Schedule

(Eastern Standard Time, GMT -05:00)

SessionTimeTypeTitleAuthorsLinks
18:45TalkOpening RemarksJohn Trueswell
19:00TalkEvaluating "each"- (but not "every"-) sentences encourages encoding individual propertiesTyler Knowlton, Justin Halberda, Paul Pietroski and Jeffrey Lidz Abstract
Discussion
19:30TalkAre logical representations quantifier-specific? Evidence from priming for a non-quantifier-specific representation of scopeMieke Sarah Slim, Peter Lauwers and Robert J. Hartsuiker Abstract
Discussion
110:00TalkWhat primes what - An experimental framework to explore alternatives for Scalar ImplicaturesPaul Marty, Jacopo Romoli, Yasutada Sudo, Richard Breheny and Joe Cowan Abstract
Discussion
210:30Break
311:00Invited TalkDevelopmental plasticity and lateralization of function for languageElissa Newport Abstract
Discussion
311:45TalkAcquiring recursive structures through distributional learningDaoxin Li and Kathryn Schuler Abstract
Discussion
412:15Break
512:30Parallel Session Link to Thursday Parallel Session
614:30Break
715:00Invited TalkSecond-year syntax: Discovering DependenciesJeffrey Lidz Abstract
Discussion
715:45TalkEvidence of accurate logical reasoning in online sentence comprehensionMaksymillian Dabkowski and Roman Feiman Abstract
Discussion
816:15Break
916:45TalkSyntactic and semantic parallelism guides filler-gap processing in coordinationStephanie Rich and Matt Wagers Abstract
Discussion
917:15TalkThe laboratory discovered: Place-for-institution metonyms appearing in subject position are processed as agentsMatthew Lowder, Adrian Zhou and Peter Gordon Abstract
Discussion
917:45TalkSocial and communicative biases jointly influence grammatical choices in learningGareth Roberts and Masha Fedzechkina Abstract
Discussion

SessionTimeTypeTitleAuthorsLinks
19:00Parallel Session Link to Friday Morning Parallel Session
211:00Break
311:30Invited TalkBootstrapping the syntactic bootstrapperAnne Christophe Abstract
312:15TalkEnglish-learning preschoolers use negative sentences to constrain novel word meaningsAlex de Carvalho, Victor Gomes and John Trueswell Abstract
Discussion
412:45Break
513:00TalkSpeakers extrapolate community-level knowledge from individual linguistic encountersAnita Tobar, Hugh Rabagliati and Holly Branigan Abstract
Discussion
513:30TalkInterference in the comprehension of filler-gap and filler-resumptive dependenciesNiki Koesterich, Maayan Keshev, Daria Shamai and Aya Meltzer-Asscher Abstract
Discussion
514:00TalkManipulating difficulty at different levels of language production elicits distinct patterns of disfluencyAurélie Pistono and Robert Hartsuiker Abstract
Discussion
614:30Break
715:00Invited TalkDiscourse with few words: How infants form durable and expressible memories of objects and their namesLinda Smith and Hadar Raz Abstract
715:45TalkEnglish-learning children’s processing of salient phonetic distinctions varying in phonological relevance for word identityCarolyn Quam and Daniel Swingley Abstract
Discussion
816:15Break
916:45TalkA multifactorial approach to constituent orderingsZoey Liu Abstract
Discussion
917:15TalkThe dual nature of subjecthood: Unifying subject islands and that-trace effectsRebecca Tollan and Bilge Palaz Abstract
Discussion
917:45TalkDifferential impacts of linguistic alignment across caregiver-child dyads and levels of linguistic structureRuthe Foushee, Dan Byrne, Marisa Casillas and Susan Goldin-Meadow Abstract
Discussion
1018:15Break
1118:30Parallel Session (1 hr) Link to Friday Evening Parallel Session

SessionTimeTypeTitleAuthorsLinks
19:00TalkHow do people interpret implausible sentences?Zhenguang Cai, Nan Zhao and Martin Pickering Abstract
Discussion
19:30TalkNew neighbours make bad fences: Form-based semantic shifts in word learningDavid A. Haslett and Zhenguang G. Cai Abstract
Discussion
110:00TalkA random walk down the garden path: A new implementation of self-organized parsingGarrett Smith Abstract
Discussion
210:30Break
311:00Invited TalkLearning verb argument-structure: Syntax and statisticsCynthia Fisher Abstract
311:45TalkThree-year-olds' comprehension of contrastive and descriptive adjectives: Evidence for contrastive inferenceCatherine Davies, Jamie Lingwood, Bissera Ivanova and Sudha Arunachalam Abstract
Discussion
412:15Break
512:30Parallel Session Link to Saturday Parallel Session
Discussion
614:30Break
715:00Invited TalkNatural Language Processing has been overrun by large neural language models! What should we make of that?Christopher Manning Abstract
715:45TalkAnaphoric dependencies in the digital age: On the relation between emoji and textElsi Kaiser and Patrick Georg Grosz Abstract
Discussion
816:15Break
916:45TalkLanguage Production Under Uncertainty: Advance Planning and IncrementalityArella Gussow and Maryellen MacDonald Abstract
Discussion
917:15TalkNumber attraction in pronoun production: evidence for antecedent feature retrievalCassidy Wyatt, Margaret Kandel and Colin Phillips Abstract
Discussion
917:45TalkA computational model of reference production based on listener visual-search costsJulian Jara-Ettinger and Paula Rubio-Fernandez Abstract
Discussion