- February 28, 2014
- Craige Roberts, Department of Linguistics, The Ohio State University
- February 14, 2014
- Nathaniel Smith, Research Associate, Institute for Language, Cognition and Computation, University of Edinburgh
- December 5, 2013
- Jila Ghomeshi, Department of Linguistics, University of Manitoba, The Detachment Principle and the syntax of pragmatic particles
- November 22, 2013
- Elika Bergelson, Aslin Lab, Brain & Cognitive Sciences, University of Rochester
- November 19, 2013
- Don Kulick,Department of Comparative Human Development at the University of Chicago, Danes call People with Down syndrome 'mongol': politically incorrect language and ethical engagement
- November 8, 2013
- Scott Fraundorf, Jaeger Lab, Brain & Cognitive Science, University of Rochester
- October 31, 2013
- Eva‐Maria Roessler
Field Linguistics Talk Series
- October 25, 2013
- Scott Paauw, Department of Linguistics, University of Rochester,
Determining If A Language Underwent Prehistoric Creolization
- October 4, 2013
- Solveiga Armoskaite, Department of Linguistics, University of Rochester,
A Category Neurtral Simulative Plural: Evidence From Turkish
- September 20, 2013
- Jeffrey T. Runner, University of Rochester, Department of Linguistics,
Constraints of the Binding Theory: Evidence from Visual World Eye-Tracking
- May 14, 2013
- Nadine Borchardt, Humboldt University, Berlin,
Language documentation among the Bagyeli hunter-gatherers of Cameroon
- April 26, 2013
- Judith Tonhauser, Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics, The Ohio State University,
What's at issue? Exploring content in context
- April 11, 2013
- Laura Batterink, University of Oregon,
Implicit and explicit neural mechanisms supporting language processing
- February 22, 2013
- Maziar Toosarvandani, American Council of Learned Societies New Faculty Fellow Department of Linguistics and Philosophy,
Gapping is VP-ellipsis
- February 20, 2013
- Floris Roelofsen, Research Associate, Institute for Logic, Language, and Computation University of Amsterdam,
- February 8, 2013
- Scott Grimm, Postdoctoral Researcher Department of Translation and Language Sciences Pompeu Fabra University,
Grammatical Number and Individuation
- February 7, 2013
- Wallace Chafe and Marianne Mithun, Professors of Linguistics, Department of Linguistics, University of California, Santa Barbara,
The Phonology of Seneca
- February 4, 2013
- Kathryn Davidson, Postdoctoral Fellow, Linguistics Department, University of Connecticut,
Investigating the semantic/pragmatic interface through sign language structure: the case of scalar implicature
- January 18, 2013
- Scott AnderBois, Visiting Faculty Linguistics Department,
QUDs and at-issueness in Yucatec Maya attitude reports
- November 9, 2012
- Pauline Jacobson, Brown University,
The Short Answer: Implications for Direct Compositionality (and vice-versa)
- September 14, 2012
- Edward Vajda, Western Washington University,
The Ket language of Siberia
- June 7, 2012
- Sally Treloyn, University of Melbourne,
The Substance of Song
- April 9, 2012
- Klinton Bicknell, Department of Psychology, UC San Diego
- April 4, 2012
- Bozena Pajak, Department of Linguistics, UC San Diego
- March 30, 2012
- Emily Tucker Prud'hommeaux, Computer Science, Oregon Health & Science University
- March 28, 2012
- Scott Fraundort, Department of Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- February 17, 2012
- Sudha Arunachalam, Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences, Boston University,
Three challenges of verb learning, and how toddlers use linguistic context to meet them
- December 5, 2011
- Victor Kuperman, Department of Linguistics and Languages, McMaster University
- October 27, 2011
- Sarah Brown-Schmidt, Department of Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- October 13, 2011
- Chris Potts, Department of Linguistics, Stanford University
- October 4, 2011
