Elizabeth Kellogg Donald Danforth Plant Science Center   Unexpected Diversity of Grass Abscission Zone   Abscission is a process in which plants shed their parts, and is mediated by a particular set of cells, the abscission zone (AZ).  In grasses (Poaceae), the position of the AZ differs among species, leading to the hypothesis that AZ formation […]

This seminar has been cancelled. Brian Skyrms Department of Logic and Philosophy Science University of California, Irvine   From Democritus to Signaling Networks   Can meaningful communication arise spontaneously? 1. Investigation in the simplest signaling model. 2. Are the results Robust? 3. Can the game itself evolve? 4. Signaling Networks   A pizza lunch will […]

ILST Seminar: Ava Creemers

February 14, 2020
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Ava Creemers Department of Linguistics UPenn   Morphological and semantic processing of semantically opaque prefixed verbs in Dutch   A major research theme in psycholinguistics concerns the representation of morphological structure in the mental lexicon. A confound in examining specifically morphological relations is the natural meaning relation between morphological relatives. Therefore, in this talk, I […]