Conference Presentations

Papers (since 2017):

Gagne, D., A. Senghas, M. Coppola (2019). The influence of same-age peers on language emergence. Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research, Hamburg, Germany.

Carrigan, E.  and M. Coppola. (2019). ‘Iconic’ Number Signs Do Not Hasten Acquisition of Number Knowledge.  Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research, Hamburg, Germany.

Contreras, J. (g), E. Carrigan, A. Shusterman, and M. Coppola (2018). Language modality doesn’t affect number concept development, but timing of language exposure does: Insights from deaf children acquiring signed and spoken language. Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA.

Szarkowski, A., M. Coppola, M. Dicker, S. Gibbons, and D. Eng (2018). Brain Architecture: Utilizing Audiological, Psychological, and Linguistic Science With Children With Reduced Hearing. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Boston, MA.

Giovannone, N. (u), A. Fitzroy, R. Richie, K. Jasińska, S. Wood, N. Landi, M. Coppola, and M. Breen. (2018). Prosodic phrase boundary processing in native signers of ASL. Experimental and Theoretical Advances in Prosody (ETAP) 4, Amherst, MA.

Kocab, A., A. Senghas, M. Coppola, and J. Snedeker. (2017). The emergence of recursion: Evidence from Nicaraguan Sign Language and homesign. Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA.

Richie, R. (g), M. Hall, M. Coppola, and W. Tabor. (2017). Conventionalization and reduction in an emerging communication system: An experimental and computational modeling investigation. CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Cambridge, MA.

 

Posters (since 2017):

Carrigan, E. and M. Coppola (2019). Assistive listening technologies are not enough: Evidence from Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing children’s receptive vocabulary skills. Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA.

Giovannone, N. (u), Fitzroy, A. B., Richie, R. (g), Jasińska, K., Wood, S., Landi, N., Coppola, M. and M. Breen. (2018). Prosodic phrase boundary processing in native signers of ASL. To be presented at the Psychonomic Society, New Orleans, LA.

Gagne, D. (g), A. Senghas, and M. Coppola. (2017). Peer interaction is necessary for full conventionalization of space in an emerging language: Evidence from hearing children of Nicaraguan signers. Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA.

Jenkins, T. (g), C. Coelho, and M. Coppola. (2017). The role of semantic gesture content in macro- linguistic production in anomic aphasia. Academy of Aphasia, Baltimore, MD.

Jenkins, T. (g), C. Coelho, and M. Coppola. (2017). The role of semantic gesture content in macro- linguistic production in anomic aphasia. Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Snowbird, UT.

 

  • Dr. Marie Coppola next to her and Dr. Emily Carrigan's poster at BUCLD 2019.