Excellent news for Akira Omaki (2010 PhD) – the National Science Foundation is supporting his research on the development of language processing mechanisms in children, to the tune of $390,000. The project is on “Development and adaptation of active dependency completion mechanisms”, and you can read about it here. I always tell people: “nobody ever gets their grant funded on the first submission” — wrong again!
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