Sunday, 30 August 2009, MTA DAB Székház

10:00 registration
10:30-10:40 opening
10:40-11:20 Péter Rácz &
Márton Sóskuthy (Eötvös Lóránd University / HAS)
  The effects of frequency and morphological complexity on aphasic speech production
11:20-12:00 Márta Peredy (RIL HAS)
  A stochastic optimality theoretic account for the variation in Hungarian object agreement
 
presentation handout
12:00-14:00 lunch break
14:00-14:50 invited talk
Anikó Csirmaz (University of Utah)
  Scales, verbs and verbal prefixes
 
presentation
14:50-15:30 David I. Beaver (University of Texas at Austin) &
Edgar Onea (University of Stuttgart)
  Hungarian focus is not exhausted
15:30-16:10 Balázs Surányi (RIL HAS)
  A Modular Account of Hungarian Focus Movement
16:10-16:30 coffee break
16:30-17:10 Katalin É. Kiss (RIL HAS)
  "Tetszettek volna forradalmat csinálni!" On a type of optative construction
 
handout
17:10-17:50 Csaba Olsvay (Pázmány Péter Catholic University)
  Focus and negation in Hungarian: some problems and the idea of VP-movement
 
handout
18:30 reception at the university


Monday, 31 August 2009, MTA DAB Székház

9:20-10:10 invited talk
Valéria Csépe (Research Institute of Psychology of the HAS) &
Ferenc Honbolygó (Research Institute of Psychology of the HAS)
  Template or saliency? Processing of suprasegmental cues by the human brain
10:10-10:50 Shinichiro Ishihara (University of Potsdam) &
Barbara Ürögdi (RIL HAS)
  The Syntax-Prosody Interface and Sentential Complementation in Hungarian
 
presentation
10:50-11:10 coffee break
11:10-11:50 Sylvia Blaho &
Dániel Szeredi (RIL HAS)
  (The non-existence of) secondary stress in Hungarian
 
presentation
11:50-12:30 Tibor Laczkó (University of Debrecen)
  Arguments for the Argument Structure of Relational Nouns
 
presentation
12:30-14:00 lunch break
14:00-14:50 invited talk
Christopher Piñón (Université de Lille 3)
  Result states in Hungarian
 
handout
14:50-15:30 György Rákosi (University of Debrecen)
  Reflexivity marking in Hungarian PPs
 
presentation
15:30-16:10 Ágnes Bende-Farkas (RIL HAS) &
Hans Kamp (IMS Stuttgart University and UT Austin)
  Focus, Negation and N-words in Hungarian
16:30 excursion


Tuesday, 1 September 2009, MTA DAB Székház

9:00-9:50 invited talk
Kriszta Szendrői (University College London)
  Focus movement is wh-movement?
9:50-10:30 Judit Gervain (University of British Columbia)
  The input to language acquisition: the analysis of the statistical properties of infant-directed speech in Hungarian and Italian
 
presentation
10:30-11:10 Bence Kas (RIL HAS) &
Ágnes Lukács
  Focus interpretation in typical and atypical acquisition of Hungarian
 
presentation
11:10-11:20 coffee break
11:20-12:10 poster session
12:10-13:40 lunch break
13:40-14:20 Mária Gósy (RIL HAS) &
Catherine Ringen (University of Iowa)
  Everything You Always Wanted to Know About VOT in Hungarian
 
handout
14:20-15:00 Péter Rebrus (RIL HAS) &
Miklós Törkenczy (Eötvös Lóránd University / HAS)
  Dialectal variation in paradigm structure in Hungarian
15:00-15:40 Jutta Hartmann (University of Tübingen) &
Veronika Hegedűs
  Equation is predication: evidence from Hungarian
 
handout
15:40-16:00 coffee break
16:00-16:40 Andrea Márkus (CASTL, University of Tromsø)
  What Passes for a Passive? An investigation of passive participles in Hungarian
 
handout
16:40-17:20 Gergely Pethő (University of Debrecen) &
Éva Lányi (University of Debrecen)
  On indirect causativisation in Hungarian and the indispensability of an active lexicon
 
handout
17:20-18:00 Huba Bartos (RIL HAS)
  Hungarian external causatives: monoclausal but bi-eventive
18:00 closing the conference


Alternates (first 5)

Tibor Laczkó (University of Debrecen)
Arguments for the Argument Structure of Relational Nouns
Mária Gósy (RIL HAS) & Robert Vago (Queens College of CUNY)
A Case of Grounded Compensatory Lengthening in Hungarian
Katalin É. Kiss (RIL HAS)
"Tetszettek volna forradalmat csinálni!" On a type of optative construction
Gábor Alberti (University of Pécs)
Genericity in Hungarian
Beáta Gyuris (RIL HAS) & Cecília Molnár (Eötvös Lóránd University / HAS)
The interpretation of Hungarian focus in Bidirectional Optimality Theory


Posters

Mária Gósy & Robert Vago (Queens College of CUNY)
A Case of Grounded Compensatory Lengthening in Hungarian
Ildikó Tóth (Pázmány Péter Catholic University)
The licensing and interpretation of non-referential subjects in Hungarian
handout
Casper de Groot (Universiteit van Amsterdam)
Oriented adjuncts in Hungarian: typology and problems for linguistic theory
poster paper
László Hunyadi (University of Debrecen) & Éva Bíró
Experimental evidence for inherent grouping in preschool children
Ildikó Hoffmann (University of Szeged), Dezső Németh, Laura Szél, Tamás Irinyi, Magdolna Pákáski & János Kálmán
Verbal working memory and the role of the phonological loop in Alzheimer's Disease
poster
Ágnes Bende-Farkas (RIL HAS)
Control Resultatives in Hungarian