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He, A. X., A. Wellwood, J. Lidz, and A. Williams. “Verb learning and the perception of threeparticipant events in infants and adults.” International Conference on Infant Studies (ICIS), Berlin, Germany. July 2014.

Wellwood, A. “Decomposing gradable adjectives and introducing degrees.” Linguistic Society of America (LSA) annual meeting, Minneapolis, MN. January 2014.

He, A. X., A. Wellwood, J. Lidz, and A. Williams. “Assessing event perception in adults and prelinguistic children: A prelude to syntactic bootstrapping.” Linguistic Society of America (LSA) annual meeting, Minneapolis, MN. January 2014.

He, A. X., A. Wellwood, J. Lidz, and A. Williams. “Assessing event perception in adults and prelinguistic children: A prelude to syntactic bootstrapping.” 38th Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD), Boston University, Boston, MA. November 2013.

Wellwood, A. “How much plurals count.” The 3rd Mid-Atlantic Colloquium for Studies in Meaning (MACSIM). April 2013.

Odic, D, A. Wellwood, P. Pietroski, J. Lidz, T. Hunter, J. Halberda. “How word meanings interface with cognition: a case-study of children’s acquisition of ‘most’.” Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) biennial meeting, Seattle, WA. April 2013.

Gagliardi, A., A. Wellwood, J. Lidz. “Modeling meaning choice for novel adjectives using Bayesian learning.” Linguistic Society of America (LSA) annual meeting, Boston, MA. January 2013.

Halberda, J., P. Pietroski, T. Hunter, D. Odic, A. Wellwood, J. Lidz. “More & most: spatial vision affects word understanding on an iPad.” Vision Science Society (VSS) annual meeting, Naples, Florida. May 2012.

Wellwood, A., C. Vogel, J. B. Ritchie, R. Dudley, and E. Bennett. “Events and their causes: a transparency issue.” The 2nd Mid-Atlantic Colloquium for Studies in Meaning (MACSIM), University of Maryland. February 2012.

Gagnon, M., and A. Wellwood. “Distributivity and modality: where each may go, every can’t follow.” Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 21, Rutgers University. May 2011.

Gagnon, M., and A. Wellwood. “Epistemic containment and the distribution of quantifiers.” The 1st Mid-Atlantic Colloquium for Studies in Meaning (MACSIM), University of Pennsylvania. April 2010.

Hunter, T., J. Lidz, A. Wellwood, and A. Conroy. “Restrictions on the meanings of determiners:

typological generalisations and learnability.” Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 19, Ohio State University. April 2009.

Wellwood, A., R. Pancheva, V. Hacquard, S. Fults, C. Phillips. “The role of event comparison in comparative illusions.” CUNY Human Sentence Processing 2009, University of California, Davis.

March 2009.

† graduate student, § senior contributor Internal/interdisciplinary talks Wellwood, A. TBA. Philosophy & Linguistics Group (NU PhLing). Upcoming: Fall 2016.

Wellwood, A. “Comparatives and natural language ontology.” Cognitive Systems lab brown bag lunch (NU Electrical Engineering and Computer Science). Spring 2016.

Wellwood, A. “Meaning, vision, and acquisition: Part II.” Cognition and Language lab meeting (PI: D. Gentner, NU Psychology). Summer 2015.

Wellwood, A. “Meaning and vision.” Visual Thinking lab meeting (PI: S. Franconeri, NU Psychology). Spring 2015.

Wellwood, A. “Meaning, vision, and acquisition.” Project on Child Development (PI: S. Waxman, NU Psychology). Spring 2015.

Wellwood, A. “Meaning, vision, and acquisition: Part I.” Cognition and Language lab meeting (PI: D. Gentner, NU Psychology). Spring 2015.

Wellwood, A. “Measurement, abstraction, and natural language ontology”. Philosophy & Linguistics Group (NU PhLing). Winter 2015.

Wellwood, A. “Grading attitudes.” UMD Philosophy and Linguistics Internal Colloquium (UMD PHLINT) 1. Spring 2013.

Fellowships, Awards & Scholarships

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Internal associations Founder/President, Philosophy and Linguistics Student Association, UMD 2010-2012 Academics Representative, Linguistics Student Association, Concordia 2007-2008

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