Congratulations to the Undergraduate Students who presented their research at the Spring 2014 Department of Linguistics Undergraduate Research Forum on May 2, 2014!
Students presented on a diverse array of topics and the department is very proud of their achievements.
1. Michelle Gernon: Temporal concepts in developing children and users of a developing sign language (Nicaraguan Sign Language)
2. Jerome Biedny: Coyote Cycle; a transcription project of Cœur d'Alène
3. Caroline Blair: Denominal Verb Formation in Colloquial Russian
4. Marissa Cooper: Absolute pitch: The Burmese language, tonal second language acquisition, and the advantage of musical training
5. Kaitlyn Fowler: The vowel spaces of adolescents with cochlear implants
1. Alejandra Baltazar and Yamile Diaz: Spontaneous speech variability across languages: Labial and velar stops
2. Andrea Morales: Effects of listener characteristics on foreign-accentedness rating of a non-standard English Dialect