Thursday - January 03, 2019
Session
When: Thu, Jan 3 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Where: New York East
Advances in Categorial Grammar and Its Application: In Memory of Richard T. Oehrle
When: Thu, Jan 3 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Where: Park 1
Teaching Linguistics Office Hours
When: Thu, Jan 3 @ 2:00 pm
Where: Park 2
Offfice Hours: Scholarly Communication in Linguistics
When: Thu, Jan 3 @ 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm
Where: Central Park East
How to LSA: The LSA Annual Meeting for First-Timers
When: Thu, Jan 3 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Where: Central Park East
Language Acquisition

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Children’s acquisition of domain restriction in pre-verbal and post-verbal universal A-quantifiers

    Authors:

    • Margaret Lei (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
  2. Subject-verb agreement: Pre-schoolers (and sometimes adults) do not use 'is' to disambiguate number

    Authors:

    • Benjamin Davies (Macquarie University)
    • Nan Xu Rattanasone (Macquarie University)
    • Katherine Demuth (Macquarie University)
  3. Caregiver-reported pronominal errors made by children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder

    Authors:

    • Emily Zane (State University of New York)
    • Sudha Arunachalam (New York University)
    • Rhiannon Luyster (Emerson College)
When: Thu, Jan 3 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Where: Central Park West
PsychoSociolinguistics

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Reconciling meaning and learning: the challenge of polysemy

    Authors:

    • Sammy Floyd (Princeton University)
    • Adele Goldberg (Princeton University)
  2. Singular ‘they’ and novel pronouns: gender-neutral, non-binary, or both?

    Authors:

    • Evan Bradley (Pennsylvania State University)
    • Julia Salkind (Pennsylvania State University)
    • Ally Moore (Pennsylvania State University)
    • Sofi Teitsort (Pennsylvania State University)
When: Thu, Jan 3 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Where: Lenox
Syntax and Semantics

Presented Abstracts:

  1. 'Vehicle Stability' in antecedent-contained deletions

    Authors:

    • Jason Overfelt (University of Minnesota)
  2. Two Types of Predicate Doubling in Russian

    Authors:

    • Andrei Antonenko (Stony Brook University)
  3. Parasitic gaps diagnose concealed pied-piping in Russian

    Authors:

    • Tatiana Bondarenko (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    • Colin Davis (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
When: Thu, Jan 3 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Where: Bowery
Syntax I

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Encoding reflexivity: The syntax and semantics of inherent reflexives

    Authors:

    • Jinwoo Jo (University of Delaware)
  2. Head movement with semantic effects: Aspectual verb raising in Cantonese

    Authors:

    • Tommy Tsz-Ming Lee (University of Southern California)
  3. The landscape of semantics-prosody mismatches

    Authors:

    • Byron Ahn (Princeton University)
    • Craig Sailor (University of Tromsø)
When: Thu, Jan 3 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Where: Flatiron
Morphology I

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Argument Alternations in Maltese

    Authors:

    • Michael Spagnol (University of Malta)
  2. Containment and Syncretism in English Preterites and Participles

    Authors:

    • Luke Adamson (University of Pennsylvania)
  3. High attachment for arguments of nominalizations

    Authors:

    • Jim Wood (Yale University)
When: Thu, Jan 3 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Where: Gramercy
Experimental Semantics and Pragmatics

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Experimental support for the discourse translucency of bare noun phrases in Mandarin

    Authors:

    • Hoi Ki Law (Rutgers University)
    • Kristen Syrett (Rutgers University)
  2. Not-at-Issueness and Principle C: Information status influences judgments of structurally illicit coconstruals

    Authors:

    • Vera Gor (Rutgers University)
    • Kristen Syrett (Rutgers University)
  3. Experiment on epistemic must

    Authors:

    • Giuseppe Ricciardi (Harvard University)
    • Edward Gibson (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    • Rachel A. Ryskin (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
When: Thu, Jan 3 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Where: New York East
Linguistic Discrimination on the University Campus
When: Thu, Jan 3 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Where: Metropolitan Ballroom East
Thursday Evening Plenary Poster Session

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Skoden and Stoodis: Grammaticalization in First Nations and Native American English

    Authors:

    • Adrienne Tsikewa (University of California, Santa Barbara)
  2. "This is Trump they should have known!!!": Claiming epistemic authority on the Boy Scouts of America Facebook Page

    Authors:

    • Mark Visonà (Georgetown University)
  3. The pragmatics of single wh-in situ questions in English

    Authors:

    • Forrest Davis (Cornell University)
  4. Settledness and tense/mood variation: Experimental evidence from Spanish and Italian

    Authors:

    • Mark Hoff (Ohio State University)
  5. Expression of Referents in Dominícan Kwéyòl (DK): the Role of Pragmatics in DK Nominal Structure

    Authors:

    • Joy Peltier (University of Michigan)
  6. Biased A-not-A questions in Mandarin Chinese

    Authors:

    • Shumian Ye (Peking University)
  7. Specification of methods and the semantics of method-oriented adverbs

    Authors:

    • Curt Anderson (Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf)
  8. Representational Format and Universal Quantifiers

    Authors:

    • Tyler Knowlton (University of Maryland)
    • Paul Pietroski (Rutgers University)
    • Justin Halberda (Johns Hopkins University)
    • Jeffrey Lidz (University of Maryland)
  9. The Scalarity and Alternatives of Japanese Mora (Letter)-Based Minimizers

    Authors:

    • Osamu Sawada (Mie University)
  10. Referential uses of gradable adjectives: A semantic account with a functional explanation

    Authors:

    • Ciyang Qing (Stanford University)
  11. Partial Updates to simplify Plural Dynamic Logic

    Authors:

    • Ezra Keshet (University of Michigan)
  12. Socially-evaluated syntactic variation? A perception study of the English particle verb alternation

    Authors:

    • Mary Robinson (New York University)
    • Laurel MacKenzie (New York University)
  13. Serial Verbs: “Passing” in African American Vernacular English

    Authors:

    • Anna-Marie Sprenger (Stanford University)
  14. Variation in “Reflexive” Pronoun Usage and Function across Genre

    Authors:

    • Alexandra Lawson (State University of New York at Buffalo)
  15. The phonology of intrusive [l]: An analysis of the /aʊ/ diphthong in Raleigh, North Carolina

    Authors:

    • Marie Bissell (North Carolina State University)
  16. Vowel system or vowel systems? Variation in Philippine Hybrid Hokkien monophthongs

    Authors:

    • Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales (University of Michigan)
    • Rebecca Lurie Starr (National University of Singapore)
  17. Variation and spreading in Pahoturi River final-/n/ realization

    Authors:

    • Kate L. Lindsey (Stanford University)
  18. Social factors in Southern US speech: acoustic analysis of a large-scale legacy corpus

    Authors:

    • Joseph A. Stanley (University of Georgia)
    • Margaret E. L. Renwick (University of Georgia)
  19. Gender differentiation of ruralness in southeastern Ohio: GOOSE fronting and pre-nasal DRESS raising

    Authors:

    • Sinae Lee (Texas A&M University)
    • Peter Andrews (North Carolina State University)
  20. The effect of the verb on futurity: Lexical Idiosyncrasy goes beyond Subject Pronoun Expression

    Authors:

    • Rafael Orozco (Louisiana State University)
  21. A PCA analysis of sociolinguistic differences between US Latinx Bilinguals

    Authors:

    • Christen N Madsen II (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Gita Martohardjono (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • LeeAnn Stover Stevens (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Richard G Schwartz (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Martin Chodorow (Graduate Center, CUNY)
  22. Mid Vowel raising in the speech of Greek Canadian immigrants

    Authors:

    • Panayiotis Pappas (Simon Fraser University)
    • Symeon Tsolakidis (University of Patras)
    • Irina Presnyakova (Simon Fraser University)
  23. Acquisition of non-canonical word orders in Mandarin Chinese: Evidence from comprehension and production

    Authors:

    • Yue Ji (University of Delaware)
    • Li Zheng (Nanjing Normal University)
    • Li Sheng (University of Delaware)
  24. Acquisition of anaphoric that

    Authors:

    • Dorothy Ahn (Harvard University)
    • Sudha Arunachalam (New York University)
  25. Korean mothers fine-tune the frequency and acoustic saliency of sound symbolic words to their children’s linguistic maturity

    Authors:

    • Jinyoung Jo (Seoul National University)
    • Eon-Suk Ko (Chosun University)
  26. Emergence of Partial /ai/-Raising through Child Language Acquisition in a Mixed Input Setting

    Authors:

    • Jordan Kodner (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Caitlin Richter (University of Pennsylvania)
  27. The History of /pf/ in Texas German: Another Case of Rule Inversion?

