issues of interest in the study of natural language syntax. The lab contains work space for the design, preparation, running and analysis of experiments, as well as space for meetings and discussion groups. The lab brings together faculty and graduate and undergraduate students to work collaboratively on syntactic research using formal experimental techniques. Click on the Events link to the left for examples of recent research activities.


Where it is

The Experimental Syntax Lab is on the second floor of the Applied Physics and Mathematics building (AP&M 2432), in the Muir College area of UCSD. Visitor parking is available close by.

Experimental Syntax Lab
Dept. of Linguistics 0108
University of California, San Diego
La Jolla CA 92093-0108

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