Phillip Hamrick (PhD, Georgetown University, 2013) is Associate Professor with expertise in psycholinguistics and cognitive approaches to language acquisition. He is also Principal Investigator of the Language and Cognition Research Laboratory, where he conducts research on psycholinguistics and language acquisition.
Dr. Hamrick's work appears in top-tiered journals in the fields of general science (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences), language acquisition (Language Learning, Studies in Second Language Acquisition), cognitive science (Bilingualism: Language and Cognition), and psychology (Learning and Individual Differences, Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology).
- (Second) Language Acquisition and Bilingualism
- Research Methods and Statistics
- Implicit and Statistical Learning
- Declarative/Procedural Memory