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You are here: Home / News & Events / CLS Speaker Series / Fall 2007 - Spring 2020 / Spring 2013

Spring 2013

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

March 8 - No CLS Meeting (Spring Break)


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

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

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

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

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

April 19 - No CLS Meeting


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