The 29th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing is taking place in Gainsville, Florida, from March 3rd to 5th, hosted by the University of Florida.
Several members of our department are presenting posters:
Agatha Rodrigues (recent BA alumna), Raheleh Saryazdi (MA alumna, psychology), and Craig Chambers (faculty): "Like water off a duck’s back: How listeners react to and recover from referential infelicity."
Rebecca Tollan (Ph.D.) and Daphna Heller (faculty):
"Effects of definiteness and wh type on filler-gap dependency."
Meg Grant (faculty) and Sonia Michniewicz (BA) with colleague Jessica Rett (UCLA):
"Incremental interpretation in cases of individual/degree polysemy."
Kelly-Ann Blake (BA), Frederick Gietz (Ph.D.), and Meg Grant (faculty):
"Prediction and inhibition of syntactic structure: Evidence from either (of the)…or."
Robert Redford (undergraduate alumnus, psychology, UTM) and Craig Chambers (faculty):
"The good, the bad, and the ugly: Incremental interpretation of evaluative adjectives."