Janet Nicol, Ph. D.
Associate Professor, Departments of Linguistics and Psychology, University of Arizona
Faculty Member in the Cognitive Science Program and Second Language and Teaching Program, University of Arizona

Curriculum Vitae


1977-1979         McGill University
            Major: Linguistics
B.A. (with First Class Honours), 1979

1980-1982         McGill University
Human Communication Disorders
M.S., 1982, Major Field: Speech Pathology
Thesis Title: An Investigation of Speech Rate as a Variable in Error Production in Aphasic Speech

1984-1988         Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Brain and Cognitive Sciences
Ph.D., 1988, Major Field: Psycholinguistics
Dissertation Title: Coreference Processing during Sentence Comprehension.

Employment University of Arizona:
1988-1990   Post-doctoral Fellow, Child Language Center and Cognitive Science Center
1990-1991   McDonnell-Pew Post-doctoral Fellow
1991-          Research Scientist, National Institute for Neurogenic Communication Disorders
1991-          Assistant Research Social Scientist in Cognitive Science
1991-1993   Adjunct Professor, Psychology
1991-1992   Adjunct Professor, Linguistics
1992-1993   Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics
1993-          Assistant Professor, Departments of Psychology and Linguistics
1993-          Faculty member in the Interdisciplinary Program in Cognitive Neuroscience
1993-          Faculty member in the Interdisciplinary Program in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT)
1998-          Associate Professor, Departments of Psychology and Linguistics
Other 1991     Visiting Professor, Third European Summer School in Language, Logic, and Information, Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken, Germany
1996     Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
1997     Visiting Professor, Linguistics Society of America Summer Linguistic Institute, Cornell Univeristy, Ithaca, NY
1999-2000 Panel Member, Linguistics, National Science Foundation