13.1855, Confs: Ling Socialization, Budapest, Hungary

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Subject: 13.1855, Confs: Ling Socialization, Budapest, Hungary

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Date:  Thu, 4 Jul 2002 11:15:18 +0200 (CEST)
From:  <utak at nytud.hu>
Subject:  preliminary program

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Date:  Thu, 4 Jul 2002 11:15:18 +0200 (CEST)
From:  <utak at nytud.hu>
Subject:  preliminary program



LINGUISTIC SOCIALIZATION, LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND LANGUAGE DISORDERS

dedicated to the memory of Zita Reger (1944-2001)

7 - 9 October 2002, Budapest


PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

Monday 7 October: Language Acquisition, Child Language

  9.00 - 9.55	Invited Talk: Jean Berko Gleason (Boston
University):Language Acquisition and Socialization among Gypsies in
Hungary: Zita Reger's  Legacy
  9.55 - 10.30	Cristina Dye (Cornell University) - Barbara Lust (Cornell
University):  Dissociating UG and Specific Language Grammar through
Cross-Linguistic Evidence
  10.30 - 11.05	Leah Paltiel-Gedalyovich (Ben-Gurion University of the
Negev):Linguistics, Adults, Children and the Truth about o ('or')

11.05 - 11.25	Coffee Break

  11.25 - 12.00	Elena Buja (Transsylvania University, Brasov):Tense and
Aspect in Romanian Pre-School Children's Narratives
  12.00 - 12.35	Agnes Melinda Kovacs (Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj) -
Erno Teglas (Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj):Possible Developmental
Consequences of Acquiring a Second Language

12.35 - 14.30	Lunch Break

  14.30 - 15.05	Ilona Kassai (Research Institute for Linguistics of HAS,
Budapest):The Development of Fluency in Hungarian: A Case Study
  15.05 - 15.40	Miklos Gyori (ELTE University, Budapest):Acquiring
Language and Acquiring Naive Theory of Mind: Analogies, Disanalogies,
Interactions
  15.40 - 16.15	Gabor Alberti (PTE University, Pécs) - Helga Latyak (PTE
University, Pecs):Child Language Analyses in the Framework of Lifelong DRT

16.15 - 16.45	Coffee Break

  16.45 - 17.20	Uziel-Karl Sigal (Tel Aviv University):When Transparency
Meets Simplicity: Evidence from the Acquisition of General-Purpose Verbs
in Hebrew
  17.20 - 17.55	Barbora Skarabela (Boston University) - Shanley E.M. Allen
(Boston University):Joint Attention and Null Arguments of Uninflected
Verbs in Child Inuktitut



Tuesday 8 October: Aphasia Research: Lexicon, Syntax and Phonology in
Impaired Language

  9.00 - 9.55	Invited Talk: Herman Kolk (Katholieke Universiteit
Nijmegen):The Linguistic Brain as a Limited Capacity System
  9.55 - 10.30	Jacqueline Stark (Austrian Academy of Sciences, Kegelg)
- Christiane Pons  (Austrian Academy of Sciences, Kegelg) - Heinz Karl
Stark (Ludwig Boltzman Institute for Cerebral Blood Flow Research,
Vienna): Word Order Errors and Impairment of Lexical Retrieval in
Agrammatic Sentence Production - Are they Related?
  10.30 - 11.05	Katalin Szentkuti-Kiss (Research Institute for Linguistics
of HAS, Budapest):Is there a Double Dissociation in the Formation of
Regular and Irregular Plural in Hungarian Anterior and Posterior Aphasics?
Validity of the Dual Process Hypothesis in Hungarian

11.05 - 11.25	Coffee Break

  11.25 - 12.00	Zoltán Banreti (Research Institute for Linguistics of HAS,
Budapest and ELTE University, Budapest):Ellipsis in Agrammatic Aphasia
  12.00 - 12.35	Eva Meszaros (Research Institute for Linguistics of HAS,
Budapest):Processing of Neutral and Non-Neutral Sentences in Hungarian
Broca's and Wernicke's Patients

