Thursday - January 06, 2022
Session
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 1:30 pm - 3:15 pm
Where: TBD - Virtual Viewing Room
PCIBex Tutorial (100% Virtual)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. PCIBex Tutorial

    Authors:

    • Florian Schwarz (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Jeremy Zehr (University of Pennsylvania)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 1:30 pm - 3:15 pm
Where: TBD - Virtual Viewing Room
Scholarly Communication in Linguistics: Response Workshop and Poster Session (100% Virtual)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Scholarly Communication in Linguistics: Resource Workshop and Poster Session

    Authors:

    • Andrea Berez-Kroeker (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
    • Lauren B. Collister (University of Pittsburgh)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Towards best practices in public engagement by linguists: Responsibilities, strategies, ethics, and impact

    Authors:

    • Jeff Good (University at Buffalo)
    • Kristen Syrett (Rutgers University)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 3:15 pm - 4:45 pm
Where: Jefferson West
50 Years of Black Language Study in the Chocolate City (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. 50 Years of Black Language Study in the Chocolate City

    Authors:

    • Jessi Grieser (University of Tennessee)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 3:15 pm - 3:45 pm
Where: Columbia 5
How To LSA (Hybrid)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 3:15 pm - 12:00 pm
Where: 100% Virtual platform
Virtual Poster Session (100% Virtual)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Derived Environment Effects in Laoling Disyllabic Tone Sandhi

    Authors:

    • Yi Jen Chen (National Chengchi University)
    • Yuchau E. Hsiao (National Chengchi University)
  2. Alignment Contrast in Huiyang Hakka Falling Tones

    Authors:

    • Jingyi Chen (Ohio State University)
  3. Combined methods are informative: weak hand spread in Shanghai Sign Language

    Authors:

    • Shengyun Gu (University of Connecticut)
  4. Emergent mappings between form and word origin as morphological knowledge

    Authors:

    • Em Jessee (University of Michigan)
    • Diane Yu (University of Michigan)
    • Savithry Namboodiripad (University of Michigan)
  5. How do learners know attitude verbs select what in wh-in situ languages?

    Authors:

    • Yu'an Yang (University of Maryland)
    • Nick Huang (University of Maryland)
  6. Meh contributes VERUM: A study of biased questions in Colloquial Singapore English

    Authors:

    • Gregory Antono (University of Toronto)
  7. Evaluating Theories of Attachment Preference Computationally

    Authors:

    • Aniello De Santo (University of Utah)
    • So Young Lee (Miami University)
  8. A Hybrid Analysis of Chinese Right Dislocation

    Authors:

    • Jing Ji (McGill University)
  9. Phonotactics and allophony in visual lexical decision of Mandarin nonce syllables

    Authors:

    • Sheng-Fu Wang (Academia Sinica)
    • Yu-An Lu (National Chiao Tung University)
  10. What does it mean to be a “no sabo kid?”: Identifying sociolinguistic features on TikTok

    Authors:

    • Salvatore Callesano (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
  11. Insults and the construction of masculinity in the Disney/Pixar films

    Authors:

    • Carmen Fought (Pitzer College)
    • Karen Eisenhauer
  12. The Case of Fragment Answers

    Authors:

    • Jacob Kodner (University of California, Irvine)
  13. Children are more sensitive to the Recursive Set-Subset Ordering Restriction than to Adjective Ordering Restrictions

    Authors:

    • Adina Camelia Bleotu (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
    • Tom Roeper (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  14. Lexical polyfunctionality in discourse: A quantitative corpus-based approach

    Authors:

    • Daniel Hieber (University of Alberta)
  15. A bi-phasal analysis for the Mandarin Chinese nominal domain: evidence from modification and ellipsis

    Authors:

    • Qianqian REN (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
  16. On Discourse Licensing of Coindexed Pronouns in Slavic

    Authors:

    • Ivana Jovovic (University of Connecticut)
  17. The innovative suffix -lʌ in Korean: direct affix borrowing and morphological copy epenthesis

    Authors:

    • Ji Yea Kim (Stony Brook University)
  18. The prevalence of long passives in child Mandarin

    Authors:

    • Minqi Liu (University of California, Los Angeles)
  19. On the nature of the hybrid grammar of Creole formation: a case study of functional features

    Authors:

    • Yushi Sugimoto (University of Michigan)
    • Marlyse Baptista (University of Michigan)
  20. P-conflation in the English spray/load alternation

    Authors:

    • Michael Wilson (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  21. Relative Gradable Adjective Recursion is More Challenging for Acquisition than Possessive Recursion

    Authors:

    • Deborah Foucault (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
    • Adina Camelia Bleotu (University of Bucharest)
    • Usha Lakshmanan (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
    • Emma Merritt (Goethe University Frankfurt)
    • Roehl Sybing (Doshisha University)
    • Tom Roeper (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  22. Processing multiple ClassifierPs in Thai

    Authors:

    • Khanin Chaiphet (Stony Brook University)
  23. On the properties of expressivity and counter-expectation in the Japanese minimizer NPI kakera ‘piece’

    Authors:

    • Osamu Sawada (Kobe University)
  24. Remaking the Spanish Gender Binarity: Online attitudes towards gender pluralities

    Authors:

    • Sheryl Bernardo-Hinesley (Western Washington University)
    • Alba Arias Álvarez
  25. Diagnosing unaccusativity in Kawahíva

    Authors:

    • Wesley dos Santos (University of California, Berkeley)
  26. Top-down derivations: Flipping syntax on its head

    Authors:

    • Robert Frank (Yale University)
    • Hadas Kotek (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  27. “They edited out her nip nops”: Linguistic innovation as textual censorship avoidance on TikTok

    Authors:

    • Kendra Calhoun (University of California, Los Angeles)
    • Alexia Fawcett (University of California, Santa Barbara)
  28. Indeterminates in Comparatives as Free Choice Items

    Authors:

    • Kimiko Nakanishi (Ochanomizu University)
    • Ken Hiraiwa (Meiji Gakuin University)
  29. Sound change, paradigmatic relations and analogy produce suppletion in Catalan verbs

    Authors:

    • Matthew Juge (Texas State University - San Marcos)
  30. There is no Uniquely Optimal Sonority Hierarchy: A Phonotactic Investigation of 496 Languages Adopting 40 Sonority Hierarchies

    Authors:

    • Ruihua Yin (University of Queensland)
  31. Animacy Hierarchy and Case/Agreement in Okinawan

    Authors:

    • Ken Hiraiwa (Meiji Gakuin University)
  32. Native English listeners’ processing of pitch accent in the perception of English lexical stress

    Authors:

    • Fenqi Wang (University of Florida)
    • Ratree Wayland (University of Florida)
    • Kevin Tang (University of Florida)
  33. Some consonantal features of Dearborn English: Word-final /t/ glottalization and word-initial stop VOT

    Authors:

    • Iman Sheydaei Baghdadeh (University of Michigan)
  34. Less is Moro: Streamlining Jenks & Rose (2015)

    Authors:

    • Sam Zukoff (University of Leipzig)
  35. Context maintenance ability and QUD sensitivity in scalar implicature

    Authors:

    • Glenn Starr (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
  36. Sensitivity to formant differences in vowels in isolation vs. vowels in word contexts

    Authors:

    • Alyssa Strickler (University of Colorado at Boulder)
    • Rebecca Scarborough (University of Colorado at Boulder)
  37. Nominative infinitival subjects in Hungarian subject-control predicates: a PF-realization of PRO

    Authors:

    • Kevin Kwong (Cornell University)
  38. Where do we go from here? Faculty placement of deaf linguists in US PhD programs

    Authors:

    • Lynn Hou (University of California, Santa Barbara)
    • Julie Hochgesang (Gallaudet University)
    • Ryan Lepic (Gallaudet University)
    • Corrine Occhino (Syracuse University)
  39. Endangerment hotspot networks

    Authors:

    • Nala H. Lee (National University of Singapore)
    • Cynthia S.Q. Siew (National University of Singapore)
    • Nadine H.N. Ng (National University of Singapore)
  40. On dissociating adjunct island and subject island effects: syntactic vs. extrasyntactic approaches

    Authors:

    • Yushi Sugimoto (University of Michigan)
    • Andrew McInnerney (University of Michigan)
  41. Linguistic mechanisms behind Mandarin loanword adaptation: Two nasal adaptation processes

    Authors:

    • Ho-Hsin Huang (Michigan State University)
    • Yen-Hwei Lin (Michigan State University)
  42. The Affrication of word-initial /ʒ/ in French Native Speech

    Authors:

    • Delin Deng (University of Florida)
    • Fenqi Wang (University of Florida)
  43. Variation in Case licensing in five Malayic languages of Borneo

