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All meetings will be held at Fridays 9-10:30am in Moore Building, room 127 unless otherwise noted.

January 16, 2015 - Marc Authier (Penn State University) - Meeting begins at 8:30 am

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January 23, 2015 - Megan Zirnstein (Penn State University) - Foster Auditorium

January 30, 2015 - Michael Frank (Stanford University) - Foster Auditorium

February 6, 2015 - Lindsay Kay Butler-Trump (Penn State University)

February 13, 2015 - Pablo Requena (Penn State University)

February 20, 2015 - Gerrit Jan Kootstra (Penn State University)

February 27, 2015 - Cynthia Lukyanenko (Penn State University)

March 6, 2015 - Nate George (Penn State University)

March 13, 2015 - No Meeting - Spring Break

March 20, 2015 - Lisa Davidson (NYU)

March 27, 2015 - Michele Diaz (Penn State University)

April 3, 2015 - Elizabeth Stine-Morrow (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)

April 10, 2015 - Lisa Reed (Penn State University)

April 17, 2015 - Charles Yang (UPenn)

April 24, 2015 - Armin Schwegler (UC Irvine)

May 1, 2015 - Zofia Wodniecka (Uniwersytet Jagielloński)

All meetings will be held at Fridays 9-10:30am in Moore Building, room 127 unless otherwise noted.

August 29 - Courtney Johnson-Fowler (Penn State, German and Linguistics)

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September 5 - Rhonda McClain (Penn State, Psychology)

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September 12 - Federica Bulgarelli (Penn State, Psychology)

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September 19 - Noriko Hoshino (Kobe City University of Foreign Studies)

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September 26 - Patricia Román (Penn State, Psychology)

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October 3 - Rosa Guzzardo Tamargo (University of Puerto Rico) & John M. Lipski (Penn State)

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October 10 - Nick Henry (Penn State, German and Linguistics)

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October 17 - Carrie Jackson (Penn State, German and Linguistics)

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October 24 - Dick Aslin (University of Rochester)

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October 31 - Marianna Nadeu (Penn State, Spanish Linguistics)

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November 7 - PIRE undergraduate presentations - Foster Auditorium

November 14 - No CLS-Hispanic Linguistics Symposium

November 21 - No CLS-Psychonomics

November 28 - No CLS-Thanksgiving break

December 5 - Gerry Altmann (UConn)

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December 12 - Antonella Sorace (University of Edinburgh)

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All meetings will be held at Fridays 9-10:30am in Moore Building, room 127 unless otherwise noted.

January 17 - Richard Page & Mike Putnam (Penn State, Department of German and Slavic Languages and Literatures) : The grammaticalization of the griege-passive in Pennsylvania German

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January 24 - Giuli Dussias (Penn State, Department of Italian, Spanish and Portuguese) : Effects of the second language on syntactic processing in the first language

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January 31 - Kaitlyn Litcofsky (Penn State, Psychology) : A behavioral and neurocognitive study of sentential codeswitching in Spanish-English bilinguals

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February 7 - Dr. Krista Byers-Heinlein (Concordia University, Psychology) : Baby you're bilingual: Acquiring two languages in infancy

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February 14 - Jason Gullifer(Penn State, Psychology) : Identifying the role of language-specific syntax in bilingual word recognition: A two-pronged approach.

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February 21 - Matthew Carlson (Penn State, Department of Italian, Spanish and Portuguese) : Did I just hear what I thought I heard? Effects of language-specific phonotactic constraints in bilinguals’ speech perception

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February 28- Pablo Requena (Penn State, Department of Italian, Spanish and Portuguese) & Ji Sook Park (Penn State, Communication Sciences and Disorders) : Accessing meaning of L2 Words in beginning and advanced learners: An electrophysiological and behavioral investigation

March 7 - No CLS Meeting

March 14 - No CLS Meeting

March 21 - Alison Eisel Hendricks (Penn State, Department of Germanic & Slavic Languages and Literatures)

March 28 - Colleen Balukas (Penn State, Department of Italian, Spanish and Portuguese)

