NYU Neurolinguists will be giving the following presentations at the 2017 Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language in Baltimore, Maryland on Nov 8-10, 2017:
Alicia Parrish, Kaylin Smith & Alan Beretta: Incremental working memory effects across consecutive nominal constituents: An ERP study.
Alicia Parrish, Patrick Kelley, Kaylin Smith, Yan Cong & Alan Beretta: Prosodic lengthening and boundary prediction in nominal compounds: An ERP study.
Kaylin Smith, Alicia Parrish & Alan Beretta: Incremental commitment and revision in Icelandic compound processing.
Esti Blanco-Elorrieta, Karen Emmorey & Liina Pylkkanen: Turning a language “off” is cognitively effortful, but turning a language “on” is not: MEG evidence from bimodal language switching. (Winner of the best abstract award)
Graham Flick & Liina Pylkkänen: In search of syntax: The case of English post-nominal modification
Songhee Kim & Liina Pylkkänen: Quick and easy composition of event concepts in the left (but not the right) anterior temporal lobe