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BU practice talk extravaganza!

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BU practice talk extravaganza!

Linguistics Friday, September 25, 2020 8:50 am-2:00 pm Online (special link)

September 25, the Acquisition lab and GLLaM will merge into a single, day-long session of BUCLD practice talks, starting at 9:00 and ending at 2:00.

  • 8:50-8:55 Arrive in Zoom
  • 9:00 Yu'an Yang, Acquisition of belief reports by Mandarin speaking children
  • 9:40 Hisao Kurokami, Children’s interpretation of additive particles mo ‘also’ and also in Japanese and English
  • 10:20 Adam Liter, Non-actional passives can be comprehended by 4-year olds
  • 10:50 Jack Yuanfan Ying, Mandarin-learning toddlers use functional morphemes for grammatical categorization 
  • 11:20 Break
  • 11:50-11:55 Return to Zoom
  • 12:00 Mina Hirzel, 19 month-olds parse wh-questions incrementally
  • 12:40 Tyler Knowlton, Genericity signals the difference between "each" and "every" in child-directed speech
  • 1:20 Thomas Schatz, How to obtain robust predictions from computational models of learning
  • 2:00 End
Add to Calendar 09/25/20 8:50 AM 09/25/20 2:00 PM America/New_York BU practice talk extravaganza!

September 25, the Acquisition lab and GLLaM will merge into a single, day-long session of BUCLD practice talks, starting at 9:00 and ending at 2:00.

  • 8:50-8:55 Arrive in Zoom
  • 9:00 Yu'an Yang, Acquisition of belief reports by Mandarin speaking children
  • 9:40 Hisao Kurokami, Children’s interpretation of additive particles mo ‘also’ and also in Japanese and English
  • 10:20 Adam Liter, Non-actional passives can be comprehended by 4-year olds
  • 10:50 Jack Yuanfan Ying, Mandarin-learning toddlers use functional morphemes for grammatical categorization 
  • 11:20 Break
  • 11:50-11:55 Return to Zoom
  • 12:00 Mina Hirzel, 19 month-olds parse wh-questions incrementally
  • 12:40 Tyler Knowlton, Genericity signals the difference between "each" and "every" in child-directed speech
  • 1:20 Thomas Schatz, How to obtain robust predictions from computational models of learning
  • 2:00 End

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