Program

Talks

Sunday, July 14th

Auditorium C, Angell Hall

8:30-9:00Registration, Coffee, & Refreshments
9:00-9:05Welcome & Opening Remarks (Jaeger)
9:05-9:50Gary Dell,
Psychology and Linguistics, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois
9:50-10:35Ann Bradlow,
Linguistics, Northwestern University
10:35-11:00Break for refreshments and discussion
11:00-11:45Molly Babel,
Linguistics, University of British Columbia
11:45-12:30Jerome Bellegarda,
Distinguished Research Scientist, Apple Inc.
12:30-14:30Poster session – light boxed lunch will be served in same room (for registered attendees only)
14:30-15:15Sheila Blumstein,
Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psych. Sciences, Brown University
15:15-16:00Florian Jaeger,
Brain and Cognitive Sciences, University of Rochester
16:00-16:25Break for refreshments and discussion
16:25-17:10Joan Bresnan,
Linguistics, Stanford University
17:10-17:50Moderated panel discussion with all invited speakers
17:50-18:00Closing remarks (Ferreira)
18:30For those interested in continuing discussion, we will convene in a pub to be announced

Posters

Authors Title Affiliations
Meghan Clayards, Eric Schreiber and Kris Onishi Shifting speech categorization implicitly: The role of speech and non-speech cues McGill University
Katharina Schuhmann Perceptual Learning in L1 English – L2 German listeners Stony Brook University
Rachel Ostrand, Marta Kutas, and Benjamin Bergen Speaker-Specific Adaptation in Speech Comprehension University of California, San Diego
Dena Krieger, Marieke van Heugten, and Elizabeth K. Johnson The development of toddlers’ ability to contend with regional accents University of Toronto
Vincent Porretta1, Antoine Tremblay2, and Patrick Bolger3 Auditory prelexical processing of foreign-accented speech University of Alberta1, Dalhousie University2, and University of Southern California3
Audrey Bürki, Ulrich H. Frauenfelder, François-Xavier Alario An orthographic influence on phonologically driven variability? The case of determiners University of Geneva
Nazia Siddiqui, Sara Oczak, and Elizabeth K. Johnson Multi-accent exposure affects speed of word recognition in young children University of Toronto
Xin Xie, Carol A. Fowler Listening with a foreign-accent: The ISIB effect in Mandarin speakers of English University of Connecticut
A. Hanulíková1, D. Davidson2, and M. Carreiras The effect of speaker’s identity on syntactic processing Freiburg University1 and Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language2
Alex Fine1, Thomas Farmer2, and Florian Jaeger1 Syntactic adaptation: converging on the statistics of the linguistic environment University of Rochester1 and University of Iowa2
Jeff Mielke1, Kuniko Nielsen2, and Lyra Magloughlin3 Phonetic imitation by neurotypicals and individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders North Carolina State University1, Oakland University2, and University of Ottawa3
Claire Moore-Cantwell Over- and Under- generalization in morphological learning UMass Amherst
Dave F. Kleinschmidt and T. Florian Jaeger Modeling adaptation to multiple speakers as (Bayesian) belief updating University of Rochester
Tuuli Morrill, Melissa Baese-Berk, Laura Dilley, Devin McAuley, Mark Pitt Variability in distal speech rate affects spoken word recognition Michigan State University
Mark Myslín Expectation adaptation for variability in clustering of syntactic structures University of California, San Diego
Angela Fink1, Gary Oppenheim2, and Matt Goldrick1 When is articulatory variation affected by variation in higher level cognitive processes? Northwestern University1 and University of California San Diego2
Jordana Heller and Matt Goldrick Grammatical constraints on phonological encoding in speech production: Comparing effects on lexical access and phonetic encoding Northwestern University