April 4 - Miguel Rámos (Penn State, Department of Italian, Spanish and Portuguese)

April 11 - No CLS Meeting

April 18 - Fengyang Ma (Penn State) : Accessing meaning of L2 Words in beginning and advanced learners: An electrophysiological and behavioral investigation

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April 25 - Álvaro Villegas (Penn State, Department of Italian, Spanish and Portuguese)

May 2 - María C. Martín (Penn State, Psychology) : Different mechanisms of inhibitory control in bilingual lexical production

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All meetings will be held at Fridays 9-10:30am in Moore Building, room 127 unless otherwise noted.

August 30 - No CLS Meeting

September 6 - Melinda Fricke (UC Berkeley, Department of Linguistics) : Language in Time: Phonetic Duration and the Sequential Nature of Phonological Encoding

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September 13 - Ashley Roccamo (Penn State, Department of German) : Is Earlier Really Better? Comparing the Effectiveness of Pronunciation Training for Beginner and Intermediate Learners

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September 20 - Merel Keijzer (University of Utrecht) : Cognitive and Language Control in Aging Dutch-English Late Bilinguals and Dutch Bilectals

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September 27 - Adele Goldberg (Princeton, Psychology) : Explain me something: how we learn what not to say

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October 4 - MaryEllen MacDonald (UW-Madison, Psychology) : We Reap What We Sow: The Cascading Effects of Language Production on the Nature of Language and its Comprehension

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October 11 - David Green (University College London, Division of Psychology and Language Sciences) : Language control

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October 18 - Fred Genesee (McGill University, Psychology) : Myths and Misunderstandings about Dual Language Acquisition in Young Learners

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October 25 - Ben Zinszer (Penn State, Psychology) : Age of L2 Onset and Left MTG Specialization for L1 Lexical Tones

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November 1 - PIRE undergraduate presentations

November 8 - Greg Guy (NYU, Linguistics) : The Role of Lexical Frequency in Linguistic Variation

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November 15 - No CLS Meeting

November 22 - Tamara Swaab (UC Davis, Psychology) : Understanding Individual Differences in Language Comprehension

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November 29 - No CLS Meeting

December 6 - Megan Zirnstein (Penn State, Psychology) : Investigating Semantic Prediction in Second Language Processing

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December 13 - Angela Grant (Penn State, Psychology) : Working hard really does pay off: An fMRI investigation of lexical access in L2 learners

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December 20 - Weekly CLS Meeting

December 27 - Weekly CLS Meeting

All meetings will be held at Fridays 9-10:30am in Moore Building, room 127 unless otherwise noted.

January 11 - Lisa Heimbauer (Penn State, Psychology) : Investigation of Language-Related Cognitive Abilities in Non-human Primates

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January 18 - Miccio Travel Awardees 2011-2012 (Penn State)

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January 25 - Megan Zirnstein (Penn State, Psychology) : Reading a book makes finishing it easier: Context effects of enriched composition

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February 1 - Holger Hopp (University of Mannheim) : Lexical effects on grammatical processing

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February 8 - Mari Cruz Martin (Penn State, Psychology) : Cognitive control and inhibitory mechanisms in bilingual production

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February 15 - Debra Titone (McGill University) : What The Eyes Tell Us About Bilingual Language Comprehension And Production

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February 22 - Michele Miozzo (Columbia University) : The processing of word sounds in speech production

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March 1 - Carla Contemori (Penn State, Spanish Linguistics) : The comprehension and production of relative clauses across-populations

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March 8 - No CLS Meeting (Spring Break)

March 15 - Susanne Gahl (Univeristy of California, Berkeley): Conversational Speech and Psycholinguistics

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March 22 - Cari Bogulski (Penn State, Psychology): Are bilinguals better learners? A neurocognitive investigation of the bilingual advantage

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March 29 - Tim Poepsel (Penn State, Psychology): The Effects of Bilingualism on Statistical Learning

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April 5 - Jose Ignacio Hualde (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign): Phonological awareness and conventionalization in sound change

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April 12 - Amelia Dietrich (Penn State, Spanish Linguistics): Phonological awareness and conventionalization in sound change

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April 19 - No CLS Meeting

April 26 - Cheryl Frenck-Mestre (University of Provence): Models of second language processing: Psycholinguistic and neurolinguistic perspectives

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All meetings will be held at Fridays 9-10:30am in Moore Building, room 127 unless otherwise noted.

