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Language Acquisition

Known and unknown in infants' language learning: a story of perception, categorization, and inference

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

DOUBLE HEADER!

Kathleen Oppenheimer (HESP)

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

 

Variation and learnability in constraints on wh-movement

 
Endless Possibilities: The Development of Possibility and Necessity in Cognition, Language, and Society
 
Invited speakers:

All are cordially invited to a reception for Janet Werker at the Language Science Center. (Her talk is at 10:15am in 1103 Bioscience Research Building.) 

 

Lunch talk double-header!


Mina Hirzel (LING) 

Young children’s elicited productions of modal words: children differentiate modal “flavors” and forces

 

Meaning Through the Ages

 

Elizabeth Johnson (Psychology, University of Toronto)

She says tah-may-to but he says tah-mah-to: how children cope with accent variation

Title: Socioeconomic disparities in early language development: Predictors, consequences, and considerations for intervention

Lunch begins at 12:00, Intro/talk begins at 12:15. 

** Note non-standard location! **

Title: Life at the edge of the lexicon: Productive knowledge and direct experience in language processing and acquisition

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