    Authors:

    • Carly J. Sommerlot (University of Texas at Arlington)
  44. Accentuation in Ancient Greek -es and -to derivatives: a cophonology model vs. a construction model

    Authors:

    • Junyu Ruan (Ohio State University)
  45. Pragmatic Variation in Implicit Comparison

    Authors:

    • Kimiko Nakanishi (Ochanomizu University)
  46. Re- Visiting Resultatives: Evidence for Non-uniformity

    Authors:

    • Michael Wilson (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
    • Tom Roeper (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  47. On some syntactic properties of psychological adverbs in Japanese

    Authors:

    • Kaori Miura (Kyushu Sangyou University)
  48. Crossed-Control in Indonesian: When Passivization Meets Functional Restructuring

    Authors:

    • Yosuke Sato (Tsuda College)
  49. Losing a subject, keeping an indirect object

    Authors:

    • Hiroaki Saito (University of Connecticut)
  50. The Properties of the -o clitic in Mandinka

    Authors:

    • Ari Goertzel (University of Connecticut)
  51. The position of focus adverbs in Italian and Portuguese child-directed speech

    Authors:

    • Martina Gerdts (University of Hamburg)
  52. The influence of working memory on syntactic choice in children and adults

    Authors:

    • Bhuvana Narasimhan (University of Colorado at Boulder)
    • Rebecca Lee (University of Colorado at Boulder)
    • Kathryn Conger (University of Colorado at Boulder)
    • Emily Reynolds (University of Colorado at Boulder)
    • Nadine Salvadore, Landon Helwig (University of Colorado at Boulder)
    • Rebekah Tozier, Sarah Adams (University of Colorado at Boulder)
  53. Pre-boundary lengthening’s interaction with surprisal and neighborhood density in Taiwan Southern Min

    Authors:

    • Sheng-Fu Wang (Academia Sinica)
  54. Extraction from definite, indefinite, and superlative NPs: An experimental approach

    Authors:

    • Zheng Shen (National University of Singapore)
    • Meghan Lim (National University of Singapore)
  55. Active Nature of Dependency Formation: The Processing of Tough-constructions

    Authors:

    • Jeongho Lew (Sungkyunkwan University)
    • Nayoun Kim (Sungkyunkwan University)
  56. Formant detail needed for modeling perception of familiar and unfamiliar dialects

    Authors:

    • Jonathan Jibson (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
  57. The Timing of Violations in Serial Derivations

    Authors:

    • Aaron Kaplan (University of Utah)
  58. Exploring Asian North American English: A YouTube Corpus-based Approach

    Authors:

    • Lauretta S. P. Cheng (University of Michigan)
    • Mathew A. Kramer (University of Michigan)
  59. Sporadic Inflectional Morphology in Louisiana Creole: the Verbal Suffix /-se/

    Authors:

    • Nathan Wendte (University of Virginia)
  60. The difficulty of definiteness: Interference effects of NP type in the processing of cleft sentences

    Authors:

    • Myung Hye Yoo (University of Delaware)
    • Satoshi Tomioka (University of Delaware)
    • Rebecca Tollan (University of Delaware)
  61. An effect of categorization on auditory/phonetic representation

    Authors:

    • Keith Johnson (University of California, Berkeley)
  62. Ergativity as a Natural Manifestation of the v > EA Base

    Authors:

    • Hiroyuki Tanaka (Kwansei Gakuin University)
  63. Two ways of marking focus in Sinhala: A study based on web resources

    Authors:

    • Shigeki Yoshida (University of Tokyo)
  64. Syntax of Reduplication and Negative-Polarity Items in Buli

    Authors:

    • Ken Hiraiwa (Meiji Gakuin University)
    • George Akanlig-Pare (University of Ghana)
  65. Moving towards more equitable relationships in research on small signing communities: a Caribbean meta-documentation

    Authors:

    • Kristian Ali (University of the West Indies at St. Augustine)
    • Ben Braithwaite (University of the West Indies at St. Augustine)
    • Ian Dhanoolal (University of the West Indies at St. Augustine)
  66. Glottalization and Tonal Contrasts in San Sebastián del Monte Mixtec Rearticulated Vowels

    Authors:

    • Jae Weller (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
    • Jeremy Steffman (Northwestern University)
    • Félix Cortés
    • Iara Mantenuto (California State University Dominguez Hills)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 3:15 pm - 4:45 pm
Where: Columbia 1&2
Syntax I (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Nominal licensing via dependent case: the view from Pseudo Noun Incorporation in Wolof

    Authors:

    • Suzana Fong (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  2. Can noun modifiers be stranded or extracted in Mandarin?

    Authors:

    • Fulang Chen (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  3. The syntax of adverbial clauses: a perspective from Mandarin unconditionals

    Authors:

    • Zhuo Chen (University of California, Los Angeles)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 3:15 pm - 4:45 pm
Where: Columbia 3&4
Phonology and Phonetics I (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Gradient vowel harmony in Sakha

    Authors:

    • May Pik Yu Chan (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Jianjing Kuang (University of Pennsylvania)
  2. Examining Word-Initial Clusters in Najdi Arabic Using Acoustic Measurements

    Authors:

    • Omar Alkhonini (Majmaah University)
    • Harim Kwon (George Mason University)
  3. Tonal and Rhythmic Factors in the Alignment of Speech and Co-Speech Gesture in Medʉmba

    Authors:

    • Kathryn Franich (University of Delaware)
    • Hermann Keupdjio (McGill University)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 3:15 pm - 4:45 pm
Where: Columbia 6
Semantics I (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Movement is Exhausting: Optional wh-fronting in Singlish is not free

    Authors:

    • Si Kai Lee (University of Connecticut)
  2. Tuvan '-daa' in Quantificational Noun Phrases: Existential or Universal?

    Authors:

    • Ian Kirby (Harvard University)
  3. FUNCTIONAL INDEFINITES: SKOLEMIZATION AS IMPLICIT POSSESSION

    Authors:

    • Zahra Mirrazi (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 3:15 pm - 4:45 pm
Where: Columbia 7
Sociolinguistics I (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Power and positionality: a case study of Linguistics’ relationship to Indigenous peoples

    Authors:

    • Mskwaankwad Rice (University of Minnesota)
  2. Context, precision, and indexicality: the socio-pragmatics of numeral expressions

    Authors:

    • Andrea Beltrama (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Stephanie Solt (Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft)
    • Heather Burnett (University of Paris 7, Denis Diderot)
  3. The maintenance of face via distancing in food assessments

    Authors:

    • Jonathon Coltz (Saarland University)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 3:15 pm - 3:45 pm
Where: Columbia 8
Mentoring and Professional Development (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Reimagining the Professionalization Seminar: (Re)Orienting to the Needs of Incoming Graduate Students

    Authors:

    • Kris Cook (Georgetown University)
    • Erin Fell (Georgetown University)
    • Alison Mackey (Georgetown University)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 3:45 pm - 5:15 pm
Where: Columbia 8
Hispanic Linguistics (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Clitic Pronouns and Parasitic Gaps in Spanish: Evidence for Composite A/A-bar Movement

    Authors:

    • Luis Miguel Toquero-Pérez (University of Southern California)
    • Colin Davis (University of Konstanz)
  2. The Effect of the Verb on Pronominal Expression: A Reanalysis

    Authors:

    • Rafael Orozco (Louisiana State University)
    • Johnny Orozco (Louisiana State University)
  3. Does morphology compensate for variable phonology? – A case study of Spanish subject pronoun use in the context of /s/ deletion

    Authors:

    • Daniel Erker (Boston University)
    • Natalie Swiacki (Boston University)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 3:45 pm - 5:45 pm
Where: Columbia 5
Psycholinguistics I (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Encoding Transfer Events: When the Source-Goal Asymmetry Meets the Thematic Hierarchy

    Authors:

    • Yiran Chen (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Anna Papafragou (University of Pennsylvania)
    • John Trueswell (University of Pennsylvania)
  2. Grammatical markers of temporal event structure interact with real-world event knowledge during event comprehension

    Authors:

    • Sarah Hye-yeon Lee (University of Southern California)
    • Elsi Kaiser (University of Southern California)
  3. Dependency length minimization does not affect acceptability of PP ordering in Hindi and English

    Authors:

    • Zoey Liu (Boston College)
    • Ria Upreti (University of Texas at Austin)
    • Mathew A. Kramer (University of Michigan)
    • Savithry Namboodiripad (University of Michigan)
  4. Evidence for the abstract mental representation of the variable progressive suffix ING

    Authors:

    • Yosiane White (University of Pennsylvania)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 4:45 pm - 6:15 pm
Where: Jefferson West
The Smithsonian Institution and the Field of American Linguistics (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. The Smithsonian Institution and the Field of American Linguistics