August 31 - Patricia Román (Penn State, Spanish and Linguistics) : The Nature of Non-intentional Inhibition in Memory and Language

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September 7 - Courtney Johnson-Fowler (Penn State, German and Linguistics) : Learning and using grammatical gender in L2 German: results from two experiments

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September 14 - Gary Dell (University of Illinois) : What Freud Got Right About Speech Errors

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September 21 - Tamar Gollan (University of California, San Diego) : Bilingualism in Aging & Dementia: Evidence for Language-Specific Control Mechanisms

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September 28 - No talk: The Third Workshop on Immigrant Languages in America at Penn State

October 5 - Edith Kaan (University of Florida) : Investigating first-language effects in second-language sentence processing

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October 12 - Maria Polinsky (Harvard) : Learning from heritage languages

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October 19 - No talk: The 31st Second Language Research Forum in Pittsburgh

October 26 - No talk: No regular CLS meeting (Mental Lexicon Conference in Montreal and Hispanic Linguistics Symposium)

November 2 - PIRE Undergraduate Student Research Presentations

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November 9 - Ben Zinzser (PSU, Psychology) : Effects of language switching on statistical learning in speech segmentation

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November 16 - Nick Henry (PSU, German and Linguistics) : Effects of language switching on statistical learning in speech segmentation

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November 23 - No talk: Thanksgiving Break

November 30 - Giulia Togato (University of Granada, Psychology)

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December 7 - Mike Putnam & John Lipski (PSU, German and Spanish Linguistics)

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December 14 - Roxana Botezatu (PSU, Communication Sciense and Disorders) : An electrophysiological study of bilinguals’ reading strategy transfer: The contribution of spelling-sound consistency and orthographic similarity to the activation of phonology

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All meetings will be held at Fridays 9-10:30am in Moore Building, room 127 unless otherwise noted.

January 13 - Richard Page (Penn State, German and Linguistics) : Exceptionality and Open Syllable Lengthening in West Germanic

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January 20 - Young Language Science Scholar Event: Kara Morgan-Short (University of Illinois at Chicago) : External and internal factors and their interactions in adult second language acquisition

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January 27 - FOUR QUESTIONS FOR LANGUAGE SCIENTISTS:
David A. Rosenbaum
Department of Psychology
Penn State University

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February 3 - Katharine Donnelly Adams (Penn State, Psychology): The importance of multi-dimensional reading interventions in addressing the summer reading gap

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February 10 - John Lipski (Penn State, Spanish and Linguistics): How many “grammars” per “language”?: mapping the psycholinguistic boundaries between Spanish and Palenquero

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February 17 - Karsten Steinhauer (McGill University): On syntax, brain potentials and critical periods in L2: Facts and myths

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February 24 - Alvaro Villegas (Penn State, Spanish): L2 online processing of the Spanish verb mood

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March 2 - Aroline Seibert Hanson (Penn State, Spanish): Working memory effects on L2 processing of Spanish clitics

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March 9 - No talk: Spring Break

March 16 - Mike Putnam (Penn State, German) and Joe Salmons (University of Wisconsin-Madison): Morphosyntactic issues in Heritage German

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March 23 - Shana Poplack (University of Ottawa): Borrowing vs. code-switching in diachronic perspective

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March 30: - Hiram Smith (Penn State, Spanish): Habitual marking in Palenquero creole?

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April 6 - Keith Johnson (University of California, Berkeley): Two studies on compensation for coarticulation

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April 13 - No talk.

April 20 - Tim Poepsel (Penn State, Psychology): Is Steve gayer than Dave: the role of /s/ in cueing the stereotype of gay sounding male speech.

