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Thu Apr 5 2001

Confs: Prosody in Processing (PiP)

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  1. Jocelyn Cohan, Prosody in Processing (PiP)

Message 1: Prosody in Processing (PiP)

Date: Thu, 05 Apr 2001 14:28:58 +0200
From: Jocelyn Cohan <>
Subject: Prosody in Processing (PiP)

The Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS at Utrecht University will host an
international workshop entitled "Prosody in Processing" (PiP) on 5-6 July
2001. The workshop brings together researchers interested in issues
relevant to the role of prosody in the human language faculty.

The workshop program appears below.

Information about the workshop, travel and accommodations in Utrecht
appears on the PiP Workshop website:

Abstracts of papers to be presented can be viewed at the website. 
Poster abstracts will appear in the near future.

Participants may pre-register for the conference via the website link 
"To registration form."

Workshop Registration Fees:
 Regular registration: fl. 150 (euro 68)
 Student registration: fl. 100 (euro 46)

* Workshop Programme: *

Thursday, 5 July, 2001

9:00 Opening & Registration

 Session 1 Prosody and modularity 1

9:15 Janet Dean Fodor, CUNY
"Prosodic disambiguation in silent reading: New evidence from Croatian"

10:00 Mark Steedman, University of Edinburgh
"The categorical grammar of intonation"

 Session 2 Prosody and syntax 1

11:15 Hubert Truckenbrodt, Rutgers U/MIT
"Shreds of syntactic structure"

12:00 Frank Wijnen, UiL-OTS, Utrecht University
"Implicit prosody in sentence processing"

 Session 3 Prosody and interpretation 1
14:00 Anne Cutler, Max-Planck-Inst f�r Psycholinguistik, Nijmegen,
Title TBA

14:45 Carlos Gussenhoven, University of Nijmegen
"Three Biological Codes in the Phonetics of Intonation

 Session 4 Prosody and syntax 2
16:00 Lyn Frazier, Dept Linguistics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
"Informative Prosodic Boundaries"

16:45 Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Speech Communication Group, RLE, MIT
"Prosodic restructuring of morphosyntactic constituents in speech
production planning"

Evening: Workshop Dinner

Friday, 6 July, 2001

 Session 5 Prosody and acquisition 1

9:15 Marina Nespor, University of Ferrara
"From Focus To Syntax"

10:00 Anne Christophe, Lab de Sc Cognitives et Psycholinguistique, Paris
"Infants and adults exploit phonological phrase boundaries on-line to drive
lexical access

 Session 6 Poster Session

O. Bagou, C. Fougeron, U. Frauenfelder, Laboratoire de Psycholinguistique
Experimentale, Universite de Geneve
"Acquisition of an artificial language: the role of prosodic cues in
lexical segmentation"

Mary Baltazani, University of California, Los Angeles
"On the relation between quantifier scope and intonation"

Mieko Banno, University of California, Santa Barbara
"Constituency of declination in Japanese discourse"

Diane Brentari & Laurinda Crossley, Purdue University
"Prosody on the hands and face: evidence from American Sign Language"

Johanneke Caspers, Universiteit Leiden Centre for Linguistics
"The relationship between intonation, syntactic completion and turn-taking
in Dutch task-oriented dialogues

Brent de Chene, Waseda University
"Prosody and subject traces

Saveria Colonna & Jo�l Pynte, Laboratoire Parole et Langage, Universite de
"Relative clause attachment in French: the role of Fodor's
'same-size-sister' constraint

Grzegorz Dogil & Bernd M�bius, IMS/Experimental Phonetics, University of
"Internal models and postural features in the perception based model of the
production of prosody

Gorka Elordieta, University of the Basque Country.
"Binarity constraints on intermediate phrases

Katja Jasinskaja, Universitaet Tubingen
"On the Role of Structural Context in the Implementation of Prenuclear
Pitch Accents in Russian

Kerstin Leuckefeld, University of Potsdam/Max Planck Institute of Cognitive
Neuroscience Leipzig, Anja Hahne, Max Planck Institute of Cognitive
Neuroscience Leipzig, Kai Alter, Max Planck Institute of Cognitive
Neuroscience Leipzig
"Neuronal correlates of processing intonational phrase boundaries in
school-aged children

J�rg Meyer, IMS/Experimental Phonetics, University of Stuttgart; Dirk
Wildgruber, University of Tubingen; Herman Ackermann, University of
T�bingen; Grzegorz Dogil University of Stuttgart; Axel Riecker, University
of Tubingen; Wolfgang Grodd, University of Tubingen
"Lateralized fMRI activation at the level of the motor cortext during
linguistic and affective prosody production tasks

Ann Peters, University of Hawai'i at Manoa & Katsura Aoyama, University of
Alabama at Birmingham
"Prosody of adult English and unglossable filler syllables in early
language development

Amy Schafer & Sun-Ah Jun, University of California, Los Angeles
"Effects of focus on prosodic reflections of phrase structure in American

Julia Schl�ter, Universitaet Paderborn
"The role of rhythm in language processing: evidence from corpus linguistics

Amanda Seidl & Peter Jusczyk, Johns Hopkins University
"Acquisition of VP as a prosodic unit

Kayono Shiobara, University of British Columbia
"A prosodic word as a unit of sentence processing

Britta Stolterfoht, Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience Leipzig,
J�rg D. Jescheniak, Center of Cognitive Science, University of Leipzig,
Anja Hahne, Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience Leipzig
"The influence of stress information on the processing of syntactic
category ambiguities

Duane Watson & Edward Gibson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"The relationship between linguistic structure and prosodic structure in
sentence processing

Pauline Welby, The Ohio State University
"Influence on sentence processing of two levels of prosodic phrasing

Ulrike Toepel, University of Potsdam/Max Planck Institute of Cognitive
Neuroscience Leipzig, Douglas Saddy, University of Potsdam, Kai Alter, Max
Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience Leipzig
"Cortical responses to prosodic processing (Alternate Poster)

 Session 7 Prosody and interpretation 2

14:00 Herman Hendriks, , UiL-OTS, Utrecht University
"Raising Alternatives

14:45 Jocelyn Cohan, , UiL-OTS, Utrecht University
"Separate factors in syntactic production: information status and prosodic

 Session 8 Prosody and modularity 2

16:00 Ardi Roelofs, Max-Planck-Inst f�r Psycholinguistik, Nijmegen
"Prosody, Modularity, and Lexical Access in Planning Simple Utterances

16:45 Lisa Selkirk, Dept Linguistics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
"Output Parallelism: Effects of phonology on morphosyntax?

17:30 Closing

	Organising committee of the workshop "Prosody in Processing"
	Utrecht Institute of Linguistics, Utrecht University, July 5-6, 2001
	workshop e-mail address:
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