Check out the latest (virtually) at CUNY2021

Some exciting work from our lab will be presented at the 34th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing (hosted, virtually, at the University of Pennsylvania). The conference goes from Thursday, March 4 to Saturday, March and Registration is free!!

Here’s the line-up:

  • Jeonghwa ChoMeaning, but not grammatical features, is cross-linguistically mask-primed in sentential contexts. (#69, Friday Evening Parallel Session, Hour 1, Session 1, see abstract)
  • Tamarae HildebrandtThe Stability of Individual ERP Response Dominance Within and Across Conditions (#336, Saturday Parallel Session, Hour 2, Session 13, see abstract)

Be sure also to check out presentations from fellow Wolverines

  • Savi Namboodiripad, Felicia Bisnath, Alex Kramer, and colleagues:  Backgroundedness measures predict island status of non-finite adjuncts in English (#317, Thursday Parallel Session, Hour 1, Session 3; see abstract)
  • Emily Atkinson & Julie Boland: Regional constructions still need learned after adaptation (#302, Saturday Parallel Session, Hour 2, Session 10; see abstract)

We are looking forward to seeing you there!