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April 27 - Lauren Perotti (Penn State, Spanish): Grammatical gender processing in L2 speakers of Spanish: Does cognate status help?

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All meetings will be held at Fridays 9-10:30am in Thomas Building, room 102 unless otherwise noted.

August 26 - Darren Tanner (Penn State, Linguistics) : ERP and reaction time evidence for comprehension/production asymmetries in agreement processing

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September 2 - Paula Fikkert (Radboud University Nijmegen) : Learning sounds and words: Evidence from children’s perception and production

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September 9 - Natasha Tokowicz (University of Pittsburgh): The Consequences of Translation Ambiguity

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September 16 - Josef Fruehwald (University of Pennsylvania): Using Speech Community Data as Phonological Evidence

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September 23 - PIRE Undergrad Presentations

October 7 - Phil Baldi (Penn State, Linguistics and CAMS): Rethinking the shift from fusional to isolating typology: structural, pragmatic and sociolinguistic dimensions*

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October 14 - Jorge Valdes Kroff (Penn State, Spanish): The Benefits of Networking: Expanding Statistical Analyses and Piloting an ERP Study

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Ashley Roccamo (Penn State, German): Can Motivation Influence the Perception and Production of German Front-Rounded Vowels?

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October 21 - Emily Coderre (University of Nottingham): Exploring the Cognitive Effects of Bilingualism: Neuroimaging Investigations of Lexical Processing, Executive Control and the Bilingual Advantage

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October 28 - Ben Zinszer (Penn State, Psychology) and Jason Gullifer (Penn State, Psychology)
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November 4 - Roxana Botezatu (Penn State, CSD): Do bilinguals transfer spelling-sound consistency expectations from a shallow L1 when reading in a deep L2? An ERP investigation

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November 11 - Eleonora Rossi (Penn State, Psychology): Merging ERPs and fMRI data: a combined approach to bilingual language processing

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Thursday, November 17: 4:00 PM, Berg Auditorium - Special CLS Lecture: Ellen Bialystok (York University): Reshaping the Mind: The Benefits of Bilingualism

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November 18 - No official CLS meeting but we will use this time in conjunction with Ellen Bialystok's visit

December 2 - Mark Seidenberg (University of Wisconsin- Madison): LANGUAGE LEARNING, PLASTICITY, AND THE "ACHIEVEMENT GAP"

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December 9 - Roger Boada (University Rovira i Virgili): Translation ambiguity between Spanish and Catalan: preliminary results

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All meetings will be held in Carnegie Building, room 113 unless otherwise noted.

Jan 14 - Second Annual Young Language Science Scholar:  Anna Papafragou (University of Delaware): Spatial Language and Spatial Representation

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Jan 21 - Mike Putnam (Penn State, German): The Syntax and Semantics of Excessivity: Evidence from Germanic

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Jan 28 - Rhonda McClain (Penn State, Psychology): Using translation as a means to test models of bilingual production

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Feb 4 - Eleonora Rossi (Penn State, Psychology): Second language learners are not native speakers but they process some aspects of the syntax as if they were: Evidence from behavioral and ERP data

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Feb 11 - Amelia Dietrich (Penn State, Spanish): "Suto hablamos asina": A description of the patterns of code-switching in San Basilio de Palenque, Colombia

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Feb 18 - Colleen Balukas (Penn State, Spanish): Late Negation in Palenquero Creole: Predictable from Prosody?

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*Feb 21 & 22 - Teresa Bajo (Granada) and Sonja Kotz (Leipzig)

*Feb 23 - PIRE partner symposium and CLS graduate and undergraduate students poster session

Feb 25 - No regular CLS meeting

Mar 4 - Emily Coderre, Walter J.B. van Heuven & Kathy Conklin (University of Nottingham) - video conference: Automaticity and Speed of Lexical Processing in the First and Second Language

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Mar 11 - No regular CLS Meeting (Spring Break)

Mar 18 - Michele Diaz (Duke University): The influence of novelty and context on hemispheric recruitment in processing metaphors

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Mar 25 - Jason Gullifer (Penn State, Psychology): The effect of syntactic constraints on parallel activation of words in the bilingual’s two languages 

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Apr 1 - Tim Poepsel & Dan Weiss (Penn State, Psychology): Keeping it in context: statistical learning, mutual exclusivity and the problem of learning words

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Apr 8 - Laurie Feldman (SUNY Albany): Morphological and form priming in L1 and L2: How do they differ?

