Adam, Dan, Hisao, Jack, Jeff, Tyler, Valentine and Yu'an in Proceedings of BUCLD 45
June 17, 2021 Linguistics
On additive particles, belief reports, syntactic categorization, passives and universal quantifiers.
Check out the Proceedings of the 45th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Acquisition, which features four new papers from Maryland, involving Adam Liter, Dan Goodhue, Hisao Kurokami, Jack Ying, Tyler Knowlton and Yu'an Yang, with advisors Valentine Hacquard and Jeff Lidz.
- Valentine Hacquard, Yu'an Yang, and Jeffrey Lidz, Acquisition of Belief Reports by Mandarin-Speaking Children
- Tyler Knowlton and Jeffrey Lidz, Genericity Signals the Difference between each and every in Child-Directed Speech
- Hisao Kurokami, Daniel Goodhue, Valentine Hacquard, and Jeffrey Lidz, Children's Interpretation of Additive Particles mo 'also' and also in Japanese and English
- Adam Liter and Jeffrey Lidz, Non-Actional Passives Can Be Comprehended by 4-Year-Olds
- Yuanfan Ying, Xiaolu Yang, and Rushen Shi, Structures of Function Words Guide Mandarin-Learning 19-Month-Olds in Backward Syntactic Categorization