I'm interested in the cognitive science of language. My research
utilizes behavioral experiments as well as formal models to build
theories of the cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying linguistic
knowledge and processing in mono- and multi-lingual speakers.
Brehm, L., & Goldrick, M. (in press). Distinguishing discrete and gradient category structure in language: Insights from verb-particle
constructions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. manuscript version, pdf
Li, C., Goldrick, M., & Gollan, T. (in press). Bilinguals’ twisted tongues: Frequency lag or interference? Memory
and Cognition. manuscript version, pdf
Adi, Y., Keshet, J., Cibelli, E., Gustafson, E., Clopper, E., & Goldrick, M. (in press).
Automatic measurement of vowel duration via structured prediction. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. preprint,pdf
McClain, R., & Goldrick, M. (in press). The neurocognitive mechanisms of speech production.
In S. L. Thompson-Schill (Ed.) Stevens’ handbook of experimental psychology and cognitive neuroscience (4th Ed., Vol. 3:
Language and thought). New York: Wiley. manuscript version,pdf
Adi., Y., Keshet, J., Cibelli, E., & Goldrick, M. (in press).
Sequence segmentation using joint RNN and structured prediction models.
Proceedings of the 42nd IEEE international conference on acoustics, speech, and signal processing (ICASSP). preprint version,pdf