Courses

Courses taught at the University of Arizona:

- Fall 1999 Graduate course on Rationality and Cognition (PSYCH 596 F).

- Fall 2000 Undergraduate course INDV 101 Section 003 (honors Section) The Nature of Mind and Behavior

- Fall 2000 (in a team) Graduate course LING 600 001 Explorations into the History of Generative Grammar

- Spring 2000, First-Year undergraduate colloquium The Nature of our Mind (UNVR195A)

- Spring 2000, Coordinator and teacher (in a team) of the graduate course Linguistic Theory: Concepts, Problems and Controversies (LING/PSY 696 F)

- Spring 2001 Graduate course on Rationality and Cognition (PSYCH 596 F).

-Spring 2001, First-Year undergraduate colloquium The Nature of our Mind (UNVR 195 A)

- Spring 2001, Coordinator and teacher (in a team) of the graduate course Linguistic Theory: Concepts, Problems and Controversies (LING/PSY 696 F)

- Fall 2001 Graduate course on Rationality and Cognition (PSYCH 596 F).

- Fall 2001, Coordinator and teacher (in a team) of the graduate course Linguistic Theory: Concepts, Problems and Controversies (LING/PSY 696 F)

- Spring 2002, Co-teacher (with Prof. Heidi Harley) of the graduate course Lexical Semantics: Linguistic and Philosophical Viewpoints (LING 522 F)

- Spring 2002, Undergraduate course Introduction to Cognitive Science (INDV 101) (Honors section)

- Fall 2002, Team, Master Seminar on The Foundations of Linguistic Theories, (PSYC/LING/PHIL 696E)

- Fall 2002, (with Prof. Thomas G. Bever) graduate course Biological Foundations of Language (PSYC/LING 496F/596F)

- Spring 2003, Undergraduate course Introduction to Cognitive Science (INDV 101) (Honors section)

- Spring 2003 Team, Master Seminar on Evolution Evolving (PSYC 596 F with multiple cross-listing in genetics and in evolutionary biology)

- Fall 2003, On leave (at MIT, Department of Linguistics and Philosophy)

- Spring 2004, Undergraduate course Introduction to Cognitive Science (INDV 101) (Honors section)

- Spring 2004, Team, Master Seminar on The Genetics of Complex Traits, Gene-Environment Interactions (PSYC 596 F with multiple cross-listings in genetics and in evolutionary biology)

- Spring 2004 (with Prof. Heidi Harley) graduate course Compositionality and the Semantics of Natural Language (LING/PHIL 596D)

- Fall 2004 Team, Master Seminar on The Foundations of Cognitive Science   (LING/PSYC/PHIL 696E)

- Fall 2004 Graduate and senior undergraduate course On induction: Cognitive and Philosophical Aspects (PSYC 496F/596F)

- Spring 2005 Introduction to Language: Language, Mind and Brain (First-year plenary course INDV 101, also personally taught Section 58h – Honors Section)

- Spring 2005, (With Prof. Terry Connolly, Dept. of Management and Policy), Master Seminar on the Foundations of Judgment and Decision-Making (PSYC 596 F, with multiple cross-listing in Philosophy and in Management and Policy)

- Fall 2005, Graduate and senior undergraduate course Rationality and Cognition:   Probabilistic Illusions and Choice over Time (PSYC 496F/595F)

- Fall 2005, Coordinator of the Master Seminar on The Foundations of Cognitive Science (LING/PSYC/PHIL 696 E)

- Spring 2006, First year undergraduate course Introduction to Language: Language, Mind and Brain (First-year plenary course INDV 101, 422 students enrolled. Also taught Section 9 – Honors Section)

- Spring 2006, (With Prof. Andrew Wedel) graduate course The Biological Foundations of Language and Cognition (LING/PSYCH/PHIL 696E)

- Fall 2006 and Spring 2007, On sabbatical (courses taught at the University of Maryland and at Harvard)

- Fall 2007, (team) coordinator of and teacher in the Graduate course Master Seminar on the Foundations of Cognitive Science (LING/PSYCH/PHIL 696E)

- Fall 2007, Graduate and senior undergraduate course Biological foundations of language (PSYCH 496F/596F)

- Spring 2008 Undergraduate course (honor course) An Introduction to Cognitive Science (PSYCH 423H)

- Spring 2008, Graduate course “New approaches to evolution” (LING/PSYCH 696 F)

