Days: Monday, May 29th Tuesday, May 30th

Monday, May 29th

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09:45-10:45 Session 3: Plenary: Aylin Küntay

Role of Social Interactions in Early Language Learning

10:45-11:00Coffee Break
11:00-12:00 Session 4: Talks
Investigating the linguistic and social effects of the first year of schooling on the grammar of child heritage speakers: focus on Polish heritage children in the UK (abstract)
Toward understanding the variability in Turkish heritage language children’s acquisition of evidentiality (abstract)
12:00-12:30Lunch Break
12:30-14:30 Session 5: Poster Session
Third-generation heritage Spanish socialization: The role of overheard speech in an L.A.-based Mexican family. (abstract)
Russian as a heritage language in mixed Estonian-Russian families (abstract)
Investigating Proxies for Understanding Trajectories: An empirical study on Syrian Arabic as a heritage language and German as a second language (abstract)
Aspectual se in Spanish Heritage bilinguals (abstract)
The role of communicative situations in word order choice in heritage Russian (abstract)
Vulnerability in Processing Definiteness: The Case of Heritage Turkish (abstract)
Unidirectionality and Bidirectionality of Pragmatic Transfer in Bilingual Speakers: Evidence from Requests and Apologies (abstract)
Accentedness in heritage language English speakers in Israel (abstract)
Heritage Russian in Contact with Hebrew and German: A Cross-linguistic and cross-cultural study of Requests (abstract)
Bilingual Writing Proficiency of Spanish Heritage Language Learners: What can bilingual learners do? (abstract)
Resultatives in the Dominant and Heritage Language (abstract)
Do you say uh or uhm? A crosslinguistic approach on filler particle use in heritage and majority speakers (abstract)
Overt and Null Subjects in Child Heritage Bulgarian as the Dominant Language (abstract)
Cross-linguistic influence, limited input, or working memory limitations: The morphosyntax of agreement and concord in Heritage Russian in Israel (abstract)
The relationship between self-assessment of language proficiency and measures of lexical diversity and syntactic complexity: The case of heritage speakers of Italian in Croatia (abstract)
Heritage language proficiency, language dominance and cultural affiliation in youth and adolescents with immigrant backgrounds. (abstract)
Dynamics of change in accusative and dative realization in heritage and majority Turkishes (abstract)
The role of extra-linguistic variables in the discontinuation of the heritage language of Canadian Doukhobors (Spirit Wrestlers). (abstract)
The Acquisition of Adyghe as a Heritage Language – Insights from Ergative Morpho-Syntax (abstract)
Predictive processing in the heritage language?: The case of Mandarin classifiers (abstract)
Cross-linguistic influence in L2 and L3 English acquisition: Norwegian and Norwegian-Heritage Language Children (abstract)
Cross-linguistic influence from English as a heritage language in L3 acquisition (abstract)
Exploring Gender Agreement Processing in Spanish as a Heritage Language: An EEG Study. (abstract)
How heritage languages influence on the second language speech (the experience of studying Turkic-Russian bilingualism in South Siberia) (abstract)
Online versus offline pronominal resolution in heritage language bilingualism (abstract)
PRESENTER: Khadij Gharibi
The effect of lexical triggers on Spanish-English code-switched judgments tasks (abstract)
Code-switched plural nouns within and across language pairs (abstract)
Gender assignment strategies in Dutch-Turkish code-switching: individual differences and task effects (abstract)
Direct object clitics in children heritage speakers of Romanian (abstract)
Timing the acquisition of Differential Object Marking in Child Heritage Romanian (abstract)
Discourse openings and closings Turkish majority and heritage language speakers: effects of age, register and modality (abstract)
Documenting heritage language experience using questionnaires (abstract)
Anticipation and Interference during Sentence Processing in Russian Heritage Speakers (abstract)
Exploring the Impact of Second Language on Object Conceptualization: A Case of Grammatical Gender (abstract)
Turkish Heritage Language Programs for Immigrant Children in the United States: The Current State and Opportunities (abstract)
Language change in Japanese-English bilingual returnee children over the course of five years: evidence from accent-rating (abstract)
Individual Differences in Turkish Heritage Speakers’ Comprehension and Production of Grammatical Evidentiality (abstract)
Measuring heritage language variation with sentence and non-word repetition tasks: The case of Turkish heritage speakers in Germany (abstract)
14:30-15:30 Session 6: Talks
Characterizing heritage Spanish speakers’ bilingualism: The role of objective, subjective, and language experience measures (abstract)
Cortical Thickness is Related to Variability in Heritage Bilingual Language Proficiency (abstract)
15:30-15:45Coffee Break
15:45-17:15 Session 7: Talks
Predictive processing of case-marking cues in Turkish-Dutch bilingual children and adults (abstract)
Language Use Modulates Processing of Island Constraints in Heritage Language Speakers (abstract)
The role of INFL in code-switching (abstract)
17:15-17:45Coffee Break
17:45-18:45 Session 8: Plenary: Patrick Rebuschat

The contribution of cross-situational statistical learning to the study of heritage languages

Tuesday, May 30th

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09:00-10:00 Session 9: Plenary: Oksana Laleko

Rethinking heritage language exceptionalism: Implications from information structure research

10:00-10:30Coffee Break
10:30-11:00 Session 10: Talks
The Lexicon of Hebrew Heritage Speakers: Modeling a complex network (abstract)
Lexical development in Russian heritage language across different national contexts: Germany, Norway, and the United Kingdom (abstract)
Language Experience Impacts L2 English Scope Computation (abstract)
12:00-13:00Lunch Break
13:00-14:30 Session 11: Junior plenaries: Sergio Miguel Pereira Soares and Grazia DiPisa

Uncovering Heritage Speakers Online Processing: The case of Heritage Italians in Germany

14:30-15:15Coffee Break
15:15-16:45 Session 12: Talks
As ‘native’ as they come: Heritage language users and gradability in ASL (abstract)
How categorical is bilingualism? Using a Support Vector Machine to predict the profile of a speaker (abstract)
"Drop it like it's hot" - a multi-factorial interplay of subject realization in Greek, Russian and Turkish (abstract)
16:45-17:15Coffee Break
17:15-18:15 Session 13: Plenary: Cécile De Cat

What predicts HL proficiency during the first years of formal schooling in the societal language?