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 in March.

Elise Hopman will present results from a new artificial language learning study exploring the differential roles of production and comprehension during language learning – read the abstract here.

Mark Koranda will present results from a study exploring the influence of gesture affordance on production in the silent gesture paradigm.

More information about the exact time of both presentations and links to the abstracts will be posted here once the CUNY program is announced.


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