Michael Wagner, Ph.D.

Michael Wagner received his Ph.D. in Linguistics in 2005 at MIT.  After a post-doc in the Department of Brain Cognitive Sciences at MIT, he worked for 2 years as an Assistant Professor at Cornell University. In 2008, he joined the faculty of the Linguistics Department at McGill and has been Canada Research Chair in Speech and Language Processing since 2009. His current research explores how prosody is used to encode and retrieve syntactic and semantic/pragmatic information.

icon Affiliation: Professor, Experimental Linguistics

icon University: McGill University

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icon Phone: (514) 398-4222

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