Reili Argus is the Professor of Estonian Language and the Head of the Estonian Language and Culture Study Area. She has taught regularly psycholinguistics, first language acquisition, language editing and word-formation in Estonian. Her primary interest is the acquisition of Estonian as a first language. The main focus of her research has been on the acquisition of Estonian morphology, as well as on the acquisition of lexico-semantic and pragmatic categories. She works also on topics connected with language planning and practical use of Estonian language. She is a member of the Language Planning Board of the Society of Mother Tongue and the Society of Estonian Language Editors.
Courses on Estonian language (language editing), first language acquisition, psycholinguistics
Areas of research
First language acquisition, Estonian language