BU Linguistics and affiliates will be well-represented at this weekend’s BUCLD 46 by:

  • MA student Neshat Darvishi and affiliated faculty Helen Tager-Flusberg, who co-authored the presentation “Comparing parent and examiner topic initiation and maintenance during interactions with minimally and low verbal individuals with autism” (with H. Baker-Harvey and M. Barokova) in the Thursday evening poster session (Group 7: Discourse & Pragmatics).
  • Affiliated faculty Amy Lieberman, who co-authored the presentation “Pointing in parent input during interactions with deaf children in American Sign Language” (with J. Leary and P. Gappmayr) in the Thursday evening poster session (Group 1: Signed Languages).
  • Affiliated faculty Naomi Caselli and Amy Lieberman, who co-authored the presentation “Non-native early ASL input from parents to deaf children acquiring ASL still supports ASL vocabulary growth” (with L. Berger and J. Pyers) in the Saturday morning oral session (Session A: Signed Languages) as well as the presentation “Early sign language exposure does not prevent acquisition of spoken language” (with E. Pontecorvo, M. Higgins, J. Mora, and J. Pyers) in the Saturday morning poster session (Group 1: Bilingualism).

Congratulations to all!

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