exploring the interfaces of language, cognition, & development
Matthew L. Hall, Ph.D.
I have been (or will soon be) the instructor of record for large introductory courses, mid-size writing-intensive courses, and small seminar courses. Thanks to doctoral and postdoctoral training that spans Cognitive Psychology & Linguistics, and with research that engages Communication Sciences & Disorders, I can teach a wide range of topics. Students have reported more learning under me compared to previous instructors, and have so far expressed a 100% approval rating.
I have mentored over 20 undergraduate research assistants, supervised two undergraduate honors theses, and currently serve on a doctoral student's dissertation committee. Novice student-researchers under my supervision prepare stimuli, recruit participants, collect, code, & organize data, and manage archives. Advanced students design, execute, analyze, and present studies from conception to completion. Deaf and ASL-signing students are especially welcome!