This year we had seven members from the CLS community who presented their work at the Linguistic Society of America (LSA) 2016 Annual Meeting that was held January 7-10 in Washington, DC:
Melinda Fricke: Perceiving vocal similarity in the AXB paradigm: A study in non-accommodation.
Evan Bradley (with Janet van Hell): Effects of musical ear training on lexical tone perception.
Miguel Ramos & Christopher Champi: Subject pronoun expression in Early Spanish: Evidence for linguistic continuity and change.
Lauren Perrotti: Diachronic constraints on the italian masculine article lo.
Lindsay Butler: The role of set size in the production and comprehension of optional number agreement.