Please click on author name(s) or poster title to view the corresponding abstract.
|Gerry T. M. Altmann & Yuki Kamide (University of York) There's more to this than meets the eye|
|Vered Argaman & Neal J. Pearlmutter (Northeastern University) Lexical semantics in sentence processing: The status of semantic category|
|Suzanne Belanger & Ron Smyth (University of Toronto) Resolving deep vs. surface anaphors: activation and suppression of linguistic form|
|Giulia Bencini (New York University), Kathryn Bock & Adele Goldberg (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) How abstract is grammar? Evidence from structural priming in language production|
|Moisιs Betancort & Manuel Carreiras (University of La Laguna) The empty category PRO: Processing what can't be seen|
|Ina Bornkessel (Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig ), Matthias Schlesewsky (University of Potsdam) & Angela D. Friederici (Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig ) Information structure licenses syntax: An ERP correlate of focus processing|
|Sarah Brown-Schmidt, M. Ellen Campana & Michael K. Tanenhaus (University of Rochester) Reference resolution in the wild: How addresses circumscribe referential domains in real time comprehension during interactive problem-solving|
|Ann Bunger & Michael Walsh Dickey (Northwestern University) Methods of assessing argument structure preferences: Sentence completion versus argument structure estimation|
|Timothy Desmet (Ghent University) & Edward Gibson (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Comprehension complexity and corpus frequencies in noun phrase conjunction|
|Victor S. Ferreira (University of California, San Diego) & Zenzi M. Griffin (Georgia Institute of Technology) Phonological influences on the selection of linguistic expressions|
|Steven Frisson (University of Antwerp), Martin J. Pickering (University of Edinburgh) & Brian McElree (New York University) Effects of local and global context on the interpretation of adjective-noun combinations|
|Susanne Gahl (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Douglas Roland & Daniel Jurafsky (University of Colorado, Boulder) A new resource and methodological considerations on verb subcategorization biases|
|Silvia Gennari & David Poeppel (University of Maryland) Representational complexity of verb meanings|
Brian McElree (New York University), Martin Pickering (University of Edinburgh), Matthew Traxler (University of South Carolina) & Steven Frisson (University of Antwerp) Enriched composition at the syntax-semantic interface
Matthew Traxler (University of South Carolina), Brian McElree (New York University), Rihana S. Williams (University of South Carolina) & Martin Pickering (University of Edinburgh) Context effects in coercion
Roger P.G. van Gompel (University of Dundee), Martin J. Pickering (University of Edinburgh) & Jamie Pearson (University of Dundee) Subcategorisation information in sentence processing: Readers ignore both lexically specific and category-general frequency information
Jennifer J. Venditti (University of Pennsylvania), Matthew Stone, Preetham Nanda & Paul Tepper (Rutgers University) Toward an account of accented pronoun interpretation in discourse context: Evidence from eye-tracking
Hiroko Yamashita (Rochester Institute of Technology), Franklin Chang (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) & Yuki Hirose (The University of Electro Communications, Tokyo ) Separating functions and positions: Evidence from structural priming in Japanese
Thursday, March 21: Poster Session 1
Friday, March 22: Poster Session 2
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