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OCT 8, 2013: 6:30 PM
Focus projection, prominence, and individual differences: Evidence from (lexical) processing Read more
OCT 1, 2013: 6:30 PM
A new look at clitics: Evidence from Slavic Read more
SEP 24, 2013: 6:30 PM
Nazik Dinçtopal-Deniz (The Graduate Center, CUNY), will give a talk entitled "Effects of constituent length on syntactic ambiguity resolution in Turkish: Evidence from reading and listening". Read more
SEP 17, 2013: 6:30 PM
The Factivity and Semantics of Presupposed Complements Read more
SEP 12, 2013: 4:15 PM
Do listeners perceive speech gestures: A critical examination of compensation for coarticulation. Read more
SEP 3, 2013: 6:30 PM
Semi-clefts and the syntax of predication and the 'object of' relation Read more
JUN 7, 2013: 9:30 AM
This is a seminar; the 5th of a 5-seminar event for spring 2013. Read more
MAY 17, 2013: 9:30 AM
The Institute conducts research on language, literacy, and bilingualism and their development and acquisition in urban societies. Read more
MAY 14, 2013: 6:30 PM
Verb meaning, restructuring, and the grammar of complement control. Read more
MAY 10, 2013: 2:00 PM
Exploring methods from other fields: A case study in how Educational Data Mining (EDM) has achieved population validity in the detection of student affect. Read more