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Jerid Francom

  • Ph.D. Linguistics, Cognitive Science
  • Associate Professor of Spanish & Linguistics
  • Wake Forest University
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Research interests

Syntax semantics non-canonical word-order information structure discourse movement the nature of grammaticality linguistic methodology experimental syntax psycholinguistics language processing syntactic persistence implicit learning

About

Jerid Francom is an associate professor of Spanish and Linguistics at Wake Forest University in North Carolina in the United States. He received his PhD From the University of Arizona. His research interests include psycholinguistics, corpus linguistics and formal syntax. He has published articles on treebank and corpus design and measures of corpus representativeness through psycholinguistic measures. He teaches both upper-division undergraduate courses for the Spanish major/minor and core courses for the linguistics minor.

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Publications

Spanish Diacritic Error Detection and Restoration—A Survey

  • Hulden M
  • Francom J
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2016)
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Kernel density estimation for text-based geolocation

  • Hulden M
  • Silfverberg M
  • Francom J
Proceedings of the twenty-ninth meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) (2015)
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ACTIV-ES: a comparable , cross-dialect corpus of ‘everyday ’ Spanish from Argentina, Mexico and Spain

  • Francom J
  • Hulden M
  • Ussishkin A
The ninth international conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (2014)
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Weighted and unweighted transducers for tweet normalization

  • Hulden M
  • Francom J
Tweet Normalization Workshop at SEPLN 2013 (2013)
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Wh-Movement: Interrogatives, Exclamatives, and Relatives

  • Francom J
The Handbook of Hispanic Linguistics (2012)
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Professional experience

Associate Professor of Spanish & Linguistics

Wake Forest University

July 2015 - Present

Assistant Professor of Spanish & Linguistics

Wake Forest University

July 2009 - Present

Graduate Associate Teacher

University of Arizona

August 2001 - December 2008 (7 years)

Education history

University of Arizona

Ph.D. Linguistics, Cognitive Science

August 2004 - August 2009 (5 years)

University of Arizona

M.A. Hispanic Linguistics

August 2001 - May 2004 (3 years)

University of Cambridge

Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA)

August 1998 - September 1998 (a month)

University of Arizona

BA History

August 1996 - August 1998 (2 years)