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In the summer of 2020, Fernanda Ferreira, a professor of psychology at the University of California, Davis and an expert in psycholinguistics, had a flash of inspiration. “She says it literally came to her in a dream,” says linguist Florian Schwarz, who teaches at the University of Pennsylvania. An intensely interdisciplinary field, psycholinguistics lacked a scholarly journal that served both linguists and psychologists equally. Ferreira’s idea was to create one--and to make the journal open access. In March of this year, the University of Pennsylvania Libraries signed on as one of the sponsors of the resulting journal, Glossa Psycholinguistics.



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08/08/2021, 04:12

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08/04/2021, 11:25