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stanley donahoo

About stanley donahoo

PhD Candidate--research interests in psycho- and neurolinguistics, as well as experimental pragmatics.

Research Interests

I am interested in the mental lexicon and its representation in the mind and brain.  In addition, I explore pragmatic issues (context effects, plausibility, implicatures) and their interaction with social meaning.  Investigative methodologies include Masked Priming and EEG.

My current project broadly concerns the psycholinguistics of swearing; ask me about it!

More information available at:  http://stanleydonahoo.weebly.com

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Degree(s)

MA Linguistics:  University College London

BA Spanish, International Studies; Biology Minor:  Saint Louis University