Chargé de recherche
My research focuses on Cognitive Computational Phonology, at the intersection between Generative Linguistics, Psycholinguistics and Machine Learning.
My current work in Cognitive Computational Phonology focuses on the error-driven ranking model of the early stage of the acquisition of phonotactics within the framework of Optimality Theory.
I also have research interests in Natural Language Semantics and Pragmatics (in particular : scalar implicatures, individual/stage-level distinction, aspectual classes and the mass/count distinction).
I have a PhD in linguistics from MIT. I am currently a researcher (Chargé de recherche) at the French CNRS.
More information concerning my research and a complete list of publications are available on my personal webpage at https://sites.google.com/site/magrigrg/
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