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Confs: Syntax/Semantics/Psycholinguistics, HUMIT 2001

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Message 1: HUMIT 2001: MIT-Harvard Student Conference on Language Research, Syntax/Semantics/Psycholinguistics

Date: Sun, 02 Sep 2001 21:27:09 -0400
From: humit-01 <humit-01MIT.EDU>
Subject: HUMIT 2001: MIT-Harvard Student Conference on Language Research, Syntax/Semantics/Psycholinguistics

HUMIT 2001: MIT-Harvard Student Conference on Language Research.

PROGRAM

September 08, 2001 (Saturday),
MIT - 4-237

8:45-8:55 	REGISTRATION
8:55-9:00 	Opening remarks

SYNTAX

9:00-9:30	Shinichiro Ishihara - MIT
		Missing Links: Cleft, Sluicing, and "No da" Construction in Japanese

9:30-10:00	Yoshio Otake - Harvard University/Shinshu University)
		Semantics and Functions of the It is that-Construction and the Japanese No
da-

10:00-10:30 	Bosook Kang - University of Connecticut
		Korean Clefts and Their Consequences for Locality Construction

10:30-11:00	Laura Dominguez - Boston University
		Analyzing Unambiguous Narrow Focus in Catalan

11:00-11:15	BREAK

11:15 -12:45 	INVITED TALK BY PROF. JAY JASANOFF - HARVARD UNIVERSITY
		REDUPLICATION IN GERMANIC

12:45-2:45	LUNCH

PSYCHOLINGUISTICS

2:45- 3:15 	Douglas L. T. Rohde - Carnegie Mellon University
		A Connectionist Model of Sentence Comprehension and Production

3:15-3:45	Adam Szczegielniak,
		Xavier Alario,
		Alfonso Caramazza - Harvard University
		Agrammatic Comprehension: The Case of WB

3:45-4:00	BREAK

4:00-5:30	INVITED TALK BY PROF. LILA GLEITMAN - UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
		TITLE TBA

6:30 on:	DINNER PARTY,
		LOCATION TBA


September 09, 2001 (Sunday)
Harvard University, Fong Auditorium, Boylston Hall


9:30- 11:00	INVITED TALK BY PROF. MORRIS HALLE - MIT
		TITLE TBA

11:00-11:15 	BREAK

PSYCHOLINGUISTICS

11:15-11:45	Edson Miyamoto - Nara Institute of Science and Technology
		Soichi Takahashi - MIT
		Antecedent reactivation in the processing of scrambling in Japanese

11:45-12:15	Florian Wolf - MIT
		The influence of coherence relations on processing pronouns

12:15-2:15 	LUNCH
		Invited Speakers and Student Presenters sponsored by the MIT Department of
Brain and 			Cognitive Sciences
SYNTAX

2:15-2:45 	Minjoo Kim - University of Massachusetts-Amherst
		Does Korean have adjectives?

2:45-3:15 	Klaus Abels - University of Connecticut
		On an Alleged Argument for the Proper Binding Condition

3:15-3:45	Hironobu Kasai - University of California, Irvine
		Adjunction to NPs: Evidence from Split Antecedents in Japanese

3:45-4:00 	BREAK

SEMANTICS/SYNTAX

4:00-4:30	Mariana Lambova - University of Connecticut
		Head movement is syntactic: Evidence from Bulgarian

4:30-5:00 	Ji-yung Kim - University of Massachusetts-Amherst
		Adjectives in Construct

5:00-5:30	Hanjung Lee - University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
		Cross-linguistic Variation in argument expression and intralinguistic
freezing effects

5:30-5:40	CLOSING REMARKS
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