On Monday May 2, 2022, linguistics major undergraduates Marc Capizzi, Dan DeGenaro, Emily Knick, Thomas Morton, Hannah Parrott, and Fengyue (Lisa) Zhao presented talks on their research at our 1st Annual Undergraduate Research Talks!
Their talks were entitled (in the order presented):
Examining the perceived meanings of African American English Dialect Aspectual Markers Dan DeGenaro
Probabilistic Listener: A Case of Reflexive ziji “self”: Ambiguity Resolution in Mandarin Fengyue (Lisa) Zhao
Vocal Development on Testosterone-based HRT Marc Capizzi
Prevoicing Loss and the [voice] Contrast in the Production of Tokyo Japanese Plosives Emily Knick
Children’s Acquisition of Extraposed Sentences Hannah Parrott
The Cat’s (and) Dog’s Bear: Children’s Planning of Conjoined and Embedded Recursive Possessives Thomas Morton
Thank you to the presenters for their stimulating talks and also to the lively audience, both in person and over Zoom!