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Apr 15 - Trace Poll (Penn State, CSD): Exploring the role of argumenthood in sentence processing

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Apr 22 - Yolanda Gordillo (Penn State, Spanish): What can Adpositions tell us about ‘Media Lengua’? 

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Apr 29 - Ricardo Otheguy (CUNY Graduate Center): Contact, leveling, and continuity in Spanish in New York

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All meetings will be held in 102 Chambers unless otherwise noted.

Aug 27 - Trace Poll and Roxana Botezatu (Penn State, CSD): Report on the 2010 Adele Miccio Travel Awards

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Sep 3 - Nola Stephens (Penn State, Linguistics): Give and take: The roles of givenness and pronominality in child dative constructions

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Sep 10 - Elina Mainela-Arnold (Penn State, CSD):In Pursuit of Explaining Individual Differences in Language Development

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Sep 17 - Judith Kroll (Penn State, Psychology): BAM! Bilingualism reveals the architecture and mechanisms for language processing (Plenary to be given at AMLaP 2010)

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*Sep 21 - Leibowitz Lecture: Susan Goldin-Meadow (University of Chicago, Psychology):How our hands help us think
Tue, Sep 21: 7:30 PM - Nittany Lion Inn Boardroom
*note: not a Center for Language Science talk

*Sep 22 - Daphne Bavelier (University of Rochester): Action Video Games as Exemplary Learning Tools
Wed, Sep 22: 4:00 PM - 108 Wartik Building
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Sep 24 - Viorica Marian (Northwestern University):Consequences of Bilingualism for Spoken Language Processing and Language Learning

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Oct 1 - Carol Miller (Penn State, CSD): Processing-based vs. knowledge-based language measures:  What’s the difference and does it matter?

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Oct 8 - Karen Miller (Penn State, Spanish): Input Variability and Acquisition

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Oct 22 - Juliana Peters (Penn State, Psychology): How language experience and immersion affect the relative dominance of a bilingual’s two languages and change language processing and its cognitive consequences

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Oct 29 - John Lipski (Penn State, Spanish): How language experience and immersion affect the relative dominance of a bilingual’s two languages and change language processing and its cognitive consequences

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Nov 5 - Alison Eisel (Penn State, German): Phonological Regularities of German Grammatical Gender: A Study of a Introductory Textbook

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Nov 12 - Ping Li (Penn State, Psychology): Dynamic interaction and competition in two languages: Cognitive mechanisms and neural correlates

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Nov 19 - Mike Putnam (Penn State, German): What’s in a √root? - Scalar properties of predicates in light of the projectionist vs. constructionist debate and their morpho-syntactic consequences

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Nov 26 - No Meeting (Thanksgiving)

Dec 3- Guillaume Thierry (ESRC Centre for Research on Bilingualism; Bangor U., Wales): Cognitive Neurobilingualism: A window into the workings of the human mind

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Dec 10 - Brenda Rapp (Johns Hopkins): Understanding the literate brain: The convergence of behavioral and neural investigations

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All meetings will be held in 453 Moore unless otherwise noted.

Jan 15 - CLS faculty (Penn State): Overview of Dual-Title Degree

Jan 22 - Bill Levine (University of Arkansas): Production and processing of restrictive relative clauses in pragmatically-appropriate context

Jan 29 - Jorge Valdes Kroff (Penn State): Visual World Redux: Taking a new look at auditory comprehension and Spanish-English bilinguals

Feb 5 - Florian Jaeger (University of Rochester): An Information Theoretic Perspective on Language Production

Feb 12 - Erin Tavano (USC): Processing scalar implicature

Feb 19 - (236 Chambers) Nicole Wicha (the University of San Antonio, Texas): Prediction and processing of gender-marked words in monolingual and bilingual sentences

Mar 5 - (201 Chambers) Daniel Adrover-Roig (University of Montreal):The impact of language learning on cognitive reserve

Mar 12 - No CLS : Spring Break

Mar 19 - Richard Page (Penn State): How did German get a crazy gender assignment rule?

