This weekend, more than 1000 researchers in language development will be gathering at BUCLD 45, the first-ever virtual iteration of the Boston University Conference on Language Development! BU will be represented by:

  • Michael Fang & Charles Chang, BU Linguistics (“Testing the role of the L1 in L2 connected speech”, Thursday afternoon poster session)
  • Amy Lieberman, Allison Fitch, & Eric Setzer, BU Wheelock (“The social dynamics of joint attention in American Sign Language interactions between deaf children and their parents”, Friday evening poster session)
  • Hannah Puttre (BU Wheelock), with Caroline Gaudreau (UDel), Gabriella Araneta (UDel), Maria Kaliakin (UDel), Kathy Hirsh-Pasek (Temple) & Roberta Golinkoff (UDel) (“Asking and answering: Questions promote active learning of novel words”, Saturday evening oral session C – ‘Word Learning’)

Student registration is free! Check out the full program at: http://bu.edu/bucld

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