ResearchTeaching&c.Mark Myslín


I'm a PhD student in Linguistics and Cognitive Science at UC San Diego, and I work in the Computational Psycholinguistics Lab. My research focuses on computational approaches to everyday discourse and interaction as a primary locus of language usage. I'm interested in the linguistic and real-world expectations speakers bring to these situations based on experience and memory, and how they rationally adapt these expectations to the environment in real time. My dissertation connects these ideas to comprehender inference of causal models for linguistic distributions based on social cognition and pragmatic intent.

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Black's Beach, San Diego

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