    Authors:

    • Marc Pierce (University of Texas at Austin)
  28. Reanalyzing the Internal Structure of Central Chin: Evidence from Lamkan

    Authors:

    • Mary Burke (University of North Texas)
  29. A verb-raising analysis of the Ojibwe VOS/VSO alternation

    Authors:

    • Christopher Hammerly (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  30. A University Written English Test For Non-Native Speakers

    Authors:

    • Eduardo Silva (Universidade Estadual de Goiás)
  31. ISLAND EXTRACTION SENSITIVITY IN FIRST- AND SECOND-GENERATION BILINGUALS: A PUPILLOMETRY STUDY

    Authors:

    • Gita Martohardjono (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Cass Lowry (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Ian Phillips (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Christen N. Madsen II (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Richard G. Schwartz (Graduate Center, CUNY)
  32. Eye-tracking investigation of relative clause processing in two groups of bilingual speakers

    Authors:

    • Christen N Madsen II (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Michael Stern (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • LeeAnn Stevens (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Cass Lowry (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Gita Martohardjono (Graduate Center, CUNY)
  33. Licensing of Mandarin NPI renhe in a relative clause environment

    Authors:

    • Hongchen Wu (State University of New York at Stony Brook)
    • Jiwon Yun (State University of New York at Stony Brook)
  34. Female gender is consistently under-expressed in pronoun production and under-inferred in comprehension

    Authors:

    • Veronica Boyce (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    • Titus von der Malsburg (University of Potsdam)
    • Till Poppels (University of California, San Diego)
    • Roger Levy (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  35. Utilizing phonological cues during spoken word recognition in children with cochlear implants

    Authors:

    • Katherine M. Simeon (Northwestern University)
    • Shana Birger (Northwestern University)
    • Tina M. Grieco-Calub (Northwestern University)
  36. Autonomic arousal in a foreign language in the context of decision making

    Authors:

    • Mai Al-Khatib (University of Minnesota)
    • Charles R Fletcher (University of Minnesota)
  37. Processing prosody without segments: native vs. non-native speakers

    Authors:

    • Chikako Takahashi (State University of New York at Stony Brook)
    • Alex Hong-Lun Yeung (State University of New York at Stony Brook)
    • Hyunah Baek (State University of New York at Stony Brook)
    • Ellen Broselow (State University of New York at Stony Brook)
    • Jiwon Hwang (State University of New York at Stony Brook)
  38. Linguistic Entrenchment and the Effect of Subjective Lexical Familiarity on Variation in Korean /n/-insertion

    Authors:

    • Jiyeon Song (University of South Carolina)
    • Amanda Dalola (University of South Carolina)
  39. American English coronal alternations facilitate robust lexical boundaries

    Authors:

    • Scott Seyfarth (Ohio State University)
    • Elizabeth Hume (Ohio State University)
  40. Is Cayuga a top-down accenting language?

    Authors:

    • Richard Hatcher (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York)
  41. Tone Gesture Timing in Tibetan: Evidence from VOT

    Authors:

    • Christopher Geissler (Yale University)
  42. Aspects of Campidanese Sardinian Obstruent Lenition

    Authors:

    • Jonah Katz (West Virginia University)
    • Gianmarco Pitzanti (Other)
  43. Testing stress theories directly using quantitative methods: Case studies from Wubuy (Nunggubuyu) and Southern East Cree

    Authors:

    • Sarah Babinski (Yale University)
  44. OT can account for Welsh allomorphy with help from Lexical Selection

    Authors:

    • Mykel Loren Brinkerhoff (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
  45. Hierarchical representations of distinctive features in phonology: the case of Korean vowels

    Authors:

    • Joy Kwon (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
  46. Sour Grapes is phonotactically complex

    Authors:

    • Andrew Lamont (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  47. The influence of metronomic rhythm on speech rhythm in a chanting task

    Authors:

    • Reed Blaylock (University of Southern California)
  48. Vowel Raising in the Chengdu Dialect of Mandarin

    Authors:

    • Hai Hu (Indiana University, Bloomington)
    • Aini Li (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
    • Yiwen Zhang (Indiana University, Bloomington)
    • Phillip Weirich (Indiana University, Bloomington)
  49. The distribution of phonetic variation influences patterns of perceptual adaptation

    Authors:

    • Georgia Zellou (University of California, Davis)
    • Bruno Ferenc Segedin (University of California, Davis)
  50. The Source of Creak in Mandarin: Utterance Position or F0?

    Authors:

    • Yuan Chai (University of California, San Diego)
  51. Domain-initial effects interact with lexical stress: Acoustic evidence from Spanish, Portuguese and English

    Authors:

    • Ricardo Napoleão de Souza (University of New Mexico)
  52. F0 Effects on Perceived Vowel Duration

    Authors:

    • Chelsea Sanker (Brown University)
  53. Generalization in the absence of variation within lexical retuning

    Authors:

    • Scott Nelson (Michigan State University)
  54. Contrasts along vowel duration vs. f0 contour: developmental changes in stop identification by Korean-speaking learners of Mandarin Chinese

    Authors:

    • Sang-Im Lee-Kim (National Chiao Tung University)
  55. Chimiini lexical, productive and doubled verb suffixes

    Authors:

    • Brent Henderson (University of Florida)
  56. Twitterverse: the birth of new words

    Authors:

    • Olga Klymenko (Other)
  57. Evidence for a diminutive infix in Mehri

    Authors:

    • Morgan Rood (Carleton College)
  58. Numeral incorporation in Russian Sign Language

    Authors:

    • Nina Semushina (University of California, San Diego)
    • Rachel I. Mayberry (University of California, San Diego)
  59. Vietnamese Anaphora: An Argument for Binding Theory Competition-Based Accounts

    Authors:

    • Thuy Bui (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
    • Rodica Ivan (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  60. Sources of Variation in English Third Person Plural –self Forms

    Authors:

    • Dennis Storoshenko (University of Calgary)
  61. Explicating wh-fronting in Mandarin: A scrambling approach

    Authors:

    • Yaobin Liu (Stony Brook University)
  62. The syntax and semantics of negative questions and answers in Korean and English

    Authors:

    • Dennis Keunhyung Park (University of South Carolina)
    • Stanley Dubinsky (University of South Carolina)
  63. Defrosting quantifiers: An argument against the rigidity of the scope freezing of topics

    Authors:

    • Renato Lacerda (University of Connecticut)
  64. Re- frozen scope in spray-load constructions

    Authors:

    • Yining Nie (New York University)
  65. Embedded topicalization in Korean factive complement clauses: An experimental approach

    Authors:

    • Eunsun Jou (Seoul National University)
  66. The role of intersubjectivity in ordering the left periphery

    Authors:

    • Paloma Jeretic (New York University)
    • Maxime Tulling (New York University)
  67. Optional wh-movement is discourse-connected movement in Eastern Cham

    Authors:

    • Kenneth Baclawski Jr. (University of California, Berkeley)
  68. On the Singularity of Indeterminates in Japanese: A Case of Number Distinction without Classifiers

    Authors:

    • Ken Hiraiwa (Meiji Gakuin University)
  69. Sorani prepositional object clitics: A case of post-syntactic cliticization

    Authors:

    • Rana Nabors (University of Arizona)
    • Roya Kabiri (University of Arizona)
    • Heidi Harley (University of Arizona)
    • Simin Karimi (University of Arizona)
  70. Sometimes two heads are better than one: Person portmanteaux meet person constraints

    Authors:

    • Paula Fenger (University of Connecticut)
    • Adrian Stegovec (University of Connecticut)
  71. Anti-agreement in Selayarese

    Authors:

    • Nicholas Baier (McGill University)
  72. Understanding the Austronesian subject-only extraction restriction: Evidence from Bikol topicalization

    Authors:

    • Cheryl Lim (National University of Singapore)
    • Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine (National University of Singapore)
  73. Nonmanual components with PALM-UP in Russian Sign Language

    Authors:

    • Anastasia Bauer (University of Cologne)
  74. Informality and register awareness: Grammatical stance marking in student and expert production

    Authors:

    • Tove Larsson (Universite Catholique de Louvain)
  75. NP Internal Tonosyntax: High Tone and Quantifier Conditions

    Authors:

    • Ronald Schaefer (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville)
When: Thu, Jan 3 @ 7:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Where: Empire Ballroom
Welcome and Introduction
Friday - January 04, 2019
Session
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 7:30 am - 8:30 am
Where: Park 1
Committee on Endangered Languages and their Preservation
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 7:30 am - 8:30 am
Where: Park 2
LGBTQ+ Special Interest Group Meeting
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 7:45 am - 8:45 am
Where: Park 3
Language in the School Curriculum Committee
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Where: Park 4
Committee on Ethnic Diversity in Linguistics (CEDL)
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Where: Park 1
Public Relations Committee
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Where: Park 2
Committee on Public Policy
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Where: Central Park East
Psycholinguistics

Presented Abstracts:

  1. The Interplay of Memory and Sentence Structure on the Resolution of Persian Pronouns

    Authors:

    • Mahyar Nakhaei (University of Calgary)
  2. L2 speakers are more accepting of unconventional language than native speakers

    Authors:

    • Karina Tachihara (Princeton University)
    • Adele Goldberg (Princeton University)
  3. How syntactic context affects comprehension: facilitation vs. inhibition

    Authors:

    • Phoebe Gaston (University of Maryland)
    • Ellen Lau (University of Maryland)
    • Colin Phillips (University of Maryland)
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Where: Central Park West
Sociology of Linguistics

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Gender bias in representation and publishing rates across subfields

    Authors:

    • Hanna Muller, University of Maryland; Phoebe Gaston, University of Maryland, Bethany Dickerson, University of Massachusetts Amherst
    • Adam Liter, University of Maryland; Karthik Durvasula, Michigan State University; Mina Hirzel, University of Maryland
    • Kasia Hitczenko, University of Maryland; Margaret Kandel, Harvard University; Paulina Lyskawa, University of Maryland
    • Jacqueline Nelligan (University of Maryland)
    • Maxime Papillon (University of Maryland)
    • Laurel Perkins (University of Maryland)
  2. Harassment and bias in linguistics: Uplifting voices and working toward solutions

    Authors:

    • Savithry Namboodiripad (University of Michigan)
    • Corrine Occhino (Rochester Institute of Technology)
    • Lynn Hou (University of California, Santa Barbara)
    • Hayley Heaton (University of Michigan)
    • Dominique Canning (University of Michigan)
    • Marjorie Herbert (University of Michigan)
  3. Transcriptivism: An Ethical Framework for Modern Linguistics

