General programme, activity sheet

Saturday 9 September, 2017 09:00 to 09:30

Oral presentation

The Brain Mechanism for Grammatical Processing: Sound Vector Analysis of Grammatical Syllables at Brainstem Auditory Nuclei at the Expense of Sound Localization Function to be Integrated with Conceptu

Speaker: Kumon Tokumaru, none

Authors: Kumon K. Tokumaru

The author hypothesizes the brain mechanism for conceptual and grammatical processing. Concepts are processed as spinal sign reflexes by intra-ventricular system immune networks among B lymphocytes floating in CSF (Cerebrospinal Fluid), CSF Contacting Neurons at Brainstem Reticular Formation and Glial Cells at Neocortex. Grammars are processed by brainstem auditory nuclei at the expense of sound localization function. This hypothesis is endorsed by the fact that In mother tongue language audition, speech is heard monaurally.

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L3/Ln and bi/multilingual language / Heritage language acquisition - Session V

Other activities in L3/Ln and bi/multilingual language / Heritage language acquisition - Session V

09:30 h. to 10:00 h.

Oral presentation

Selective vulnerability and superficial ‘proximity’ in the acquisition of differential object marking by Romanian/Hungarian bilingual children

Speaker: Anca Sevcenco, Universitate din București

10:30 h. to 11:00 h.

Oral presentation

Different outcomes in the acquisition of do-support in two Norwegian/English bilinguals: Delay and acceleration

Speaker: Kristine Bentzen, The University of Tromsø - The Arctic University of Norway
Speaker: Merete Anderssen, The University of Tromsø - The Arctic University of Norway

10:00 h. to 10:30 h.

Oral presentation

The acquisition of recursive locative PPs and subject relative clauses by Romanian-Hungarian bilingual children - the view from comprehension

Speaker: Anca Sevcenco, Universitate din București

11:00 h. to 11:30 h.

Oral presentation

Gender Assignment Strategies in Basque/Spanish Mixed Determiner Phrases

Speaker: Ariane  Sande, University of Illinois at Chicago