Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Gustavo Guajardo is a postdoctoral research fellow at the AcqVa Aurora Research Centre and a member of the PoLAR lab, the psycholinguistics research lab at UiT. His research focuses on the study of linguistic variation in morphosyntax using corpus data, experimental methods and statistical models. He has also collaborated on projects on language acquisition of monolingual and multilingual speakers with colleagues at AcQVA and, more recently, he has been working on the effect of grammatical gender on cognition (i.e., linguistic relativity).
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Publications outside Cristin
2019 Guajardo, G. Goodall G. On the Status of Concordantia Temporum in Spanish: An Experimental Approach. Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics. View here
2021 Guajardo, G. The Transitivity Index: Using Transitivity as a Continuous Measure to Account for Clitic Case Alternation in Spanish Causative Constructions. PLoS ONE. View here
2021 Guajardo, G. Two subjunctives or Three? A Multimodel Analysis of Subjunctive Tense Variation in Complement Clauses in Spanish. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics. View here
2021 Guajardo, G. Co-occurrence Strength and Transitivity Effects on Spanish Clitic Case Variation with Reverse-Psychological Predicates. Frontiers in Psychology. View here
2021 Guajardo, G. Transitivity on a Continuum: The Transitivity Index as a Predictor of Spanish Causatives. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory. View here
Language variation, language change, quantitative corpus linguistics, cognitive linguistics, effects of language on cognition, syntax, language acquisition, research methods
ENG-1005 Second Language Acquisition
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PhD in Linguistics. University of California, San Diego, USA.
MA in Linguistics. University of Montana, Missoula, USA.
BA in English and Education. Teacher Training College Joaquin V. Gonzalez, Buenos Aires, Argentina.