Talk Shop – Mondays, 12:20-1:10 PM Bous A106

Spring 2018 Calendar

Date Presenter Title Discussant
Aug 27/Sept 3 & 10 Monday, 8/27: Scheduling, and meeting w/ the NBL Executive Committee and current students, including students interested in learning about the NBL graduate certificate; the presentation schedule will be set for the Fall term in addition to discussion regarding available NBL support and planning for the coming year. (All faculty are welcome to attend).

Monday, 9/3: Labor Day – No Meeting

Monday, 9/10: NBL faculty meeting w/ the NBL Executive Committee; students do not need to attend. We encourage all faculty currently involved, or who want to become involved, to attend this meeting to discuss NBL support and planning for the coming year.

September 17 Vivi Tecoulesco ABR and Language in Typically Developing Children and Children with ASD Meaghan Perdue
September 24 Nikole Giovannone Prosodic phrase boundary processing in native signers of ASL Rachel Theodore
October 1 Monica Li In Search of Evidence for Top-Down Feedback in Speech Perception: Can top-down lexical influences explain a paradox in the structure of lexical perceptual space? Liz Simmons
October 8 Gianna D Bilinguals’ double phonemic boundary shift: Not one of normal nature Hannah Mechtenberg
October 15 Pam Fuhrmeister Memory consolidation in learning second language speech contrasts Sahil Luthra
October 22 No Talk Shop
October 29 Charles Davis/Hannah Morrow How to Name Your Alien: Effects of sound symbolism on a drawing task Kyra Krass
November 5 Dan Weiss from Penn State Statistical learning of multiple inputs: The role of context and the impact of bilingualism Letty Naigles
November 12 Kyra Krass The Influence of Cognitive Control and Bilingual Experience on Event Processing Yanina Prystauka
November 19 Thanksgiving Break – No Meeting
November 26 Dave Saltzman Neural Decoding of Articulable and Inarticulable Sounds Nick Monto
December 3 Emma Nguyen ERP satiation & syntactic islands Chris Heffner