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Online posters are available on Open Science Framework

July 5th 9:45 - 11:00

(*) will present their poster in a flash talk at the beginning of the session

  1. Modélisation des processus d’acquisition syntaxique par jeux de langage entre agents artificiels, Marie Garcia, Isabelle Tellie

  2. A comparison of two types of automatic speech recognition systems as quantitative models of cross-linguistic phonetic perception, Thomas Schatz, Naomi Feldman

  3. Gender Processing in Second Language Acquisition, Manex Agirrezabal, Alice Ping Ping Tse

  4. Dynamics of single word production from childhood to adolescence and adulthood, Tanja Atanasova, Raphaël Fargie, Pascal Zesiger, Marina Laganaro

  5. Computational Word Segmentation and Code-Switching: the Chintang case, Georgia - Rengina Loukatou, Sabine Stoll, Alejandrina Cristia

  6. Emergence of attention in a neural model of visually grounded speech, William Havard, Jean-Pierre Chevrot, Laurent Besacier

  7. Using Correlated Contextual Cues to Shift Attentional Biases in Word Learning, Michelle Luna, Catherine Sandhofer

  8. (*) Learning and evaluating hierarchies of verb argument structure, Jesse Mu, Joshua Hartshorne, Timothy O’donnel

  9. (*) The role of prediction error in linguistic generalization and item-based learning, Masa Vujovic, Michael Ramscar, Elizabeth Wonnacott

  10. Modeling language learning from the ground up, Christos Christodoulopoulos, Dan Roth, Cynthia Fisher

  11. (*) Semi-supervised learning in human infant, Sandy Latourrette, Sandra Waxman

  12. Verbalization as a tool for compositional problem solving in humans and machines, Rahma Chaabouni, Armand Joulin, Alessandro Lazaric, Emmanuel Dupoux, Marco Baroni

  13. The representation of syntactic structures in Long-Short Term Memory networks and humans, Yair Lakretz, German Kruszewski, Dieuwke Hupkes, Theo Desbordes, Sébastien Marti, Stanislas Dehaene, Marco Baroni

  14. (*) The Perils of Natural Behavioral Tests for Unnatural Models: The Case of Number Agreement, Adhiguna Kuncoro, Chris Dyer, John Hale, Phil Blunsom

  15. (*) Do RNN language models induce referential information? An analysis of article prediction, Kristina Gulordava, Gemma Boleda

  16. Investigating the relationship between language processing efficiency, vocabulary, and working memory across development, Michelle Peter, Amy Bidgood, Samantha Durrant, Julian Pine, Caroline Rowland

July 6th 9:30 - 10:30

  1. A Computer-Simulated Laboratory-Approach towards Language Acquisition based on Interaction between two Language Producing Automata, David P. Shakouri,  Crit L. Cremers, Niels O. Schiller

  2. Using cognitive word games to promote lexical memory access and vocabulary retrieval in second language learners, Majed Alqahtani

  3. The role of variability in linguistic generalization: evidence from a computerized language training game with 7-year-olds, Elizabeth Wonnacott, Masa Vujovic, Chantal Miller 

  4. Word learning and the acquisition of a syntactic–semantic overhypothesis, Jon Gauthier, Roger Levy, Joshua Tenenbaum

  5. Modeling word segmentation and vocabulary acquisition across languages, Gladys Baudet, Elin Larsen, Emmanuel Dupoux, Alejandrina Cristia

  6. (*) A Framework for Lexicalized Grammar Induction Using Variational Bayesian Inference, Chris Bruno, Eva Portelance, Daniel Harasim, Leon Bergen, Timothy O’donnell

  7. Are word-referent mapping and speech segmentation performed jointly by infant learners ? Elin Larsen, Emmanuel Dupoux, Alejandrina Cristia

  8. (*) The role of iconic multi-modal cues in early language learning, Gabriella Vigliocco, Yasamin Motamedi, Margherita Murgiano , Pamela Perniss

  9. (*) Statistical learning in infant language acquisition; from segmenting speech to discovering structure, Rebecca Frost, Caroline Rowland, Samantha Durrant, Michelle Peter, Amy Bidgood, Padraic Monaghan

  10. What makes a question easy or hard? Answers to early questions in the context of shared picture book reading, Sara Moradlou, Jonathan Ginzburg

  11. Semantic seed bootstraps early verb categorization, Mireille Babineau, Anne Christophe, Rushen Shi

  12. Recognition of Moore-paradoxical sentences in children, Szabolcs Kiss 

  13. (*) How the input shapes the acquisition of verb and noun morphology: neural network modelling across three highly inflected languages, Felix Engelmann, Joanna Kolak, Sonia Granlund, Virve Vihman, Ben Ambridge, Julian Pine, Anna Theakston, Elena Lieven

  14. Interpretable Machine Learning for Predicting Brain Activation in Language Processing, Willem Zuidema, Dieuwke Hupkes, Samira Abnar

  15. The Fast and the Flexible: pretraining neural networks to learn from small data, Rezka A. Leonandya, German Kruszewski, Dieuwke Hupkes, Elia Bruni

  16. Investigating hierarchical bias in the acquisition of English question formation with recurrent neural networks, Tom McCoy, Robert Frank, Tal Linzen
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