    Authors:

    • Brian D. Joseph (Ohio State University)
    • Marcin Kilarski (Adam Mickiewicz University)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 4:45 pm - 6:15 pm
Where: Columbia 3&4
Prosody (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. The role of focus position in boundary tone coordination in Korean, an edge-prominence language

    Authors:

    • Jiyoung Jang (University of California, Santa Barbara)
    • Argyro Katsika (University of California, Santa Barbara)
  2. Acoustic Cues to Downstep and Accessibility in Mainstream American English

    Authors:

    • Rachel Steindel Burdin (University of New Hampshire)
    • Jill C. Thorson (University of New Hampshire)
  3. What listeners can tell us about epistemic meaning and the LLL tune in American English

    Authors:

    • Thomas Sostarics (Northwestern University)
    • Jennifer Cole (Northwestern University)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 4:45 pm - 6:15 pm
Where: Columbia 1&2
Grammaticalization/Grammatical Variation (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Do-support in the northern Italian Camuno dialect

    Authors:

    • Nicola Swinburne (University of Oxford)
  2. The Emergence of Combinatorial Structure in Zinacantec Family Homesign

    Authors:

    • Austin German (University of Texas at Austin)
  3. Spanish past participle variation: A usage-based account of resistance and regularization

    Authors:

    • Kendra V. Dickinson (Ohio State University)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 4:45 pm - 6:15 pm
Where: Columbia 6
Semantics and Pragmatics I (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Accounting for variability in the truth-evaluation of bare epistemic possibility statements

    Authors:

    • Giuseppe Ricciardi (Harvard University)
    • Joshua Martin (Harvard University)
  2. Accommodating presuppositions cross-linguistically: an experimental investigation on English and Vietnamese

    Authors:

    • Alexander Göbel (McGill University)
    • Thuy Bui (Other)
  3. Depictive versus patterned iconicity and dual semantic representations

    Authors:

    • Kathryn Davidson (Harvard University)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 4:45 pm - 6:15 pm
Where: Columbia 7
Syntax II (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Adverbial clauses with and without operator movement

    Authors:

    • Ka-Fai Yip (Yale University)
    • Zhuo Chen (University of California, Los Angeles)
  2. Complex predicate approach to ECM constructions: evidence from topicalization and (pseudo-)clefting

    Authors:

    • Aliaksei Akimenka (University of Michigan)
  3. Bipartite syntax of negation in corrective "but" sentences

    Authors:

    • Danfeng Wu (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Where: Jefferson West
5-Minute Linguist Coaching Session (In-Person)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 5:15 pm - 6:15 pm
Where: Columbia 8
Phonology and Phonetics II (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. A probabilistic account of accentuation across Japanese lexical strata

    Authors:

    • Hironori Katsuda (University of California, Los Angeles)
  2. Glottal Stop Variation in Classical Arabic: OT-based Optionality Analysis

    Authors:

    • Mohammed Al-Ariqy (University of Utah)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: International Ballroom Center
Intro and ED Report, Welcome Plenary: Julie Hochgesang (Hybrid)
When: Thu, Jan 6 @ 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Where: International Ballroom Center
A Trilogy of Talking Black in America: The Mini-Series - 45 min. movie (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. A Trilogy of Talking Black in America

    Authors:

    • Walt Wolfram (North Carolina State University)
    • Marissa Morgan (North Carolina State University)
    • Reneé Blake (New York University)
    • Sharese King (University of Chicago)
    • Neal Hutcheson (North Carolina State University)
    • Danica Cullinan (North Carolina State University)
Friday - January 07, 2022
Session
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: Jefferson East
Small Teaching toward Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Linguistics (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Small Teaching toward Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Linguistics

    Authors:

    • Kazuko Hiramatsu (University of Michigan - Flint)
    • Michal Temkin Martinez (Boise State University)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: Jefferson West
Public Understanding of Linguistics (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Public Understanding of Linguistics

    Authors:

    • Laura Wagner (Ohio State University)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: Columbia 1&2
Semantics and Pragmatics II (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Focus-marking with emoji: Information structure and expressive meaning in the digital domain

    Authors:

    • Elsi Kaiser (University of Southern California)
  2. Is pragmatic (goal) information used in children’s computation of event culmination?

    Authors:

    • Ariel Mathis (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Anna Papafragou (University of Pennsylvania)
  3. Resolving ambiguity in speaker- and hearer-oriented body part emoji: Reference resolution beyond pronouns

    Authors:

    • Elsi Kaiser (University of Southern California)
    • Ramida Phoolsombat (University of Southern California)
    • Pritty Patel-Grosz (University of Oslo)
    • Patrick Georg Grosz (University of Oslo)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Where: Columbia 3&4
Critical Issues in Linguistics (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Taking action for positive change in faculty and student attitudes toward language variation

    Authors:

    • Carlos de Cuba (Kingsborough Community College of the City University of New York)
    • Poppy Slocum (LaGuardia Community College)
    • Laura Spinu (Kingsborough Community College of the City University of New York)
  2. The Open Letter: Responses and Recommendations

    Authors:

    • Itamar Kastner (University of Edinburgh)
    • Hadas Kotek (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    • Anonymous; Rikker Dockum (Swarthmore College)
    • Michael Dow (Université de Montréal)
    • Maria Esipova (University of Oslo); Caitlin M. Green (None)
    • Todd Snider (Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Where: Columbia 5
Prosody/Phonology and Syntax (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Successes and shortcomings of phonological accounts of Scandinavian Object Shift

    Authors:

    • Paulina Lyskawa (University of Tromsø)
    • Jade Sandstedt (University of Tromsø)
    • Eline Visser (University of Tromsø)
    • Nathan Young (Stockholm University)
    • Björn Lundquist (University of Tromsø)
  2. Avoiding phonological markedness via word ordering in French and Italian

    Authors:

    • Katherine Blake (Cornell University)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: Columbia 6
Bilingualism (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Simplified grammar in both languages? On scope assignment in Q-Neg sentences in English-dominant heritage Chinese speakers

    Authors:

    • Jennifer Shen (Duke University)
    • Yunchuan Chen (Duke University)
  2. Bilingualism as a catalyst for sound change: individual differences in f0 usage in the Kuy register contrast

    Authors:

    • Raksit Lau-Preechathammarach (University of California, Berkeley)
  3. Regressive Cross-Linguistic Influence in Multilingual Speech Rhythm: The Primacy of Typological Similarity

    Authors:

    • Megan M. Brown (Boston University)
    • Charles B. Chang (Boston University)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: Columbia 7
Phonetics I (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. The nonexistence of the plain bilabial trill phoneme

    Authors:

    • KENNETH S OLSON (SIL International)
  2. An investigation of the stop contrasts in Burmese

    Authors:

    • Grayson Ziegler (University of Delaware)
  3. “A mountain of tongues”: Complex onsets without c-centers in Georgian

    Authors:

    • Caroline Crouch (University of California, Santa Barbara)
    • Argyro Katsika (University of California, Santa Barbara)
    • Ioana Chitoran (University of Paris 7, Denis Diderot)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: Columbia 8
Phonology and Phonetics III (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Stress is only visible to intonation when a word is focused in Farasani Arabic

    Authors:

    • Abeer Abbas (University of California, Los Angeles)
    • Sun-Ah Jun (University of California, Los Angeles)
  2. Nuclear Tunes lost and found: Modeling intonational tunes in American English with labeled vs. unlabeled data

    Authors:

    • Jeremy Steffman (Northwestern University)
    • Lisa Cox (Northwestern University)
    • Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    • Jennifer Cole (Northwestern University)
  3. Assessing phonological control of parasagittal tongue shape in Japanese sibilants

    Authors:

    • Michael Stern (Yale University)
    • Jason Shaw (Yale University)
    • Shigeto Kawahara (Keio University)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 10:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: Columbia 5
Morphosyntax I (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Differential Object Marking in Western Armenian

    Authors:

    • Alexandros Kalomoiros (University of Pennsylvania)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Where: International Ballroom East and West
Friday Poster Session (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Indexicals in the roots of stative verbs and beyond

    Authors:

    • Ryan Walter Smith (University of Texas at El Paso)
    • Jianrong Yu (University of Arizona)
  2. CP complements of er-nominalisations in English

    Authors:

    • Matthew Tyler (University of Cambridge)
  3. Voicing effect on vowel duration in Spanish as a first, second, and heritage language

    Authors:

    • Ander Beristain (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
  4. Prosodic evidence for syntax in biased questions in Mandarin

    Authors:

    • Danfeng Wu (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    • Boer Fu (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  5. Mandarin discourse particle a as a speaker-oriented common ground manager of contradiction

