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Join us for a quick social break! We particularly encourage those who are new to UMD to come meet language scientists from different departments. This week we'll have two (optional) special interest rooms: SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING AND TEACHING, and MEANING IN CONTEXT.

Sarah Moss is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Michigan. She works in epistemology, language and ethics, on topics including the meaning of epistemic modals, and moral influences on epistemic standards.

Title and abstract TBA.

 

Rutgers Professor Michael Glanzberg joins us to present recent philosophical work on language and semantics. Title and abstract TBA.

 

A new way to find developmentally meaningful variation in children's input: A look at syntactic knowledge across socio-economic status

 

Principles and Mechanisms of Mutual Understanding

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Words fail me: Word learning in English as a second language, in and out of context

Abstract TBA.

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The subtle non-nativelikeness of near-nativeness—an effect of age of L2 acquisition, or simply an inherent characteristic of bilingualism?

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The importance of (good) input for formulaic language learning and processing

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