    Authors:

    • Tyler Kibbey (University of Kentucky)
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Where: Lenox
Anthropological and Applied Linguistics

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Linguistic Re-formation of Indigenous Mexican Student and Parent Languages in Florida Heartland Schools

    Authors:

    • Rebecca Campbell-Montalvo (University of Connecticut)
  2. Heritage speakers of Spanish make more rational decisions in English than in Spanish

    Authors:

    • Jose Camacho (Rutgers University)
    • Alena Kirova (Youngstown State University)
  3. Placing Social Types Through Prosodic Variation: An Investigation of Spatial Meanings in Mainland China

    Authors:

    • Robert Xu (Stanford University)
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Where: Bowery
Historical Syntax

Presented Abstracts:

  1. The curious development of 'have'-raising

    Authors:

    • Gary Thoms (New York University)
    • David Adger (Queen Mary, University of London)
    • Caroline Heycock (University of Edinburgh)
    • Jennifer Smith (University of Glasgow)
  2. Movement That is Kept and Movement that is Lost: Movement, Adjunction, and Labeling in Diachronic Perspective

    Authors:

    • Marcin Dadan (University of Connecticut)
  3. On the uncommon emergence of P-stranding

    Authors:

    • Gary Thoms (New York University)
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Where: Flatiron
Phonology

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Complexity Bias and Substantive Bias in Phonotactic Learning

    Authors:

    • Eleanor Glewwe (University of California, Los Angeles)
  2. Investigating the learnability of gang effects

    Authors:

    • Canaan Breiss (University of California, Los Angeles)
  3. Stochastic optimality and stylistic variation in Arabic diglossia

    Authors:

    • Simon Wolf (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Where: Gramercy
Typology

Presented Abstracts:

  1. The Mass/Count Distinction in Sorani Kurdish

    Authors:

    • Kurt Erbach (Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf)
    • Delan Kheder (Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf)
  2. Linguistic system and sociolinguistic environment as competing factors of typological variation

    Authors:

    • Kaius Sinnemäki (University of Helsinki)
  3. Whoosh, off we go into another mode: The linguistic function of mimesis and the parts of speech status of ideophones

    Authors:

    • Eva Schultze-Berndt (University of Manchester)
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Where: New York East
Datablitz: The teachers are here: Promoting Linguistics in High Schools
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Where: Madison 4
Fostering and Promoting Effective Mentoring in the Linguistics Community
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Where: Park 3
Committee of Editors of Linguistics Journals (CELxJ)
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 10:15 am - 11:45 am
Where: Metropolitan Ballroom East
Friday Morning Plenary Poster Session

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Standards and Practices in Forensic Science, With Application to Linguistics

    Authors:

    • Patrick Juola (Duquesne University)
  2. ERP satiation of whether-islands impacts scalp distribution, not amplitude

    Authors:

    • Emma Nguyen (University of Connecticut)
    • Jon Sprouse (University of Connecticut)
  3. The pragmatics of settledness in morphosyntactic variation

    Authors:

    • Mark Hoff (Ohio State University)
    • Scott Schwenter (Ohio State University)
  4. Explaining the forces underpinning grammaticalization paths: The Progressive-to-Imperfective shift in three varieties of Spanish

    Authors:

    • Martin Fuchs (Yale University)
    • Maria Mercedes Piñango (Yale University)
  5. Speaker and addressee in spatial deixis: new experimental evidence

    Authors:

    • Amalia Skilton (University of California, Berkeley)
    • David Peeters (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics)
  6. Object Mass Nouns in Greek

    Authors:

    • Kurt Erbach (Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf)
    • Vasileia Skrimpa (UniversitC$t zu KC6ln)
  7. Complementizers in matrix contexts: Reporting attitudes without attitude verbs

    Authors:

    • Carolyn Spadine (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    • Gunnar Lund (Harvard University)
  8. Contrastive Nature of Past Tense: Evidence from Future Counterfactual Conditionals in Serbian

    Authors:

    • Ivana Durovic (Graduate Center, CUNY)
  9. Two Sorts of Contrastive Topic in Caquinte

    Authors:

    • Zachary O'Hagan (University of California, Berkeley)
  10. The Non-Uniqueness of Weak Definites

    Authors:

    • Julianne Kapner (University of Rochester)
    • Scott Grimm (University of Rochester, New York)
  11. A Degree Semantics for Verbal Change

    Authors:

    • Todor Koev (University of Konstanz)
  12. Non-neutral relatives: A case for intensional see

    Authors:

    • E. Emory Davis (Johns Hopkins University)
  13. Personae in syntactic processing: Socially-specified agents bias expectations of verb transitivity

    Authors:

    • Annette D'Onofrio (Northwestern University)
    • June Choe (Northwestern University)
    • Masaya Yoshida (Northwestern University)
  14. The role of gesture in the English ish-construction

    Authors:

    • Daniel Duncan (Newcastle University)
  15. Accommodation to native and non-native speaker interlocutors

    Authors:

    • Uri Horesh (University of Essex)
  16. Performing Identity: Linguistic Analysis of Black Gay Male Speech in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

    Authors:

    • Dominique A. Canning (University of Michigan)
  17. Speech rate accommodation throughout the lifespan

    Authors:

    • Ildikó Emese Szabó (New York University)
  18. Rhythm and perception of ethnicity: a perception experiment of sounding “Asian”

    Authors:

    • Zhiling Zhong
  19. Perception of the Canadian Shift by American English listeners from Michigan's Upper Peninsula: Vowel identification using synthetic male and female voices

    Authors:

    • Aaron Albin (Kobe University)
    • Wil Rankinen (Grand Valley State University)
  20. New Perspectives on Subject Pronoun Expression: The Lexical Idiosyncrasy Hypothesis

    Authors:

    • Rafael Orozco (Louisiana State University)
    • Luz Marcela Hurtado (Eastern Michigan University)
  21. Relative Speech Rate: An exploratory analysis of Spanish-English bilinguals’ language use

    Authors:

    • LeeAnn Stover Stevens (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Anthony J Vicario (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Christen N. Madsen II (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Cass Lowry (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Gita Martohardjono (Graduate Center, CUNY)
  22. Wait, it’s a discourse marker! Catching a recent innovation in linguistic change

    Authors:

    • Sali Tagliamonte (University of Toronto)
  23. The "two-word stage" in language acquisition: a longitudinal cross-linguistic study

    Authors:

    • Qihui Xu (City University of New York)
    • Emiliia Ezrin (City University of New York)
    • Martin Chodorow (City University of New York)
    • Virginia Valian (City University of New York)
  24. Reference to kinds in L2 English

    Authors:

    • Yilmaz Koylu (Indiana University, Bloomington)
  25. Enforcing restrictiveness through ranking induction in the Output-Driven Learner

    Authors:

    • Morgan Moyer (Rutgers University)
    • Bruce Tesar (Rutgers University)
  26. Feature mapping in 3rd person accusative clitics in P’urhépecha-Spanish Bilinguals

    Authors:

    • Itziri Moreno Villamar (University of Washington at Tacoma)
  27. Don't be 'a' Negative Nancy: GofN's origins in definiteness

    Authors:

    • Joseph Rhyne (Cornell University)
  28. Coincidence or Contact? Aramaic "Ayin" and Akkadian [e]

    Authors:

    • Shuan Karim (Ohio State University)
  29. Teaching Scientific Reasoning and Critical Thinking Through Linguistics Case Studies

    Authors:

    • Lynn Burley (University of Central Arkansas)
  30. A new perspective on obviation in Ojibwe from attitude contexts

    Authors:

    • Christopher Hammerly (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
    • Alex Göbel (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  31. Lexicalization of Regional Identity Labels: The Case of Osing in Banyuwangi, Indonesia

    Authors:

    • Jonas Wittke (Rice University)
  32. Cognitive effects in emerging variation: French 'ne'-drop

    Authors:

    • Robin Melnick (Pomona College)
    • Emilie Wilk (Other)
  33. TASK-EVOKED PUPILLARY RESPONSES IN SPANISH-ENGLISH BILINGUALS’ PROCESSING OF RELATIVE CLAUSES

    Authors:

    • Christen N. Madsen II (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Gita Martohardjono (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Cass Lowry (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Richard G. Schwartz (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Martin Chodorow (Hunter College, The City University of New York)
  34. FROM SPEECH TO GESTURE: WHERE DO WE SEE SOURCE-GOAL ASYMMETRIES?

