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The Psycholinguistics Lab is used for several strands of linguistics research at The University of Manchester, from semantic processing studies to sociolinguistic priming and speech perception studies. Research is conducted in the lab by both students and staff alike in the department of English Language and Linguistics. You can find the Psycholinguistics Lab in the Samuel Alexander Building, NG.15 at The University of Manchester. Oxford Road, M13 9PL, Manchester, UK.

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"Focalization strategies in Reunion Creole: two types of it-cleft?" by Alina McLellan

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"Looking for Markedness (…in all the wrong places?)" by Dr Wendell Kimper

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"Processing speech sounds in speech(-like) perception: an ERP study." by Massimiliano Canzi

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"The effect of affective and cognitive priming: a sociolinguistic study" by Mary Chioti

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