Matt Goldrick

Associate Professor
Department of Linguistics
Affiliated with:
Cognitive Science Program  Department of Psychology
Interdepartmental Neuroscience Program   Institute on Complex Systems
Penn State Center for Language Science

Research Interests

I'm interested in the cognitive science of language. My research uses a variety of methods to examine the cognitive processes underlying our ability to produce and comprehend speech. Methodologies include:

Current research support

Phonetic Echoes of Cognitive Disruptions in Speech Production NIH NICHD 1R21HD077140
INSPIRE: Gradient Symbolic Computation (subaward) NSF BCS 1344269
Core Center for Integrated Research on Human Communication Disorders (co-PI) NIH NIDCD 1P30DC012035

Resources on the Gradient Symbol Processing Framework

Recent papers

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Lab Webpage

Phonatics Discussion Group


Statistical Models of Language Production Data
Spring, 2014
Introduction to Linear Mixed Models
Spring, 2013:
Winter, 2013:
Fall, 2012:

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