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Spring 2010

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