    Authors:

    • Karen Li (Rutgers University)
    • Kristen Syrett (Rutgers University)
  6. Sociolinguistically-Aware Computational Models of Mandarin-English Codeswitching Using CART

    Authors:

    • Irene Yi (University of California, Berkeley)
  7. A truncation theory of finiteness

    Authors:

    • Deniz Satik (Harvard University)
  8. Syntactic priming of verb copying constructions in (non-)native Chinese speakers

    Authors:

    • Yaning Yan (Renmin University of China)
    • Jun Lyu (University of Southern California)
  9. Linguistic transfer, or there and back again: A chronological study of terminological meandering

    Authors:

    • Daniil M. Ozernyi (Northwestern University)
  10. Oral Proficiency Tests: Uses and Abuses of Linguistics

    Authors:

    • Edwin Everhart (University of Pittsburgh)
    • Julia Nagai (University of Tsukuba)
  11. Linguistic Training Improves Implicit Learning of Vowel Harmony

    Authors:

    • Amber Lubera (University of Arizona)
  12. D-linking and the effects of contextual set restriction

    Authors:

    • Yuki Seo (University of Delaware)
    • Rebecca Tollan (University of Delaware)
  13. An Experimental Investigation of the Deep Double-o Constraint in Japanese Causatives

    Authors:

    • Abbey List (Duke University)
    • Yunchuan Chen (Duke University)
  14. Deliberative Causatives as Hidden Anaphora

    Authors:

    • David J. Medeiros (California State University, Northridge)
  15. On the syntax and semantics of 'what'-exclamatives in Korean

    Authors:

    • Okgi Kim (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
  16. WH-Scope Marking: Cross-linguistic variation at the semantics-syntax interface

    Authors:

    • Carolyn Lutken (Johns Hopkins University)
    • Geraldine Legendre (Johns Hopkins University)
  17. The complexity of word order change in a heritage language setting: The strengthening of SOV in heritage Russian

    Authors:

    • Oksana Laleko (State University of New York at New Paltz)
  18. Processing Profile of Quantifiers in Verb Phrase Ellipsis: Evidence for Grammatical Economy

    Authors:

    • Wesley Orth (Northwestern University)
    • Masaya Yoshida (Northwestern University)
  19. Allocutive imposters in the form of referent honorification

    Authors:

    • Miok Pak (George Washington University)
  20. Black Aggression in the Wake of Pandemic Panic: Effects of Word Choice and Race on Speaker Judgments

    Authors:

    • Kendyll Cole (Carnegie Mellon University)
    • Bonnie Chan (Carnegie Mellon University)
    • Seth Wiener (Carnegie Mellon University)
  21. Transitivization, causative constructions, and the thematic licensing of external arguments

    Authors:

    • Hazel Mitchley (Rutgers University)
  22. Communicative Intention and the Lexicon: The Implications of Japanese V-V Compounds

    Authors:

    • Kazuhiko Fukushima (Kansai Gaidai University)
  23. Numeral Allomorphy of ‘One’ and ‘Two’ in Mandarin Chinese

    Authors:

    • Boer Fu (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    • Danfeng Wu (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  24. Implicit Proxy Agents of Long Passives in Turkish

    Authors:

    • Duygu Goksu (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  25. The processing of chunks in Chinese as a second language: A psycholinguistic approach

    Authors:

    • Xiaolong Lu (University of Arizona)
    • Jue Wang (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
  26. Investigating the distribution and functions in the family of ‘what’-signs in American Sign Language

    Authors:

    • Erin Wilkinson (University of New Mexico)
    • Ryan Lepic (Gallaudet University)
    • Lynn Hou (University of California, Santa Barbara)
  27. Siri, You’ve Changed! Acoustic Properties and Racialized Judgments of Voice Assistants

    Authors:

    • Nicole Holliday (University of Pennsylvania)
  28. Representational Differences in Rape Coverage in News Outlets

    Authors:

    • Britni Moore (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
  29. Investigating the Phonological Representations of Canadian Raising: Experimental Evidence from Gating and Cross-Splicing

    Authors:

    • Maggie Baird (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  30. An Articulatory Model for Annotating Non-manual Markers in Sign Languages

    Authors:

    • Ashley Kentner (Purdue University)
    • Serpil Karabuklu (Purdue University)
    • Ronnie B. Wilbur (Purdue University)
  31. Do languages differ in semantic transparency of derived words? Using word vectors to explore English and Russian

    Authors:

    • Martha Johnson (Ohio State University)
    • Andrea Sims (Ohio State University)
    • Micha Elsner (Ohio State University)
  32. A Potential Vowel Shift in Twi Harmony System: A Case of Urban Twi speakers

    Authors:

    • Felix Kpogo (Boston University)
  33. Demonstrative Shift and Proximal Markedness

    Authors:

    • Tess Monks (Harvard University)
    • Kathryn Davidson (Harvard University)
  34. The Malsia Madhe Dialect of Albanian

    Authors:

    • Lindon Dedvukaj (Oakland University)
  35. The effect of English experience on constituent order flexibility in Hindi-Urdu

    Authors:

    • Ria Upreti (University of Texas at Austin)
    • Savithry Namboodiripad (University of Michigan)
  36. Construction of Speaker Style through Stance Acts in Montenegrin Twitter Discourse

    Authors:

    • Joseph Patrick (University of Pittsburgh)
  37. Mankiyali Consonantal Phonology and the Development of Tone

    Authors:

    • Sadaf Munshi (University of North Texas)
    • Eric Englert (University of North Texas)
    • Javid Iqbal (University of North Texas)
  38. Vowel–glide distinction in high vocoid diphthong structures in Squliq Atayal: An ultrasound and acoustic study

    Authors:

    • Bo-Xuan Huang (National Taiwan University)
    • Chenhao Chiu (National Taiwan University)
  39. Simulating Meaning from Coordinate Structures: Evidence for Embodied Language Processing

    Authors:

    • Mai Al-Khatib (University of Minnesota)
  40. The Role of Semantics in Bilingual Lexical Processing

    Authors:

    • Iyad Ghanim (Kean University)
  41. Effects of PSAs and Pronoun Modeling on Memory and Production of Singular They

    Authors:

    • Bethany Gardner (Vanderbilt University)
    • Sarah Brown-Schmidt (Vanderbilt University)
  42. Ad Hoc Concepts and Figurative Language: The Contribution of Conceptual Metaphors

    Authors:

    • Dawson Petersen (University of South Carolina)
  43. Strawson Semantic Value: An explanation for the definite reading in ellipsis

    Authors:

    • Yusuke Yagi (University of Connecticut)
  44. Syntactic bootstrapping mental verbs and perception verbs with limited morphosyntactic cues

    Authors:

    • Daoxin Li (University of Pennsylvania)
  45. Phonetic realization and variation of consonant geminates in Sakha

    Authors:

    • Aini Li (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Jianjing Kuang (University of Pennsylvania)
  46. Double layer analysis of mediopassive in Tocharian B

    Authors:

    • Teigo Onishi (University of California, Los Angeles)
  47. Preference for right-edge high tone in expletive affixation in Cantonese adjectives

    Authors:

    • Alex Hong-Lun Yeung (Stony Brook University)
  48. Local Perceptions about English Language Variation: A Report from Los Angeles County

    Authors:

    • Laura Ruth-Hirrel (Hirrel) (California State University, Northridge)
    • Brandon Gauthier (California State University, Northridge)
    • Tara Lee (California State University, Northridge)
    • Shervin Nosrati (California State University, Northridge)
  49. A Linguistic Analysis of English Personal Names

    Authors:

    • Savannah Jane Williams (University of Georgia)
    • Margaret Renwick (University of Georgia)
  50. A First Look at Mankiyali Vocatives

    Authors:

    • Eric Englert (University of North Texas)
    • Sadaf Munshi (University of North Texas)
  51. Can you un-hear that?: Phonotactics and the lexicon in Spanish-English bilinguals’ perception of English words

    Authors:

    • Matthew T. Carlson (Pennsylvania State University)
    • Angelica Brill (Pennsylvania State University)
    • Emily Herman (Pennsylvania State University)
    • Anne J. Olmstead (Pennsylvania State University)
  52. Complementizer Agreement ≠ Clitic Doubling

    Authors:

    • Faruk Akkus (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  53. Language contact and give-causatives in Kurmanji Kurdish and Sason Arabic

    Authors:

    • Faruk Akkus (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
    • Songul Gundogdu
  54. Postsyntactic movement on the LF-side of Grammar: Quantifier Raising applies outside narrow syntax

    Authors:

    • Hedde Zeijlstra (Georg-August University Göttingen)
  55. Perceptions of Ethnolectal Variation in Montreal

