April 7, 2017

CUNY 2017 at MIT (March 29th to April 1st, 2017)

The 30th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing was held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology between March 29th and April 1st, 2017. There were two posters from our department:

Patrick Murphy (Ph.D.): Complement coercion in the Canadian English "be done NP" construction

Daphna Heller (faculty) and Danielle Moed (MA, 2014): On the Relation of Linguistic forms, Memory and Attention: the Case of Modification

And there was a poster from psychology at UTM:

Raheleh Saryazdi, Daniel DeSantis, Craig Chambers and Elizabeth Johnson: Investigating attributional models of disfluency processing with a YOYO paradigm: Younger and Older listeners’ reactions to Younger and Older talkers’ disfluencies

Here are some pictures from the conference, and of Boston.

Patrick Murphy (Ph.D.)

Raheleh Saryazdi & Craig Chambers (Psychology, UTM)

Foreground: Daphna Heller (faculty)
Statue in front of Bunker Hill Monument

Old State House

Acorn Street


Graffiti Alley (Cambridge)

Harvard Museum of Natural History

View of Downtown Boston (from Skywalk Observatory)

View of Back Bay and Boston Common (from Skywalk Observatory)

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