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Anne-Michelle Tessier

Associate Professor

Linguistics

Faculty of Arts

Research Themes: 

The Communicating Mind and Body

Anne-Michelle Tessier is a phonologist who primarily studies language development, learning algorithms, constraint-based phonology and child second language learning; she has also investigated phonological processing with cochlear implants via fNIRS, the sound patterns of invented swear words, and many other things.

She wrote a 2015 textbook about phonological acquisition in Optimality Theory, and she is always interested in talking to new researchers that share her curiosities. For more see her website.