    Authors:

    • Natasha Abner (University of Michigan)
    • Rebecca Lotwich (Montclair State University)
    • Yasmin Hussein (Montana State University)
    • Laura Lakusta (Montclair State University)
  35. Gender Bias in Picture Noun Phrase Reflexive Resolution

    Authors:

    • Yuhang Xu (University of Rochester, New York)
    • Carly Eisen (University of Rochester, New York)
    • Yuyi Zhou (University of Rochester, New York)
    • Jeffrey Runner (University of Rochester, New York)
  36. P300 as an index of phonotactic violation

    Authors:

    • Enes Avcu (University of Delaware)
    • Ryan Rhodes (University of Delaware)
    • Chao Han (University of Delaware)
    • Arild Hestvik (University of Delaware)
  37. The Effect of Positive Valence on Transfer-of-Possession Verbs

    Authors:

    • Meghan Salomon-Amend (Northwestern University)
    • Gregory Ward (Northwestern University)
  38. The role of adjective frequency in the production of the English comparative

    Authors:

    • Brian Smith (University of Southern California)
    • Claire Moore-Cantwell (Simon Fraser University)
  39. High tones and plural nouns: intersecting phonological and morphological markedness

    Authors:

    • Michael Cahill (SIL International)
  40. Nuclear vs. prenuclear accents and the encoding of information status

    Authors:

    • Suyeon Im (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
    • Jennifer Cole (Northwestern University)
    • Stefan Baumann (University of Cologne)
  41. English Adaptation in Mandarin A-not-A Constructions

    Authors:

    • Minqi Liu (University of California, Los Angeles)
  42. High-frequency initialisms: Evidence for Singaporean English stress

    Authors:

    • E-Ching Ng (University of Chicago)
  43. Focus marking in Southern Bobo Madaré

    Authors:

    • Kate Sherwood (University of Michigan)
  44. Modified cyclicity: the stress of English Latinate derivatives

    Authors:

    • Juliet Stanton (New York University)
    • Donca Steriade (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  45. There Is No Rule-Ordering Paradox in Mojeño Trinitario

    Authors:

    • Samuel Andersson (Yale University)
  46. The prosody of Kadiwéu verbs

    Authors:

    • Michael Becker (Stony Brook University)
    • Filomena Sandalo (UNICAMP)
    • Seoyoung Kim (Stony Brook University)
  47. Tone-prominence interaction in Hän (Athabaskan)

    Authors:

    • Blake Lehman (University of California, Los Angeles)
  48. The role of F0 in the classification of stop laryngeal and place contrasts of Indo-Aryan languages

    Authors:

    • Qandeel Hussain (North Carolina State University)
  49. Changing against community trends? The case of CY Leung, a former Chief Executive of Hong Kong

    Authors:

    • Ziqi Chen (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
    • Yao Yao (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
    • Alan Yu (University of Chicago)
  50. Modifying Sine Wave Speech with a minimal cue for pitch: A new tool for perception studies

    Authors:

    • Jon Nissenbaum (Brooklyn College)
  51. Lexical and geographic variation in Italian mid vowels

    Authors:

    • Margaret E. L. Renwick (University of Georgia)
  52. Implications of [i] vowels for the theory of vowel inventories

    Authors:

    • Edward Flemming (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  53. Relative facilitation of consonant and vowel coarticulation cues

    Authors:

    • Anya Lunden (College of William and Mary)
    • Megan Rouch (College of William and Mary)
    • Diana Worthen (College of William and Mary)
  54. Intransitive verbs in Hebrew and the input to nominalization

    Authors:

    • Odelia Ahdout (Humboldt University, Berlin)
    • Itamar Kastner (Humboldt University, Berlin)
  55. Navigating the Persian Plural Network

    Authors:

    • Angelo Costanzo (Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania)
  56. Reanalysis of Construct States in Hebrew: Explaining Non-Canonical Agreement

    Authors:

    • Maya Barzilai (Georgetown University)
    • Lindley Winchester (Georgetown University)
  57. The grammaticalization of the body and space in Nicaraguan Sign Language

    Authors:

    • Kathryn Montemurro (University of Chicago)
    • Molly Flaherty (University of Edinburgh)
    • Marie Coppola (University of Connecticut)
    • Susan Goldin-Meadow (University of Chicago)
    • Diane Brentari (University of Chicago)
  58. On argument ellipsis in Egyptian Arabic

    Authors:

    • Usama Soltan (Middlebury College)
  59. Spatial metaphors and the acceptability of prepositional resultatives in English

    Authors:

    • Philip Miller (University of Paris 7, Denis Diderot)
    • Maryse Grône (University of Paris 7, Denis Diderot)
  60. Head Movement is Not Needed for Pseudo-Noun Incorporation in Korean

    Authors:

    • Hyosik Kim (Northwestern University)
    • Masaya Yoshida (Northwestern University)
  61. Intepretable Gender in (Small) Spanish & Brazilian Portuguese Nominals

    Authors:

    • Lucia Donatelli (Georgetown University)
  62. Allocutive agreement in Korean

    Authors:

    • Sanghee Kim (University of Chicago)
  63. Reflexive Binding Without Phi-Feature Matching

    Authors:

    • Byron Ahn (Princeton University)
  64. Long-distance Wh-movement Structures in a Miniature Artificial Language Study

    Authors:

    • Dana McDaniel (University of Southern Maine)
  65. Missing antecedents found

    Authors:

    • Philip Miller (University of Paris 7, Denis Diderot)
    • Barbara Hemforth (University of Paris 7, Denis Diderot)
    • Gabriel Flambard (University of Paris 7, Denis Diderot)
    • Pascal Amsili (University of Paris 7, Denis Diderot)
  66. On object position in Persian Ditransitives: movement or base-generation?

    Authors:

    • Elias Abdollahnejad (University of Calgary)
    • Dennis Storoshenko (University of Calgary)
  67. Spanish Nominalizations and Case Assignment

    Authors:

    • Tania Leal (University of Nevada, Reno)
    • Jeffrey Renaud (Augustana College)
  68. Binding German (In)direct Objects: Spell-Out Strategies for Disambiguation

    Authors:

    • Nicholas Twiner (Queen Mary, University of London)
    • Vera Lee-Schoenfeld (University of Georgia)
  69. Nominal mismatches in Swahili locatives

    Authors:

    • Soo-Hwan Lee (Sogang University)
    • Doo-Won Lee (Other)
  70. Cyclic Linearization and the Conjoint/Disjoint Alternation in Ndengeleko

    Authors:

    • Tessa Scott (University of California, Berkeley)
  71. Two types of intransitives in Logoori

    Authors:

    • John Gluckman (University of Kansas)
  72. Exploring Intervention Effects in L2 English Raising: Evidence from Acceptability Judgments

    Authors:

    • Pamela Franciotti (Graduate Center, CUNY)
  73. A Banana is Not a Glove: An Exploration of Iconicity in a Home Sign System

    Authors:

    • Grace Neveu (University of Texas at Austin)
  74. How whom retreated against the advice of prescriptive grammarians: A multivariate analysis of written English corpus data since 1800

    Authors:

    • Erica Brozovsky (University of Texas at Austin)
    • Lars Hinrichs (University of Texas at Austin)
    • Brendon Kaufman (University of Texas at Austin)
    • James Law (University of Texas at Austin)
    • Lorena Orjuela (University of Texas at Austin)
    • Jennie Wolfgang (University of Texas at Austin)
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 12:45 pm - 1:45 pm
Where: Empire Ballroom
Special Panel on Fostering a Culture of Inclusion in Linguistics
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Central Park East
Educational Linguistics

Presented Abstracts:

  1. “When are we ever going to use this?”: A Case for Linguistics in General Education Curricula

    Authors:

    • Katie Welch, Ph.D. (University of North Texas at Dallas)
    • Marco Shappeck, Ph.D. (University of North Texas at Dallas)
  2. Taking Linguistics: Does an Introductory Linguistics Class Result in Increased Social Emotional Competency?

    Authors:

    • Kate Rustad (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
  3. Attitude change is not enough: Disrupting deficit grading practices to disrupt dialect prejudice

    Authors:

    • Rebecca Wheeler (Christopher Newport University)
  4. Consequences of ad-hoc interpretation in schools: a narrative analysis of embedded stories

    Authors:

    • Arianna Janoff (Georgetown University)
  5. Linguistics and Writing—A Reassessment: 25 years later

    Authors:

    • Cornelia Paraskevas (Western Oregon University)
  6. Gaming as pedagogy in the linguistics classroom

    Authors:

    • Andrew McKenzie (University of Kansas)
    • Jeffrey Punske (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Central Park West
Syntax and Morphology I

Presented Abstracts:

  1. A Multi-layered DP in Romance: Evidence from Double Systems

    Authors:

    • Judy B Bernstein (William Paterson University)
    • Francisco Ordóñez (Stony Brook University)
    • Francesc Roca (Other)
  2. Matrix complementisers in Italo-Romance

    Authors:

    • Valentina Colasanti (University of Cambridge)
    • Giuseppina Silvestri (University of Cambridge)
  3. Feature sharing and functional heads in concord

    Authors:

    • Emily Clem (University of California, Berkeley)
    • Virginia Dawson (University of California, Berkeley)
  4. Negative Concord in Washo as Negative Agreement

    Authors:

    • Emily Hanink (University of Manchester)
  5. English Possessor Extraction

    Authors:

    • Colin Davis (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  6. A-Scrambling Can Feed Parasitic Gap Licensing Too

    Authors:

    • Ksenia Ershova (University of Chicago)
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Lenox
Prosody

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Production of verb deaccenting under repetition, entailment, and bridging

    Authors:

    • Jeffrey Geiger (University of Chicago)
    • Ming Xiang (University of Chicago)
  2. Categorical and gradient effects of information structure on nuclear prominence in American English

    Authors:

    • Eleanor Chodroff (Northwestern University)
    • Alaina Arthurs (Northwestern University)
    • Priya Kurian (Northwestern University)
    • Jonah Pazol (Northwestern University)
    • Jennifer Cole (Northwestern University)
  3. Individual differences in the production of prosodic boundaries in American English

    Authors:

    • Jiseung Kim (University of Michigan)
  4. Dynamical systems model of prosodic asymmetries in the co-expression of phrasal and segmental tone

    Authors:

    • Yoonjeong Lee (University of California, Los Angeles)
    • Louis Goldstein (University of Southern California)
    • Dani Byrd (University of Southern California)
  5. Listeners integrate pitch and durational cues to prosodic structure in word categorization

    Authors:

    • Jeremy Steffman (University of California, Los Angeles)
    • Sun-Ah Jun (University of California, Los Angeles)
  6. Low f0 as a creak attribute in Mandarin tone perception

    Authors:

    • Yaqian Huang (University of California, San Diego)
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Bowery
Sociophonetics