Mar 26 - (101 Chambers) Bruce Tomblin (University of Iowa):Genetics of Developmental Language Impairment: Pathways to Cognitive Systems for Language

Apr 2 - Eleonora Rossi (Penn State): Combining evidence for a cognitive-linguistic approach to language. Data from aphasia and second language processing

Apr 9 - (236 Chamberse) Gillian Sankoff (University of Pennsylvania): Language transmission and language change across the life cycle

Apr 16 - Carrie Jackson (Penn State): The acoustics of syntactic disambiguation in second language German and English

Apr 23 - Cari Bogulski (Penn State): Vocabulary acquisition and inhibitory control: A paradox of bilingualism or two sides of the same coin?

May 7 - Heidi Lorimor (Bucknell University): What drives agreement

All meetings will be held in 453 Moore unless otherwise noted.

Aug 28 - Chip Gerfen (Penn State) - Evidence for inhibition in native language production during immersion in the second language

Sept 4 - No Meeting - Labor Day weekend

Sept 11 - Eleonora Rossi (Penn State) - The time course of clitic pronouns processing: Revisiting an ERP study

Sept 18 - Roxana Botezatu (Penn State)Noun Phrase Number and Gender Agreement in Spanish-English Bilingual Preschoolers

Sept 25 - Maria Cruz Martin (University of Granada): Inhibitory processes in bilingual language processing: Time course of inhibition and electrophysiological correlates

Oct 2 (Moore 254)- Keith Nelson (Penn State) - The Language Acquisition Rollercoaster: Observations From Diverse Methodologies and Learner Groups on Why Children Sometimes Slow Down and Sometimes Speed Along in Acquisition

Oct 9 - Arthur Wendorf (Penn State) - Fluency, Speech Rate and Oral Exams

Oct 16 - Rena Torres Cacoullos (Penn State) - Yo and I in New Mexico: Accounting for variation in evaluating convergence via code-switching

Oct 23 - Trace Poll (Penn State) - Precursors to Specific Language Impairment: Late and Typical Language Emergence

Oct 30 - John M. Lipski (Penn State) - "Re-mixing a mixed language: the emergence of a new pronominal system in Chabacano (Philippine Creole Spanish)"

Nov 6 - Giuli Dussias (Penn State) - Usage frequencies of complement-taking verbs in Spanish and English: Data from Spanish monolinguals and Spanish-English L2 speakers

Nov 13 - David Counselman (Penn State) - Perception or Production? Improving Students’ Spanish Pronunciation in the L2 Classroom

Nov 20 - Evelyn Duran Urrea (Penn State) - The syntax and prosody of code-switching in New Mexican Spanish-English Discourse

Nov 27 - No Meeting - Thanksgiving

Dec 4 - Janet Van Hell (Penn State & Radboud University) - Cross-language interaction and transfer is sign-speech bilinguals

Dec 11 - Jing Yang (HKU): The role of phonological working memory in Chinese reading development: Behavioral and fMRI evidence

Jan 15 - Karen Emmorey (SDSU) - The Psycholinguistic and Neural Consequences of Bimodal Bilingualism

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Jan 23 - Dan Weiss (Penn State) - Statistical Learning and the Curse of Dimensionality

Jan 30 - Susan Strauss (Penn State) - From vision to experience to cognition: A discourse-analytic study of the Korean verb pota 'to see' -- [work in progress]

Feb 6 - Anna Engels (Penn State) - Some SLIC Stuff: Nuts and Bolts and Strong Magnetic Fields

Feb 13 - Jon-Fan Hu (Penn State) - Labels can override perceptual categories in early infancy: experimental and simulation studies

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Feb 20 - Jorge Valdes (Penn State) - Language-internal and Language-external processes in the formation of spatial prepositions in Papiamentu

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Feb 27 - David Counselman (Penn State) - Improving the Efficiency of Pronunciation Training in the L2 Classroom

March 20 - Carrie Jackson (Penn State) - Does the L1 make a difference in how learners process L2 sentences?

