It looks like a good collective time to meet will be Mondays at 2:15pm for this quarter, so that's what we'll plan on. Our first meeting will be on April 14, and our complete schedule is available on the webpage at
On April 14, we'll be looking at an article that investigates how learners generalize in the absence of input that distinguishes between two hypotheses. This is an experimental paper that makes explicit links to the learning process and may provide fruitful data for acquisition modeling work.
Han, C., Lidz, J., & Musolino, J. 2013. Grammar Selection in the Absence of Evidence: Korean Scope and Verb-Raising Revisited. Manuscript, University of Maryland College Park and Rutgers University. Please do not cite without permission from the authors.
See you on April 14!