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Michelle Erskine (HESP)

Dialect mismatch influences language comprehension in young children

 

Phoebe Gaston & Hanna Muller (LING)

Replicability, effect sizes, & power

 

Kara Hawthorne (Assistant Professor at Gallaudet)

Prosody in Speech, Language, and Speech-Language Pathology

 

Shannon Spaulding (Department of Philosophy, Okhlahoma State)

Title and abstract TBA

 

Lynne Tirrel (Department of Philosophy, University of Connecticut) 

Toxic Speech: Core Concepts of Discursive Epidemiology

 

Fabrizio Cariani (Department of Philosophy, Northwestern)

 

Karen Lewis (Department of Philosophy, Columbia University)

Descriptions, pronouns, and uniqueness

Abstract: Both definite descriptions and pronouns are often anaphoric; that is, part of their interpretation in context depends on prior linguistic material in the discourse. For example:

(1) A student walked in. The student sat down.
(2) A student walked in. She sat down.

 

Paolo Santorio (Department of Philosophy, University of California - San Diego)

Counterfactuals and possibilities

Note location change!

Dilip Ninan (Department of Philosophy, Tufts University)

Assertion, evidence, and the future

 

Julia Stoyanovich (Department of Computer Science and Engineering, New York University)

Follow the Data! Responsible Data Science Starts with Responsible Data Management

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