Recent conference presentations

  • The role of variability in linguistic generalization: evidence from a computerized language training game with 7-year-olds. Elizabeth Wonnacott, Maša Vujović & Chantal Miller. POSTER presented at:
    • Learning Language in Humans and Machines, Paris, France. July 2018.
    • 1st International Workshop on Predictive Processing, San Sebastian, Spain. June 2018. 
  • The role of prediction error in linguistic generalization and item-based learning. Maša Vujović, Michael Ramscar & Elizabeth Wonnacott. POSTERpresented at:
    • Learning Language in Humans and Machines, Paris, France. July 2018.
    • 1st International Workshop on Predictive Processing, San Sebastian, Spain. June 2018. 
  • Child Language Symposium. Reading, UK. June 2018. Children’s sensitivity to novel graphotactic constraints with no phonological counterpart: Evidence from an incidental learning task. (poster) Daniela Singh, Anna Samara & Elizabeth Wonnacott.
  • Laboratory Phonology 16 – Variation, development and impairment: Between phonetics and phonology. Lisbon, Portugal. June 2018. The effect of input variability on phonetic vowel training for children. Gwen Brekelmans, Bronwen G. Evans, Elizabeth Wonnacott. [POSTER]
  • Evolang XII (12th International Conference on Language Evolution). Torun, Poland. April 2018. ‘Give it to me’/’Give it to her’: The development of a relational term in homesign and English. (Talk) Catriona Silvey, Susan Goldin-Meadow.
  • The 2018 Colloquium of the British Association of Academic Phoneticians. Canterbury, UK. April 2018. The effect of input variability on phonetic vowel training for children. Gwen Brekelmans, Bronwen G. Evans, Elizabeth Wonnacott. [POSTER]
  • 3rd Usage-Based Linguistics Conference, Jerusalem, Israel, July 2017 Word order biases in adults and children: a silent gesture experiment. Maša Vujović, Gabriella Vigliocco, and Elizabeth Wonnacott [SLIDES]
  • Interdisciplinary advances in Statistical learning, Bilbao, Spain, June 2017. Discrimination learning, suffixing, and prefixing in an artificial language learning experiment. Maša Vujović, Michael Ramscar, and Elizabeth Wonnacott [POSTER]
  • Interdisciplinary Advances in Statistical Learning. Bilbao, Spain. June 2017. The effect of input variability on implicit phonetic training for adults and children. Gwen Brekelmans, Bronwen G. Evans, Elizabeth Wonnacott. [POSTER]
  • Interdisciplinary Advances in Statistical Learning. Bilbao, Spain. June 2017. Children’s sensitivity to novel contextual graphotactic constraints: Evidence from an incidental learning task. (poster) Daniela Singh, Anna Samara & Elizabeth Wonnacott.
  • Workshop on Speech Perception and Production across the Lifespan. London, UK. April 2017. (talk) High or Low? Comparing high- and low-variability phonetic training in adult and child second-language learners. Elizabeth Wonnacott, Anastasia Giannakopoulou, Helen Brown, Meghan Clayards.
  • Workshop on Speech Perception and Production across the Lifespan. London, UK. April 2017. The effect of variability on phonetic training for adults and children. Gwen Brekelmans, Elizabeth Wonnacott, Bronwen G. Evans. [POSTER]
  • Young Language Learners conference, Oxford, UK. July, 2016. Do shared distributional contexts aid learning of Italian gender classes in 7-year-old children? Helen Brown, Lydia Gunning, & Elizabeth Wonnacott. [POSTER]
  • Fifth Implicit Learning Seminar, Lancaster University, June, 2016. Do shared distributional contexts aid learning of Italian gender classes in 7-year-old children? Helen Brown, Lydia Gunning, & Elizabeth Wonnacott. [POSTER]