from September, 19th 2023 to September, 21st 2023


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September, 19-21st 2023

Venue:  Salón de Actos Facultad de Psicología  U.N.E.D.  Calle Juan del Rosal 10,  28040 Madrid 

Dates and places
From September, 19th 2023 to September, 21st 2023

Lugar: September, 19-21st 2023 

Salón de Actos

Facultad de Psicología


Calle Juan del Rosal, 10

28040 Madrid

Tuesday 19th September 2023
9:30-10:00 Inscription
Workshop on Clitic Pronouns
10:00-10:30 Anna Cardinaletti, Stephanie Durrleman, Sara Cerutti, Francesca Volpato
On the acquisition of French dative clitics: the roles of gender and number
10:30-11:00 Adriana Soto-Corominas, Sílvia Perpiñán
The Acquisition of Direct Objects by Bilingual Catalan Children: Beyond Accusative Case
11:00-12:00 Plenary Session: Anna Gavarró The acquisition of clitics: Results and prospects
12:15-12:45 Larisa Avram, Vanina Constantin-Peța, Alexandru Mardale, Elena Soare
Clitic doubling and animacy in child heritage Romanian
12:45-13:15 Bianca-Elena Popa
Optional differential object marking in child heritage Romanian in Italy
13:15-13:45 Silvia Sánchez Calderón and Raquel Fernández Fuertes
The interplay between acquisition context and language status in the acquisition of datives by bilingual Spanish children
15:00-15:30 Ana Madeira, Alexandra Fiéis, Joana Teixeira
Input variability and adult L2 acquisition: The case of clitic placement in European Portuguese
15:30-16:00 Francesco Romano and Pedro Guijarro-Fuentes
Ultimate attainment of clitics in L2 and heritage speakers: on the role of perceived nativeness, general proficiency and age of first exposure
16:00-16:30 Alessia Lacroce, Mara Frascarelli
A flock of swallows is or are flying to Africa?High/low Agreement in pseudo-partitive constructions: An acquisitional perspective
16:45-17:15 Mara Frascarelli, Tania Stortini
Fronting in Italian and Spanish. An experimental comparative study on Information and Corrective Focus from an interface perspective
17:15-17:45 Mihaela Pirvulescu, Virginia Hill
Heritage Romanian: the acquisition of object clitic pronouns
17:45-18:15 Juana M. Liceras & Estela García Alcaraz
Subject-Verb switches and the “Phonetic Form Interface Condition”: the view from French-Spanish code-switching
18:15-18:45 John Grinstead, Pedro Antonio Ortiz
Piecewise Structural Equation Modeling of Child Quantifier Interpretations
Wednesday 20th September 2023
Workshop on Empty Categories
10:00-10:30 Anamaria Bentea, Ur Shlonsky, and Stephanie Durrleman
Effects of person mismatch on the comprehension of clefts in French
10:30-11:00 Giorgio Carella, Marco Casentini, Mara Frascarelli
Topic chains and interpretation of (c)overt Subjects in Italian L2 German learners. The relation between Competence and Proficiency
11:00-12:00 Plenary Session Caterina Donati Empty Categories in Bilinguals
12:15-12:45 Laura D'Aurizio, Laia Arnaus, Isabel Silva Colaco, Natascha Müller, Johanna Stahnke
e dis pas ça: Fillers in bilingual French children acquiring the null-subject property
12:45-13:15 Pedro Guijarro-Fuentes and Francesco Romano
Significances of the comparative fallacy for the acquisition of residual object drop in L2 Spanish
13:15-13:45 Anamaria Bentea, Theo Marinis
Romanian children’s real-time comprehension and production of which-questions with and without number mismatch
15:00-15:30 Erica dos Santos Rodrigues, Marina R. A. Augusto, Julianna Breia, Letícia M. Sicuro Corrêa
Intervention and inhibition effects in the comprehension of A-bar structures in Brazilian Portuguese
15:30-16:00 Irina Stoica
The acquisition of Romanian islands: A study on factive verbs
16:00-16:30 Dal Farra, Aurore Diane Gonzalez, Johannes Hein, Silvia Silleresi, Kazuko Yatsushiro, Maria Teresa Guasti, Uli Sauerland
The acquisition of long-distance wh-questions in Italian: a production study
16:45-17:15 Mara Moita
A case study on native sign language acquisition and late oral language exposure: wh- questions and relative clauses acquisition in oral language
17:15-17:45 Karina Bertolino
The acquisition of generic null subjects and bare singular count nouns in a partial null subject language
17:45-18:15 Chiara Dal Farra, Aurore Diane Gonzalez, Silvia Silleresi, Desiré Carioti, Maria Teresa Guasti
Sì e no: How Italian children answer positive and negative polar questions
18:15-18:45 Veronica Bressan
Intervention via feature inclusion in early grammars: the acquisition of scalar alcuni
21:00 Dinner at Restaurant Oven, in Gran Via, 55, Madrid. You can find the location at this link
Thursday 21st September 2023
10:00-10:30 Alice Jesus and Ana Lúcia Santos
Using verbal answers to test children's and adults' interpretations of belief reports
10:30-11:00 Aurora Bel, Rut Benito, Núria de Rocafiguera, Rafael Marín, Sílvia Perpiñán
Processing Spanish Copulas: Evidence from the Visual World Paradigm
11:00-12:00 Plenary Session: Maria Lobo On the acquisition of clefts: syntax and information structure
12:15-12:45 Pedro Antonio Ortiz, John Grinstead, Ana Arrieta Zamudio, Guadalupe Zúñiga Espinosa
What is the Relationship Between Cognitive & Linguistic Abilities and the Variation in Language?
12:45-13:15 Elena Shimanskaya, Tania Leal
L2 Acquisition of French possessive adjectives: from semantic to syntactic agreement
13:15-13:45 Sarah Rossi
The acquisition of imperatives: a corpus study on Italian

The inscription fee includes registration to the event and two lunches.  
Inscription will be through this link before 30th July 2023. After this date, only payments on site will be accepted. We can accept exceptionally inscriptions on site. 
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The Conference Dinner will take place on 20th September.

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Directed by
Vicenç Torrens
Profesor Titular Facultad de Psicología U.N.E.D.
Vicenç Torrens
Facultad de Psicología
Calle Juan del Rosal, 10
08040 Madrid 
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C/ Guzmán el Bueno, 133 
Edif. Germania 1º 
28003 Madrid (ESPAÑA) 
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