Prof. Inbal Arnon
Research interests: Psycholinguistics, First language acquisition, Learning theory, Differences between first and second language learning, Cognitive Science.
Prof. Arnon is a linguist and developmental psycholinguist. Her main interests are first language acquisition, learning theory, psycholinguistics, and the differences between first and second language learning. She has a BA in linguistics from Tel-Aviv University (Summa cum Laude), an MSc in psycholinguistics from the University of Edinburgh (with distinction), and a PhD in Linguistics from Stanford University. Her research lies at the intersection of Linguistics, Psychology, and Cognitive Science and uses a variety of experimental methods to explore how language is learned and how learning changes as a function of prior knowledge and experience.