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Fifth Chuo-UHM-UTokyo Student Conference on Linguistics, Psycholinguistics, and Second Language Acquisition: Schedule

Fifth Chuo-UHM-UTokyo Student Conference on Linguistics, Psycholinguistics, and Second Language Acquisition: Schedule

Friday, January 17th, 2020
Center for Korean Studies
University of Hawai′i at Mānoa

Everyone is welcome to attend – no registration required.

Refreshments will be provided.

Prof. Bonnie D. Schwartz (University of Hawai′i at Mānoa) and Prof. Rex A. Sprouse
(Indiana University)

13:30 – 14:40 Plenary Lecture: The Full Transfer/Full Access model and L3 cognitive states by Prof. Bonnie D. Schwartz (University of Hawai′i at Mānoa) and Prof. Rex A. Sprouse (Indiana University)
14:50 – 15:45 Poster Session A
15:50 – 16:45 Poster Session B
16:50 – 17:45 Poster Session C
17:45 – 18:45 Reception

 

Number

(First) Author

Co-author(s)

Affiliation

Title

A1

Haerim Hwang

Bonnie D. Schwartz

UHM

Do second language learners process a verb gap?

A2

Akari Mori

 

Chuo

Japanese Speaking Learners’ Acquisition of English Genitive markers

A3

Akari Ohba

Kamil Deen

UHM

Children’s acquisition of zibun ‘self’ binding and its perspective sensitivity in Japanese

A4

Kei Furukawa

 

Tokyo

Asymmetricality, Sonority Headedness, and Functionality of Phonemic Merge

A5

Yukiko Harashima

 

Chuo

L1 Influence on the Comprehension of English Adjective Noun Collocations by Japanese Learners

A6

Yanxin Zhu

Theres Grüter

UHM

Can Structural Priming Facilitate the Acquisition of the Dative Alternation in L2 Mandarin?

A7

Kazuki Soya

 

Chuo

Acceptability of Wh-questions in L2 Acquisition: An Effect of Embedded Sentences

A8

Saki Tsumura

 

Tokyo

Is universal quantifier sensitive to distance? — A case study of Japanese nested structures

A9

Tian Wang

 

UHM

The L2 acquisition of Japanese pseudo-cleft construction by L1 Chinese learners

         

B1

Kai-ying Lin

Kamil Deen

UHM

Using an Acceptability Judgement Task to test Unaccusativity on Mandarin Child

B2

Kazunori Suzuki 

 

Chuo

Comprehension of Object Relative Clauses in L2 English

B3

Akari Ohba

Bonnie D. Schwartz

UHM

Japanese L2 learners’ acquisition of multiple sluicing in English

B4

Takayuki Kimura

Takaaki Hirokawa

Chuo

What You See is Not What you Get: Non-elided VP-ellipsis in Japanese-English Interlanguage

B5

Risa Matsubara

 

Tokyo

Investigating the confusion of L2 phones during L2 sentence processing 

B6

Michiko Fukasawa

 

UHM

Syntactic Conditions in Rendaku: An Experimental Study

B7

Yuki Takahashi

 

Chuo

Is tough tough to interpret?

B8

Sayaka Koyama

 

Chuo

Interpretation of English VP-Ellipsis by Japanese-Speaking Learners

B9

Yu-Tzu Chang

 

UHM

Second language learners’ selective integration of linguistic knowledge: The Mandarin Ba construction

         

C1

Fred Zenker

 

UHM

Testing the acceptability of English resumptive pronouns in island and non-island contexts

C2

Misato Kakegawa

 

Chuo

Japanese learners’ use of the comparative forms of adjectives in L2 English

C4

Yuka Saito

 

Chuo

Responses to Compliments in English by L1 Japanese Speakers

C5

Runa Shimada

 

Chuo

A study of Japanese pro-form so-s(uru)

C6

Jue Wang

 

UHM

Worse than no input: The case of L2 acquisition of the Mandarin plural morpheme –men

C7

Tzu-Yin Chen

Yuki Hirose, Takane Ito

Tokyo

The competition of multiple acoustic cues in processing lexical structure

C8

Risa Shuno

 

Chuo

A study of a polysemic word hito-tsu ‘one piece’ 

C9

Mayuko Yusa

 

UHM

Acquisition of Japanese Negated Disjunction by English and Korean Speakers