    Authors:

    • Tracey Adams (University of Texas at Austin)
  56. Non-agreeing resumptive pronouns and partial Copy Deletion

    Authors:

    • Ka-Fai Yip (Yale University)
    • Comfort Ahenkorah (Yale University)
  57. Vowel Duration in Nomlaki: An Archival Examination

    Authors:

    • Anna Bjorklund (University of California, Berkeley)
  58. Maximizing Parallelism in the Processing of Gapping: Evidence from Argument Structure Mismatches

    Authors:

    • Jiayi Lu (Stanford University)
    • Nayoun Kim (Sungkyunkwan University)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Where: Virtual - Gather.town (details to be provided to registrants for this event)
Linguistics Career Mixer

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Linguistics Career Mixer

    Authors:

    • Laurel Sutton (University of California, Berkeley)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Where: International Ballroom Center
Plenary II: Michel DeGraff (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Inclusive Pathways and Broadening Participation for Native Americans in the Language Sciences

    Authors:

    • Wesley Y. Leonard (Miami Tribe of Oklahoma) (University of California, Riverside)
    • Colleen M. Fitzgerald (North Dakota State University)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Jefferson West
Suitcase Phonetics: Creating a Portable Phonetics Laboratory (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Suitcase Phonetics: Creating a Portable Phonetics Laboratory

    Authors:

    • Margaret Cychosz (University of Maryland)
    • Kathryn Franich (University of Delaware)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: TBD - Virtual Viewing Room
LCL - Careers for Linguists / Linguists for Careers (100% Virtual)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Careers for Linguists-Linguists for Careers

    Authors:

    • Nancy Frishberg (fishbird.com)
    • Emily Pace (Expert System USA)
    • Alexandra Johnston (Georgetown University)
    • Christopher Stewart (Google)
    • Laurel Sutton (Catchword Branding)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Where: Columbia 1&2
Socio-phonetics I (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Arguing against Northern Cities Shift Reversal: Counter-shifting in Michigan

    Authors:

    • Patrick Gehringer (Oakland University)
  2. Vowels can merge because of changes in trajectory: Prelaterals in rural Utah English

    Authors:

    • Joseph A. Stanley (Brigham Young University)
    • Lisa Morgan Johnson (Brigham Young University)
  3. What are 'social factors' in speech perception, anyway?

    Authors:

    • Emily Remirez (University of California, Berkeley)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Where: Columbia 3&4
Discourse Analysis I (Hybrid)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Where: Columbia 5
Syntax and Semantics (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Narrow Scoping Content Question Items in Shifty Contexts: A Case of Surprising Non-Quotation in Uyghur

    Authors:

    • Jack Isaac Rabinovitch (Harvard University)
  2. A scopal theory of pied-piping in relative clauses

    Authors:

    • Patrick Elliott (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  3. Subjacency effects on overt wh-movement in wh-in-situ languages: Evidence for nominal structure

    Authors:

    • Keunhyung Park (University of South Carolina)
    • Stanley Dubinsky (University of South Carolina)
  4. Gender on a noun cannot be licensed through agreement: On gender and scope in German

    Authors:

    • Luke Adamson (Harvard University)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Where: Columbia 6
Language Acquisition I (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. L1 vowel perceptual drift as a result of L2 vowel learning: L1 Japanese-L2 English bilinguals’ perception of high front vowels

    Authors:

    • Chikako Takahashi (Columbia University)
  2. The Development of Vowel Length as a Subphonemic Cue

    Authors:

    • Abigail Fergus (College of William and Mary)
    • Kaitlyn Harrigan (College of William and Mary)
    • Anya Hogoboom (College of William and Mary)
  3. Acquiring recursive structures through distributional learning

    Authors:

    • Daoxin Li (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Kathryn Schuler (University of Pennsylvania)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Where: Columbia 7
Semantics II (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Privatives across phases: disambiguating the sources of adnominal modification

    Authors:

    • Joshua Martin (Harvard University)
  2. Deriving a complex BIN through adverbial BIN complexes

    Authors:

    • Ayana Whitmal (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  3. Location, Location, Location: Anaphora selection in English locative prepositional phrases

    Authors:

    • Shannon Bryant (Harvard University)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Where: Columbia 8
Phonology I (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. A subsegmental analysis of contrastive laryngeal features in Yanesha’ (Arawakan)

    Authors:

    • Allegra Robertson (University of California, Berkeley)
  2. Triconsonantal Clusters in Qassimi Arabic

    Authors:

    • Ahmed Alnuqaydan (University of Utah)
  3. Progressive Nasalization in Paraguayan Guarani: Multiply Conditioned Spreading

    Authors:

    • Katherine Russell (University of California, Berkeley)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Columbia 1&2
Socio-phonetics II (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Medium shifting as a constraint on intraspeaker variation in virtual interviews

    Authors:

    • Isaac L. Bleaman (University of California, Berkeley)
    • Katie Cugno (San Francisco State University)
    • Annie Helms (University of California, Berkeley)
  2. Creak and low pitch as prosodic features for misery and pain

    Authors:

    • Peter Joseph Torres (University of California, Davis)
  3. Constructing and satirizing masculinity via ‘fizzy voice’ on Chinese social media

    Authors:

    • Yunbo Mei (National University of Singapore)
    • Rebecca Starr (National University of Singapore)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Columbia 3&4
Discourse Analysis II (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Constructed Speech as a Linguistic Indicator of Veracity in Truthful vs. Deceptive Online Hotel Reviews

    Authors:

    • Mark Visonà (2017 Linguistic Institute)
  2. Corpus discourse analysis: Bots in vaccination Twitter favor an anti-vax stance but with a moderate, not radical, voice

    Authors:

    • Robin Melnick (Pomona College)
    • Elyse Endlich (Pomona College)
    • Jack Weber (Pomona College)
    • Jay Chok (Other)
    • Michael Spezio (Other)
    • Hovig Tchalian (Other)
  3. Balancing the Epistemic and Agentive Self: YouTube Narratives of COVID-19 Diagnosis in South Korea

    Authors:

    • Jungyoon Koh (Georgetown University)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Where: Columbia 6
Language Acquisition II (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Are you asking me or telling me? Learning to identify questions in early speech to children

    Authors:

    • Yu'an Yang (University of Maryland)
    • Daniel Goodhue (University of Maryland)
    • Valentine Hacquard (University of Maryland)
    • Jeffrey Lidz (University of Maryland)
  2. Adults regularize unpredictable variation when variants resemble possible speech errors

    Authors:

    • Yiran Chen (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Aja Altenhof (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Annalise Kendrick (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Kathryn Schuler (University of Pennsylvania)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Columbia 7
Semantics III (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Classifier semantics in count and measure expressions

    Authors:

    • Mary Moroney (Cornell University)
  2. Two Classes of Hedge: modifying truth conditions vs. modifying interpretations

    Authors:

    • Gwendolyn Hildebrandt (University of Pennsylvania)
  3. Cyclicity, narrativity and Djambarrpuyŋu tense

    Authors:

    • Josh Phillips (Yale University)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Columbia 8
Phonology II (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Metathesis is late and fake

    Authors:

    • Madeline Gilbert (New York University)
    • Kate Mooney (New York University)
  2. Prevelar Raising in American English as Non-Derived Environment Blocking

    Authors:

    • Ivy Hauser (University of Texas at Arlington)
    • Mitchell Klein (Michigan State University)
  3. Automatic Categorization of Prosodic Contours in Bardi

    Authors:

    • Sarah Babinski (Yale University)
    • Claire Bowern (Yale University)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Where: Columbia 5
Student Panel (Hybrid)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Where: International Ballroom Center
ADS: Word of the Year (Hybrid)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Where: Columbia 1&2
LSA Business Meeting (Hybrid)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: International Ballroom Center
5-Minute Linguist (Hybrid)
When: Fri, Jan 7 @ 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Where: Off-Site (Location TBD)
Student Mixer (In-Person only)
Saturday - January 08, 2022
Session

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Motivation, multicompetence and momentum in the revitalization of awakening languages

    Authors:

    • Gabriela Pérez Báez (University of Oregon)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: Jefferson West
Linguistics in High School: Pathways towards Student Engagement (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Linguistics in High School: Pathways towards Student Engagement

    Authors:

    • Nicoleta Bateman (California State University, San Marcos)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: Columbia 1&2
Phonology and Psycholinguistics (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Dialect-specific phonological features shape perceptual generalization

    Authors:

    • Chelsea Sanker (Yale University)
  2. Correlates of wordlikeness in Polish

    Authors:

    • Paula Orzechowska (Adam Mickiewicz University)
    • Andrzej Porębski
    • Marta Nowak (Adam Mickiewicz University)
  3. Tonotactic accidental gaps and syllable-tone phonotactic learning in Mandarin Chinese

