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Full Title: 2014 Korean Society for Language and Information Workshop on Meaning and Cognition

Short Title: 2014 KSLI Workshop
Location: Seoul, Korea, South
Start Date: 20-Jun-2014 - 21-Jun-2014
Contact: Sowoo Chung
Meeting Email: click here to access email
Meeting Description: This workshop aims to cover a broad range of research concerned with any linguistic topics relevant to psycholinguistics and cognitive linguistics. We will
be especially interested in the theme of meaning and cognition.

The workshop is followed by the regular KSLI summer conference (21 June 2014) that addresses any linguistic topics in general.

Keynote Speakers:

Workshop on Meaning and Cognition:

Chungmin Lee (Seoul National University)
'How Metalinguistic Negation Differs from Descriptive Negation: ERP and Other Evidence'

Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima University)
'Experimental syntax of genitive subject in Korean and Japanese: A view from prosody-syntax interface'

Nayoung Kwon (Kunkuk University)
'Effects of conceptual structure in on-line sentence processing: Evidence from ERPs'

The Regular KSLI Summer Conference:

Jaesung Hong (Seoul National University)
Seung-Kwon Choi (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute)
Linguistic Subfield: Cognitive Science; Computational Linguistics; Psycholinguistics
LL Issue: 25.322

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