About Us

Peter Howell is a Professor of Experimental Psychology at University College London. Professor Howell earned his Ph.D. in Psychology from University College London in 1983. His research areas involve developing and testing an account of why stuttering persists in some speakers whilst other speakers recover.


John Harris is a Professor of Linguistics at University College London. Professor Harris earned his Ph.D. in Linguistics from University of Edinburgh in 1983. His research areas connected with phonology, including phonological theory, the interface with phonetics, phonological impairment, and variation and change in English.


Kevin Tang is a University Professor in English Linguistics with specialisations in Phonetics/Phonology/Morphology at the Department of English and American Studies, English Language and Linguistics, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf. Dr. Tang earned his Ph.D in Linguistics from University College London in 2015. He completed his postdoctoral training at Yale Linguistics department. His research areas are experimental and computational phonology with a focus on speech perception and lexicon modelling.

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