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Anouk Dieuleveut (LING)

Learning modals: Sig you guess what sig means?


Adam Fishbein (NACS)

Messages in the details: What do birds listen to in their songs?


Julianne Garbarino (HESP)

Um...let me explain: Social and task determinants of "um" and "uh" use in speakers with and without ASD

Abstract: I will present data addressing whether speakers with autism produce different disfluency patterns than speakers with neurotypical development.


Allie Johnson (HESP)

Production of the /t/-/k/ contrast in children with cochlear implants


Dawn Culpepper & KerryAnn O'Meara (CHSE)

Enhancing graduate student agency as interdisciplinary researchers: Key findings from internal evaluation


Liane Young (Psychology, Boston College)

How we think about friend vs foe


 Jay Van Bavel (Psychology, NYU)

The Partisan Brain: A value-based model of political belief


Elika Bergelson (Psychology & Neuroscience, Duke)

The Nascent Lexicon: Word Learning in Infants


Duane Watson (Psychological Sciences, Vanderbilt)

What Prosody can tell us about Language and Psychology


Michael Beran (Psychology, Georgia State University)

Chimpanzee Cognition: flexible, fallible, and fascinating


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