Psycholinguistics / Neurolinguistics Seminar

LING 264. Seminar in Psycholinguistics / Neurolinguistics.
Overview.

The Psycholinguistics / Neurolinguistics Seminar provides opportunities to workshop ideas for work in progress, work through a paper, or give a practice talk. Presenters may also give tutorials on methods, statistics, or programming experiments. It may be taken for 2 or 4 credits. Auditors are also welcome, even those without prior experience in psycholinguistics!

A current schedule is provided below.


Spring 2018

Jesse Harris
Thursday 4-5:50PM – Campbell 2122 (Conference Room)

Preliminary weekly schedule.

Week Date Topic (Presenter) Notes
1 April 5, 2018 SR Research Experiment Builder demo (Stephanie) Video overview
2 April 12, 2018 Visual world paradigm (Chie)
3 April 19, 2018 CLS practice talks (Jesse on Russian serial verbs; Marju on word order in Estonian)
4 April 26, 2018 Workshop abstracts Jesse and Marju away at CLS
5 May 3, 2018 Factive reports (Travis & Beth) / Semantic processing in Uyghur (Travis)
6 May 10, 2018 LynFest practice talk (Jesse on resolving sluices to disjunct correlates)
7 May 17, 2018 TBD Jesse and Stephanie away at LynFest at UMass
8 May 24, Grammatical illusions and prosody (Adam) Note: Short session due to the Friends of Linguistics talks 5-7PM
9 May 31, 2018 Appositives (Allie & Marju) / TBD
10 June 7, 2018 TBD