    Authors:

    • Shao-Jie Jin (National Chiao Tung University)
    • Sheng-Fu Wang (Academia Sinica)
    • Yu-An Lu (National Chiao Tung University)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: Columbia 3&4
Morphosyntax II (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Double Plurals in Breton: Evidence for a Split Analysis of Plurality

    Authors:

    • Dakota Robinson (University of California, Berkeley)
  2. The Structure of Hindi indirect causatives: Evidence from apparent *ABA violation

    Authors:

    • Yash Sinha (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  3. A New Way to Introduce Arguments: Pluractionals Bundling with Argument Introducing Heads

    Authors:

    • Eszter Ótott-Kovács (Cornell University)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: Columbia 5
Applied Linguistics I (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Finding the sweet spot: Learners’ productive knowledge of mid-frequency lexical items

    Authors:

    • Benjamin Naismith (University of Pittsburgh)
    • Alan Juffs (University of Pittsburgh)
  2. “I am made to feel like an alien from another planet”: language ideologies surrounding ITAs' English-language proficiency

    Authors:

    • Višnja Milojičić (Pennsylvania State University)
  3. Applying Critical Language Awareness: A Professional Development Model for Educators

    Authors:

    • Jennifer Sclafani (University of Massachusetts at Boston)
    • Panayota Gounari (University of Massachusetts at Boston)
    • Iuliia Fakhrutdinova (University of Massachusetts at Boston)
    • Vannessa Quintana Sarria (University of Massachusetts at Boston)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: Columbia 6
Socio-Discourse (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Gender Bias in Perceiving Interruptions

    Authors:

    • Katherine Hilton (Stanford University)
  2. “What a standard Taiwanese accent:” Metalinguistic comments on mediated linguistic performances

    Authors:

    • Yi-An Chen (Indiana University, Bloomington)
  3. Queering military masculinity(ies): Thank you for your service

    Authors:

    • Nicholas Mararac (Georgetown University)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: Columbia 7
Computational Linguistics and Language Acquisition (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Searching for Morphological Productivity

    Authors:

    • Sarah Payne (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Caleb Belth (University of Michigan)
    • Jordan Kodner (Stony Brook University)
    • Charles Yang (University of Pennsylvania)
  2. Modeling the acquisition of question variants in English

    Authors:

    • An Nguyen (Johns Hopkins University)
    • Colin Wilson (Johns Hopkins University)
  3. Distributional Learning of Syntactic Categories

    Authors:

    • Kevin Liang (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Charles Yang (University of Pennsylvania)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: Columbia 8
Semantics IV (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. A lexically-encoded temporal distinction in Scottish Gaelic perfect aspect

    Authors:

    • Sylvia Schreiner (George Mason University)
  2. A compositional account of counterfactual conditional clauses in Old Japanese

    Authors:

    • Kyoko Sano (University of Washington)
  3. The English particle verb alternation shows sensitivity to syntactic classes over semantic compositionality

    Authors:

    • Naomi Lee (New York University)
    • Laurel MacKenzie (New York University)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Where: International Ballroom Center
Plenary III: Tracy Weldon (Hybrid)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Where: International Ballroom East and West
Saturday Poster Session (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Balancing Social Determinism and Sound Change

    Authors:

    • Roslyn Burns (Yale University)
  2. Contact-induced change in lexical prosody systems from around the globe

    Authors:

    • Ricardo Napoleão de Souza (University of Helsinki)
  3. Discursively constructed ideologies of language maintenance among multilingual caregivers from the post-Soviet states.

    Authors:

    • Aisulu Raspayeva (Rice University)
  4. Complementizer Choice and Relative Belief: On Swahili Complementizer Variation

    Authors:

    • Aron Finholt (University of Kansas)
    • John Gluckman (University of Kansas)
  5. Loan verb integration in Spanish

    Authors:

    • Justin Pinta (Ohio State University)
    • Hugo Salgado (Ohio State University)
  6. Reexamining Negative Concord and Definiteness in African American English

    Authors:

    • Taylor Jones (Other)
    • Christopher Hall (Other)
  7. Re-evaluating Albanian's place in Indo-European Studies

    Authors:

    • Lindon Dedvukaj (Oakland University)
    • Patrick Gehringer (Oakland University)
  8. Motion-event Typology and Scene Setting in English, Japanese, and Mandarin Chinese

    Authors:

    • Amanda Brown (Syracuse University)
  9. Deictic-to-Dative Clitic Cycles in Pashto

    Authors:

    • John Powell (University of Arizona)
  10. Italian dialects at the phonology-syntax interface: a case study

    Authors:

    • Giuseppina Silvestri (University of California, Los Angeles)
  11. The Irreducible Uncertainty of Ranking and Ordering

    Authors:

    • Eric Bakovic (University of California, San Diego)
    • Jason Riggle (University of Chicago)
  12. On movement out of Sanskrit bahuvrīhi compounds

    Authors:

    • Davide Mocci (University of Pavia)
  13. A Sociolinguistic Analysis of Phonology Switches in 'Dora the Explorer'

    Authors:

    • Abigail Jarvis (University of Southern California)
  14. Discourse Particles as Trigger of Expressive Presupposition: the case of Italian poi

    Authors:

    • Matteo Fiorini (University of Utah)
  15. Young children and the emergence of ASL: The age distribution of students at the American School for the Deaf, 1817-1867

    Authors:

    • Justin M. Power (University of Texas at Austin)
    • Richard P. Meier
  16. The typology of locality guides restrictive and accurate tier induction

    Authors:

    • Seoyoung Kim (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  17. Irrealis in Gisida Anii: Data and Analysis

    Authors:

    • Deborah Morton (Pennsylvania State University)
    • Frances Blanchette (Pennsylvania State University)
  18. Tracking illusory vowel effects through auditory and phonetic representations

    Authors:

    • Emily Herman (Pennsylvania State University)
    • Matthew T. Carlson (Pennsylvania State University)
    • Angelica Brill (Pennsylvania State University)
    • Anne J. Olmstead (Pennsylvania State University)
  19. The perceptual salience of creak and duration as prosodic boundary cues in Spanish and English

    Authors:

    • Elizabeth Wood (University of Texas at Austin)
    • Megan Crowhurst (University of Texas at Austin)
    • Mackenzie Walters (University of Texas at Austin)
  20. Ethical correlates of and influences on nonbinary pronoun use

    Authors:

    • Evan D. Bradley (Pennsylvania State University)
    • Laura Evans (Pennsylvania State University)
  21. How do listeners identify creak? The effects of tone, pitch range, prosodic position and creak locality in Mandarin

    Authors:

    • Aini Li (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Wei Lai (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Jianjing Kuang (University of Pennsylvania)
  22. Tongue configuration of Saudi Arabic coronal stops: the effect of voicing and gemination

    Authors:

    • Sarah Alamri (George Mason University)
    • Harim Kwon (George Mason University)
  23. Did deaf education and the emergence of American Sign Language trigger the decline of Martha’s Vineyard Sign Language?

    Authors:

    • Justin M. Power (University of Texas at Austin)
    • Richard P. Meier (University of Texas at Austin)
  24. Investigating Selective Adaptation to Socially-Induced Percepts

    Authors:

    • Eric Wilbanks (University of California, Berkeley)
  25. Discourse markers as indicators of personality traits

    Authors:

    • Sinae Lee (Texas A&M University)
  26. Comparing Variables and Variants in the Social Evaluation of Grammatical Variation

    Authors:

    • Scott Schwenter (Ohio State University)
    • Kendra V. Dickinson (Ohio State University)
    • Paige Barton (Ohio State University)
    • Marcia Macedo
  27. Syntactic head movement and PF spellout collide: Nominal predicates in West Circassian

    Authors:

    • Ksenia Ershova (Stanford University)
  28. Dependent accusative case in Khalkha Mongolian: Evidence from converbial adjuncts

    Authors:

    • Jun Jie Lim (University of California, San Diego)
  29. Verbal Semantics in Phonology: a Case of Ideophonic Expressions in Discourse

    Authors:

    • David Páez (University of New Mexico)
  30. Relative Clause Extraposition in Russian is created by syntactic movement

    Authors:

    • Pavel Koval (University of Connecticut)
    • Jon Sprouse (University of Connecticut)
  31. “One does not simply categorize a meme”: A dual classification system for internet memes

    Authors:

    • Leslie E. Cochrane (College of William and Mary)
    • Alexandra Johnson (College of William and Mary)
    • Aubrey R. Lay (College of William and Mary)
    • Ginny Helmandollar (College of William and Mary)
  32. Clausal complementation under to in Japanese

