AD Scientific Index 2021

United States Scientist and University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature Rankings 2021

Total 1.459 scientist, 1 country, 349 university
AD Scientific Index - Scientist Rankings - 2021 H INDEX i10 INDEX CITATION
University Country Region World Name
Country University Subject Total Last 5 year Last 5 year / total Total Last 5 year Last 5 year / total Total Last 5 year Last 5 year / total
1 1178 1285 2208 D Quentin Miller

United States
Suffolk University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
American Literature|African American Literature|Narrative|
117 66 0.564 705 354 0.502 79643 26859 0.337
57 1540 1679 2878 George Lakoff

United States
University of California Berkeley Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Linguistics|Cognitive Science|Politics|Law|Psychology|
110 69 0.627 381 229 0.601 229987 74239 0.323
2 1986 2167 3746 Andrew C Parker

United States
Rutgers The State University of New Jersey Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Literary Theory|Continental Philosophy|Psychoanalysis|Gender Studies|
104 101 0.971 548 526 0.960 42492 38609 0.909
131 2120 2312 4006 Dan Jurafsky

United States
Stanford University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Natural Language Processing|Speech Recognition|Computational Linguistics|Linguistics|Computational Social Science|
102 77 0.755 254 208 0.819 55657 29537 0.531
20 2759 3031 5276 James Paul Gee

United States
Arizona State University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
linguistics|literacy|learning|and video games|
95 66 0.695 267 176 0.659 117282 43380 0.370
106 3277 3607 6307 P David Pearson

United States
University of California Berkeley Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Literacy|Education|Reading|Teacher Education|
91 52 0.571 300 151 0.503 49680 13544 0.273
13 4572 5030 8875 Richard B Van Breemen

United States
Oregon State University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
mass spectrometry|pharmacognosy|botanical dietary supplements|natural products|cancer chemoprevention|
84 44 0.524 299 206 0.689 20677 7466 0.361
7 4989 5481 9728 Douglas Biber

United States
Northern Arizona University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Linguistics|corpus linguistics|English grammar|register|
81 61 0.753 187 149 0.797 59821 24549 0.410
42 5207 5722 10186 Susan Gass

United States
Michigan State University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
second language acquisition|
80 50 0.625 172 128 0.744 46437 17525 0.377
65 6158 6771 12211 Bernard Comrie

United States
University of California Santa Barbara Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
linguistic typology|Caucasian languages|Papuan languages|historical linguistics|language documentation|
76 41 0.539 283 153 0.541 51269 14428 0.281
321 6467 7116 12843 Paul Kiparsky

United States
Stanford University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
phonology|morphology|syntax|metrics|historical linguistics|
75 41 0.547 145 100 0.690 35529 7057 0.199
207 6973 7700 13973 Larry M Hyman

United States
University of California Berkeley Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Phonology|typology|African linguistics|
74 35 0.473 183 130 0.710 17358 5089 0.293
210 7014 7747 14068 Marti A Hearst

United States
University of California Berkeley Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Computational Linguistics|Human-Computer Interaction|Information Retrieval|Natural Language Processing|
73 38 0.521 161 97 0.602 35935 10360 0.288
8 7808 8644 15906 Douglas Fisher

United States
San Diego State University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Literacy|leadership|
71 47 0.662 247 163 0.660 16655 7857 0.472
6 7929 8775 16163 Amardeep Singh

United States
Lehigh University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Postcolonial literature|Film|Digital Humanities|Modernism|
70 52 0.743 571 381 0.667 26372 16421 0.623
17 8224 9096 16830 Alastair Pennycook

United States
Unification Theological Seminary Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
critical applied linguistics|global spread of English|metrolingual practices|language & popular culture|semiotic assemblages|
69 57 0.826 133 112 0.842 37886 18023 0.476
41 8226 9098 16835 John Mccarthy

United States
University of Massachusetts Amherst Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Linguistics|Phonology|Morphology|Arabic|Semitic|
69 37 0.536 136 84 0.618 36318 7298 0.201
386 8242 9115 16876 Eve V Clark

United States
Stanford University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
language acquisition|semantics|pragmatics|word formation|
69 35 0.507 108 80 0.741 29748 6169 0.207
392 8595 9511 17680 Joan Bresnan

United States
Stanford University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Cognitive Science|Linguistics|Syntax|
68 37 0.544 150 73 0.487 35564 6596 0.185
73 8638 9561 17768 Thomas G Bever

United States
University of Arizona Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Cognitive Science|Psycholinguistics|Linguistics|Aesthetics|Cognitive Development|
68 27 0.397 172 67 0.390 25173 3662 0.145
75 9002 9976 18605 Martha Stone Palmer

United States
University of Colorado Boulder Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Computational Linguistics|Artificial Intelligence|Medical Informatics|Intelligent Tutoring|Human-centered Computing|
67 42 0.627 220 121 0.550 27322 11099 0.406
48 9465 10510 19668 Jobeth Allen

United States
University of Georgia Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
family-school partnerships|literacy teaching and learning|teaching for social justice|critical action research|educational e|
66 36 0.545 241 111 0.461 22147 5460 0.247
263 9805 10905 20487 Paul Kay

United States
University of California Berkeley Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
color|linguistics|syntax|semantics|pragmatics|
65 43 0.662 117 78 0.667 33485 9930 0.297
35 9820 10922 20511 Susan C Herring