- Meghan Sumner, Department of Linguistics, Stanford University
- May 12, 2011
- Cynthia Fisher, Psychology Department, University of Illinois
- May 9, 2011
- Herb Clark, Professor of Psychology, Stanford University
- April 21, 2011
- Doug Roland and Hongoak Yun, The University at Buffalo, Semantic Similarity, Predictability, and Models of Sentence Processing
- April 18, 2011
- Thomas Hörberg, Department of Linguistics, Stockholm University, Cue-based argument interpretation
- April 14, 2011
- Philip Hofmeister, University of California - San Diego, The encoding-retrieval relationship in sentence comprehension (and production)
- April 6, 2011
- Raphael Berthele, University of Bern
- March 31, 2011
- Ed Holsinger, Department of Linguistics, University of Southern California,
Meaning, Context and Representation
- March 29, 2011
- Jennifer M. Roche, Department of Psychology, University of Memphis,
Don't rush the navigator: Audience design in language production is hard to establish, but easier to maintain
- March 16, 2011
- Anuenue Kukona, Department of Psychology, University of Connecticut,
Anticipation, local coherences, and the self-organization of cognitive structure in sentence processing
- February 15, 2011
- Gerhard Jaeger, Department of Linguistics, University of Tuebingen,
Game Theoretic Pragmatics
- May 24, 2010
- Nicholas Altieri, Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University,
Uncovering the Mechanisms of Audiovisual Speech Perception: Architecture, Decision Rule, and Capacity
- April 21, 2010
- Frank Bechter,
Narrative Combinatorics: Roleshifting Versus "Aspect" in ASL Grammar
- April 19, 2010
- Jennifer Culbertson, Cognitive Science Department, Johns Hopkins University,
Learning biases and the emergence of typological universals of syntax
- April 14, 2010
- Noah H. Silbert, Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University,
Phonological information integration in speech perception
- April 12, 2010
- LouAnn Gerken, Professor of Psychology and Linguistics, University of Arizona,
Predicting and Explaining Babies
- March 15, 2010
- Sharon Goldwater, School of Informatics University of Edinburgh,
From sounds to words: Bayesian modeling of early language acquisition
- February 22, 2010
- Gary Dell, Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
Implicit learning in the language production system is revealed in speech errors
- January 20, 2010
- Jesse Snedeker, Department of Psychology, Harvard University, Fast, smart and out of control
- December 7, 2009
- Meghan Clayards, Centre for Research on Language Mind and Brain, McGill University,
The role of phonetic detail, auditory processing and language experience in the perception of assimilated speech
- October 19, 2009
- Stefan Frank, Postdoc, Institute for Language, Logic and Computation, University of Amsterdam,
The irrelevance of hierarchical structure to sentence processing
- September 14, 2009
- Chris Kennedy, Department of Linguistics, University of Chicago, The number of meanings of English number words
- June 26, 2009
- Oleg Kiselyov (FNMOC) and Chung-chieh Shan (Rutgers), Self-applicable probabilistic inference without interpretive overhead
- February 12, 2009
- Linda Smith, Indiana University, Big changes in object recognition between 18 and 24 months: Words, categories, and action
- February 20, 2009
- Hannah Rohde, Department of Linguistics, Northwestern University, Discourse-Driven Expectations in Sentence Processing
- April 8, 2009
- Matt Goldrick, Department of Linguistics, Northwestern University, The Phonetic Traces of Lexical Access
- April 15, 2009
- Tanya Kraljic, Center for Research in Language, UC San Diego, Learning a Talker's Speech
- June 4, 2009
- Amy Perfors, University of Adelaide, Learning to Learn, Simplicity, and Sources of Bias in Language Learning
- March 20, 2008
- Ray Jackendoff, Center for Cognitive Studies, Tufts University, The Parallel Architecture and its Role in Cognitive Science.