    Authors:

    • Daniel Goodhue (University of Maryland)
    • Junko Shimoyama (McGill University)
  33. Optimization of Shared Structures in Egyptian Arabic-English Bilinguals: A View From Language Contact

    Authors:

    • Yourdanis Sedarous (University of Michigan)
    • Marlyse Baptista (University of Michigan)
  34. STYLE SHIFTS IN JAPANESE VIDEOGAME COMMENTARY MONOLOGUES

    Authors:

    • Soren Christensen (Duke University)
    • Yunchuan Chen (Duke University)
  35. Polysemy as a prelude to semantic change

    Authors:

    • Claire Bowern (Yale University)
  36. Clitics and Transitivity Conspire: Blocking in Galician Contraction

    Authors:

    • Naomi Kurtz (University of Chicago)
  37. Consonant Acquisition in Lio

    Authors:

    • Grace B. Wivell (State University of New York at Stony Brook)
  38. Race and gender in the perception of /s/

    Authors:

    • Chantal Marie Loresco De Leon (Northwestern University)
    • Annette D'Onofrio (Northwestern University)
  39. Reference resolution for demonstrative na and the pronoun inq in Eastern Armenian

    Authors:

    • Mariam Asatryan (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  40. A framework for analyzing the coverage of syntactic theories

    Authors:

    • Jacob Collard (Other)
  41. Word-final voicing in Nadëb

    Authors:

    • Mark Simmons (University of Texas at Austin)
  42. Cessation Implicature and simultaneous readings

    Authors:

    • Toshiyuki Ogihara (University of Washington)
  43. Prenuclear Glide in Mandarin Chinese: Is It a Segment?

    Authors:

    • Boer Fu (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  44. Pre-nominal mí in San Martín Peras Mixtec

    Authors:

    • Lisa Hofmann (University of California, Santa Cruz)
    • Jason Ostrove (University of California, Santa Cruz)
  45. Changes in Chamoru Gemination

    Authors:

    • Thomas (Mås) Santos (University of Guam)
    • David Ruskin (University of Guam)
  46. Inferring Markedness from Semantic Weight: An Approach using the T5 Language Model

    Authors:

    • yan cong (Michigan State University)
    • Phillip Wolff (Emory University)
  47. “What are you talking about?”: Indexing stances about gender-based language reform

    Authors:

    • Chloe Brotherton (University of California, Davis)
  48. The Perception of Emotional Prosody in Mandarin Chinese

    Authors:

    • Cheng Xiao (University of South Carolina)
    • Jiang Liu (University of South Carolina)
  49. Sociophonetic Analysis of Spanish r- Variation by New Mexican Child Heritage Speakers

    Authors:

    • Sarah Lease (University of New Mexico)
    • Mariana Marchesi (University of New Mexico)
    • Kelsey Treviño (University of New Mexico)
  50. Discordances between verbal and gestural expressions of space

    Authors:

    • Leah Pappas (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
  51. The Projection of Number in Reduced Nominals

    Authors:

    • Michael Barrie (Sogang University)
  52. Separation of Stress and Focus Prominence in Bengali

    Authors:

    • Irene Vogel (University of Delaware)
    • Angeliki Athanasopoulou (University of Calgary)
    • Grayson Ziegler (University of Delaware)
  53. No evident effect of iconicity when acquiring a second sign language

    Authors:

    • Dag Johan Lindeberg (University of Texas at Austin)
  54. Revisiting Central Ngwi tones: a computational approach

    Authors:

    • Sean Foley (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
    • Dylan Elliott (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
  55. A corpus study of diachronic changes in the usage rate of noun incorporation in written Japanese

    Authors:

    • Kevin Heffernan (Kwansei Gakuin University)
    • Yusuke Imanishi (Kwansei Gakuin University)
  56. What affects the production of s+stop clusters in Polish?

    Authors:

    • Paula Orzechowska (Adam Mickiewicz University)
  57. Development and Evaluation of a Dialect Experience Questionnaire

    Authors:

    • Arynn Byrd (University of Maryland)
    • Zachary Maher (University of Maryland)
    • Yi Ting Huang (University of Maryland)
    • Jan Edwards (University of Maryland)
  58. Proto-Agaw in Relation to Bender’s Proto-Cushitic

    Authors:

    • Paul Fallon (University of Mary Washington)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Jefferson East
Competence Meets Performance: New perspectives on information structure (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Competence meets performance: New perspectives on information structure

    Authors:

    • Andrew Hedding (University of California, Santa Cruz)
    • Morwenna Hoeks (University of California, Santa Cruz)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Jefferson West
Literary Linguistic Forms (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Literary Linguistic Forms

    Authors:

    • Nigel Fabb (University of Strathclyde)
    • Kristin Hanson (University of California, Berkeley)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Where: Columbia 1&2
Socio-Phonology (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Covariation across morphological classes in English Coronal Stop Deletion

    Authors:

    • Ruaridh Purse (University of Pennsylvania)
  2. Distinct grammars emerge from highly variable input

    Authors:

    • Jeffrey Lamontagne (Indiana University)
  3. Do Puerto Ricans in Philly say dat? An acoustic analysis of TH-Stopping as a change in-progress

    Authors:

    • Abigail Patchell (Villanova University)
    • Grant M. Berry (Villanova University)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Where: Columbia 3&4
Phonology and Phonetics IV (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Multiply-conditioned vowel assimilation in Yemba imperatives

    Authors:

    • Canaan Breiss (University of California, Los Angeles)
    • Jae Weller (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
  2. Degrees of frication in three Chinese varieties’ fricative vowels

    Authors:

    • Bowei Shao (Sorbonne University)
    • Matthew Faytak (University of California, Los Angeles)
  3. Positional Asymmetries in Intra-Segmental Timing: Variability and Modeling

    Authors:

    • Miran Oh (University of Southern California)
    • Louis Goldstein (University of Southern California)
    • Dani Byrd (University of Southern California)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Where: Columbia 5
Historical Linguistics and Linguistics in History (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Exploring Minoan Linear A Language and Culture through Mixed Methods

    Authors:

    • Clelia LaMonica (Uppsala University)
  2. Decolonizing Historical Linguistics in the Classroom and Beyond

    Authors:

    • Claire Bowern (Yale University)
    • Rikker Dockum (Swarthmore College)
  3. Problematizing the “native speaker” in Linguistic Research: History of the term and ways forward

    Authors:

    • Yourdanis Sedarous (University of Michigan)
    • Annie Birkeland (University of Michigan)
    • Adeli Block (University of Michigan)
    • Justin Craft (University of Michigan)
    • Savithry Namboodiripad (University of Michigan)
    • Sky Wang, Gou Wu (University of Michigan)
  4. On the derivation of the three-verb clusters in Old English

    Authors:

    • Michio Hosaka (Nihon University)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Where: Columbia 6
Language Documentation (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Accessibility, discoverability, and functionality of digital language archives

    Authors:

    • Amelia Lake (Yale University)
    • Juhyae Kim (Yale University)
    • Kassandra Haakman (Yale University)
    • Jeremiah Jewell (Yale University)
    • Sarah Babinski (Yale University)
    • Claire Bowern (Yale University)
  2. Applying insights from contemporary language documentation to historical data: the case of Palta

    Authors:

    • Martin Kohlberger (University of Saskatchewan)
  3. How usable are digital collections for endangered languages? A review

    Authors:

    • Sarah Babinski (Yale University)
    • Jeremiah Jewell (Yale University)
    • Kassandra Haakman (Yale University)
    • Juhyae Kim (Yale University)
    • Amelia Lake (Yale University)
    • Claire Bowern (Yale University)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Where: Columbia 7
Phonology and Typology (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Cross-linguistic patterns of domain-final vowel devoicing: a typological approach

    Authors:

    • Rachel Vogel (Cornell University)
  2. A typological survey of changes to syllable structure in contact situations

    Authors:

    • Ricardo Napoleão de Souza (University of Helsinki)
    • Kaius Sinnemäki (University of Helsinki)
  3. True progressive harmony exists

    Authors:

    • Rodrigo Ranero (University of Maryland)
    • Paulina Lyskawa (University of Tromsø)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Where: Columbia 8
Morphosyntax III (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. States and Possession in Mashi: A Novel Argument for Decomposing have

    Authors:

    • Aron Finholt (University of Kansas)
  2. On the Morpho-Syntax of Possessive Pronouns in English and the Timing of Spell-Out

    Authors:

    • Colin Davis (University of Konstanz)
  3. Prepositional datives in Goidelic Celtic are derived by VP-fronting

    Authors:

    • Gary Thoms (New York University)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Language Documentation in Trauma-exposed Indigenous Communities

    Authors:

