Poster Session 2

Great Hall, International House, UC San Diego (map)

Saturday, October 6, 10:45pm – 12:00pm

The logical phonology of Hungarian voicing assimilation
Alena Aksenova (Stony Brook University), Maxime Papillon (University of Maryland), and Charles Reiss (Concordia University)

The Role of Quantity Sensitivity in the Perception of English Lexical Stress by Predictable-stress Language Speakers: Arabic L2 Learners of English
Iman Albadar (University of Delaware)

Neural Underpinnings of Phonotactic Rule Learning
Enes Avcu and Ryan Rhodes (University of Delaware)

Cross-category agreement as reference to general dominance
Nick Danis (Princeton University)

Systemic markedness in sibilant inventories
Edward Flemming (MIT)

Nonlocal phonological interactions and trigram constraints
Gillian Gallagher and Maria Gouskova (New York University)

Complexity Bias and Substantive Bias in Phonotactic Learning
Eleanor Glewwe (University of California, Los Angeles)

Effects of phonological contrast on phonetic variation in Hindi and English stops
Ivy Hauser (University of Massachusetts Amherst)

Predicting exceptional prosodification effects in Gradient Harmonic Grammar
Brian Hsu (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Tone association and output locality in non-linear structures
Nate Koser, Chris Oakden, and Adam Jardine (Rutgers University)

Majority Rule in Harmonic Serialism
Andrew Lamont (University of Massachusetts Amherst)

Phonotactic Reduplication and the Ende Mora
Kate L. Lindsey (Stanford University)

An algorithm for learning phonological classes from distributional data
Connor Mayer (University of California, Los Angeles)

Event-related potential evidence of abstract phonological learning in the laboratory
Claire Moore-Cantwell (Simon Fraser University), Joe Pater (University of Massachusetts Amherst), Robert Staubs (MITRE corporation), Benjamin Zobel (University of Massachusetts Amherst), and Lisa Sanders (University of Massachusetts Amherst)

Computational Complexity and Sour-Grapes-Like Patterns
Charlie O’Hara and Caitlin Smith (University of Southern California)

A segment-specific metric for quantifying participation in harmony
Avery Ozburn (University of British Columbia)

Evidence for gradient input features from Sino-Japanese compound accent
Eric Rosen (Johns Hopkins University)

Doubly triggered vowel replacement via cumulative cophonologies
Hannah Sande (Georgetown University)

A computational survey of gaps in obstruent inventories
Sheng-Fu Wang (New York University)

Iambic/Trochaic Law and bidirectional tone sandhi in Jieyang
Suki Yiu (University of Hong Kong)