Terps at AMLaP
August 24, 2020 Linguistics
Shohini, Philip, Colin and several alums at the 26th Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Conference
September 3-5, the twenty-sixth AMLaP has a poster by postdoc Shohini Bhattasali on a project with Philip Resnik, "Differentiating between broad and local context cues using lexical suprisal: An fMRI study," as well as a keynote address by Colin Phillips. In addition there are several posters involving PhD alums, including work by Masaya Yoshida *06, Jon Sprouse *07, Brian Dillon *11, Dave Kush *13, Dan Parker *14 and Sol Lago *14.
- Shohini Bhattasali (University of Maryland), Philip Resnik (University of Maryland), Differentiating between broad & local context cues using surprisal: An fMRI study
- Umesh Patil (University of Wuppertal), Sol Lago (Goethe University Frankfurt), How antecedent retrieval influences prediction: a cue-based retrieval model
- Anna Giskes (NTNU), Dave Kush (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Active antecedent search triggered by cataphors persists past the subject: evidence from Norwegian and English.
- Dan Parker (William & Mary), Interference in ellipsis comprehension: New evidence for feature markedness effects
- Sandra Villata (University of Connecticut), Whitney Tabor (University of Connecticut), Jon Sprouse (University of Connecticut), Gap-filling in English syntactic islands: Evidence from Forced Choice and Maze Tasks
- Wesley Orth (Northwestern University), Masaya Yoshida (Northwestern University), Shayne Sloggett (University of York), Polarity Illusions are Quantifier Illusions
- Claudia Pañeda (Universidad de Oviedo), Sandra Villata (University of Connecticut), Jon Sprouse (University of Connecticut), Processing embedded question islands in Spanish: Evidence from the Maze Task
- Michael Wilson (University of Massachusetts Amherst), Brian Dillon (University of Massachusetts Amherst), Thematic roles' alignment with grammatical functions facilitates sentence processing
- Adina Camelia Bleotu (ISDS, University of Bucharest), Brian Dillon (Department of Linguistics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst), Do Bare Noun Intervenors Attract Less? Evidence from Agreement Attraction in Romanian