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Phillip Hamrick

Assistant Professor
Phillip Hamrick (PhD, Georgetown University, 2013) is an assistant professor and principal investigator of the Language and Cognition Research Laboratory. In the LCR Lab, Dr. Hamrick conducts experimental research on how languages are learned and what roles general cognitive capacities (e.g., memory, awareness, perception, attention) play in the learning process. He also conducts meta-research on quantitative research methods themselves, with the aim to improve the validity and reliability of behavioral measures of language learning, awareness, and memory. His research has appeared in numerous edited volumes and journals, including the Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology and Language Learning.
Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
  • Hamrick, P. (forthcoming). Recognition memory for novel syntactic structures. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology.
  • Hamrick, P. (2014). A role for chunk formation in statistical learning of second language syntax.Language Learning.
  • Hamrick, P., & Rebuschat, P. (2014). Frequency effects, learning conditions, and the development of implicit and explicit lexical knowledge. In J. Connor-Linton & L. Amoroso (Eds.), Measured language: Quantitative approaches to acquisition, assessment, processing, and variation. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.
Research Areas
  • Second Language Acquisition
  • Cognitive Science
  • Applied Linguistics
  • Research Methods
Affiliations

American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL)
Association for Psychological Science (APS)

Phillip Hamrick
OFFICE
Department of English
CONTACT INFO
Phone: 330-672-9395
phamric1@kent.edu
COURSES TEACHING
Spring 2015
  • ENG 41098 - 001 Guided Research In English
  • ENG 41198 - 002 Research Assistant In English
  • ENG 63033 - 001 Second Language Acquisition
  • ENG 63391 - 001 Sem : Language And Mind
  • ENG 68096 - 002 Individual Investigation
  • ENG 73033 - 001 Second Language Acquisition
Summer 2015
  • ENG 31001 - 010 Fundamental English Grammar
  • ENG 63391 - 010 Sem : Quantitative Studies And
Fall 2015
  • ENG 31005 - 001 Child 2nd Lang Acquisition
  • ENG 63098 - 001 L2 Research Methods
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