The Program in Linguistics and Cognitive Science offers separate undergraduate majors for linguistics and cognitive science. A linguistics minor is also offered, or students may modify another major with linguistics. Students interested in either linguistics or cognitive science should consult with a member of the steering committee well in advance in order to plan a program that best suits their needs and interests.
The Honors Program in Linguistics and Cognitive Science offers qualified majors the opportunity to undertake independent research during their senior year under the direction of a faculty member. In order to enter the Honors Program, a student must have a 3.0 grade average in all courses taken at Dartmouth College and an average of 3.3 for courses with the major.
Linguistics & Cognitive Science Honors Theses Presentations will take place on Tuesday, May 17, 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. in Reed Hall 104.
John T. M. Merrill
Valence-changing Extensions in Herero (David Peterson)
Suzanne C. Parker
The Neurobiology of Meditation: Cultivating Interpersonal
Attunement through Mindfulness (Todd Heatherton)
Stefan D. Uddenberg
The Influence of Emotion on Perceptual Tuning Curves (Won Mok Shim)
Last Updated: 2/5/14