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Fri Aug 17 2007

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        1.    Hiroko Yamashita, International Conference on Processing Head-final Structures


Message 1: International Conference on Processing Head-final Structures
Date: 17-Aug-2007
From: Hiroko Yamashita <hxygslrit.edu>
Subject: International Conference on Processing Head-final Structures
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International Conference on Processing Head-final Structures

Date: 21-Sep-2007 - 22-Sep-2007
Location: Rochester, New York, USA
Contact: Hiroko Yamashita
Contact Email: hxygslrit.edu
Meeting URL: http://www.rit.edu/~hfconf/

Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics

Meeting Description:

Studying the processing of head-final structures and making comparisons to that
of head-initial structures are critical for researchers to gain deeper insights
into how humans are able to process different types of information observed in
different types of languages. The current conference will promote dialogue and
interchange among scholars working on cutting-edge research on head-final
structures in a wide range of languages. Cross-linguistic findings from
languages with prominent head-final structures will be brought together and
compared, including the comparisons among head-final languages, and those with
head-initial languages such as English. The conference will deal with language
processing and production by a wide range of speakers - from adults to children,
as native speakers and as speakers of a foreign language. It will also be a
place for exchanging new methodologies, examining language-specific issues, and
helping to determine a research agenda for the next several years.

International Conference on Professor Head-final Structures

September 21-22, 2007, Golisano Auditorium, Rochester Institute of Technology

Registration: http://www.rit.edu/~hfconf/registration/

Friday, September 21st

9:05-9:45 Christoph Scheepers (University of Glasgow) ''A rational analysis of
verb-final sentence interpretation''

9:45-10:15 Leticia Pablos (University of Reading) ''Rich Agreement in Basque:
how fronted auxiliaries guide the initial parsing of sentences''

10:15-10:45 Masako Hirotani (Carleton Unviersity) and Angela D. Friederici (Max
Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences) ''On-line Use of
Prosodic Boundaries: ERP Evidence''

10:45-11:05 Coffee Break

11:05-11:35 Petra Augurzky (University of Stuttgart) and Matthias Schlesewsky,
(University of Marburg) ''Prosodic phrasing affects the incremental
interpretation of ambiguous NPs in head-final sentence processing - ERP evidence
from German''

11:35-12:15 Markus Bader (University of Konstanz) ''Being both head-initial and
head-final''

12:15-12:45 Chien-Jer Lin (National Taiwan Normal University) and Thomas G.
Bever (University of Arizona) ''Processing Head-final Relative Clauses without
Garden Paths''

12:45-2:45 Lunch break, Poster session

2:45-3:25 Shukhan Ng (CUNY Graduate Center) and Janet Dean Fodor (CUNY Graduate
Center) ''Use your headedness: An exercise in psycholinguistic exploitation''

3:25-3:55 Yowyu Brian Lin and Susan Garnsey (University of Illinois,
Urbana-Champaign) ''Plausibility and the resolution of temporary ambiguity in
relative clause comprehension in Mandarin''

3:55-4:25 Open discussion 1

4:25-4:45 Coffee Break

4:45-5:15 Noriko Iwasaki (University of California at Davis) ''Incremental
sentence production in Japanese: Observations from elicited speech errors in a
picture description task''

5:15-5:45 Jeong-Ah Shin and Kiel Christianson (University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign) ''Cross-linguistic syntactic influence in Korean-English
bilingual production''

5:45-6:15 Mikihiro Tanaka (Tohoku University/Japan Science Technology),Holly
Branigan (University of Edinburgh), and Martin Pickering (University of
Edinburgh) ''The representation of conceptual and syntactic information during
sentence production''

Saturday, September 22nd

9:00-9:30 Jieun Kiaer (University of Oxford), Holly Branigan (University of
Edinburgh) and Ruth Kempson (King's College London) ''Context Effects on Word
Order Acquisition: Structural Priming in Korean''

9:30-10:10 Babara Lust (Cornell University) ''Directionality in the
Architecture of the Language Faculty: Evidence from Language Acquisition.''

10:10-10:40 Adam Zawiszewski, Beatriz Fernández, and Itziar Laka (University of
the Basque Country) ''Native and non-native speakers process object-verb
agreement: an ERP study''

10:40-11:10 Open discussion 3

11:10-11:30 Coffee Break

11:30-12:00 Douglas Roland, Carolyn O'meara, Hongoak Yun, and Gail Mauner
(University at Buffalo) ''Discourse context and English object relative clauses''

12:00-12:30 Hiroko Morioka and Kirk Baker (The Ohio State Universty) ''Corpus
analysis of Verbal Noun predicates in Japanese''

12:30-1:00 Fuyun Wu and Elsi Kaiser, (University of Southern California)
''Subject Preference, Semantic Distance Hierarchy, and Syntactic/Lexical Cues:
Relative Clauses in Chinese Corpus''

1:00-2:10 Lunch break

2:10-2:40 Tadahisa Kondo (NTT Communication Science Laboratories) and Hiroko
Yamashita (Rochester Institute of Technology) ''Frequency of non-canonical
orders and the long before short tendency in Japanese : a corpus study''

2:40-3:25 Tutorials on corpus analysis: Florian Jaeger (University of
Rochester) ''Using spontaneous speech corpora to study language production''

3:25-3:45 Open discussion 4

3:45-4:10 Coffee Break

4:10-4:50 Shravan Vasishth, Unviersity of Potsdam ''Integration processes in
online sentence comprehension: A cross-linguistic and cross-methodological
investigation''

4:40-5:10 Sachiko Aoshima, American University ''Accurate application of grammar
in syntactic computation''

5:10-6:00 Open discussion 5
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