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PAST EVENTS 2019

08.01.2019 [NeuroKolloquium] Susanne Fuchs (ZAS): Changes and challenges in explaining speech variation: A brief review
14.15 Golm, Haus 14, 2.15/16 

15.01.2019 [NeuroKolloquium] Nora Fieder (HU): Der Einfluss der semantischen Nachbarschaftsdichte und der semantischen Nachbarschaftsnähe auf das Bennenen bei Aphasie
14.15 Golm, Haus 14, 2.15/16

17.01.2019 [Typical and atypical language acquisition]  Prof. Dr. Theo Marinis (University of Konstanz): Multilingual Education in India: Effects of Language of Instruction on Educational Outcomes
12.30 Golm, Haus 14, 2.15/16

24.01.2019 [Typical and atypical language acquisition]  Rebecca Frost (MPI, NL): Statistical Learning in infants and adults, and its relationship with language development
12.30 Golm, Haus 14, 2.15/16

WS 18/19 [Syn-Sem Kolloquium] doreengeorgi.com/Colloquium/SynSemColl_1819.pdf
16.15 Golm, Haus 14, 0.35

18.01.2018 [Typical and atypical language acquisition] Anastasiya Lopukhina (Center for Language and Brain NRU HSE, Moscow): Good-enough sentence processing in adolescents
13.00 Golm, Haus 14, 2.15/16

31.01.2019 [Typical and atypical language acquisition]  Anna-Lena Scherger (University of Hildesheim): Acquisition of German case marking in bilingual school children with and without SLI
12.15 Golm, Haus 14, 2.15/16

07.02.2019 [Typical and atypical language acquisition]  Nina Niggeman (University of Marburg):  Lexical Processing in Typical and Language-Delayed Toddlers and Adults --A Longitudinal ERP Study
12.30 Golm, Haus 14, 2.15/16

07.02.2019 [11th SFB colloquium] Prof. Dr. Stephen Lindsay: Psychology´s Renaissance: Progress toward Transparency and Replicaility
16.15 Golm, Haus 10, 0.25

05.03.2018 [Syn-Sem Kolloquium] Peter Jenks (UC Berkeley): Pronominal distinctions as definiteness distinctions
16.15 Golm, Haus 14, 0.35

22.03.2019 [12th SFB colloquium] Prof. Dr. Martin Hilpert: Using token-based semantic vector spaces for corpus-linguistic analyses
12.15 Golm, Haus 29, 0.26

23.04.2018 [Syn-Sem Kolloquium] Malte Zimmermann & Mary Amaechi (UP): One, but not the same - the event semantics of
serial verb constructions in Igbo
16.15 Golm, Haus 14, 0.35

25.04.2019 [Typical and atypical language acquisition]  Alan Langus (Potsdam): The quality of
distributional cues in child-directed speech across developmental milestones: A cross-linguistic corpus study
12.30 Golm, Haus 14, 2.15/16

02.05.2019 [Typical and atypical language acquisition]  Tom Fritzsche (Potsdam): Only the right noise? Effects of phonetic and visual input variability on 14-month-olds' minimal pair word learning
12.30 Golm, Haus 14, 2.15/16

07.05.2019 [Syn-Sem Kolloquium] Dr Reginald Akuoko Duah (HU & UG-Legon): Coordination tense, focus and the road in between: the case of the particle 'na' in Akan
16.15 Golm, Haus 14, 0.09

02.05.2019 [Typical and atypical language acquisition]  Tom Fritzsche (Potsdam): Only the right noise? Effects of phonetic and visual input variability on 14-month-olds' minimal pair word learning
12.30 Golm, Haus 14, 2.15/16

07.05.2019 [Syn-Sem Kolloquium] Dr Reginald Akuoko Duah (HU & UG-Legon): Coordination tense, focus and the road in between: the case of the particle 'na' in Akan
16.15 Golm, Haus 14, 0.09

02.05.2019 [Typical and atypical language acquisition]  Tom Fritzsche (Potsdam): Only the right noise? Effects of phonetic and visual input variability on 14-month-olds' minimal pair word learning
12.30 Golm, Haus 14, 2.15/16

07.05.2019 [Syn-Sem Kolloquium] Dr Reginald Akuoko Duah (HU & UG-Legon): Coordination tense, focus and the road in between: the case of the particle 'na' in Akan
16.15 Golm, Haus 14, 0.09

08.05.2019 [CL colloquium] Alan Nichol (RASA, Berlin): Shipping applied research in conversational AI
14.15 Golm, Haus 14, 0.09

09.05.2019 [Typical and atypical language acquisition]  Sofia Strazzari (UP): MSc Thesis: How do children come to master sentences? The impact of animacy and number dissimilarities on the comprehension of SVO vs. OVS simple transitive sentences in German-speaking preschool children.
12.30 Golm, Haus 14, 2.15/16

10.05.2019 [13th SFB colloquium] Prof. Dr. Brian Dillon (UMass, Amherst, USA): The real-time computation of agreement dependencies: The view from acceptability judgments
12.15 Golm, Haus 29, 0.26

14.05.2019 [CL colloquium] Sabrina Stehwien (U Stuttgart): Prosodic Event Detection using Neural Networks for Speech, Understanding
9.15 Golm, IKMZ, Besprechungsraum im Foyer

15.05.2019 [CL colloquium] Shlomi Hod (Potsdam): Using Ethically Toolkit to Measure and De-bias Gender Bias in Words Embedding
14.15 Golm, Haus 14, 0.09