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Lunch available at 12:15, first talk begins promptly at 12:30. 

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Kathleen Oppenheimer (HESP)

Effects of Verb Bias and Plausibility on Children's Processing of Ambiguous Sentences

Lunch available at 12:15, talk begins promptly at 12:30. 

Tyler Knowlton (LING)

The Scary Story of Conservativity

Lunch available at 12:15, talk begins promptly at 12:30.

Hanna Muller (LING)

Semantic Illusions

Abstract: Errors in sentence comprehension have proven a useful tool for understanding a range of cognitive processes in language. In this talk, I’ll discuss Semantic Illusions (also called Moses Illusions) and their implications for sentence processing. 

Lunch available at 12:15, talk begins promptly at 12:30.

Christina Blomquist (HESP)

Development of Bottom-up and Top-down Competition in Sentence Processing

Lunch available at 12:15, talk begins promptly at 12:30.

Paulina Lyskawa (LING)

Phi-feature resolution under coordination - syntax or not?

Lunch available at 12:15, talk begins promptly at 12:30. 

Andrés Buxo-Lugo (Psychology)

The world is not enough to explain lengthening of phonological competitors

Lunch available at 12:15, talk begins promptly at 12:30.

Jana Reifegerste (Department of Neuroscience, Georgetown)

Language processing in aging: what changes, and why?

Lunch available at 12:15, talk begins promptly at 12:30. 

 

Gary Thoms (Department of Linguistics, New York University)

Sidestepping agreement

 

Toby Mintz (Department of Linguistics & Psychology, U of Southern California)

Infants' capacity for learning non-adjacent dependencies in linguistic and non-linguistic domains

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