Recent Conferences

Tkachman, O. & Hudson Kam, C.L., (2019, March). Semantic salience as iconic motivation of signs in artificial and natural sign languages. Paper presented at the 41st Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Society: Workshop on Iconicity in Language. Bremen, Germany.

Sadlier-Brown, E., & Hudson Kam, C.L. (2018, November). Effect of distributional shape on learning a target sound. Poster presented at the 176th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and 2018 Acoustics Week in Canada. Victoria, BC.

Black, A.K. & Hudson Kam, C.L. (2018, August). Can output representations tell us about the SL mechanism(s)?  Statistical Learning Workshop. Quebec City, Quebec.

Tkachman, O. & Hudson Kam, C.L., (2018, July). The link between iconic sources and conceptual categories in iconic signs in sign languages. Paper presented at Sign CAFÉ 1: The first international workshop on cognitive and functional explorations in sign language linguistics. Birmingham, UK.

Hudson Kam, C. L. (2018, May). Using the IBDb to investigate the content of children’s early book experiences. Envisioning a Language Science of Literacy Workshop. Vancouver, BC.

Hudson Kam, C.L. (2017, July). Sex differences in word variety in children’s books. Poster presented at the 14th International Congress for the Study of Child Language. Lyon, France.

Sadlier-Brown, E., & Hudson Kam, C.L. (2017, April). Effect of distributional shape on target learning. Poster presented at the 4th Workshop on Sound Change. Edinburgh, UK.

Tkachman, O. & Hudson Kam, C.L., (2016, November). Naming body parts in artificial sign languages. Paper presented at the High Desert Linguistics Society. Albuquerque, NM.

Black, A. & Hudson Kam, C.L. (2016, November). The impact of phonological knowledge on statistical learning. Paper presented at the 41st Boston University Conference on Language Development. Boston, MA.

Noguchi, M. & Hudson Kam, C.L. (2016, November). Learning of talker-specific phonemic contrasts by adults. Poster presented at the 41st Boston University Conference on Language Development. Boston, MA

Noguchi, M. & Hudson Kam, C.L. (2016, July). The effect of indexical cues on the distributional learning of sound categories. Paper presented at LabPhon15. Ithaca, NY.

Black, A. & Hudson Kam, C.L. (2016, June). Prior knowledge and individual differences impact statistical learning. Paper presented at the Fifth Implicit Learning Seminar, Lancaster, UK.

Hudson Kam, C. L. & Matthewson, L. (2016, May). “Books at the Beginning”: A data-base of English language books read to children ages 0-36 months. Poster presented at the 2016 International Conference on Infant Studies. New Orleans, LA.

Tkachman, O., & Hudson Kam, C. L. (2016, March). Arbitrariness of Iconicity: The Sources (and Forces) of (Dis)similarities in Iconic Representations. Poster presented at Evolang 2016. New Orleans, LA.

Noguchi, M., & Hudson Kam, C. L., (2015, October). Categorical perception of post-alveolar sibilants by Taiwan and Beijing Mandarin speakers. Paper presented at Acoustics Week in Canada 2015. Halifax, NS.

Noguchi, M., & Hudson Kam, C.L. (2015, October). Learning the context-dependent perception of novel speech sounds. Poster presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting on Phonology. Vancouver, BC.

Black, A. & Hudson Kam, C.L. (2015, June). Representations extracted during statistical learning: developmental differences in ages 5-10 and adults. Poster presented at the International Conference on Interdisciplinary Advances in Statistical Learning. San Sebastian, Spain.

Beyer, T. & Hudson Kam, C.L. (2015, May). Mere exposure may not lead to bidialectal competence. Poster presented at the Centre for Intercultural Language Studies 11th Annual Symposium: Bilingualism Across the Lifespan. Vancouver. BC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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