12.35 -  14.30	Lunch Break

  14.30 - 15.25	Invited Talk: Csaba Pleh (Technical University, Budapest)
-  Agnes Lukacs (Research Institute for Linguistics of HAS, Budapest) -
Mihaly Racsmany:The Language Profile of Hungarian Williams Syndrome
Children: Classical Dissociations and Some Challenges
  15.25 - 16.00 	Yishai Tobin (Ben-Gurion University of the
Negev):Phonology as Human Behavior: An Analysis of Hebrew-Speaking
Aphasics

16.00 - 16.20	Coffee Break

  16.20 - 16.55	Klara Marton (City University of New York):Interaction
between Working Memory and Language Processes in American and Hungarian
Children with Specific Language Impairment
  16.55 - 17.30	Csilla Bartha (Research Institute for Linguistics of HAS,
Budapest):Reconstructing Deafness: Language Ideologies, Discriminatory
Practices and Deaf Community in Hungary

18.00 - 	Conference Party



Wednesday 9 October: Linguistic Socialization, and Language Use in Gypsy
Communities

  9.00 - 9.55	Invited Talk: Susan Gal (University of Chicago):The role
of Linguistic Difference in Socialization: Towards a Semiotics of Cultural
Diversity
  9.55 - 10.30	Ann Williams (University of London) - Eve Gregory
(University of London):Literacy Practices and Language Socialization in
Bilingual Families in East London: The Role of Siblings

10.30 - 10.50	Coffee Break

  11.50 - 11.25	Peter Bodor (ELTE University, Budapest) - Aniko Illes (PTE
University, Pecs):Linguistic Socialization of Subjectivity: Emotions
  11.25 - 12.00	Katalin Weber (PTE University, Pecs):Ways in Language

12.00 - 14.00	Lunch Break

  14.00 - 14.55	Invited Talk: Michael Stewart (University College
London):Language Use in Gypsy Communities
  14.55 - 15.30	Renata Dekany (Gandhi Grammar School, Pecs):Conversational
Rules in a Romani - Hungarian Bilingual Spoken Discourse
  15.30 - 16.05	Andrea Szalai (Research Institute for Linguistics of HAS,
Budapest):Correlations between Language Use and Gender in Romani
Invitation Situations

16.05 - 16.25	Coffee Break

  16.25 - 17.00	Anna Borbely (Research Institute for Linguistics of HAS,
Budapest): A Reger-fele teszt alkalmazasa empirikus nyelveszeti
kutatasokban
  17.00 - 17.35	Andrea Remenyi (Research Institute for Linguistics of HAS,
Budapest):Beszeltnyelvi fejlesztes az iskolaban: Brit es magyar programok
osszehasonlitasa
  17.35 - 18.10	Anna Palmaine Orsos (PTE University, Pecs) - Aranka Varga
(PTE University, Pecs):Nyelvi szocializácio es nyelvhasznalat a cigany
kozossegekben




Alternates:

Virag Barcza (Research Institute for Linguistics of HAS, Budapest):
Linguistic Aspects of Children's Role-Playing Games

Julianna Oszko (PTE University, Pecs):
Knowledge of Synonyms of Hungarian Native Speakers

Sabine Stoll (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)
A context-driven approach to the acquisition of Russian aspect

Dankovics Natalia (ELTE University, Budapest)
An alternative approach to the language acquisition of deaf children

Svetlana Feckova-Kapalkova (Comenius University) -
Marina Mikulajova (Comenius University) -
Daniela Slancova (Presov University) -
Iveta Bonova (Presov University)
Grammar Acquisition by Slovak Speaking Children

Aleka A. Blackwell (Middle Tenessee State University)
Where lexical input and lexical development diverge: Evidence from the
acquisition of funny


For registration information, registration form, hotel information, and
local information see the conference website:

http://www.nytud.hu/LSLALD/lslald.html
	







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