Andrew Jessop wins AMLaP 2018 student presentation prize

Andrew Jessop, a LuCiD-affiliated PhD student at the University of Liverpool, won a prize for his talk at this year's Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP) conference. The talk, co-authored by LuCiD Co-I, Franklin Chang, discussed Difficulties Tracking Role-referent Switches Can Help to Explain the Subject/Object Relative Clause Asymmetry. 

The prize was awarded by Brain Sciences Open Access Journal of Neuroscience. Congratulations, Andrew!

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