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Graduate Student Cognitive Science Conference

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Graduate Student Cognitive Science Conference

This year we are hosting the conference on March 4, 2016 at the Department of Linguistics and Cognitive Science. Talks will be held in Room 107, and posters will be presented in the graduate student office.

For details, please consult the schedule below:

12:15-1:15PM- Computational Syntax Session

1. Mike Donovan & Ryan Rhodes: Using transducers to construct recursive minimalist trees from linear word order

2. Keith Butler: Using colossal corpora to identify MWE


Poster Session and Lunch

1. Early exposure to geometric forms

Ilyse Resnick, Brian Verdine, Roberta M. Golinkoff, & Kathy Hirsh-Pasek

2. Reference frames in multisensory integration in the mirror box illusion

Yuqi Liu

3. Making smarter toys and children: The influence of play materials on parental interactions

Maya Marzouk, Brendan Czupryna, Paige McHale, Brian Verdine, & Roberta M. Golinkoff

4. Spatial assembly behaviors at age 3 relate to block building skill and later spatial skills

Maya Marzouk, Jelani R. Medford, Rebekah Banerjee, Brian Verdine, & Roberta M. Golinkoff

5. Sentence processing delay of non-natives in English causative sentences

Seungmin Eum

6. Children adopt the traits of characters in a narrative

Rebecca Dore

7. Cognitive and language demand of ELL math curricula

Hrysoula Davis

2:30-4:00PM Syntax Session

1. Mike Donovan: General Prohibition

2. Mai Ha Vu: Negation in Hungarian

3. Myrto Grigorouglou: Effects of typicality and listener needs in children’s event descriptions

4:00-4:15PM Coffee Break

4:15-5:45PM Computational Phonology Session

1. Adam Jardine: Local correspondence in phonological transformations

2.Hovsep Deovlatian: The computational complexity of Raimy's phonology-to-phonetics conversion process

3. Taylor Miller: Kiowa prefixes: A computational assessment

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Graduate Student Cognitive Science Conference
  • Department of Linguistics and Cognitive Science
  • 125 E. Main Street
  • University of Delaware
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • Phone: 302-831-6806
  • Fax: 302-831-6896