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MSULC 2013

Best Poster winner, Kyle Latack (pictured), Mina Hirzel,  and John Sheets ("How Children Find a Bird in Iceberg: Exploring Noun-Noun Compound Usage in Children")

Best Poster winner, Kyle Latack (pictured), Mina Hirzel, and John Sheets (“How Children Find a Bird in Iceberg: Exploring Noun-Noun Compound Usage in Children”)

Best Poster winner, Yui Totsuka ("Japanese Double Negation")

Best Poster winner, Yui Totsuka (“Japanese Double Negation”)

Kyle Latack (pictured), Mina Hirzel, and John Sheets, "How Children Find a Bird in Iceberg: Exploring Noun-Noun Compound Usage in Children"

Kyle Latack (pictured), Mina Hirzel, and John Sheets, “How Children Find a Bird in Iceberg: Exploring Noun-Noun Compound Usage in Children”

Kyle Latack, Mina Hirzel (pictured), and John Sheets, "How Children Find a Bird in Iceberg: Exploring Noun-Noun Compound Usage in Children"

Kyle Latack, Mina Hirzel (pictured), and John Sheets, “How Children Find a Bird in Iceberg: Exploring Noun-Noun Compound Usage in Children”

Camila Alfonso, Anaité Castaneda (pictured), Brandon Grenier "Acquisition of Light Verbs in Spanish: Frequency or Grammatical Function?"

Camila Alfonso, Anaité Castaneda (pictured), Brandon Grenier “Acquisition of Light Verbs in Spanish: Frequency or Grammatical Function?”

Brandon Grenier "Examining Verb Type in the Acquisition of Telicity"

Brandon Grenier “Examining Verb Type in the Acquisition of Telicity”

Camila Alfonso, AnaitéCastaneda, Brandon Grenier "A Theoretical Account of Spanish Light Verbs"

Camila Alfonso, Anaité Castaneda, Brandon Grenier “A Theoretical Account of Spanish Light Verbs”

Yui Totsuka, "Japanese Double Negation"

Yui Totsuka, “Japanese Double Negation”

Kenneth Hanson,  "Corpus Extract: A Tool for Analyzing Coded Syntactically Annotated Linguistic Corpora"

Kenneth Hanson, “Corpus Extract: A Tool for Analyzing Coded Syntactically Annotated Linguistic Corpora”

Adam Liter, "An Artificial Language Investigation of Number and Number Neutrality"
Adam Liter, “An Artificial Language Investigation of Number and Number Neutrality”

 

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