United States
Indiana University Bloomington Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
computer-mediated communication|computer-mediated discourse|gender and CMC|multimodal CMC|telepresence robotics|
65 48 0.738 123 100 0.813 30749 11240 0.366
49 10282 11453 21584 Barbara H Partee

United States
University of Massachusetts Amherst Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
formal semantics|language and logic|philosophy of language|semantics and syntax|Russian|
64 34 0.531 123 77 0.626 22333 4875 0.218
299 11112 12406 23631 John Swales

United States
University of Michigan Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Genre Analysis|EAP|Discourse studies|Academic writing ...|
62 43 0.694 125 87 0.696 43358 16206 0.374
51 11638 13024 24933 James Dean Brown

United States
University of Hawaii System Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Language testing|curriculum development|evaluation|research methods|and connected speech|
61 42 0.689 146 98 0.671 23007 9722 0.423
41 11715 13114 25115 Russell Church

United States
Brown University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Temporal Perception|
61 27 0.443 147 67 0.456 18857 3845 0.204
18 12101 13559 26132 David Gefen

United States
Drexel University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Trust|Research Methods|Ecommerce|IT Outsourcing|Sociolinguistics|
60 44 0.733 94 83 0.883 64379 28356 0.440
144 12455 13964 26922 Silvina Montrul

United States
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Second language acquisition|bilingualism|heritage language acquisition|
60 44 0.733 111 92 0.829 13486 7669 0.569
516 12657 14200 27463 Ivan Sag

United States
Stanford University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Linguistic Theory|Cognitive Science|Syntax|Semantics|Psycholinguistics|
59 34 0.576 134 70 0.522 39720 8001 0.201
183 12668 14212 27484 Paul Smolensky

United States
Johns Hopkins University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Cognitive science|AI|linguistics|Integrating neural and symbolic computation for grammatical theory and reasoning|
59 33 0.559 129 69 0.535 33282 7777 0.234
139 12736 14294 27636 Philip Resnik

United States
University of Maryland Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Computational Linguistics|Natural Language Processing|
59 39 0.661 135 90 0.667 21051 6373 0.303
126 12835 14412 27871 Stefan Th Gries

United States
University of California Santa Barbara Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
corpus linguistics|cognitive linguistics|English linguistics|Sprachwissenschaft|learner corpus research|
59 49 0.831 143 129 0.902 16278 8996 0.553
53 13395 15050 29239 Carol A Chapelle

United States
Iowa State University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Language Assessment|Technology-mediated Language Learning|Canadian and Quebec Studies|
58 38 0.655 113 80 0.708 16502 6072 0.368
56 13428 15089 29338 Kathleen Bardovi Harlig

United States
Indiana University Bloomington Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
second language acquisition|tense and aspect|pragmatics|
58 42 0.724 99 86 0.869 15386 5812 0.378
19 13643 15336 29926 Nancy Frey

United States
San Diego State University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Literacy|reading|writing|leadership|special education|
58 43 0.741 168 128 0.762 11816 6546 0.554
13 14011 15756 30822 Judith Langer

United States
University at Albany Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
literacy|language|literature|sociocognitive dimensions of learning and teaching|
57 25 0.439 94 43 0.457 15600 3774 0.242
115 14116 15880 31087 Paul Yoder

United States
Vanderbilt University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
early language and prelinguistic communication development|
57 37 0.649 148 116 0.784 13360 5643 0.422
40 14457 16289 31996 Alison Mackey

United States
Georgetown University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
second language acquisition|applied linguistics|research methodology|
56 44 0.786 88 79 0.898 23958 11674 0.487
1 14537 16380 32176 Adrian M Garcia

United States
Indiana University Northwest Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Hispanic Literature|Narratology|Spanish Literature|Spanish Culture Latin American Literature|Latin American Culture|
56 36 0.643 382 174 0.455 17768 8406 0.473
709 14627 16481 32380 Stuart Shieber

United States
Harvard University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
computational linguistics|natural-language processing|
56 27 0.482 118 63 0.534 15074 3359 0.223
3 15197 17133 33783 Michele Knobel

United States
Montclair State University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
literacy|new literacies|digital technologies|new media|
55 33 0.600 107 69 0.645 21429 8449 0.394
53 15220 17158 33823 Steven Sloman

United States
Brown University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Cognitive science|psychology|decision making|
55 36 0.655 111 78 0.703 19961 8775 0.440
23 15246 17188 33893 Alexandra Aikhenvald

United States
John Carroll University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Linguistic typology|linguistics|
55 40 0.727 132 102 0.773 18020 8299 0.461
67 15886 17933 35666 Lyle Campbell

United States
University of Hawaii System Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Historical linguistics|American Indian languages|Language documentation|Linguistic typology|Mayan|
54 32 0.593 157 88 0.561 16810 5699 0.339
38 16366 18478 36862 Scott Andrew Crossley

United States
Georgia State University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
applied linguistics|learning analytics|corpus linguistics|natural language processing|
54 48 0.889 149 132 0.886 9796 7511 0.767
126 16527 18673 37304 Alec Marantz

United States
New York University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Language|
53 36 0.679 99 71 0.717 26799 8268 0.309
295 16559 18708 37365 Stephen Anderson

United States
Yale University Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
Linguistics|
53 28 0.528 122 65 0.533 21392 4414 0.206
429 17300 19563 39363 Alessandro Duranti

United States
University of California Los Angeles Social Sciences / Linguistics and Literature
linguistic anthropology|pragmatics|phenomenology|
52 32 0.615 92 65 0.707 21110 6786 0.321