LINGUIST List 20.1|
Sat Jan 03 2009
Calls: Language Acquisition/Berkeley, CA, USA
Editor for this issue: Maria Moreno-Rollins
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33rd Child Language Research Forum: Deadline Extended to Jan 4th 2009
Message 1: 33rd Child Language Research Forum: Deadline Extended to Jan 4th 2009
From: Inbal Arnon <inbalarstanford.edu>
Subject: 33rd Child Language Research Forum: Deadline Extended to Jan 4th 2009
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Full Title: 33rd Child Language Research Forum
Short Title: CLRF
Date: 10-Jul-2009 - 12-Jul-2009
Location: Berkeley, CA, USA
Contact Person: Inbal Arnon
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://lsa2009.berkeley.edu/Events.html
Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
Call Deadline: 04-Jan-2009
The focus of this meeting will be on how experience and variation shape learning; how they shape the paths that children follow, the mechanisms they rely on, and our understanding of what they need to learn to attain adult-like skills in using language. We will focus on models and mechanisms of learning. We welcome abstracts that look at any level of linguistic representation (e.g. sounds, words, constructions, discourse).
DEADLINE EXTENSION: Jan 4th 2009
This is a last call for papers for the 33rd Child Language Research Forum on Experience and Variation in Learning a First Language (July 10th-12th, Berkeley, CA).
We are extending the deadline to JANUARY 4th, 11:59 PM California time.
We are soliciting papers in any of these areas: Mechanisms of learning, models of learning, and different paths to learning (individual and cross-linguistic differences).
Abstracts should be no more than 500 words, with up-to one additional page for examples and references. We are only soliciting abstracts for oral presentation. Abstracts should be sent to clrf09gmail.com as a pdf file, using the name of the first author as the file name (e.g. clark.pdf). Do not include any identifying details in the abstract itself (e.g. Name, Affiliation, etc). When submitting the abstract please include the following details in the body of the e-mail: Names of authors, Affiliation, Two topic keywords (e.g. individual differences, input frequency).
For more information and a detailed call for papers see:
For questions contact Inbal Arnon (inbalarstanford.edu)
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