20 years of Experimental Pragmatics Symposium   The Symposium is organized for celebrating 20 years since the publication of two seminal works (co)authored by Ira Noveck that contributed to shape the research field of experimental pragmatics:   “When children are more logical than adults: experimental investigations of scalar implicature” (Noveck 2001, Cognition) “The Costs and […]

ILST Seminar: William Schuler

November 12, 2021
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

William Schuler Computational Cognitive Modeling Lab Department of Linguistics Ohio State University   Are syntactic categories real?   People can express novel, precise complex ideas — plans with sophisticated contingencies, predictive models of interrelated uncertain events, and more — which seems to suggest a formal, compositional semantics in which sentences are divided into categories with […]

Join us for a Q&A with Penn graduate students. Learn about their experiences regarding finding good-fit programs and potential mentors, the application process itself, and all that follows.   Panelists: Ana Alonso – Biology Victor Gomes – Psychology Anne Park – Psychology Camille Testard – Neuroscience