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Fri Jan 22 2010

Confs: Cognitive Sci, Comp Ling, Psycholing/Germany

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        1.    Sam Featherston, Linguistic Evidence 2010

Message 1: Linguistic Evidence 2010
Date: 21-Jan-2010
From: Sam Featherston <LingEvid2010uni-tuebingen.de>
Subject: Linguistic Evidence 2010
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Linguistic Evidence 2010
Short Title: LingEvid2010


Date: 11-Feb-2010 - 13-Feb-2010
Location: Tübingen, Germany
Contact: Sam Featherston
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.sfb833.uni-tuebingen.de/wb/pages/de/veranstaltungen/linguistic-evidence-2010.php

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Computational Linguistics; Psycholinguistics

Meeting Description:

Linguistic Evidence 2010:
Empirical, Theoretical, and Computational Perspectives
Tübingen, 11-13th February 2010

Invited Speakers:

Martin Hackl (MIT)
Lisa Matthewson (British Columbia)
Shravan Vasishth (Potsdam)
Pienie Zwitserlood (Münster)

Conference Programme:

Wednesday, the 10th of February

18.00 - 20.00
Registration and drinks in the foyer of the Neuphilologicum

19.00
Warming up (at Saints and Scholars)

Thursday, the 11th

8:00
Registration and coffee

9:00
Opening words

9:20
Invited talk: Shravan Vasishth (Potsdam) - Prediction and Integration in Sentence Comprehension

10:20
Kempson, Gregoromichelaki, Mills, Purver, Howes & Healey - On Dialogue Modelling, Language Processing Dynamics, and Linguistic Knowledge

10:55
Coffee break

11:20
Holler & Hartmann - Locative Inversion in English: Implications of a Rating Study

11:55
Nykiel - Preposition Omission under Sluicing: Supporting a Nonstructural Approach

12:30
Lunch break

14:00
Invited talk: Pienie Zwitserlood & Christian Dobel - Neural Correlates of Learning a Novel Vocabulary

15:00
Claus & Vozikaki - Interpreting Pronouns Referring to the Arguments of Experiencer/Stimulus Verbs: Reversed Antecedent Preferences for Causal and Consecutive Connectives

15.35
Coffee break

16:00
Kaup, Lüdtke & Steiner - Distinguishing between Word- and Sentence-based Simulation Effects in Language Comprehension

16:35
Healey, Howes & Purver - Does Structural Priming Occur in Ordinary Conversation?

17:10
Schwilling, Lidzba, Konietzko, Winkler & Krägeloh-Mann - Language Outcome in Patients with Lesion-induced Right Hemispheric Reorganization

17:45
Evening Poster Session with snacks and drinks

20.00
End of the poster session

Friday, the 12th

9:00
Opening announcements

9:05
Invited talk: Martin Hackl (MIT) – tba

10:05
Weskott, Hörnig, Kliegl & Fanselow - How to Cancel the Subject-first Preference in German

10:40
Coffee break

11:00
Hörnig, Weskott, Féry & Kliegl - Information Structure in Memory Protocols

11:35
Skopeteas & Fanselow - Focus and Free Word Order Across Languages: a Rating Experiment

12:10
de Andrade - The Clitic Climbing - Information Structure Connexion

12:45
Poster lunch and buffet

15:00
Special Session: Experimental Semantics

15:05
Cieschinger, Degen, Ebert & Schütze - Are Intermediate Scope Readings Dependent on Embedding Operators?

15:40
Bott & Schlotterbeck - Incremental Truth Value Judgments

16:15
Coffee break

16:40
Liu, Csipak, Eckardt, Radó & Sailer - Polarity in Context

17:15
Khan, Pearson & Snedeker - Does Plural Really Mean 'More than One'? An Experimental Investigation of Plural Interpretation as a Species of Scalar Implicature

17:50
Kukina & Claus - Is an Open Window the Same as an Opened One? Evidence that Adjectives and Adjectival Passives Differentially Affect Comprehension

18.25
End

19.00
Conference dinner in the Prinz Karl

Saturday, the 13th

9.00
Opening announcements

9:05
Invited talk: Lisa Matthewson (British Columbia) - Evidence about Evidentials: When Fieldwork meets Theory

10:05
Lin & Myers - Testing Universal Grammar in Artificial Phonological Grammar Learning

10:00
Coffee break

11:00
Müller, Keßelmeier, Roch, Strunk, Stadtfeld & Kiss - Creating a Feature Space for the Annotation of Preposition Senses in German

11:35
Schulte im Walde - A Second-order Co-occurrence Model for Selectional Preferences

12:10
Arppe & Divjak - Exemplars, Prototypes, or Both - What Evidence do Corpora Contain for the Representation of Linguistic Categories?

12.45
Closing remarks

Alternate talks:

Cyrino & Sousa - On the Syntax-prosody Interface: Evidence from Sentence Final Negation in Brazilian Portuguese

Grimm & Kagan - The Semantics of the Intensional Genitive in Russian

Please find the full conference program under the following url:

http://www.sfb833.uni-tuebingen.de/wb/pages/de/veranstaltungen/linguistic-evidence-2010/programme.php


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