Presented Abstracts:

  1. A Theoretical and Statistical Investigation of Vowel Normalization Procedures

    Authors:

    • Santiago Barreda-Castanon (University of California, Davis)
  2. Vowel space area as sociolinguistic variable

    Authors:

    • Teresa Pratt (University of Duisburg-Essen)
  3. Monophthongization of /ay/ as a regional identity marker

    Authors:

    • Paul Reed (University of Alabama)
  4. Language and Place-based Identities for Mobile Speakers: A Case in China

    Authors:

    • Yuhan Lin (Ohio State University)
  5. “She sounds like the BBC”: Variation in production and perception of the low-back vowels in Singapore English

    Authors:

    • Rebecca Starr (National University of Singapore)
    • Helen Dominic (Georgetown University)
  6. Listening to trans+ voices: Trans-inclusive theory and practice for research on sex, gender, and the voice

    Authors:

    • Lal Zimman (University of California, Santa Barbara)
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Flatiron
Semantics I

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Color-naming evolution and efficiency: The case of Nafaanra

    Authors:

    • Noga Zaslavsky (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
    • Karee Garvin (University of California, Berkeley)
    • Charles Kemp (University of Melbourne)
    • Naftali Tishby (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
    • Terry Regier (University of California, Berkeley)
  2. The Restrictive/Appositive Distinction in Mandarin Relative Clauses Revisited

    Authors:

    • Yenan Sun (University of Chicago)
    • Jackie Y.-K. Lai (University of Chicago)
  3. Inconsistencies of the Consistency Test

    Authors:

    • Mary Moroney (Cornell University)
  4. On the role of conjunction in adjective ordering preferences

    Authors:

    • Cesar Manuel Rosales Jr. (University of California, Irvine)
    • Gregory Scontras (University of California, Irvine)
  5. Adverbs in Collective Conjunctions

    Authors:

    • Aron Hirsch (McGill University)
    • Uli Sauerland (Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft)
  6. On the Status of Concordantia Temporum in Spanish: An Experimental Approach

    Authors:

    • Gustavo Guajardo (Newcastle University)
    • Grant Goodall (University of California, San Diego)
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Gramercy
Morphology II

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Nominal concord in the world's languages

    Authors:

    • Mark Norris (University of Oklahoma)
  2. Learning nonconcatenative morphology with interpretable neural networks

    Authors:

    • Colin Wilson (Johns Hopkins University)
  3. Effects of Templatic Morphology on Segmental Recall

    Authors:

    • Maya Barzilai (Georgetown University)
  4. Morphology before phonology: A case study of Turoyo (Neo-Aramaic)

    Authors:

    • Laura Kalin (Princeton University)
  5. Extensive derivational lookahead in Finnish allomorph selection

    Authors:

    • Kaden Holladay (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  6. Morphological exceptionality and pathways of change: Multiple exponence in Kiranti

    Authors:

    • Parker Brody (Yale University)
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: New York East
Natives4Linguistics 2018 – Sharing Our Findings
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: New York West
Parallels between Verbal and Nominal Number
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Where: Park 1
NARNiHS Steering Group Meeting
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Riverside Suite
Round Table for Linguistics Department Chairs and Program Heads
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Park 1
NARNiHS General Meeting
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Where: Columbus Circle
Workshop on Applying for Linguistic Institute Fellowships
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Where: New York Ballroom East
LSA Business Meeting
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: Empire Ballroom
The Five-minute Linguist

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Style-shifting, Bilingualism, and the Koreatown Accent

    Authors:

    • Andrew Cheng (University of California, Berkeley)
  2. Phonologically motivated phonetic repair strategies in Siri- and human-directed speech

    Authors:

    • Michelle Cohn (University of California, Davis)
    • Bruno Ferenc Segedin (University of California, Davis)
    • Georgia Zellou (University of California, Davis)
  3. A Mereological Approach to Reduplicated Resultatives in O’dam

    Authors:

    • Kristin Denlinger (University of Texas at Austin)
    • Michael Everdell (University of Texas at Austin)
  4. Talking Place, Speaking Race: Topic-based style shifting in African American Language as an expression of place identity

    Authors:

    • Jessi Grieser (University of Tennessee)
  5. Gaze decouples from pointing as a result of grammaticalization: Evidence from Israeli Sign Language

    Authors:

    • Kate Mesh (University of Haifa)
    • Svetlana Dachkovsky (University of Haifa)
    • Rose Stamp (University of Haifa)
    • Wendy Sandler (University of Haifa)
  6. What Donald Trump's 'thoughts' reveal: An acoustic analysis of 45's coffee vowel

    Authors:

    • Jennifer Schechter (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York)
  7. Lexical frequency mediates compensation for coarticulation: Are the seeds of sound change word-specific?

    Authors:

    • Bruno Ferenc Segedin (University of California, Davis)
    • Georgia Zellou (University of California, Davis)
  8. Why we say stuff

    Authors:

    • Ai Taniguchi (Carleton University)
  9. Changes in Singular ‘They’

    Authors:

    • Kirby Conrod (University of Washington)
  10. Sign Form Convergence: Sources of Formal Similarity in Emergent Sign Systems

    Authors:

    • Laura Horton (University of Chicago)
    • Jason Riggle (University of Chicago)
  11. Does the plural always mean more than one?

    Authors:

    • Nikole Patson (Ohio State University)
When: Fri, Jan 4 @ 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Where: New York Ballroom East
Student Panel on Mentoring
Saturday - January 05, 2019
Session
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 7:30 am - 8:45 am
Where: Student Lounge (Carnegie East)
Committee Meeting: COSIAC
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 7:30 am - 8:45 am
Where: Columbus Circle
Committee on Student Issues and Concerns
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am
Where: Park 1
Ethics Committee: Open Hours for Feedback on Revised LSA Ethics Statement
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am
Where: Park 3
Committee on AP Linguistics
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Where: Park 4
Linguistics in Higher Education Committee (LiHEC)
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Where: Central Park East
Phonology and Phonetics

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Emergent phonological subfeatures from articulatory synergies: simulations of coronal palatalization

    Authors:

    • Hayeun Jang (University of Southern California)
  2. Neutralization in Xhosa’s ‘unnatural’ labial palatalization

    Authors:

    • Aaron Braver (Texas Tech University)
  3. The effect of linguistic experience on perceived vowel duration: Evidence from tone language speakers

    Authors:

    • Yu-an Lu (National Chiao Tung University)
    • Sang-Im Lee-Kim (National Chiao Tung University)
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Where: Central Park West
Phonetics I

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Articulatory patterns in contrasting nasal-stop sequences in Panará

    Authors:

    • Susan Lin (University of California, Berkeley)
    • Myriam Lapierre (University of California, Berkeley)
  2. An acoustic study of Hocank vowel epenthesis

    Authors:

    • Nancy Hall (California State University, Long Beach)
    • Elica Sue (California State University, Long Beach)
  3. Sensitivity to coarticulatory and social factors in American English sibilant categorization

    Authors:

    • Jacob B. Phillips (University of Chicago)
    • Paige Resnick (University of Chicago)
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Where: Lenox
Sociolinguistics

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Whts lngth got2 do w it: Character limit on Twitter and abbreviation strategies

    Authors:

    • Nora Morikawa (The Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Matt Garley (City University of New York)
  2. Localizing morphosyntactic variation in Welsh Twitter data

    Authors:

    • David Willis (University of Cambridge)
    • Tam Blaxter (University of Cambridge)
    • Adrian Leemann (Lancaster University)
    • Deepthi Gopal (University of Cambridge)
  3. Local dynamics of the perception-production link: Age-based patterns in a Chicago community

    Authors:

    • Annette D'Onofrio (Northwestern University)
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Where: Bowery
Morphology and Syntax

Presented Abstracts:

  1. ROOT- AND SEMIPHRASAL COMPOUNDS: A SYNTACTIC APPROACH

    Authors:

    • Katya Pertsova (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
    • Dimitrios Ntelitheos (United Arab Emirates University)
  2. Khoekhoe pronominal morphosyntax: gender on Root-attached little n

    Authors:

    • Naomi Lee (New York University)
  3. What counts as second-to-last? The case of the Uzbek question particle

    Authors:

    • Michael Donovan (University of Delaware)
    • Shakhlo Nematova (University of Delaware)
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Where: Flatiron
Sociolinguistics and Bilingualism

Presented Abstracts:

  1. The Role of Linguistic Context Likelihood in New York City Bilinguals’ Treatment of the Spanish Subjunctive

    Authors:

    • Joanna Birnbaum (Graduate Center, CUNY)
  2. Grammatical convergence or microvariation? Subject doubling in English in a French dominant town

    Authors:

    • Sali A. Tagliamonte (University of Toronto)
    • Bridget Jankowski (University of Toronto)
  3. Minstrel or grammar?: Invariant AM as a living feature of AAVE

    Authors:

    • John McWhorter (Columbia University)
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Where: Gramercy
Syntax II

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Split CP and the Ordering of Wh-Phrases in Yucatec Maya

    Authors:

    • Robert Ozier Smith (University of Florida)
  2. Adjective ordering in Tagalog: A cross-linguistic comparison of subjectivity-based preferences

    Authors:

    • Suttera Samonte (University of California, Irvine)
    • Gregory Scontras (University of California, Irvine)
  3. Dialects "haven’t got" to be the same: modal microvariation in English

    Authors:

