Day 2: November, 5

Venue

Timetable

 

Time

Talk
09:00 - 09:15

Morning coffee and croissants

09:15

Keynote Monique Flecken: Cross-linguistic influences in event cognition

10:15

Ercenur Ünal and Asli Ozyurek. Visual attention is guided by language-specific encoding of events not only in speech but also in gesture

10:45

Koichi Otaki, Manami Sato, Hajime Ono, Koji Sugisaki, Noriaki Yusa, Soana Kaitapu, Ana Heti Veikune, Peseti Vea, Yuko Otsuka and Masatoshi Koizumi. The Acquisition of Wh-questions in Tongan: A Comprehension and Eye-tracking Study

11:15 - 11:45

Coffee break

11:45

Gillen Martinez de la Hidalga, Adam Zawiszewski and Itziar laka. The Unaccusative Hypothesis in Basque: an ERP study

12:15

Clara Cohen. Cognitive representations of numerosity in Russian subject-verb agreement variation

12:45 - 14:15

Lunch break

14:15

Ashwini Vaidya and Eva Wittenberg. Practice makes perfect: Frequency of language-wide predicational strategy eases processing cost in Hindi light verb constructions

14:45

Tiziana Jäggi, Sayaka Sato, Pascal Mark Gygax and Christelle Gillioz. Grammatical constructions and their impact on the representation of future events: A crosslinguistic experiment

15:15

Shira Tal, Kenny Smith, Jennifer Culbertson, Eitan Grossman and Inbal Arnon. The impact of information structure on the emergence of differential object marking: an experimental study

15:45 - 16:15

Coffee break

16:15

Nicholas A. Lester, Balthasar Bickel, and Sabine Stoll. Speech rates distinguish nouns and verbs in adult and child speech: Evidence from Chintang

16:45

Keynote David Kemmerer: Action verbs across languages and brains: Some implications of semantic typology for cognitive neuroscience

17:45

Closing remarks / end