[picture]Peter Gordon Collection
Associate Professor of Speech & Language Pathology

Educational Background
B.A. (Hons) in Psychology, University of Stirling (Scotland)
Ph.D. in Psychology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Scholarly Interests
Language acquisition and processing, Developmental Neuroscience of Language and Cognition, Cross-cultural studies of numerical cognition and linguistic knowledge. Infant event representations and verb argument structure, Behavioral Genetics of Language, Magnetic Resonance Imaging of brain functioning in language processing.

Field Research
Piraha villages, Maici River, Amazonia, Brazil: June 1991; June - August 1992; June 1993. Kadiweu reservation, Matto Grosso do Sul, Brazil: August, 1995
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[thumbnail] Red rats eater exposes recursion in children's word formation.
by P. Gordon & M. Alegre (1996)
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[thumbnail] Verb-based vs. class-based accounts of actionality effects in children's comprehension of the passive
by P. Gordon & J. Chafez (1990)
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[thumbnail] Learnability and feedback
by P. Gordon (1990)
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[thumbnail] Levels of affixation in the acquisition of English morphology
by P. Gordon (1989)
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[thumbnail] Level-ordering in lexical development
by P. Gordon (1985)
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[thumbnail] Evaluating the semantic categories hypothesis: The case of the count/mass distinction
by P. Gordon (1985)
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