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Fall 2013 Conference Presentations

October 21, 2013

We have already had quite a few of our lab members (and PIs Alan and Cristina)  represent at conferences this semester! Congratulations on their successful presentations:

  • 9/6/2013:  Jessica Gamache, Mina Hirzel, and Kyle Latack presented their talk, “Noun categories in children’s production of noun-noun compounds” at the Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition Conference in Oldenburg, Germany.


  • 10/5/2013:  Adam Liter and Cristina Schmitt (co-authored by Chris Heffner) presented their talk, “Inclusive plural interpretations depend on grammaticalized number: An argument from artificial language learning” at the Workshop on the Acquisition of Quantification at the University of Massachusetts.


  • 10/18/2013: Ai Taniguchi (co-authored by Yui Totsuka, Cristina Schmitt, and Alan Munn) presented her poster, “Isn’t it not cute?: Variation in the interpretation of Japanese double negation by age” at New Ways of Analyzing Variation 42 in Pittsburgh, PA.



We have a number of projects going on in the lab right now, including topics in:


  • Artificial language learning
  • Compounds
  • Passive and light verbs
  • Vietnamese nouns
  • Telicity
  • Corpus extract
  • Japanese


Stay tuned for research updates!


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