- April 9, 2008
- Dan Jurafsky, Linguistics, Stanford University, Inducing Meaning from Text
- April 18, 2008
- Suzanne Stevenson, Computer Science, University of Toronto, Bridging the Gap between Syntax and the Lexicon: Computational
Models of Acquiring Multiword Lexemes
- October 6, 2008
- Aravind Joshi, Computer Science, University of Pennsylvania, Towards Discourse Meaning: Complexity of Dependencies
at the Discourse Level and at the Sentence Level
- October 16, 2008
- Ash Asudeh, Institute of Cognitive Science & School of Linguistics and Language Studies,
Carleton University, Production of Ungrammatical Utterances: The Case of Resumptive Pronouns
- October 16, 2008
- Ida Toivonen, School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies,
Carleton University, The Phonetics of Phonological Quantity in Inari Saami
- November 11, 2008
- Claire Cardi, Cornell University, What Were They Thinking? Finding and Extracting Opinions in the News
- December 4, 2008
- Gary Lupyan, University of Pennsylvania, What do words do?
- December 4, 2007
- Hannele Nicholson, Linguistics, Cornell University, Disfluencies in Dialogue: Attention, Structure and Function
- September 25, 2007
- Shravan Vasishth, Linguistics, University of Potsdam, Determinants of parsing complexity: A computational and empirical investigation
- September 24, 2007
- Susan Garnsey, Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, The Event-Related Optical Signal (Eros): A New Neuroimaging Tool
for Language Processing Research
- May 14, 2007
- Lisa Pearl, Linguistics, University of Maryland
- May 2, 2007
- Michael Wagner, Linguistics, Cornell University, Encoding and Retrieving Syntax with Prosody
- April 26, 2007
- Frank Keller, HRC, University of Edinburgh, Probabilistic Models of Adaptation in Human Parsing
- April 18, 2007
- Roger Levy, Linguistics, UCSD, Expectations, locality, and competition in syntactic comprehension
- April 12, 2007
- Philip Hofmeister, Linguistics, Stanford University
- April 6, 2007
- Nick Cassimatis, Computer Science, RPI, A Cognitive Substrate for Human-Level Intelligence
- February 21, 2007
- Susanne Gahl, University of Chicago, Linguistic knowledge is probabilistic: Evidence from Pronunciation
- November 3, 2003
- Jenny Saffran, Department of Psychology, University of
Wisconsin Madison, Statistical Learning: What Goes In, and What Comes Out.
- May 28, 2003
- John Kingston, Department of
Linguistics, University of Massachusetts, From Ears to Categories: Intermediate Steps in Speech
- May 5, 2003
- Sheila Blumstein, Department of Cognitive and Linguistic
Sciences, Brown University, The Mapping of Sound Structure to the Lexicon: Evidence from Normal Subjects and
- March 19, 2003
- Elsi Kaiser, Department of Linguistics, University
of Pennsylvania, Interpreting and Anticipating Reference in Discourse.
- March 17, 2003
- Harlan Harris, Department of Linguistics, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, The Horror: Speech
Errors and Phonological Production Models.
- February 7, 2003
- Craige Roberts,
Department of Linguistics, Ohio State University, Relating Attention to Intention of Information
- January 31, 2003
- Craige Roberts,
Department of Linguistics, Ohio State University, Presupposition: The Interaction of Conventional and
- January 28, 2003
- Craige Roberts,
Department of Linguistics, Ohio State University, Information Structure in Discourse: A Basic Pragmatic
- September 25, 2002
- Gary Marcus, Department of Psychology, New York
University, Plasticity and Nativism: Towards a Resolution of an Apparent Paradox.
- June 18, 2002
- Mike Harm, Carnegie-Mellon University, How Do Readers Compute
Word Meanings? Insights From the Triangle Model.
- May 21, 2002
- Tom Bever, Department of Linguistics, University of
Arizona, What Language Processing Tells Us About Cognitive Science.
- May 20, 2002
- Tom Bever, Department of Linguistics, University of
Arizona, American Landscape Painting: Aesthetics, The Golden Mean and Depth Perception.