    • Richard Stockwell (University of California, Los Angeles)
    • Carson T. Schütze (University of California, Los Angeles)
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Where: New York East
Exploring Social Approaches to Meaning: Issues at the Socio-pragmatics Interface
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Where: New York West
Global Ethnolinguistic Conflict: An Internet Encyclopedia Project
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 8:45 am - 10:00 am
Where: Park 2
Committee on the Status of Women in Linguistics (COSWL)
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Where: Park 4
Language Editors' Office Hours
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 10:15 am - 11:45 am
Where: Metropolitan Ballroom East
Saturday Morning Plenary Poster Session

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Software or Logiciel?: Evaluating Success of French Replacements for English Loanwords

    Authors:

    • Brendon Kaufman (University of Texas at Austin)
  2. Authentic Voices and Cosmopolitan Consumers: Social Meanings of Dubbed and Translated Media in Argentina

    Authors:

    • Mary-Caitlyn Valentinsson (University of Arizona)
  3. Inuktitut complex nominalization

    Authors:

    • Julien Carrier (University of Toronto)
  4. Transitive Subjects as Adjuncts in Montana Salish

    Authors:

    • Isabel McKay (University of Arizona)
  5. Generalizations and their exceptions: DOM in Romance diachrony

    Authors:

    • Monica-Alexandrina Irimia
    • Anna Pineda (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
  6. Transparent Free Relatives with 'Who': Support for a Unified Analysis

    Authors:

    • Carson T. Schütze (University of California, Los Angeles)
    • Richard Stockwell (University of California, Los Angeles)
  7. Control is not always control: Restructuring in Arabic

    Authors:

    • Yasser Albaty (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee/Qassim University)
  8. Partial wh-movement, cleft structure and the composition of wh-words in Indonesian

    Authors:

    • Helen Jeoung (University of Pennsylvania)
  9. Examining Argument-Adjunct Asymmetry of Island Effect in Mandarin Chinese

    Authors:

    • Jiayi Lu (Northwestern University)
    • Cynthia K. Thompson (Northwestern University)
    • Masaya Yoshida (Northwestern University)
  10. Multiple dependencies in the left-periphery: a novel argument in favor of the Crossing Constraint

    Authors:

    • Pilar Barbosa (University of Minho)
    • Carmo Lourenço-Gomes (University of Minho)
    • Sílvia Araújo (University of Minho)
    • Cecília Azevedo (University of Minho)
    • M. Emília Athayde (University of Minho)
  11. Revisiting the licensing condition of Amwu-in Korean

    Authors:

    • Sooyoung Bae (University of Maryland)
  12. Zero Morphology and Covert Structure in Sentence Processing

    Authors:

    • Alexandra Krauska (Northwestern University)
    • Masaya Yoshida (Northwestern University)
  13. Ergative agreement switch and unlicensed absolutives in Tsimshianic

    Authors:

    • Clarissa Forbes (University of Toronto)
  14. Now that is showing possession: Microvariation in possessive relative clauses

    Authors:

    • Jim Wood (Yale University)
    • Randi Martinez (Yale University)
  15. Chinese yes-no questions in a cross-dialectal perspective

    Authors:

    • Zhuo Chen (University of California, Los Angeles)
  16. The syntax of demonstratives in the Shetland dialect of Scots

    Authors:

    • E Jamieson (University of Edinburgh)
  17. Grammatical tone in Distributed Morphology

    Authors:

    • Marjorie Pak (Emory University)
  18. Polarity rules in Kobiana consonant mutation

    Authors:

    • John Merrill (University of California, Berkeley)
  19. Morphological feature deletion without metasyncretism

    Authors:

    • Rafael Abramovitz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    • Adam Albright (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  20. Suppletion and Locality Conditioning in Korean Multiple Verb Constructions

    Authors:

    • Soo-Hwan Lee (Sogang University)
    • Doo-Won Lee (Other)
  21. Account for variation of Mandarin nasal codas using the Selection-Coordination theory

    Authors:

    • Yanyu Long (Cornell University)
  22. The limited distribution of syllabic nasals in American English

    Authors:

    • Lisa Davidson (New York University)
    • Shmico Orosco (New York University)
    • Sheng-Fu Wang (New York University)
  23. Acoustic characterization of phonemic and allophonic glottal stops in Levantine Arabic

    Authors:

    • Sandy Abu El Adas (New York University)
    • Hung-Shao Cheng (New York University)
  24. Experimental evidence for perceptual hypercorrection in American r-dissimilation

    Authors:

    • Nancy Hall (California State University, Long Beach)
    • Bianca Godinez (California State University, Long Beach)
    • Megan Walsh (California State University, Long Beach)
    • Coleen Villegas (California State University, Long Beach)
  25. A phonetically-based phonological account of /s/ lenition in Salvadoran Spanish

    Authors:

    • Franny Brogan (Pomona College)
  26. Contextually determined variation in syllable repair strategies: Adapting English coda [m] into Standard Mandarin by monolinguals and bilinguals

    Authors:

    • Ho-Hsin Huang (Michigan State University)
    • Yen-Hwei Lin (Michigan State University)
  27. Yindjibarndi case suffix allomorphy as support for morphological subcategorization

    Authors:

    • Juliet Stanton (New York University)
  28. Learning lexical trends together with idiosyncrasy: MaxEnt versus the mixed logit

    Authors:

    • Jesse Zymet (University of California, Berkeley)
  29. Graduated Dissimilation Effects in Agreement By Correspondence

    Authors:

    • Roslyn Burns
  30. Tactile Phonology: the emergence of grammatical patterns in protactile communities in the United States

    Authors:

    • Terra Edwards (Saint Louis University)
    • Diane Brentari (University of Chicago)
  31. Articulatory correlates of retroflex and retroflex-nasalized vowels of Kalasha

    Authors:

    • Qandeel Hussain (North Carolina State University)
    • Jeff Mielke (North Carolina State University)
  32. The Effect of Linguistic Experience on the Perception of Talker Height from Speech

    Authors:

    • Santiago Barreda-Castanon (University of California, Davis)
    • Zoey Y. Liu (University of California, Davis)
  33. SPANISH-ENGLISH BILINGUALS’ PROCESSING OF SPANISH RELATIVE CLAUSES: AN ERP STUDY

    Authors:

    • Christen N. Madsen II (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Gita Martohardjono (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Cass Lowry (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Richard G. Schwartz (Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Martin Chodorow (Hunter College, The City University of New York)
  34. “You’re good at math for a woman”: An experimental analysis of gender-based microaggressions

    Authors:

    • Chigusa Kurumada (University of Rochester)
    • Bethany Gardner (Vanderbilt University)
  35. Pronouns in American Sign Language: Fully referentially specified but affected by pragmatics anyway

    Authors:

    • Anne Therese Frederiksen (University of California, San Diego)
    • Rachel I. Mayberry (University of California, San Diego)
  36. Revisiting the role of syllabicity in phoneme monitoring

    Authors:

    • Skye Anderson (University of Arizona)
  37. The interplay between lexico-syntactic information and prosodic structure

    Authors:

    • Nick Lester (University of California, Santa Barbara)
    • Argyro Katsika (University of California, Santa Barbara)
  38. Morphological priming without semantic relationship in Hebrew spoken word recognition

    Authors:

    • Jonathan Geary (University of Arizona)
    • Adam Ussishkin (University of Arizona)
  39. The Role of Brokering Experience in Divergent Thinking: Individual Differences in Nonverbal Creativity Measures

    Authors:

    • Paul Cockrum (University of Texas at Austin)
    • Andrea Tovar (University of Texas at El Paso)
    • Belem G. López (University of Texas)
  40. Learning to hear what isn’t there: Phonotactic knowledge and perceptual repair in L2 Spanish

    Authors:

    • Matthew Carlson (Pennsylvania State University)
  41. Artificial grammar learning reveals differences in L1 categorical and gradient constraint effects

    Authors:

    • Justin Craft (University of Michigan)
  42. Word Prosodic Typology and the Manifestation of Focus

    Authors:

    • Angeliki Athanasopoulou (University of Calgary)
    • Irene Vogel (University of Delaware)
  43. Gender and number Feature Reassembly in L2 Russian/L2 Bulgarian

    Authors:

    • Mila Tasseva-Kurktchieva (University of South Carolina)
    • Angelina Rubina (University of South Carolina)
  44. The Cognitive Benefits of Learning a Second Language in a Second Modality: A Cross-sequential Study of American Sign Language Learners

    Authors:

    • Kim Kurz (RIT-National Technical Institute for the Deaf)
    • Corrine Occhino (RIT-National Technical Institute for the Deaf)
  45. Prosodic evolution in the Papuan languages of Eastern Timor

    Authors:

    • Tyler M. Heston (Other)
  46. Promoting interest in science through inquiry-based learning in undergraduate linguistics: A case study

    Authors:

    • Nikole Patson (Ohio State University)
    • Tessa Warren (University of Pittsburgh)
  47. Two centuries of spreading language loss: A visual animation

    Authors:

    • Gary Simons (SIL International)
  48. Audience Design and Spatial Description in Tseltal Maya and English

    Authors:

    • Katharine Donelson (University at Buffalo)
    • Juergen Bohnemeyer (State University of New York at Buffalo)
  49. Spatial Information provided by Adults with and without Cognitive Impairment

    Authors:

    • Solveig Bosse (East Carolina University)
  50. Intervention and animacy: A look at relative clauses and sluices in child English

    Authors:

    • Victoria Mateu (University of California, Los Angeles)
    • Nina Hyams (University of California, Los Angeles)
  51. Acquisition of Raising Constructions by L1 Korean Speakers of L2 English

    Authors:

    • Jinsun Choe (Korea University of Technology and Education)
    • Kamil Deen (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
  52. The use of the discourse markers yaʕni and ʔinnu: in Syrian Arabic

    Authors:

    • Rania Habib (Syracuse University)
  53. Prototype shifts: Inter-generational cultural conceptualizations in the Spanish mental lexicon of a Chilean diaspora community

    Authors:

    • Maryann Parada (California State University, Bakersfield)
  54. Sign Form Convergence: Sources of Formal Similarity in Emergent Sign Systems

    Authors:

    • Laura Horton (University of Chicago)
    • Jason Riggle (University of Chicago)
  55. Data collection reciprocity as service-in-return: A case study in working with community partners

    Authors:

    • Derek Denis (University of Toronto)
    • Alexandra Motut (University of Toronto)
  56. Personae in Spreading Activation and False Memory

    Authors:

    • Zion Mengesha (Stanford University)
    • Simon Todd (Stanford University)
    • Meghan Sumner (Stanford University)
  57. Style-shifting, Bilingualism, and the Koreatown Accent

    Authors:

    • Andrew Cheng (University of California, Berkeley)
  58. Linking gender, sexuality, and affect: Evidence from post-tonic lengthening

    Authors:

    • Lewis Esposito (Stanford University)
  59. Can Heritage Speakers Innovate Allophonic Splits Due to Contact?

