UCLA linguists turned up for CAMP (CAlifornia Meeting on Psycholinguistics) 3, held at the woodsy UC Santa Cruz October 26-27, 2019. Participants persevered even as the power was cut on day two of the workshop!
- Mapping Remnant and Correlate in Persian Stripping – Vahideh Rasekhi & Jesse Harris
- Processing coordination ambiguity in context: Eye-tracking evidence from Estonian – Marju Kaps
- Not all cues are created equal: Retrieving gender and number in Portuguese relative clauses – Alexandra Lawn
- The Effect of Position on Relative Clauses – Angelica Pan & Jesse Harris
- Prosodic Cues and the Interpretation of Rise-Fall-Rise Intonation in American English – Christine Prechtel
Pictured (starting top left): Vahideh Rasekhi, Allie Lawn, Adam Royer, Jesse Harris, Claire Moore-Cantwell, Marju Kaps, Stephanie Rich (former UCLA Lab manager, now UCSC grad student), Angelica Pan, Christine Pretchel, and Lalitha Balachandran (former UCLA undergrad, now UCSC grad student).