Joanna Morris, PhD
Institution:Hampshire College, Amherst, MA, United States
Department:School of Cognitive Science
Area:psycholinguistics, cognitive neuroscience, mental lexicon, lexical representations, morphology, event-related brain potentials
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I graduated summa cum laude from Dartmouth College with a major in psychology. I read for an M.Phil. in theoretical linguistics at Wolfson College, Oxford University whilst on a Rhodes Scholarship. I then received my Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. My research interests are focused on the structure of lexical representations and in applying electrophysiological techniques, in particular event related potentials, to the investigation of cognitive phenomena. My doctoral thesis work consisted of investigating the relationship between orthography and lexical stress in English. My current research is focused on examining how complex words are represented in the mental lexicon. I teaches courses in cognitive psychology, cognitive neuroscience, and psycholinguistics.
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|Morris J, Grainger J, Holcomb PJ. (2013) Tracking the consequences of morpho-orthographic decomposition using ERPs. Brain Research. 1529: 92-104|
|Diependaele K, Morris J, Serota RM, et al. (2013) Breaking boundaries: Letter transpositions and morphological processing Language and Cognitive Processes. 28: 988-1003|
|Duñabeitia JA, Dimitropoulou M, Morris J, et al. (2013) The role of form in morphological priming: Evidence from bilinguals Language and Cognitive Processes. 28: 967-987|
|Morris J, Stockall L. (2012) Early, equivalent ERP masked priming effects for regular and irregular morphology. Brain and Language. 123: 81-93|
|Benau EM, Morris J, Couperus JW. (2011) Semantic processing in children and adults: incongruity and the N400. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 40: 225-39|
|Diependaele K, Duñabeitia JA, Morris J, et al. (2011) Fast morphological effects in first and second language word recognition Journal of Memory and Language. 64: 344-358|
|Morris J, Porter JH, Grainger J, et al. (2010) Effects of lexical status and morphological complexity in masked priming: An ERP study. Language and Cognitive Processes. 26: 558-599|
|Morris J, Grainger J, Holcomb PJ. (2008) An electrophysiological investigation of early effects of masked morphological priming. Language and Cognitive Processes. 23: 1021-1056|
|Morris J, Frank T, Grainger J, et al. (2007) Semantic transparency and masked morphological priming: an ERP investigation. Psychophysiology. 44: 506-21|
|Morris J, Holcomb PJ. (2005) Event-related potentials to violations of inflectional verb morphology in English. Brain Research. Cognitive Brain Research. 25: 963-81|