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Spring 2007

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