The CLS community presents at the 2016 LSA Annual Meeting
This year we had seven members from the CLS community who presented their work at the Linguistic Society of America (LSA) 2016 Annual Meeting that was held January 7-10 in Washington, DC:
Melinda Fricke: Perceiving vocal similarity in the AXB paradigm: A study in non-accommodation.
Evan Bradley (with Janet van Hell): Effects of musical ear training on lexical tone perception.
Miguel Ramos & Christopher Champi: Subject pronoun expression in Early Spanish: Evidence for linguistic continuity and change.
Lauren Perrotti: Diachronic constraints on the italian masculine article lo.
Lindsay Butler: The role of set size in the production and comprehension of optional number agreement.