Marylanders at Penn's virtual CUNY
February 22, 2021 Linguistics
Seven presentations on language acquisition and processing, plus more from alumni.
March 4-6, the University of Pennsylvania hosts the 34 Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, with an invited talk from Jeff Lidz; long talks by Tyler and undergrad Cassidy Wyatt; short talks from Masato, Rosa, Zoe Ovans, and Cassidy again, with former RA Maggie Kandel, alongside faculty collaborators Colin Phillips, Jeff Lidz, Yi Ting Huang and Jared Novick; plus much more from our illustrious alumni, including undergraduate alums Morgan Moyer and Jon Burnsky; PhD alums Julie Gerard, Jeff Green, Allyson Ettinger, Shota Momma, Dave Kush, Brian Dillon, Matt Wagers, Masaya Yoshida and Phil Monahan; postdoc Ming Xiang; and several past visitors, including Iria de Dios Flores, Alex de Carvalho, Lyn Tieu and Matt Husband.
Jeffrey Lidz - Second-year syntax: Discovering Dependencies
Tyler Knowlton, Justin Halberda, Paul Pietroski and Jeffrey Lidz - Evaluating each- (but not every-) sentences encourages encoding individual properties
Cassidy Wyatt, Margaret Kandel and Colin Phillips - Number attraction in pronoun production: Evidence for antecedent feature retrieval
Masato Nakamura and Colin Phillips - Online cloze evidence for rapid use of lexical and grammatical cues
Eun-Kyoung Rosa Lee - A divergence between judgments and response times in L2 agreement attraction
Zoe Ovans, Jared Novick, Yi Ting Huang - Virtual-World eye-tracking: The efficacy of replicating word processing effects remotely
Margaret Kandel, Cassidy Wyatt and Colin Phillips - Transitioning to online language production: A direct comparison of in-lab and web-based experiments
Morgan Moyer and Judith Degen - A corpus-based study of (non-)exhaustivity in wh-questions
Jon Burnsky, Franziska Kretzschmar, Erika Mayer, Lisa Sanders and Adrian Staub - Dissociating Effects of Predictability, Preview and Visual Contrast on Eye Movements and ERPs
Juliana Gerard - The acceptability of null subjects
Kari Schwink and Jeffrey Green - Spreading jam with a butter knight: Near-homophones and phonological pre-activation
Jiaxuan Li and Allyson Ettinger - A noisy channel model of N400 and P600 effects in sentence processing
Jeremy Doiron and Shota Momma - Underlying clausal structure modulates lexical interference: Evidence from raising and control
Shota Momma and Masaya Yoshida - Syntax guides sentence planning: Evidence from multiple dependency constructions
Anna Giskes and Dave Kush - What to expect when you are expecting an antecedent: Processing cataphora in Dutch
Adina Camelia Bleotu and Brian Dillon - Pronouns attract in number but (much) less so in person. Evidence from Romanian
Caren Rotello, Brian Dillon and Caroline Andrews - Multiverse analysis of eye-tracking data: Reexamining the ambiguity advantage effect
Daniela Mertzen, Brian W. Dillon, Ralf Engbert and Shravan Vasishth - An investigation of the time-course of syntactic and semantic interference in online sentence comprehension
Stephanie Rich and Matt Wagers - Syntactic and semantic parallelism guides filler-gap processing in coordination
Nicholas Van Handel, Matthew Wagers and Amanda Rysling - Guiding Implicit Prosody with Delexicalized Melodies: Evidence from a Match/Mismatch Task
Chi Dat Lam and Ming Xiang - The effect of representational complexity on working memory processes
Hyosik Kim, Ming Xiang and Masaya Yoshida - The Structure of Antecedent Influences Processing of Ellipsis
Ming Xiang, Christine Gu, Yixue Quan, Weijie Xu and Suiping Wang - Probability matching vs. regularization in contact-induced syntactic change
Ming Xiang and Weijie Xu - Reanalysis difficulty modulates cumulative structural priming effects in sentence comprehension
Caroline Berg-Love and Masaya Yoshida - Attachment Preferences in Participle Constructions
Wesley Orth and Masaya Yoshida - PPI Illusion Ignores Binding but is Facilitated by Reactivation
Ethan Myers and Masaya Yoshida - A cue-based approach to processing adjuncts
Breanna Pratley and Philip Monahan - Can English Idioms Undergo the Dative Alternation? A Priming Investigation
Maryland linguists at CUNY
Brad, Colin, Dan, Dave, Jeff, Shevaun, Sol and Wing Yee represent UMD at the 25th annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing.
Terps crawling around Gainesville for CUNY29
CUNY has an invited talk by Masha, plus work involving Anton, Julie, Laurel, Rachel, Shota, Sirri, Valentine, Philip, Jeff, Ellen, Colin and Alexander from Linguistics, plus many other Terps.
Maryland at CUNY in South Carolina
Bradley Larson, Dan Parker, Dave Kush, Dustin Chacón, Glynis MacMillan, Sol Lago, Shota Momma, Wing Yee Chow, Colin Phillips, and Jeffrey Lidz represent UMD Linguistics at the 26th annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing in Ohio.