Writing

Papers

Matchin, W., Hammerly, C. , Lau, E. (in press) The role of the IFG and pSTS in syntactic prediction: evidence from a parametric study of hierarchical structure in fMRI. Cortex. Full Paper.

Hammerly, C. (under review) Limiting Gender. Manuscript.

 

Presentations

Selected Talks

Hammerly, C. (2015) Limiting Gender. Gender, class, and determination: A conference on the nominal spine. Handout.

Hammerly, C. (2015) The theoretical fallout of non-systematic sex denotation in French gender. Berkeley Linguistics Society 41st Annual MeetingHandout

Hammerly, C. (2014) Mapping gender assignment in French: Nominal categories and features. Harvard Undergraduate Linguistics ColloquiumSlides

Hammerly, C. (2014) The Linguistic-Conceptual Interface and the French Gender Paradigm: A Cross-Disciplanary Approach to Linguistic Relativity. Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Conference at the University of Minnesota. SlidesTranscript

Hammerly, C. (2014) Mapping gender assignment in French: Nominal categories and features. Minnesota Undergraduate Linguistics Symposium.

Posters

Hammerly, C. & Dillon, B. (2017) Restricting domains of retrieval: Evidence for clause-bound processing from agreement attraction. 30th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing. Poster.

Matchin, W.,Hammerly, C., & Lau, E.  (2015) A parametric study of hierarchical structure building in fMRI and MEG. Seventh Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language (SNL). Poster.

Stephens, E., Hammerly, C. , & Sera, M. (2015) Effect of native phonology and semantics in preschoolers’ foreign word learning. 2015 Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) Biennial Meeting. Poster.

Hammerly, C. (2014) Conceptual and morphophonological grammatical gender assignment in French: Lexical architecture and derivational operations. Ninth International Conference on the Mental Lexicon.

Hammerly, C. , Sera, M., & Stephens, E. (2013) What Semantic and Phonological Properties Influence Second language Learning? Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium at the University of Minnesota.