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Dr. Eileen Fitzpatrick, professor and chair, received the PhD in Linguistics from New York University. Her research centers on computational approaches to detecting deception in language. She teaches courses in computational linguistics. Fitzpatrick has been the principal investigator on several Department of Defense contracts involving the annotation of narrative data and modeling of classifiers to predict deception, is a co-author of Automatic Detection of Verbal Deception, and the editor of Corpus Linguistics Beyond the Word: Corpus Research from Phrase to Discourse. Prior to coming to Montclair State, Dr. Fitzpatrick was a member of the technical staff at AT&T Bell Laboratories.

Research interests

Computational approaches to detecting deception in language.

Scholarly Interests

Annotation of narrative data and modeling of classifiers to predict deception

Teaching

Computational linguistics

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