14.515, Confs: Human Sentence Processing

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Subject: 14.515, Confs: Human Sentence Processing

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Date:  Wed, 19 Feb 2003 15:37:29 +0000
From:  pearlmutter at neu.edu
Subject:  Human Sentence Processing, MA USA

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Date:  Wed, 19 Feb 2003 15:37:29 +0000
From:  pearlmutter at neu.edu
Subject:  Human Sentence Processing, MA USA


16th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing

Short Title: CUNY 2003
Location: Cambridge, MA, United States of America
Date: 27-MAR-03 - 29-MAR-03

Web Site: http://tedlab.mit.edu/CUNY2003/
Contact Person: Neal Pearlmutter
Meeting Email: cuny at tedlab.mit.edu
Linguistic Subfield(s): Psycholinguistics

	
Meeting Description:

The 16th annual CUNY sentence processing conference will take place on
March 27-29, 2003 in Cambridge, MA at MIT, hosted by MIT and
Northeastern University.  The conference will feature papers and
posters on theoretical, experimental, and computational research on
various aspects of human sentence processing, and a special session on
the processing and acquisition of reference.

Details of the program and of the special session are available on the
conference website:

http://tedlab.mit.edu/CUNY2003/

Hotel and registration information are also available at the web-site.

Please note that hotels in the Boston area are very expensive (usually
over $170 US / night). We have booked a limited number of local hotels
at much reduced rates.  In order to take advantage of these rates, ***
you must book by February 25, 2003 ***.

Email: cuny at tedlab.mit.edu.
CUNY 2003 conference committee:
Ted Gibson: egibson at mit.edu
Neal Pearlmutter: pearlmutter at northeastern.edu
Doug Rohde: dr at tedlab.mit.edu			

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