Day 1: November, 4

Venue

Timetable

 

Time Talk

08:30 - 08:55

Registration and welcome coffee / croissant

09:00

Introduction

09:15

Keynote Inbal Arnon: A cognitive advantage for Zipfian distributions? Language learning is facilitated in language-like efficiency

10:15

Noèlia Sanahuja and Kepa Erdocia. The impact of lexical co-activation through cognates on L2 rule learning

10:45 - 11:15

Coffee break

11.15

Fang Wang and Jennifer Culbertson. Cross-linguistic evidence for Cross-Category Harmony

11:45

Sergio López-Sancio, Idoia Ros and Itziar Laka. Antilocality effects in main clauses: Evidence from Basque

12:15

J Misersky, T Wu, K Slivac, P Hagoort and M Flecken. The State of the Onion: Language specific structures modulate object representation in event comprehension

12:45 - 14:00

Lunch break

14:00

Carmen Saldana, Yohei Oseki and Jennifer Culbertson. Do Cross-linguistic Patterns of Morpheme Order Reflect a Cognitive Bias? A Study of Case and Number Morphology

14:30

Jekaterina Mažara and Sabine Stoll. Use of Aspect During the Acquisition of Verb Morphology: From Item-Specificity to Proficiency

15:00

J Misersky, D Peeters and M Flecken. Moving through virtual space: Does grammar guide event perception?

15:30 - 16:00

Coffee break

16:00

Yasunori Morishima, Nozomi Naoi and Noriko Ito. Neurological Evidence of Differential Allocation of Cognitive Resources during Comprehension in a First Language and a Second Language

16:30

Shikha Bhattamishra and Kamal Kumar Choudhary. Interaction of case and animacy during agreement processing in Hindi: An ERP study

17:00

Shira Tal and Inbal Arnon. Redundant morphological marking benefits child learners

17:30 - 17:45

Coffee break

17:45

Keynote Michael Frank: Variability and Consistency in Early Language Learning: The Wordbank Project

18:45

leave for tibits

19:15

Workshop dinner at tibits