- Fall 2008, (in a team) coordinator of and speaker in the Graduate course Master Seminar on the Foundations of Cognitive Science (COGS/LING/PSYCH/PHIL   696E)

- Fall 2008, (with Heidi Harley and Andrew Barss) Graduate course Topics in Linguistics and Philosophy (merging LING 596D and LING/PHIL 696A)

- Spring 2009, Undergraduate course (honors course) “An Introduction to Cognitive Science” (PSYCH 424H)

- Spring 2009, Senior undergraduate and graduate course “Issues in the biology of language” (PSYCH/LING 496F/596F)

- Fall 2009, Undergraduate course (honors course) “An Introduction to Cognitive Science” (PSYCH 424H)

- Fall 2009, First activation of a new senior undergraduate and graduate  course LING/PSYCH/PHIL 449A/549A “Biolinguistics”

- Spring 2010  On leave, no courses

- Fall 2010 (team) coordinator of and teacher in the Graduate course “Master Seminar on Natural Selection: Theory, Data, Models and Critiques”   (LING/PSYCH/PHIL 696E)

- Fall 2010 (with Heidi Harley and Andrew Barss) Graduate course Topics in Linguistics and Philosophy (merging LING 596D and LING/PHIL 696A) “Compositionality and its limits”

- Spring 2011 LING/PSYCH/PHIL 449A/549A “Biolinguistics”

- Spring 2011 “Judgment and decision making” PSY 333

- Fall 2011 Organizer of the “Master Seminar: The evolution of mind and brain" (COGS 696E)

-Fall 2011 LING/PHIL 211 “Meaning in Language and Society”

-Fall 2011 Organizer of the Linguistic Colloquium LING 495A/595A

-Spring 2012 “Judgment and decision making” PSY 333

-Spring 2012 LING/PHIL 211 “Meaning in Language and Society”

-Spring 2012 Organizer of the Linguistic Colloquium LING 495A/595A

-Fall 2013 Co-organizer (with Prof. Terry Connolly) of the “Master Seminar on Foundations of Judgment and Decision Making” (COGS/PHIL/MGMG/PSY/LAW/PSY 696E)

-Fall 2013 LING/PHIL 211 “Meaning in Language and Society”

-Fall 2013 Organizer of the Linguistic Colloquium LING 495A/595A

-Spring 2013 LING/PSYCH/PHIL 449A/549A “Biolinguistics”

-Spring 2013 “Judgment and decision making” PSY 333

-Spring 2013 Organizer of the Linguistic Colloquium LING 495A/595A

(On sabbatical for the Fall of 2013)

- Spring 2014 LING/PSYCH/PHIL 449A/549A “Biolinguistics”

- Spring 2014 PSYCH 496F/596F Decision making and neuro-economics

-Fall 2014: Co-organizer (with Prof. Chris Robertson of the College of Law) of the Master Seminar “Cognitive Science, Ethics and the Law” COGS/PSY/MGM/LAW/LING/PHIL 696E

- Fall 2014 LING/PHIL 211 “Meaning in Language and Society”

- Spring 2015 LING/PSYCH/PHIL 449A/549A “Biolinguistics”

- Spring 2015 “Judgment and decision making” PSY 333

- Fall 2015 Organizer of the Linguistic Colloquium LING 495A/595A

- Fall 2015 Co-organizer (with Prof. Thomas G. Bever) of the “Master Seminar on Cognition, Language and the Brain” (COGS/PHI/LING/PSY 696E)

-Spring 2016 (with T. Bever and S. Karimi) “Biolinguistics” (special edition, with two lectures by Noam Chomsky) LING/PSYCH/PHIL 449A/549A

- Spring 2016 “Rationality, Cognition and Neuro-Economics” PSY/COGS/PHIL/MGMT 496F/596F Section 002 

-Fall 2016 Organizer of the Linguistic Colloquium LING 495A/595A

-Fall 2016 Issues and Themes in Cognitive Science NSCS 320

-Fall 2017 Issues and Themes in Cognitive Science NSCS 320

- Spring 2018 “Biolinguistics” (with Thomas Bever and Noam Chomsky) COGS LING PHIL PSY 449A/549A

- Spring 2018 LING/PHIL 211 “Meaning in Language and Society” (with Elisabeth Kickham)

- Fall 2018 “On parameters” “Topics in Syntax and Semantics” (with Simin Karimi) LING 696A

-Fall 2018 “Language, Mind and Brain” (7 weeks course, with Thomas Bever and Noam Chomsky) LING/PHIL 211