March 27 - Swathi Kiran (Boston University)- Bilingual Aphasia: Neural substrates, Cognitive Control and Rehabilitation

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April 3 - Eleonora Rossi (Penn State) - The processing of clitic pronouns in L1 Spanish and L1 English L2 learners of Spanish

April 10 - K. Allen Davis (Penn State)

April 17 - Pierluigi Cuzzolin (University of Bergamo and Penn State) - My dad's stronger than your dad, or, how languages make comparisons

April 24 - Arturo Hernandez (U of Houston) - Age of acquisition, language proficiency and the bilingual brain

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Nadine Martin (Temple U) - Temporal components of language processing: Implications for models of verbal STM, aphasia and treatment of language disorders.

May 1 - Rosa Guzzardo (Penn State) - Spanish-English code-switching at the auxiliary phrase: An eye-tracking study

Aug 29 - Jill Morford (University of New Mexico) - Cross-language activation in ASL-English bilinguals

Sept 12 - Matt Goldrick (Northwestern) - Non-discrete selection: Consequences for mono- and multilingual phonetic processing

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Sept 19 - Janet van Hell (Penn State & Nijmegen) - Lexical and syntactic processing in bilinguals at different L2 proficiency levels: ERP and behavioral evidence

Sept 26 - Ping Li (Penn State) - Lexical organization and representation in the bilingual brain

Oct 3 - Barbara Malt (Lehigh) - Cross-Linguistic Diversity and the Development of the Bilingual Lexicon

Oct 10 - Pilar Pinar (Penn State and Gallaudet) - The phonological enemy effect in deaf learners of Spanish as an L3

Oct 17 - Brian MacWhinney (Carnegie Mellon University)A Unified Model for First and Second Language Acquisition: An Alternative to Critical Periods

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Oct 31 - Inés Antón-Méndez (Utrecht) - Second language speakers and the art of turning thoughts into sentences.

Nov 7 - Taomei Guo (Penn State) - An electrophysiological investigation of reading words in a second language

Nov 19 – Marianne Gullberg (MPI Nijmegen) - The development of verb meaning in first and second language acquisition: Talking and gesturing about placement

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Nov 20 - Margaret Deuchar (Bangor) - Overcoming incommensurability in theories of code-switching

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Nov 21 - Eleanora Rossi (Penn State) - Clitic production in italian agrammatism

Dec 5 - Marijt Witteman (Nijmegen) - Lexical and contextual factors in code-switching. A behavioral and (neuro)cognitive study

Dec10 – Laurie Stowe (Groningen) - Long Distance Dependencies: Beyond WH-Movement

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Dec 12 - Maya Misra (Penn State) - Electrophysiological evidence for complex interactions between orthography and phonology during reading

Jan 25 - Chip Gerfen (Penn State, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese) - One language, two phonologies: a first look at processing in Andalusian Spanish

Feb 8 - Jason Gullifer (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) - Processing Reverse Sluicing: A contrast with processing filler-gap dependencies

Feb 15 - David Rosenbaum (Penn State University, Psychology) - Action planning and language planning

Feb 21 - Ping Li (Penn State) - Lexicon as a Dynamical System - Neural and Computational Mechanisms

Feb 22 - Carrie Jackson (Penn State University, German and Linguistics) - The processing of wh-questions in Dutch-English bilinguals

March 7 - Anat Prior (Carnegie Mellon University) - The bilingual advantage in executive control: Beyond spatial attention.

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March 17 - Kathy Midgley (Tufts and Université d'Aix-Marseille) - Masked Repetition and Translation Priming in Second Language Learners: A Window on the Time-Course of Form and Meaning Activation using ERPs

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March 21 - Helena Ruf (University of Wisconsin-Madison) - Syntactic priming of word order among native and non-native speakers of German

March 24 - Laurence Leonard (Purdue University) - Variability in the Use of Tense and Agreement Morphology by Children with Specific Language Impairment: A Crosslinguistic Perspective.

