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- East Asian Languages and Cultures
- IU Bloomington
Global and International Studies Building, 2006
Lin directs the Language and Cognition Lab, where research on the interface between grammar and cognition is conducted. His lab is equipped for behavioral and neurolinguistic experiments (e.g., EEG). His main research interests include processing dependencies in head-final relative clauses (in particular, the comprehension and production of Chinese relative clauses), processing issues in syntactic theorization, processing thematic role orders (such as in relative clauses and resultative verb compounds), mass/count distinctions in a classifier language, the representation and processing of lexical ambiguity, and the perception and acquisition of Chinese vowels and tones in relation to phonetic orthography.