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UURAF 2013

Camila Alfonso (right), Anaite Castaneda (left), and Brandon Grenier, "Theoretical Account of Spanish Light Verbs"

Camila Alfonso (right), Anaite Castaneda (left), and Brandon Grenier, “Theoretical Account of Spanish Light Verbs”

Camila Alfonso (right), Anaite Castaneda (left), and Brandon Grenier, "Acquisition of Light Verbs in Spanish:  Frequency or Grammatical Function?"

Camila Alfonso (right), Anaite Castaneda (left), and Brandon Grenier, “Acquisition of Light Verbs in Spanish: Frequency or Grammatical Function?”

Brandon Grenier, "Studying the Acquisition of Boundedness in Children: Learning Novel Verbs and Adjectives"

Brandon Grenier, “Studying the Acquisition of Boundedness in Children: Learning Novel Verbs and Adjectives”

Olivia Catt, "Make, Be, and Get in the Speech of Late Talkers and Typically Developing Children"

Olivia Catt, “Make, Be, and Get in the Speech of Late Talkers and Typically Developing Children”

John Sheets and Kyle Latack, "Sleeping-Bag as a Bag for Sleeping or a Bag that is Sleeping? How Native and Non-Native Speakers Use Prosody to Disambiguate Compounds and Phrases"

John Sheets and Kyle Latack, “Sleeping-Bag as a Bag for Sleeping or a Bag that is Sleeping? How Native and Non-Native Speakers Use Prosody to Disambiguate Compounds and Phrases”

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

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

Yui Totsuka, "The Use of Double Negation by Japanese Teens"

Yui Totsuka, “The Use of Double Negation by Japanese Teens”

Presenter Yui Totsuka (right) with graduate student Ai Taniguchi (left)

Presenter Yui Totsuka (right) with graduate student Ai Taniguchi (left)

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”

Winners from Linguistics and Languages Section 2, Kyle Latack (left) and JJ Sheets (right), with graduate student Jessica Gamache (center)

Winners from Linguistics and Languages Section 2, Kyle Latack (left) and JJ Sheets (right), with graduate student Jessica Gamache (center)

Winners of Linguistics and Languages Section 2: Kyle Latack (left) and JJ Sheets (right), "Sleeping-Bag as a Bag for Sleeping or a Bag that is Sleeping? How Native and Non-Native Speakers Use Prosody to Disambiguate Compounds and Phrases"

Winners of Linguistics and Languages Section 2: Kyle Latack (left) and JJ Sheets (right), “Sleeping-Bag as a Bag for Sleeping or a Bag that is Sleeping? How Native and Non-Native Speakers Use Prosody to Disambiguate Compounds and Phrases”

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