If you’ll be in San Diego 11/14 and 11/16, you may want to come Neal Snider’s talk on inverse probability effects on syntactic priming (11/14) and Philip Hofmeister’s talk on his new work on accessibility (11/16). Both are coming to visit from Stanford’s Linguistics Department.
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