Poster presentations

Exploring Emergent Phonology
Diana Archangeli (University of Arizona), Doug Pulleyblank (University of British Columbia), Jeff Mielke (University of Ottawa)
Quirky Case in Icelandic and Faroese
Alya Asarina (MIT)
On the relation between pro-drop and the Nominal Mapping Parameter
Pilar Barbosa (Departamento de Estudos Portugueses, Instituto de Letras e Ciencias Humanas, Universidade do Minho)
Finding Optimal Morphological Features: Syncretism Distribution Modelling
Jonathan Bobaljik (Univercity of Connecticut), Uli Sauerland
Mass, gender and number agreement asymmetries in the DP
Eulàlia Bonet, Joan Mascaro
Abstraction and phonetic detail in prosody perception
Jennifer Cole (Department of Linguistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
One root for many verbs
Maria Cristina Cuervo (University of Toronto)
Formalizing Lingual-Laryngeal Contrasts: The Epilaryngeal Articulator
Ewa Czaykowska-Higgins (University of Victoria), Scott Moisik (University of Victoria), John Esling (University of Victoria)
Focus association with traces
Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine (MIT)
Making things harder: a psycholinguistics retrospective
Susan Fischer (Center for Research on Language, UCSD)
Pronouncing and comprehending center-embedded sentences
Janet Fodor (Graduate Center, City University of New York), Stefanie Nickels (McGill University)
Learning the identity effect via reduplication
Gillian Gallagher (New York University), Peter Graff (MIT)
Long-distance anaphora in Mandarin
Iain Giblin (MIT)
Dispersion in the Lexicon
Peter Graff (MIT)
Split agreement patterns within the Hiaki DP
Heidi Harley (University of Arizona)
Judgment Styles and Syntactic Structure: Kuroda’s thetic judgment revisited
Nobuko Hasegawa (Kanda University of International Studies)
The Arithmetic Structure of the Numeral System in Dagaare
Ken Hiraiwa (Meiji Gakuin University)
One indefinite scopes out of islands: an experimental study of long-distance scope in English and German
Tania Ionin (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Cornelia Ebert (University of Stuttgart), and Britta Stolterfoht (University of Tübingen)
Obligatory implicatures and grammaticality
Natasha Ivlieva (MIT)
Conflicting rankings for docking and spread: an argument for 2-step tone assignment
Patrick Jones (MIT)
Cross-language perception and loanword adaptation under sound change in progress
Yoonjung Kang (University of Toronto Scarborough/University of Toronto), Sungwoo Han (Inha University), Alexei Kochetov (University of Toronto), Eunjong Kong (Korea Aerospace University)
Constraints on the Lexicalization of Logical Operators
Roni Katzir (Tel Aviv University), Raj Singh
How can a Merge-based efficiency-compliant mechanism deal with a “head-initial vs. head-final” variation?
Hisatsugu Kitahara (Keio University)
Is the subject-object word order preference in sentence comprehension universal?
Masatoshi Koizumi (Tohoku University), Katsuo Tamaoka (Nagoya University), Jungho Kim (Tohoku University), Sachiko Kiyama (Nagoya University), Yoshiho Yasugi (National Museum of Ethnology), Lolmay Pedro Oscar García Mátzar (Comunidad Lingüística Kaqchikel), Juan Esteban Ajsivinac Sián (Comunidad Lingüística Kaqchikel)
SSWL (Syntactic Structures of the World’s Languages): a tool for the future
Hilda Koopman (UCLA), Chris Collins (NYU)
Enriching the Typology of wh-Fronting Languages: Two Kinds of wh-Phrases in Modern Hebrew
Hadas Kotek (MIT)
Case Independence and Split Ergativity: Toward a Unified Theory of Case Assignment
Ivona Kucerova (Cognitive Science of Language Program, Linguistics & Languages, McMaster University)
Learning metrical stress unsanitized
Julie Legate (Department of Linguistics, University of Pennsylvania), Charles Yang
Acehnese: Theoretical Implications
Julie Legate (Department of Linguistics, University of Pennsylvania)
NACLO: The North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad
Lori Levin (Language Technologies Institute, Carnegie Mellon University)
Language technologies for endangered and low-resource languages
Lori Levin (Language Technologies Institute, Carnegie Mellon University)
Parameters, Patterns and the Historical Reality of UG
Giuseppe Longobardi
Missing Tense in a Second Language: Competence or Performance?
Gita Martohardjono (CUNY Graduate Center), Virginia Valian, Elaine Klein
Mass, gender and number agreement asymmetries in the DP
Joan Mascaró, Eulalia Bonet
The number 50
Ora Matushansky
Passive is not a Voice head
Martha McGinnis (Linguistics Department, University of Victoria)
Imposed disorder: syntax resistance in a task of voluntary sentence distortion
Andrea Moro (Center for “Neurolinguistics and Theoretical Syntax (Ne.T.S.)”, Institute for Advanced Study IUSS, Pavia, Italy.), Silvia Albertini (Faculty of Psychology, Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, Milan, Italy), Marco Tettamanti (Division of Neuroscience and Department of Nuclear Medicine, San Raffaele Scientific Institute, Milan, Italy)
The case for Wholesale Late Merger
Liuda Nikolaeva (MIT)
Cognate objects with unaccusative verbs in English and Spanish
Isabel Oltra Massuet (CCHS-Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas)
From Object-tracking Representation to Numbers: An Universal Base for Counting
Pierre Pica (CNRS & Université de Paris VIII)
The Role of Lexical Frequency in a Neogrammarian Sound Change
Janet Pierrehumbert (Northwestern University), Jen Hay (University of Canterbury), Abby Walker (Ohio State University)
The Shape of meaning: Wallace Stevens’ “The Well Dressed Man with a Beard”
Haj Ross (Department of Linguistics and Technical Communication, University of North Texas)
Recursive Computation in the Human Brain
Kuniyoshi L. Sakai,1,2,3, Shinri Ohta,2,3 and Naoki Fukui 3,4 (1Department of Basic Science, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan; 2Department of Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo; 3CREST, Japan Science and Technology Agency, Tokyo 102-0075, Japan; 4Department of Linguistics, Sophia University)
Finding Optimal Morphological Features: Syncretism Distribution Modelling
Uli Sauerland (Center for General Linguistics in Berlin), Jonathan Bobaljik (University of Connecticut)
Constraints on the Lexicalization of Logical Operators
Raj Singh (Carleton University), Roni Katzir
The TH/EX Puzzle
Nick Sobin (Department of Languages & Linguistics, the University of Texas at El Paso)
A Regular Rule of Palatalisation in Italian Verbs
Sam Steddy (MIT)
Varieties of “Most”
Yasutada Sudo, Hadas Kotek, Martin Hackl (MIT)
Accent of given names in Tokyo Japanese
Ayaka Sugawara (MIT)
X/XP movement parameter
Lisa Travis (McGill University)
A developmental perspective on the acquisition of causative verbs in child Hebrew: Evidence from child language and CDS
Sigal Uziel-Karl
Conspiracy Theory
Bert Vaux (University of Cambridge), Jeffrey Watumull
Learning metrical stress unsanitized
Charles Yang, Julie Legate
A Typology of Epenthesis Positioning in Loan Adaptation
Suyeon Yun (MIT)
Neuroimaging evidence for the poverty of the stimulus problem in second language acquisition
Noriaki Yusa (Miyagi Gakuin Women’s University), Jungho Kim (Tohoku University), Masatoshi Koizumi (Tohoku University), Hiroko Hagiwara (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
On Agree
Hedde Zeijlstra (University of Amsterdam)

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