- LSA Summer ’07 (Stanford University) Course: LSA.331: Language Acquisition Methodologies and Practices: How They Alter the Pursuit of the Scientific Study of Language
The study of language acquisition today requires collaborative and interdisciplinary research based on reliable and replicable cross-linguistic data sets. Collecting and creating these sets is a complex process involving not only the participant subjects but also audio-visual resources and associated technologies including cyberinfrastructure. In addition, they require making syntax, semantics, phonology and pragmatics accessible and relating these domains to various other areas of cognitive science.
Cyberinfrastructure for Research on Child Development: Contributions to Date,
Needs for the Future (Discussion Hour).
Rowell Huesmann, Barbara Lust. Chair: Peg (Marguerite) Barratt.
Society for Research on Child Development Biennial Meeting 2005.
April 7-10, 2005, Friday, 12.30-1.15 PM (Hilton Cobb), April 8, 2005
Exploring Cognitive Advantages of Childhood Bilingualism through
New Tests of Executive Attention.
Sujin Yang, Barbara Lust and JoAnn Shih. (2005).
Presented at the biannual meeting of the Society for
Research in Child Development, April, 2005, Atlanta, GA., USA.
Boston University Conference on Language Development, #29, 5-7 November
2004. Boston, MA.
Yarden Kedar, Marianella Casasola and Barbara Lus.
18 and 24-Month-Olds use Syntactic Knowledge
of Functional Categories for Determining Meaning and Reference
Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA, November 2004. [ PDF ][ PowerPoint ]
Sujin Yang and Barbara Lust
Effects of Bilingualism on the Attention Network Test:
Its significance and Implications.
The Stanford Child Language Research Forum, Palo-Alto, CA, April 17, 2004.
Yarden Kedar, Marianella Casasola and Barbara Lust
24-Month-Old Toddlers' Sensitivity to the Syntactic Role of Function Words in English Sentences:
Noun Phrase Determiners.
Global Futures Symposia at Rutgers University; Livingston College, November 6, 2003.
Lust, Barbara (invited speaker)
The Web as Enabler: A Virtual Center Links Language Acquisition Researchers across Time and Place.
Boston University Conference on Language Development, #28. Boston, MA, October 31, 2003.
Cristina Dye, Claire Foley, Maria Blume, and Barbara Lust
Mismatches between morphology and syntax in first language acquisition suggest a syntax-first model.
Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) and Association for Literacy and Linguistic Computing (ALLC), Web X: A Decade of the World Wide Web, at the University of Georgia, Athens; May 30-June 2003. Cornell unique collaboration between the CLAL and A. Mann Library was reported collaboratively with the presentation.
Maria Blume, Barbara Lust, James Gair and Elaine Westbrooks
Creating a Virtual Center as an International Web-based Interactive Infrastructure for Research and Teaching in the Language Sciences: A New Research and Library Collaboration.