Sarah Shull, Ph.D. 2000


Dissertation: The Experience of Space: The Privileged Role of Spatial Prefixation in Czech and Russian.

Sarah Shull lives in Portland, OR, where she works as a database programmer for a company that manages clinical trial data.

Her interests include cognitive linguistics and cognitive science, especially cognitive semantics; neurolinguistics; connectionist modeling of language behavior.


  • “A cross-linguistic semantic analysis of Czech and Russian ‘spanning’ prefixes,” Proceedings of the annual meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, v. 25.
  • G. J. Wilson, S. E. Shull, NI Nabor, R Cooke, “Inhibition of Muscle Force by Vanadate,” Journal of Biochemistry, Sept. 1997, 122 (3), 563-71.
  • G. J. Wilson, S. E. Shull, R. Cooke, “Myosin head interactions in Ca2+-activated skinned rabbit muscle fibers,” Biophysical Journal, Jan 1995, 66 (1), 216-226.
  • S. J. Hasan, B. N. Nelson, J. I. Valenzuela, H. S. Keirstead, S. E. Shull, D. W. Ethel, J. D. Steeves, “Functional repair of transected spinal cord in embryonic chick,” Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 1991, 2, 137-154.