We study language from an interdisciplinary perspective with the aim of advancing the scientific understanding of human language processing, improving natural language processing, and creating new applications for reading and language learning. To this end, we draw on theory from linguistics and cognitive science, develop computational models, and carry out large-scale behavioral (e.g. eyetracking) and neuroimaging (e.g. MEG and EEG) experiments.
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|Sep 22, 2023||Omer Shubi receives the Israeli Council for Higher Education (VATAT) scholarship for outstanding PhD students in Data Science!|
|Jul 15, 2023||New paper: Eye Movements in Information-Seeking Reading|
|Jun 5, 2023||New paper: Eye Movement Traces of Linguistic Knowledge in Native and Non-Native Reading|
|Jul 30, 2022||Lab receives a 4-year grant from the Israel Science Foundation (ISF)!|
|Jul 1, 2022||New dataset CELER: A 365-Participant Corpus of Eye Movements in L1 and L2 English Reading.|