Come hear Mary-Jane Budd talk about “An ERP study investigating comparative adjective production” tomorrow in room 2.411 @ 2pm. You’ll be comparing it to other adjectives for who knows how long.
The slides from Tuesday’s tutorial on linear models and simulating data in R can be found here (click on post to find the link): Linear models in R for linguists
TODAY: Lea Roberts, York, formerly Essex, will talk about: “Cross-linguistic influences in the L2 processing and acquisition of tense/aspect” (16:00 in 1N1.4.1.): http://www.essex.ac.uk/langling/news_and_seminars/seminarDetail.aspx?e_id=5525
You can find the slides from today’s tutorial on Bayesian inferencing via JAGs @ http://psylingx.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/bugjag.pdf
This coming week Philip Hofmeister (Lang. & Ling) will provide a tutorial on “Using BUGS/JAGs for simulations and statistical modeling”. This will provide an intro to conducting Bayesian analysis using R and the rjags( ) package. You are encouraged to bring your own computer to follow along, or you can pretend to type on the
Join us next week to hear Silke Paulmann (Psychology) discuss “Social power and emotional prosody recognition”. The show starts at 14:00 in room 2.411.
Janina Fickel and Sarah Schmid, our two work placement students from the University of Konstanz, have just returned to Germany. While they were here in Essex, they collaborated with Sonja Eisenbeiss, Agnes Henson, and Ingrid Sonnenstuhl and contributed to an acquisition study on English and German possessives. This study has just been presented in Paris: https://sites.google.com/site/journeeatalalabex/8-english-version.