Jennifer Arnold Departments of Psychology and Neuroscience UNC Chapel Hill Discourse level adaptation: what categories are important? Language processing is adaptive; even adults adjust their biases to the most frequent structures in the local context (e.g., Thothariri & Snedeker, 2008; Fine et al., 2013). Such adaptation even occurs at the discourse level, where […]
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Sarah Solomon Schapiro Lab University of Pennsylvania Title and abstract forthcoming A pizza lunch willl be served.
We will also stream this seminar via Zoom. For the link, please contact us: email@example.com Shawniqua Williams Roberson Department of Neurology Vanderbilt University Medical Center Altered Reality from the Outside Looking In: Pathogenesis, Biomarkers and Outcomes of Delirium Of approximately 6 million admissions to intensive care units (ICUs) in the United States […]
Join us for mini-talks by ILST trainees. Annika Heuser – “Information theoretic voicing hypothesis generation” Phonemic voicing contrasts differ cross-linguistically, both in terms of the nature of the contrasts and their phonetic realizations. Children must learn which perceptual cues are helpful for distinguishing voiced vs. voiceless phonemes as they are realized in various […]
James Bourne Chief, Section on Cellular and Cognitive Neurodevelopment NIMH “Maturation of pulvinocortical circuits and their role in establishment of cortical form and function”