Biography

Teaches: Linguistics, Cognitive Science

Recent publication: French gender attribution on the basis of similarity: A comparison between AM and connectionist models. Journal of Quantitative Linguistics, 12, 2006: 262-296

All Publications

Matthews, C.

(2013)

On the analogical modelling of the English past-tense: A critical assessment

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Matthews, C.

(2010)

On the nature of phonological cues in the acquisition of French gender categories: Evidence from instance-based learning models

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Matthews, C.

(2005)

French gender attribution on the basis of similarity: A comparison between AM and connectionist models

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Matthews, C.

(1999)

Connectionism and French gender attribution: Sokolik and Smith re-visited

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Matthews, C.

(1994)

Integrating CALL into "strong" research agendas

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Key Research Interests

Computational models of gender attribution and morphology; minority cultures’ understanding of sexual terminology.

 

Forthcoming publications for 2010:

On the analogical modelling of the English past-tense: A critical assessment. Lingua


 
 

 

   

Teaching Interests

Linguistics, Cultural and Communication Studies.

 

Teaching Activities

 

U/G Language: Looking into the Human Mind

U/G Language, Culture and Interpersonal Communication

U/G Language and Gender

U/G Study, Research and Communication Skills

U/G Aspects of the French Language

P/G Language, Culture and Thought

P/G Cultural Representations and Language

P/G Research Methods

P/G Dissertation supervision – MA in Language, Culture and Society

P/G Dissertation supervision – MA in Communication and Language Studies

PGR Research Methods/supervision

Key Responsibilities

Dr Matthews is the Teaching Director and Chair of Examiners for the School of Language and Communication Studies.

 

 

Administrative Posts

  • Teaching Director
  • Chair of Examiners
  • Plagiarism Officer