    • Phillip E. Cash Cash (Cayuse/Nez Perce; Independent Researcher)
    • Joseph J. Dupris (Klamath-Modoc) (University of Colorado at Boulder)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Columbia 1&2
Computational Linguistics I (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Quantifying Relational Nouns in Corpora

    Authors:

    • Lelia Glass (Georgia Institute of Technology)
  2. A study on subjunctive mood in Korean: Using corpus and experimental linguistic data

    Authors:

    • Arum Kang (Korea University)
    • Sanghoun Song (Korea University)
  3. Connecting Sentence Processing and Syntactic Theories in Prenominal Relative Clause Languages

    Authors:

    • So Young Lee (Miami University)
    • Aniello De Santo (University of Utah)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Columbia 3&4
Phonology and Phonetics V (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Facial locations in ASL based on production and perception data

    Authors:

    • Veronica Miatto (State University of New York at Stony Brook)
  2. Adjacency in time and space: An investigation of assimilatory diachronic changes in American Sign Language

    Authors:

    • Justin M. Power (University of Texas at Austin)
    • Danny Law (University of Texas at Austin)
    • David Quinto-Pozos (University of Texas at Austin)
  3. How ASL handshape is transformed in Protactile Language: The case of "indicating verbs"

    Authors:

    • Terra Edwards (University of Chicago)
    • Diane Brentari (University of Chicago)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Columbia 7
Pragmatics I (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Neg-raising without Excluded Middle

    Authors:

    • Zahra Mirrazi (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
    • Hedde Zeijlstra (Georg-August University Göttingen)
  2. Degree estimates predict likelihood of scalar inference

    Authors:

    • Eszter Ronai (University of Chicago)
    • Ming Xiang (University of Chicago)
  3. Overt exhaustification, but not discourse context, reduces scalar diversity

    Authors:

    • Eszter Ronai (University of Chicago)
    • Ming Xiang (University of Chicago)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Columbia 8
Syntax III (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. ‘Seem’ constructions with experiencers in English and Spanish are more similar than they seem

    Authors:

    • Russell Simonsen (Miami University)
  2. Refining the structure of complex locatives

    Authors:

    • Andrew McKenzie (University of Kansas)
  3. On the syntax of generics and the absence of generic articles

    Authors:

    • Edward Husband (University of Oxford)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Columbia 5
Sociolinguistics II (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Linguistic landscape in a small Basque town: Perceptions and preferences

    Authors:

    • Gorka Basterretxea Santiso (Georgetown University)
  2. “Critics,” “boosters” and the politics of linguistic change: A computational analysis of the lexicon in an online trans community

    Authors:

    • Cedar Brown (University of California, Santa Barbara)
    • Lal Zimman (University of California, Santa Barbara)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Where: Columbia 8
Language Office Hours (In-Person)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 6:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Where: International Ballroom Center
LSA Awards Ceremony (Hybrid)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Where: International Ballroom Center
LSA Presidential Address (Hybrid)
When: Sat, Jan 8 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Where: TBD
LSA Presidential Reception (In-Person)
Sunday - January 09, 2022
Session
When: Sun, Jan 9 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Where: TBD - Virtual Viewing Room
Advancing Trans Linguistics (100% Virtual)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Advancing Trans Linguistics

    Authors:

    • Archie Crowley (they/them) (University of South Carolina)
    • Lex Konnelly (they them) (University of Toronto)
When: Sun, Jan 9 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Where: TBD - Virtual Viewing Room
Challenges and Opportunities for Mentoring in Linguistics (100% Virtual)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Challenges and Opportunities for Mentoring in Linguistics

    Authors:

    • Paola Cepeda (Stony Brook University)
    • Melissa Baese-Berk (University of Oregon)
When: Sun, Jan 9 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: Columbia 1&2
Language Acquisition III (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Acquiring evidentials: mapping meanings onto forms

    Authors:

    • Dionysia Saratsli (University of Delaware)
    • Anna Papafragou (University of Pennsylvania)
  2. Linguistic and non-linguistic cues to acquiring the strong distributivity of “each”

    Authors:

    • Tyler Knowlton (University of Maryland)
    • Victor Gomes (University of Pennsylvania)
  3. Age of Acquisition Effects in the Use of Plural Classifier Constructions in ASL

    Authors:

    • Nina Feygl Semushina (University of California, San Diego)
    • Monica A. Keller (University of Arizona)
    • Rachel I. Mayberry (University of California, San Diego)
When: Sun, Jan 9 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Where: Columbia 3&4
Typology (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Paraguayan Guaraní and the typology of free affix order

    Authors:

    • Maksymilian Dabkowski (University of California, Berkeley)
  2. Relative Clause Typology Across Signed and Spoken Languages

    Authors:

    • Caitlin Coons (University of Texas at Austin)
When: Sun, Jan 9 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: Columbia 5
Syntax IV (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Verb serialization as event-building: Evidence from Hmong

    Authors:

    • William Johnston (McGill University)
  2. Causative VP-omission in English

    Authors:

    • Richard Stockwell (University of Oxford)
    • Matthew Tyler (University of Cambridge)
  3. Double Light Verbs in Tihami Arabic

    Authors:

    • Amer Asiri (University of Kansas)
When: Sun, Jan 9 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Where: Columbia 6
Psycholinguistics II (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Cognitive correlates of phonological adaptation: Reactive control predicts participation in simulated sound change

    Authors:

    • Grant M. Berry (Villanova University)
  2. Language exposure and the development of phonological working memory

    Authors:

    • Margaret (Meg) Cychosz (University of Maryland)
  3. Task effects in lexical decision: disentangling the effects of feedback activation and mutual inhibition

    Authors:

    • Youtao Lu (Brown University)
    • James Morgan (Brown University)
  4. Child deaf signers read differently than hearing non-signers: Evidence from a small-scale eye-tracking study

    Authors:

    • Frances Cooley (University of Texas at Austin)
    • David Quinto-Pozos (University of Texas at Austin)
When: Sun, Jan 9 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: Columbia 7
Sociolinguistics and Language Contact and Creolistics (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Binary-Constrained Code-switching Among Non-binary French-English Bilinguals

    Authors:

    • Jennifer Kaplan (University of California, Berkeley)
  2. Sociophonetic style-shifting: R-lessness in the construction of Gullah Geechee performance and personhood

    Authors:

    • John McCullough (University of South Carolina)
  3. Divergent effects of contact: The case of wh-fronting in Lánnáng-uè

    Authors:

    • Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales (University of Michigan)
When: Sun, Jan 9 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Where: Columbia 3&4
Computational Linguistics II (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Adjective Use Across Languages

    Authors:

    • Zeinab Kachakeche (University of California, Irvine)
    • Richard Futrell (University of California, Irvine)
    • Gregory Scontras (University of California, Irvine)
  2. Lexical Conservatism is not always conservative

    Authors:

    • Canaan Breiss (University of California, Los Angeles)
  3. Learned distributional phonological classes predict sonority projection

    Authors:

    • Max Nelson (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  4. Quadratic constraints are sufficient, but not necessary, to generate complex languages

    Authors:

    • Andrew Lamont (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
When: Sun, Jan 9 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Where: TBD - Virtual Viewing Room
Dreaming of Words - movie (100% Virtual)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Dreaming of Words

    Authors:

    • Nandan
When: Sun, Jan 9 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Where: Columbia 1&2
Semantics V (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Bare Nouns, Incorporation, and Event Kinds in Mandarin Chinese

    Authors:

    • Qiongpeng Luo (Nanjing University)
  2. A unified account of polar particles in Farsi

    Authors:

    • Maryam Mohammadi (University of Konstanz)
  3. How reportatives become attitudinal: Turkish “double evidential” in diachronic and cross-linguistic view

    Authors:

    • Lingzi Zhuang (Cornell University)
    • Eszter Ótott-Kovács (Cornell University)
When: Sun, Jan 9 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Where: Columbia 5
Syntax V (Hybrid)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Constraint-driven Agree

    Authors:

    • Elango Kumaran (University of Southern California)
  2. afto-prefixation and Reflexive Voice in Modern Greek

    Authors:

    • Lefteris Paparounas (University of Pennsylvania)
  3. The closeness constraint on focus association and the syntax of Q-particles

    Authors:

    • Muyi Yang (University of Connecticut)
When: Sun, Jan 9 @ 11:00 am - 11:30 am
Where: Columbia 6
Applied Linguistics II (In-Person)

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Taking linguistics to Zoom school: Engaging children in virtual outreach

    Authors:

    • Erika Exton (University of Maryland)
    • Kathleen Oppenheimer (University of Maryland)
    • Lauren Salig (University of Maryland)
    • Craig Thorburn (University of Maryland)