Research Methods

Phillip Hamrick

Phillip Hamrick (PhD, Georgetown University, 2013) is an assistant professor and principal investigator of the Language and Cognition Research Laboratory. Dr. Hamrick conducts experimental research on the neurocognition of second language acquisition, focusing on the roles general cognitive capacities (e.g., memory, awareness, perception, attention) in the learning process. He also conducts meta-research on research methods themselves in order to improve the validity of language learning research.