Presentations

Author(s)Affiliation(s)Title
Blevins, James P. & Farrell AckermanUniversity of Cambridge, UCSDAn entropy-based measure of morphological information
Divjak, DagmarUniversity of SheffieldModeling aspectual choice in Polish modal constructions. A corpus-based quest for the holy grail?
Duffield, Nigel; Ayumi Matsuo; and Leah RobertsUniversity of Sheffield, Max Planck Institute for PsycholinguisticsOn-line reading (eye-tracking) data from native speakers and second language learners support the theoretical distinction between VP-ellipsis and VP-anaphora
Felici, Annarita & Paul PalUniversity of LondonA probabilistic approach to language structure
Glynn, DylanUniversity of LeuvenClusters and Correspondences. A comparison of two exploratory statistical techniques for semantic description
Hammarström, HaraldChalmers University of Technology Basic Word order frequencies and transition probabilities in the languages of the world
Holman, Eric W.; Søren Wichmann; Cecil H. Brown; Viveka Velupillai; André Müller; and Dik BakkerASJP Consortium, University of Antwerp/Lancaster, UCLA, Northern Illinois University, Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Leipzig UniversityAdvances in automated language classification
Kaiser, Elsi & Jeffrey RunnerUniversity of Southern California, University of RochesterPronouns, reflexives and something in-between: A cross-linguistic investigation of reference resolution in Finnish, German and Dutch
Keuleers, EmmanuelUniversity of AntwerpPredicting exceptions is harmful
Kuperman, Viktor; Mirjam Ernestus; and R. Harald BaayenRadboud University Nijmegen, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, University of AlbertaFrequency distributions of uniphones, diphones and triphones in spontaneous speech
Omaki, Akira; Anastasia Marie Conroy; and Jeffrey LidzUniversity of MarylandAn experimental investigation of referential/nonreferential asymmetries in syntactic reconstruction
Schnoebelen, TylerStanford UniversityMeasuring compositionality in phrasal verbs
Speelman, Dirk & Dirk GeeraertsUniversity of LeuvenPutting the (in)direct causation hypothesis to the test: a quantitative study of Dutch doen 'make' and laten 'let'
Theijssen, Daphne; Nelleke Oostdijk; Hans van Halteren; and Lou BovesRadboud University NijmegenModeling the English dative construction in varied written and spoken text
Vandekerckhove, Bram; Emmanuel Keuleers; and Dominiek SandraUniversity of AntwerpThe role of phonological distance and relative support in the productivity of the Dutch simple past tense
Zeldes, Amir; Anke Lüdeling; and Hagen HirschmannHumboldt-University in BerlinWhat's hard? Quantitative evidence for difficult constructions in German learner data

Posters

Author(s)Affiliation(s)Title
Enghels, RenataUniversity of GhentHow word order frequencies reveal cognitive schemes: a Romance case study
Fenk, August & Gertraud Fenk-OczlonAlps-Adriatic University of KlagenfurtWord order and frequency
Grondelaers, Stefan; Dirk Speelman and Roeland van HoutRadboud University Nijmegen, University of LeuvenConstructional near-synonymy, individual variation, grammaticality judgments – and the devil's advocate
Jakic, Milena; Aleksandar Kostic; and Dusica Filipovic DjurdjevicUniversity of Belgrade, University of Novi SadThe influence of the word connection type on the facilitation effect in the lexical decision task
Kaiser, ElsiUniversity of Southern CaliforniaLooking past the pronoun
Melikeshvili, IrineTbilisi State UniversityQuantitative relationships of phonemes and markedness hierarchies of the features voiced/voiceless and front/back
Sellgren, ElinaUniversity of TampereExploring competing patterns of verb complementation with electronic corpora
Serbezova-Martínez, LilianaNorwegian University for Science and TechnologyTwo types of verbs of turning in Bulgarian