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March 28 - Philip Baldi (Penn State University, Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies) - What do historical linguists do and how is it relevant to cognitive linguistics?

April 4 - Richard Page (Penn State University, German and Linguistics) - The gender of English loanwords in Pennsylvania German

April 7 - Natasha Tokowicz (University of Pittsburgh) - Two is not better than one: The consequences of multiple translation equivalents for processing and learning

April 8 - Natasha Tokowicz (University of Pittsburgh) - Using hierarchical regression analyses in psycholinguistic investigations: A mini-tutorial

April 11 - Ann Bradlow (Northwestern University) - Bi-directional talker-listener adaptation in speech communication

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April 18 - Susan Bobb (Penn State University, Psychology) - The Processing of Grammatical Gender in Simple German Nouns by Second Language Learners

April 25 - Giuli Dussias (Penn State University, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese) - Grammatical gender is processing Spanish-English code-switches: A visual world study

May 2 - Taomei Guo (Penn State University, Psychology) - Processing noun plurality in sentences using ERPs

Sept 7 - Aaron Mitchel (Penn State) - Resolving competition in statistical learning

Sept 14 - Carol Hammer (Penn State) - Early Language and Literacy Development of Bilingual Preschoolers

Sept 21 - Jared Linck (Penn State) - The role of inhibition in bilingual language production: an investigation of cross-language retrieval induced forgetting

Sept 28 - Carrie Jackson (Penn State) - Proficiency level and the interaction of lexical and morphosyntactic information during L2 sentence processing

Oct 5 - Lisa Goffman (Purdue) - Motor and language influences on normal and disordered speech production in children

Oct 12 - Giuli Dussias (Penn State) - Using the visual world to study codeswitching

Nov 2 - Gerrit Jan Kootstra (Radboud) - Exploring cogntive aspects of codeswitching: an experimental approach.

Nov 9 - Xu Xu - The representaton of mental verbs

Nov 30 - Elina Mainela-Arnold (Penn State) - Cognitive Control in Children with SLI

Dec 4th - Dr. Janet van Hell (Penn State & Nijmegen) - The Neurocognition of Codeswitching: Evidence from Event-related Brain Potentials

Dec 6th - John Trueswell (UPenn) - The allocation of visual-spatial attention during event perception,event labeling and verb learning

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Dec 14 - Jared Linck (Penn State) - Experimental design on a dime: A tutorial on two programs for matching stimuli and creating stimulus lists for an experiment.

Jan 26 - Susan Bobb (Penn State) - Morphology in bilingual language processing

Feb 9 - Ana de Prada (Penn State) - Focused Polarity in Three Varieties of Spanish

Feb 16 - Mike Shelton (Penn State) - Proscriptions…gaps…and something in between: An experimental examination of Spanish phonotactics

Feb 23 - Matthew Carlson (Penn State) - Sensitivity to subtle probabilistic variation in Spanish phonology in adult second language learners

March 02 - Rosa Sánchez-Casas (Facultat de Ciències de l´Educació i Psicologia-Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain) - The influence of language dominance, form overlap, and level of competence in L2, in the representation of cognate words in the bilingual lexicon

March 09 - Maya Misra (Penn State) - Tutorial on using ERPs to study language

March 23 - Anton Rytting (Ohio State) - Modeling word segmentation without assuming phonemic certainty

March 30 - Verónica González (Penn State) - Clitic Climbing Revisited

April 06 - Eva-Maria Suárez Budenbender (Penn State) - Accounting for opacity in a colloquial variety of German: The role of dialectal influence

April 20 - Taomei Guo (Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning, Beijing Normal University, China) - The temporal course of lexical access in speaking words in L1 and L2: Evidence from ERP studies with Chinese-English bilinguals

April 27 - Jared Linck (Penn State) - A cognitive approach to understanding bilingual language control