Matt Goldrick is Associate Professor of Linguistics at Northwestern University, where he is affiliated with the Northwestern Cognitive Science Program and the Northwestern Institute on Complex System. His research draws on behavioral experiments as well as computational and mathematical modeling to develop theories of the cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying the production, perception and acquisition of sound structure. Prior to joining the faculty at Northwestern, Goldrick was a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences at Brown University. He holds a BA, MA and PhD in Cognitive Science from the Johns Hopkins University.
Integrating Phonological and Psycholinguistic Theory