LCNL Members Presenting at MidPhon22 September 29 – October 1

“Clements’ Economy Theory, Contrastive Hierarchies and Distinctive Features” Mark Koranda, Calvin Kosmatka and Eric Raimy The poster, to be presented at the 2017 Mid-continental Phonetics Conference, compares the implications of two approaches to phonological features, the ‘naive phonetic’ descriptive system used by UPSID, and that proposed by Avery and Idsardi…

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eLUCID8 Scientific Communication Panel with Mark Seidenberg

Mark Seidenberg presented at eLUCID8 on August 15, 2017 as part of the Scientific Communication panel at the Wisconsin Institute of Discovery in Madison, Wisconsin. “LUCID is a project-focused cross-disciplinary graduate training program at the University of Wisconsin–Madison that focuses on Learning, Understanding, Cognition, Intelligence, and Data-science. Its goal is…

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CUNY Talk: Producing during language learning affects comprehension

Producing during language learning affects comprehension Elise Hopman and Maryellen MacDonald To investigate the extent to which learning transfers from Production to Comprehension, we taught participants an artificial language containing multiple dependencies. Participants were randomly assigned to either a Production or a Comprehension learning condition, with conditions designed to balance…

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Two abstracts accepted for CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing

“Producing during language learning affects comprehension” by Elise Hopman and Maryellen MacDonald, and “What can silent gestures reveal about word order?” by Mark Koranda and Maryellen MacDonald have been accepted for presentation (talk and poster, respectively) at the 30th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing to be held at MIT…

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