    Authors:

    • Holman Tse (University of Pittsburgh)
  60. Personae and Stereotype in Scalar Implicature

    Authors:

    • Christian Brickhouse (Stanford University)
    • Zion Mengesha (Stanford University)
    • Brandon Waldon (Stanford University)
  61. Markedness, Rationality, and Social Meaning

    Authors:

    • Eric Acton (Eastern Michigan University)
    • Heather Burnett (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS))
  62. Grammatical and social leveling in a peripheral dialect

    Authors:

    • Sara Loss (Oklahoma State University)
  63. A Unified Contrastive Analysis of Lateral Shift in ASL

    Authors:

    • Taylor Joyce (Harvard University)
  64. What do comparatives with plurals mean?

    Authors:

    • Alexis Wellwood (University of Southern California)
    • Paul Pietroski (Rutgers University)
  65. Intonation and evaluation with some-exclamatives

    Authors:

    • Curt Anderson (Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf)
    • Kurt Erbach (Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf)
    • Ruben van de Vijver (Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf)
  66. Negating depictive modifiers in sign language and in co-speech gesture

    Authors:

    • Christina Zlogar (Harvard University)
    • Kate Henninger (Harvard University)
    • Kathryn Davidson (Harvard University)
  67. Testing Mixed Influences on Reference Resolution in Persian

    Authors:

    • Dennis Storoshenko (University of Calgary)
    • Elias Abdollahnejad (University of Calgary)
  68. Quantificational force of Hungarian NPIs: evidence from adverbial scope

    Authors:

    • Mai Ha Vu (University of Delaware)
  69. Word order patterns in generic ‘zero-subject’ constructions in Finnish: Insights from speech-act participants

    Authors:

    • Elsi Kaiser (University of Southern California)
  70. Ideological presupposition in the 2016 Trump-Clinton debates

    Authors:

    • Emily A E Williams (University of Texas at Arlington)
  71. Pragmatic Strength and (Lack of) Negative Concord

    Authors:

    • Scott Schwenter (Ohio State University)
    • Kendra Dickinson (Ohio State University)
    • Luana Lamberti (Ohio State University)
  72. Peaches and eggplants or… something else? The role of context in emoji interpretations

    Authors:

    • Benjamin Weissman (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
  73. Rigidness and Flexibility in the Ergative Splits of Nepali

    Authors:

    • Luke Lindemann (Yale University)
  74. Full reduplication for nominal plurality is not inflectional: a cross-linguistic survey

    Authors:

    • Lily Kwok (University of Connecticut)
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 11:45 am - 12:45 pm
Where: New York Ballroom East
Pop-Up Mentoring Meet-Up
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Central Park East
Historical Linguistics and Grammar

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Family-level domain knowledge improves automated cognate alignment

    Authors:

    • Edith Kirlew (University of Queensland)
    • Erich Round (University of Queensland)
  2. Lexical tone and the Comparative Method: Distinguishing innovation, retention, and chance resemblance

    Authors:

    • Rikker Dockum (Yale University)
  3. Investigating Acquisition in Unattested Dead Languages

    Authors:

    • Jordan Kodner (University of Pennsylvania)
  4. Perception verbs in Ancient Greek

    Authors:

    • Silvia Luraghi (University of Pavia)
  5. Unaccusative active verbs do not lack a Voice layer: The morphosyntax of Hittite “voice reversal”

    Authors:

    • Anthony Yates (University of California, Los Angeles)
  6. Variation in Philippine Hybrid Hokkien nominal affixation

    Authors:

    • Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales (University of Michigan)
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Central Park West
SocioPhonology and SocioPragmatics

Presented Abstracts:

  1. The role of social network and social identity in language change

    Authors:

    • Betsy Sneller (Georgetown University)
  2. Acoustic evidence of phonemicization: Lax high vowels in Quebec French

    Authors:

    • Jeffrey Lamontagne (McGill University)
  3. English (r) among Tamil Singaporeans: Variation, change, and the performance of ethnic identity in a postcolonial English

    Authors:

    • Rebecca Starr (National University of Singapore)
    • Brinda Balasubramaniam (National University of Singapore)
  4. Iconicity, corrections, precision. The social meaning of pragmatic detail.

    Authors:

    • Andrea Beltrama (University of Paris 7, Denis Diderot)
  5. Consequence markers in Canadian French: A longitudinal cross-variety comparison of sociopragmatic variation

    Authors:

    • Hélène Blondeau (University of Florida)
    • Raymond Mougeon (York University)
    • Mireille Tremblay (Université de Montréal)
  6. Optional You and the Invocation of Shared Identity in Levantine Arabic

    Authors:

    • Youssef Haddad (University of Florida)
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Lenox
Syntax and Morphology II

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Crop to fit: Pronoun size and its relation to strict/sloppy identity and animacy

    Authors:

    • Adrian Stegovec (University of Connecticut)
  2. On the Syntax of Addressee Agreement and Indexical Shift in Magahi

    Authors:

    • Mark Baker (Rutgers University)
    • Deepak Alok (Rutgers University)
  3. The cyclic nature of Agree: Maximal projections as probes

    Authors:

    • Emily Clem (University of California, Berkeley)
  4. Lithuanian Evidentials and Passives of Evidentials

    Authors:

    • Julie Anne Legate (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Milena Šereikaitė (University of Pennsylvania)
  5. On the interaction of Merger and copy spell-out: Insights from Inuktitut noun incorporation

    Authors:

    • Michelle Yuan (University of Chicago)
  6. Idiosyncratic case is not lexical: evidence from Uyghur-Chinese code switching

    Authors:

    • Alexander Sugar (University of Washington)
    • Zaoreguli Abulimiti (Shaanxi Normal University)
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Bowery
Phonetics II

Presented Abstracts:

  1. The contributions of crosslinguistic influence and individual differences to nonnative speech perception

    Authors:

    • Charles B. Chang (Boston University)
    • Sungmi Kwon (Pukyong National University)
  2. Non-native consonant clusters are learned gradually – before and after phonemic accuracy is achieved

    Authors:

    • Adam Buchwald (New York University)
  3. Aspiration vs. Voicing: Evidence from Audio-Tactile Integration in Speech Perception

    Authors:

    • Dolly Goldenberg (Yale University)
    • Mark K. Tiede (Haskins Laboratories)
    • D. H. Whalen (Haskins Laboratories)
  4. Lexical knowledge does not improve discriminability: Testing interactive models

    Authors:

    • John Kingston (University of Massachusetts)
  5. Phonologically motivated phonetic repair strategies in Siri- and human-directed speech

    Authors:

    • Michelle Cohn (University of California, Davis)
    • Bruno Ferenc Segedin (University of California, Davis)
    • Georgia Zellou (University of California, Davis)
  6. Using knowledge of L1 dialects to adapt to phonetic variation in an L2

    Authors:

    • Alexander McAllister (Pennsylvania State University)
    • Matthew T. Carlson (Pennsylvania State University)
    • James M. McQueen (Radboud University Nijmegen)
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Flatiron
Semantics II

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Some Issues with Sluicing as Anaphora to Issues

    Authors:

    • Matthew Barros (Washington University in St Louis)
    • Hadas Kotek (Yale University)
  2. No individual comparison in Navajo: Evidence from quantificational standards

    Authors:

    • Elizabeth Bogal-Allbritten (University of Göteborg)
    • Elizabeth Coppock (Boston University)
  3. On Supererogation

    Authors:

    • WooJin Chung (New York University)
  4. Endorsement of Inconsistent Imperatives

    Authors:

    • Cleo Condoravdi (Stanford University)
    • Rebecca Jarvis (Harvard University)
    • Sunwoo Jeong (Stanford University)
  5. Epistemic Adverbs that can/cannot be Embedded under Imperatives

    Authors:

    • Yuto Hirayama (Osaka University)
    • Shun Ihara (Osaka University)
  6. Are bare adverbial responses derived by ellipsis? Definitely.

