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Cambridge Language Sciences

Interdisciplinary Research Centre

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Name Email address Areas of interest
Jane Walsh Maintaining and overseeing the future development of Cambridge Language Sciences
Jia Wan Computational linguistics
Xiao Wang Data-driven learning; corpus linguistics; second language pragmatics; academic English
Yingcan Wang Predictive neural mechanism of speech learning; Language Communication and Comprehension, Language Change and Diversity, Language Learning across the Lifespan; Multilingualism; Cambridge English; Human Language Technologies; psycholinguistics
Zhilin Wang Natural language processing; Psycholinguistics; Personality psychology; Human language technologies
Dr Elizabeth Warburton Aphasia
Dr Sheila Watts German and Germanic linguistics
Dr Daniel Weston Discourse analysis of academic admissions interviews at elite institutions, bilingual code-switching, English dialect development, historical sociolinguistics
Dr Emma Widdis Russian and Soviet cinema
Mandy Wigdorowitz Monolingualism, bilingualism and multilingualism; comprehension and cognition; linguistic distance; speech and language processing; statistical analysis
Dr John Williams Second language lexical and syntactic processing; cognitive mechanisms in second language learning
Dr David Willis Syntactic change; history of Celtic and Slavonic languages; use of electronic corpora in historical linguistics
Dr Jo Willmott Mood and modality in ancient Greek
Dr Elspeth Wilson First language acquisition; word learning; experimental semantics & pragmatics; implicature; bilingualism
Dr Andrew Winnard Publisher: Language, Linguistics, Anthropology
Dr Ian Winter The neural basis of hearing
Helena Wood Speech and language disorders; Developmental Language Disorder
Professor Phil Woodland Machine learning and statistical pattern recognition; signal processing
Dr Martin Worthington Babylonian and Assyrian grammar; Akkadian; Sumerian
Dr Laura Wright History of the English language; history of London English; historical code-switching; historical sociolects
Jocelyn Wyburd Learning environments; curriculum design; language learner autonomy; use of technology to support language teaching and learning