The Psycholinguistics and Computational Linguistics Lab focuses on implementing experimental, computational, and corpus-based approaches to questions arising from work in theoretical linguistics. Our work comprises psycholinguistic experiments, statistical analysis, computational modeling of linguistic patterning, and electronic dictionaries.

The PsyCoL lab is located in Room 310 of the Douglass Building. The lab is used by Adam Ussishkin and Andy Wedel's classes and students, as well as by both undergraduate and graduate students in the Department of Linguistics and related departments. For information on using the PsyCoL lab or its resources, contact Jonathan Geary (jonathangeary ATMARK email DOT arizona DOT edu).