    Authors:

    • Margaret Kroll (University of California, Santa Cruz)
    • Tom Roberts (University of California, Santa Cruz)
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Gramercy
Language Acquisition and Social Meaning

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Language Assessment in a Multilingual Society: A Prototype for Mandarin-Speaking Preschoolers

    Authors:

    • Jennifer Chard (The Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Gita Martohardjono (The Graduate Center, CUNY)
    • Isabelle Barriere (Long Island University, Brooklyn)
    • Gisela Jia (Lehman College, City University of New York)
  2. Direct and Indirect Scalar Implicatures in Second Language Acquisition: An Experiment on sometimes and not always

    Authors:

    • Shuo Feng (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
    • Jacee Cho (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
  3. Experience with a linguistic variant affects the acquisition of its sociolinguistic meaning: An alien-language-learning experiment

    Authors:

    • Wei Lai (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Peter Racz (University of Bristol)
    • Gareth Roberts (University of Pennsylvania)
  4. ‘New speakers’ of Basque, language contact and social meaning

    Authors:

    • Itxaso Rodriguez-Ordonez (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
  5. Style Embedded: Jobs, Social Categories, and Stylistic Variation

    Authors:

    • Jon Forrest (Indiana University)
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: New York East
Datablitz: Experimental Approaches to Cross-linguistic Variation in Island Phenomena
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 2:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Where: Park 4
Committee on Scholarly Communication in Linguistics
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Liberty 3
Linguistics Beyond Academia Special Interest Group Career Mixer
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 6:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Where: Empire Ballroom
Awards Ceremony
When: Sat, Jan 5 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Where: Empire Ballroom
Presidential Address: Penny Eckert (Stanford University): The Limits of Meaning
Sunday - January 06, 2019
Session
When: Sun, Jan 6 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am
Where: Park 1
Ethics Committee Meeting
When: Sun, Jan 6 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Where: Park 3
Program Committee Meeting
When: Sun, Jan 6 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Where: Park 2
Endangered Language Fund Annual Meeting
When: Sun, Jan 6 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Where: Central Park East
Psycholinguistics of Syntax and Semantics

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Pronouns over gaps in parsing? The Subject Relative Clause Advantage in Santiago Laxopa Zapotec

    Authors:

    • Steven Foley (University of California, Santa Cruz)
    • Jed Pizarro-Guevara (University of California, Santa Cruz)
    • Kelsey Sasaki (University of California, Santa Cruz)
    • Maziar Toosarvandani (University of California, Santa Cruz)
    • Matthew Wagers (University of California, Santa Cruz)
  2. Emergent clusters of subjective adjectives: On the importance of experienced judges

    Authors:

    • Elsi Kaiser (University of Southern California)
    • Jesse Storbeck (University of Southern California)
  3. Processing of different kind of fillers: Reactivated Fillers vs. Active Fillers

    Authors:

    • Nayoun Kim (Northwestern University)
    • Laurel Brehm (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics)
    • Patrick Sturt (University of Edinburgh)
    • Masaya Yoshida (Northwestern University)
  4. Pronoun Resolution with Referential and Quantificational Antecedents in Vietnamese

    Authors:

    • Thuy Bui (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  5. The syntax-to-semantics mapping in real-time language production: A view from psych verbs

    Authors:

    • Monica Do (University of Southern California)
    • Elsi Kaiser (University of Southern California)
  6. Processing Negative Concord and Double Negation in Context: An Eye-Tracking Study

    Authors:

    • Frances Blanchette (Pennsylvania State University)
    • Cynthia Lukyanenko (George Mason University)
    • Katherine Muschler (Pennsylvania State University)
  7. Neural correlates of verb phrase composition: Evidence from MEG

    Authors:

    • Songhee Kim (New York University)
    • Liina Pylkkänen (New York University)
When: Sun, Jan 6 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Where: Central Park West
Syntax III

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Reconstructing Clitic Doubling

    Authors:

    • Nikolaos Angelopoulos
  2. Inalienable Relational Nouns and Logophors

    Authors:

    • Hezao Ke (University of Michigan)
  3. Testing the Phase Head Hypothesis in Spanish/English code-switching

    Authors:

    • Bradley Hoot (DePaul University)
    • Shane Ebert (University of Illinois at Chicago)
  4. Objectless Locative Prepositions in British English

    Authors:

    • Richard Stockwell (University of California, Los Angeles)
    • Carson T. Schütze (University of California, Los Angeles)
  5. The Reversible Core of ObjExp, Location, and Govern-Type Verbs

    Authors:

    • Michael Wilson (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  6. Syntactic ergativity as absolutive movement in Polynesian

    Authors:

    • Lauren Clemens (State University of New York at Albany)
    • Rebecca Tollan (University of Toronto)
  7. Exhortative clauses in Scots

    Authors:

    • Craig Sailor (University of Tromsø)
    • Gary Thoms (University of Glasgow)
When: Sun, Jan 6 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Where: Lenox
Syntax IV

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Indefinite Object Drop in Modern Greek: Argument ellipsis versus verb-stranding ellipsis

    Authors:

    • Eleftherios Paparounas (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Ioanna Sitaridou (University of Cambridge)
  2. VP-fronting in Imere and the stranding problem

    Authors:

    • Coppe van Urk (Queen Mary, University of London)
  3. Resolving conflicts between locality and anti-locality: evidence from Luganda and Haya

    Authors:

    • Kenyon Branan (National University of Singapore)
  4. Partitive Case and abstract licensing in Kinande

    Authors:

    • Patricia Schneider Zioga (California State University, Fullerton)
    • Monica-Alexandrina Irimia (University of Toronto)
  5. Long-distance relativization in Tibetan

    Authors:

    • Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine (National University of Singapore)
  6. Agreement and Unlocking at the Edge

    Authors:

    • Kenyon Branan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    • Colin Davis (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  7. Optimal Linearization: Word and affix order with Optimality Theory

    Authors:

    • Leland Kusmer (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
When: Sun, Jan 6 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Where: Bowery
Morphology III

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Nonce-loan judgments and impossible-nativization effects in Japanese

    Authors:

    • Jennifer L. Smith (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
    • Yuka Tashiro (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
  2. Asymmetries in Cross-Height Rounding Harmony

    Authors:

    • Caitlin Smith (University of Southern California)
  3. The Rise of a Lexical Accent System: Stress in Italian and Brazilian Portuguese Verbs and Derived Nouns

    Authors:

    • Simone Harmath-de Lemos (Cornell University)
    • Francesco Burroni (Cornell University)
  4. Beyond ‘Double Contact’: Arguments for a New Prosodic Type in Sign Languages

    Authors:

    • Hope Morgan (University of Haifa)
  5. A cyclic account of a trigger-target asymmetry in concatenative vs. replacive tone

    Authors:

    • Nicholas Rolle (University of California, Berkeley)
  6. Morphophonological gradience in Korean n-insertion

    Authors:

    • Jongho Jun (Seoul National University)
  7. The role of f0 in contrastive enhancement of stop voicing in conversational English

    Authors:

    • Noah Nelson (University of Arizona)
When: Sun, Jan 6 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Where: Flatiron
Semantics III

Presented Abstracts:

  1. Farsi Fake Indexicals & embedded T Agreement: Predication Matters!

    Authors:

    • Rodica Ivan (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
    • Zahra Mirrazi (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
  2. Counterfactuality, focus, and embedded exhaustification

    Authors:

    • Julie Goncharov (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
    • Monica Alexandrina Irimia
  3. Obligatory particles trigger presuppositions in Hurford conditionals

    Authors:

    • Jonathon Coltz (University of Minnesota)
    • Jason Overfelt (University of Minnesota)
    • Brian Reese (University of Minnesota)
  4. On loss of ignorance under the universal quantifier: evidence from the scope of Exh

    Authors:

    • Weerasooriya Weerasooriya (University of Ottawa)
  5. Domain Restrictions in Bangla Concealed Questions

    Authors:

    • Diti Bhadra (Harvard University)
    • Jon Ander Mendia (Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf)
  6. Disjunction scope can be lexically encoded: Evidence from Tiwa

    Authors:

    • Virginia Dawson (University of California, Berkeley)
  7. Direct Evidentiality and Focus in Southern Aymara

    Authors:

    • Gabriel Martinez Vera (University of Connecticut)
When: Sun, Jan 6 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Where: Gramercy
Language Documentation

Presented Abstracts:

  1. A Robin Hood approach to Forced Alignment: English-trained algorithms and their use on Australian languages

    Authors:

    • Sarah Babinski (Yale University)
    • Rikker Dockum (Yale University)
    • Dolly Goldenberg (Yale University)
    • J Hunter Craft (Yale University)
    • Anelisa Fergus (Yale University)
    • Claire Bowern (Yale University)
  2. A temporal ultrasound study of lenition in Iwaidja

    Authors:

    • Christopher Carignan (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
    • Jason Shaw (Yale University)
    • Tonya Agostini (University of Western Sydney)
    • Robert Mailhammer (University of Western Sydney)
    • Mark Harvey (University of Newcastle)
    • Donald Derrick (University of Canterbury)
  3. Menominee Sibilants

    Authors:

    • Andrea Cudworth (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
  4. Beyond (Dis-)Confirmation: The Interpretive Value of Reproducible Research

    Authors:

    • Lise Dobrin (University of Virginia)
    • Saul Schwartz (University of California, Berkeley)
  5. Gaze decouples from pointing as a result of grammaticalization: Evidence from Israeli Sign Language

    Authors:

    • Kate Mesh (University of Haifa)
    • Svetlana Dachkovsky (University of Haifa)
    • Rose Stamp (University of Haifa)
    • Wendy Sandler (University of Haifa)
  6. On the Origins of Evidentiality: Evidence from Kurtöp

    Authors:

    • Gwendolyn Hyslop (Sydney University)
  7. Documenting the Kere Community’s Indigenous Languages: Kere & Sinasina Sign Language

    Authors:

    • Samantha Rarrick (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
When: Sun, Jan 6 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Where: New York West
Inside Segments
When: Sun, Jan 6 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Where: New York East
Exploring Nanosyntax
When: Sun, Jan 6 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Where: Park 2
Endangered Language Fund Office Hours