- April 29, 2002
- Michael Tarr, Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences, Brown
University, It's Pat - Sexing Faces Using Only Red and Green.
- April 22, 2002
- Ash Asudeh, Department of Linguistics, Stanford University,
- April 11, 2002
- Matt Dye, Centre for Deaf Studies, University of
Bristol, United Kingdom, To Sign or Not To Sign: Studies of Deaf Cognition in British Signers.
- April 1, 2002
- Gianluca Sorto, Department of Linguistics, University of
California at Los Angeles, Possessives in Context.
- March 28, 2002
- Franklin Chang, Department of Psychology,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Symbolically Speaking.
- March 25, 2002
- Duane Watson, Department of Brain & Cognitive Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Understanding
- March 4, 2002
- Jennifer Venditti, Department of Linguistics, Ohio State
University, Another Look at Accented Pronouns: Evidence from Eye-tracking.
- February 26, 2002
- Todd Haskell, Department of Psychology, University of Southern California, The Role of Distributional
Information in Speech Production: The Case of Subject-Verb Agreement.
- January 26, 2002
- Gary S. Dell, Beckman Institute, University of
Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Lexical Access and Serial Order in Language Production: A Test of Freuds Continuity
- November 7, 2001
- Maryellen McDonald, Department of Psychology,
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Constraint Satisfaction Processes in Language Production.
- October 31, 2001
- J. Kathryn Bock, Beckman Institute, University of
Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Clock Talk.
- April 25, 2001
- Paul Luce, Department of Psychology, State University of New York,
Buffalo, Understanding Spoken Words: Activation, Competition and Temporary Memory in Spoken Word Perception.
- April 2, 2001
- Paul Smolensky, Department of Cognitive Science, Johns
Hopkins University, Optimality in Linguistic Cognition.
- April 25, 2000
- Jennifer Arnold, Department of Psychology, University
of Pennsylvania, He vs. She: The Use of Gender in On-line Pronoun Comprehension.
- April 13, 2000
- Michael Walsh Dickey, Department of Linguistics,
Northwestern University, The Processing of Temporal Relations in Discourse.
- March 24, 2000
- Jason Eisner, Department of Computer Science, University of Rochester,
Doing OT in a Straitjacket.
- March 1, 2000
- Kenneth N. Wexler, Department of Brain
and Cognitive Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Very Early Parameter Setting in the Computational
System of Language, Varriablity in Development Across Languages, Maturation versus Learning, Impaired Development, and
the Potential for a Genetics of Language.
- January 17, 2000
- Kita Sotaro, Max Planck Institute for
Psycholinguistics, What Gesture Can Tell Us About the Process of Verbalization of Spatial Information.
- September 17, 1999
- David Poeppel, Department of Linguistics,
University of Maryland - College Park, Two Ideas About Timing in Hearing and Speech.
- May 3, 1999
- Bruce P. Hayes, Department of
Linguistics, University of California at Los Angeles, Burnt and Splang: Some Issues in Morphological Learning
- April 14, 1999
- Carlota S. Smith, Department of Linguistics,
University of Texas - Austin, The Navajo Prolongative and Lexical Structure.
- March 7, 1999
- Gert Webelhuth, Department of Linguistics, University of North
Carolina - Chapel Hill, Surface Cues for Pragmatic Inferences as Motivation for the Evolution of Surface
- February 25, 1999
- John W. Moore, Department of Linguistics, University of California at
San Diego, Judgment Types, Causatives, and S-Selection.
- February 23, 1999
- Harry van der Hulst, Department of Linguistics,
Leiden University, Modality-free Phonology.
- December 18, 1998
- Bryan Gick, Haskins Laboratories, University of Connecticut,
Articulatory Correlates of Ambisyllabicity in English Glides and Liquids.
- September 19, 1997
- Jason Stanley, Department of Philosophy, Cornell
University, Necessity, A Priority, and What Is Said.
