MCQLL, 2/13 – Vanna Willerton

At next week’s MCQLL meeting, Vanna will be presenting two short papers on the topic of language acquisition. Both papers use statistical methods to deduce interesting information regarding the role of data in early language learning:

  1. How Data Drive Early Word Learning: A Cross-Linguistic Waiting Time Analysis. Mollica & Piantadosi (2017)
  2. Humans store ~1.5 megabytes during language acquisition: information theoretic boundsMollica & Piantadosi (?)

It is not required that you all read them, but they are quite short so you are welcome to read ahead of time to make a more interesting discussion. Please click the titles for papers.

We will be meeting Wednesday 5:30pm in room 117.

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