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  1. NBL Conference Committee, The Neurological Basis of Language - Groningen, The Netherlands

Message 1: The Neurological Basis of Language - Groningen, The Netherlands

Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2001 12:47:43 +0200
From: NBL Conference Committee <>
Subject: The Neurological Basis of Language - Groningen, The Netherlands

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 The Neurological Basis of Language:

 An Interdisciplinary Conference on
 Aphasiological, Computational, and Neuroimaging Approaches

 July 9-11, 2001
 Groningen, The Netherlands


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Final Announcement
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This is the final announcement for The Neurological Basis of
Language Conference (July, 9-11, 2001, Groningen, The
Netherlands). The conference aims to present an overview of how
synthesis of aphasiological, computational, and neuroimaging
approaches has advanced our understanding of the neurological
basis of language.

Who are the Organizers?
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The conference is being organized by the PIONIER Research Group on
The Neurological Basis of Language (Dept. of Linguistics, Faculty of
Arts, School of Behavioral and Cognitive Neurosciences, University of
Groningen) funded by the Dutch Organization for Scientific Research
(NWO) together with our colleagues from the School of Behavioral and
Cognitive Neurosciences.

We look forward to seeing you at our conference in the pleasant
environment of an old University town in the Northeast of the

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For a detailed overview of our program, we refer to our website at
Below is a listing of all presenting authors.

Day 1
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Sabine Weiss, Horst M. M�ller, & Peter Rappelsberger
University of Vienna

Mieko Ueno & Robert Kluender
University of California, San Diego

Karsten Steinhauer
Georgetown University, Washington D.C.

Peter Hagoort
University of Nijmegen/Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

Guillaume Thierry *, Danielle Ibarolla, Dominique Cardebat, & Jean-Fran�ois
* Psychology Department, University of Wales, Bangor, UK. INSERM U455,
Purpan Hospital, Toulouse, France.

H.T. van Schie, M.L. Kellenbach, L.A. Stowe, & A.A. Wijers
BCN, University of Groningen

Monique Lamers, Bernadette M. Schmitt,* & Thomas M�nte
University of Magdeburg; * University of Maastricht

Kara D. Federmeier & Marta Kutas
University of California, San Diego

Jeffrey Hutsler
University of Michigan

Day 2
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Keynote Address: Angela Friederici
Max Planck Institute for Cognitive Neurosciences

F.J. Liegeois, F. Vargha-Khadem, T. Baldeweg, D. Gadian, & A. Connelly
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Unit and Radiology and Physics Unit,
Institute of Child Health, UCL, and Great Ormond Street Hospital for

Roelien Bastiaanse
University of Groningen

Stavroula Stavrakaki & Sofia Kouvava
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Herman Kolk
University of Nijmegen

Ardi Roelofs
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

Gabriella Vigliocco & David P. Vinson
University College of London

Dirk-Bart den Ouden
BCN, University of Groningen

Keynote Address: Cathy Price
Wellcome Department of Cognitive Neurology, Institute of Neurology, London,

Day Three
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Keynote Address: Laurie A. Stowe
BCN, University of Groningen

Peter Ford Dominey
Institut des Sciences Cognitives, Lyon

Viorica Marian, Michael Spivey, & Joy Hirsch
Northwestern University (VM), Cornell University (MS), Columbia University

Csaba Pleh, Agnes Lukacs, & Mihaly Racsmany
Institute for Psychology, HAS and University of Szeged

Stella de Bode & Susan Curtiss

Marc F. Joanisse & Mark S. Seidenberg
University of Western Ontario & University of Southern California

Pieter H. Been & Frans Zwarts
BCN, University of Groningen

Keynote Address: David Plaut
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
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