- April 25, 1997
- Sarah (Sally) Thomason, Program in Linguistics, University of Michigan, Contact-induced Language Change and
- April 22, 1997
- Ellen M. Kaisse, Department of Linguistics,
University of Washington, Glides, Vowels, and Ghost Consonants in Argentinian Spanish.
- March 28, 1997
- Myrna Schwartz, Moss Rehabilitation Research
Institute, When a Dog is a Cat and a Rug is a Fug: Picture Naming Errors in Aphasic and Non-aphasic Speakers.
- November 22, 1996
- Barbara J. Grosz, Department of Computer Science, Harvard
University, Modeling Collaboration for Human-computer Communication.
- October 30, 1996
- Peter W. Jusczyk, Department of Psychology, Johns Hopkins University, What Infants Remember About Utterances
- October 18, 1996
- Zoltan Szabo, Department of Philosophy, Cornell University, The What and Why of Compositionality.
- September 27, 1996
- Graham Katz, Graduiertenkollegs Integriertes
Linguistik-Studium, University of Tuebingen, States, Events, Time, Tense and Other Monsters.
- April 26, 1996
- Gary F. Marcus, Department of Psychology, University of
Massachusetts - Amherst, Symbols and Simple Recurrent Networks in Language and Cognition.
- April 19, 1996
- J. Kathryn Bock, Department of Psychology, University
of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign, Structural Repetition as Implicit Learning.
- March 29, 1996
- Dan Jurafsky, Department of Linguistics, University of
Colorado - Boulder, A Probabilistic Model of Lexical and Syntactic Access and Disambiguation.
- December 8, 1995
- Jennifer Saul, Department of
Philosophy, University of Sheffield, The Problem with Attitudes.
- November 17, 1995
- Mark E. Richard, Department of Philosophy, Tufts
University, Analysis, Synonymy, and Sense.
- September 15, 1995
- Yuki Kuroda, Department of Linguistics, University of California at San Diego, Theoretical Issues in
- May 26, 1995
- Gary S. Dell, Beckman Institute, University of
Illinois - Urbana-Champaign, The Past, Present and Future in Language Production.
- April 28, 1995
- Tim Stowell, Department
of Linguistics, University of California at Los Angeles, The Phrase Structure of Quantifier Scope.
- April 12, 1995
- David Dowty, Department of Linguistics, Ohio State
University, Birds, Bees, and Semantic Theory.
- March 3, 1995
- Itziar Laka, Department of Linguistics, University of Rochester, Case in Human Grammar.
- February 10, 1995
- Peter Lasersohn, Department of Linguistics, University
of Rochester, Verbal Plurality and Conjunction.
- February 3, 1995
- Kai von Fintel, Department of Linguistics,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, A Minimal Theory of Adverbial Quantification.
- December 16, 1994
- Chris Barker, Department of Psychology, University of Rochester,
Episodic -ee in English: An Argument That Thematic Relations Can Actively Constrain New Word Formation.
- December 9, 1994
- Kathy Eberhard, Department of Psychology, University of Rochester,
The Marked Effect of Number on the Production of Subject-verb Agreement.
- December 2, 1994
- David Braun, Department of Philosophy, University of
Rochester, The Many Meanings of Demonstratives.
- November 4, 1994
- Michael K. Tanenhaus, Department of Psychology, University
of Rochester, Using Eye-movements to Study Spoken Language Comprehension in Visual Contexts.
- October 25, 1994
- Greg Carlson, Department of Linguistics,
University of Rochester, What Are Thematic Roles?
- October 21, 1994
- James F. Allen, Department of Computer Science,
University of Rochester, The TRAINS Project.
- October 14, 1994
- Elissa L. Newport, Department of Psychology, University
of Rochester, Creolization and Some Thoughts About Learning.
- September 30, 1994
- Karen Petronio, Department of Psychology, University of
Rochester Wh-Questions and Related Constructions in ASL.
- September 23, 1994
- Whitney Tabor, Department of Psychology, University of
Rochester, Distributional Intimations of Grammatical Reclassification.