The experimental linguistics group is a forum for graduate students (as well as any interested undergraduate students, faculty, or visitors) to present research or lead discussions in any area of experimental linguistics including (but not limited to) experimental approaches to second language acquisition and bilingualismexperimental syntax and semantics, and psycholinguistics. Group members can present research proposals or a work in progress, give practice talks for conferences or oral exams, or lead discussion of a relevant reading.

Spring 2024 Schedule

All meetings are scheduled to be held in-person on Thursdays 2-3pm (LCLB 3092C). If you would like to join over Zoom, please email Isela at isilve2@illinois.edu.

Jan 18N/AOrganizational Meeting
Jan 25DannyQual Practice: “Determiners as cues for gender assignment in Spanish: an experiment with artificial words”
Feb 1AmeliaQP2 Practice
Feb 8PaulQP1 Practice
Feb 15IselaQP1 Practice: “Comprehension and production (mis)alignment: Experimental evidence from Korean reflexives”
Feb 22N/A
Feb 29CoryLING 514 Presentation
Mar 7MartineBrehm & Alday (2022). “Contrast coding choices in a decade of mixed models”.
Mar 14N/ANO MEETING (Spring Break)
Mar 28Shaohua“Quantifier scope priming in L2: A proposal”
Apr 4N/A
Apr 11XuanQP1 Proposal
Apr 18MelodyBayesian Stats Workshop
Apr 25Chae EunPrelim Practice