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Fall 2010

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

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

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

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

*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 

*note: not a Center for Language Science talk

Sep 24 - Viorica Marian (Northwestern University):Consequences of Bilingualism for Spoken Language Processing and Language Learning

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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