17.3554, Confs: Neurolinguistics,Psycholinguistics/Netherlands

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Subject: 17.3554, Confs: Neurolinguistics,Psycholinguistics/Netherlands

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Date: 01-Dec-2006
From: Dieuwke de Goede < d.de.goede at rug.nl >
Subject: Workshop: Cross-Modal Priming 

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Date: Fri, 01 Dec 2006 14:30:57
From: Dieuwke de Goede < d.de.goede at rug.nl >
Subject: Workshop: Cross-Modal Priming 

Workshop: Cross-Modal Priming 

Date: 26-Jan-2007 - 26-Jan-2007 
Location: Groningen, Netherlands 
Contact: Dieuwke de Goede 
Contact Email: d.de.goede at rug.nl 
Meeting URL: http://odur.let.rug.nl/~degoede 

Linguistic Field(s): Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics 

Meeting Description: 

Workshop: On-line Spoken Sentence Processing: Recent evidence from Cross-Modal Priming 

The Cross-Modal Priming paradigm allows moment-by-moment activation of word meanings to be accurately tracked down during ongoing spoken sentence comprehension. 

The aim of this workshop is to give an overview of the significance of the Cross-Modal Priming paradigm for the study of spoken language comprehension. 

Speakers have been selected carefully to cover: 
- a broad range of topics (e.g., gapping, long-distance dependencies, pronouns and reflexives, verbs, working memory, rate of speech input) 

- different variants of the paradigm (e.g., Cross-Modal Lexical Priming, Cross-Modal Rhyme Priming, Cross-Modal Picture Priming, Cross-Modal Repetitive Picture Priming, Cross-Modal Gender Decision)

- and different research populations (e.g., children, second language learners, individuals with aphasia, children with SLI, healthy adults)

The workshop is relevant for linguists, psycholinguists and neurolinguists interested in on-line spoken sentence processing and for researchers and students interested in methodological issues on this topic. 

Confirmed speakers:
- Prof. dr. Lewis Shapiro (San Diego State University) 
- Dr. Tracy Love-Geffen (University of California at San Diego & San  
  Diego State University). 
- Dr. Claudia Felser (University of Essex)
- Prof. dr. Cynthia Thompson (Northwestern University, Evanston) 
- Prof. dr. Frank Wijnen (University of Utrecht) 
- Dr. John Hoeks (University of Groningen)
- Drs. Femke Wester (University of Groningen)
- Dr. Dieuwke de Goede (University of Groningen)

Admission is free

Please subscribe by sending an email to d.de.goede at rug.nl
Deadline for registration is January 12, 2007

The program will be available soon at: http://odur.let.rug.nl/~degoede

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