Poster session 1: Monday, July 3rd, 17:00

  • The negation operator is not a suppressor of the concept in its scope. In fact, quite the opposite.
    Israela Becker (Tel Aviv University)
  • Competing motivations: changes in usage of constructions with saama + non-finite forms in written Estonian
    Külli Habicht, Tiit Hennoste, Helle Metslang, Anni Jürine, Kirsi Laanesoo, David Ogren, Liina Pärismaa & Olle Sokk (University of Tartu)
  • The role of agentivity in the Spanish causative hacer construction
    Ashwini Ganeshan (Ohio University)
  • Effects of immigration on L1 Jamaican Creole and L2 Standard American English verb forms
    Taryn Malcolm & Loraine Obler (City University of New York)
  • A complex clausal structure and a discourse marker – The case of Hebrew ‘azov (lit. ‘let go’)
    Hilla Polak-Yitzhaki (Haifa University)
  • Frequency, entropy, and functionality in the emergence and early acquisition of Hebrew prepositions
    Elisheva Shalmon (Tel Aviv University), Elitzur Dattner (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) & Dorit Ravid (Tel Aviv University)

Poster session 2: Tuesday, July 4th, 16:30

  • Improved methodology for reference-based evaluation in grammatical error correction
    Leshem Choshen & Omri Abend (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
  • Coding of causal-noncausal verb pairs in German speech islands – A micro-typology
    Noa Goldblatt (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
  • The ordering of main and temporal adverbial clauses in Czech
    Michal Láznička (Charles University, Prague)
  • Causal–noncausal verb alternations in Yiddish in comparison with German and Russian
    Elena Luchina-Sadan (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
  • A usage-based study of the effects of typological distance and L2 proficiency on L1 influence during second language acquisition
    Itamar Shatz (Tel Aviv University)
  • A big-data investigation of natural language use following terror attacks
    Almog Simchon & Michael Gilead (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)