LINGUIST List 13.209

Sat Jan 26 2002

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  1. Bernhard Schroeder, CfP ESPP 2001
  2. Atelier des Doctorants en Linguistique, CfP ADL'2002

Message 1: CfP ESPP 2001

Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2002 20:33:20 +0100
From: Bernhard Schroeder <>
Subject: CfP ESPP 2001

European Society for Philosophy and Psychology

Call for Papers 2002 Annual Meeting.
Lyon, France, July, 10th to 13th, 2002.

The aim of the Society is "to promote interaction between
philosophers, linguists, and psychologists on issues of common
concern". Psychologists, neuroscientists, linguists, computer
scientists and biologists are encouraged to report experimental,
theoretical and clinical work that they judge to have philosophical
significance. In recent years ESPP sessions have covered such topics
as spatial concepts, simulation theory, attention, problems of
consciousness, emotion, perception, early numerical cognition, memory
and time, motor imagery, counterfactuals, reasoning, vagueness,
cognitive semantics, semantic-pragmatic-distinction, deixis, mental
causation, action, thought without language, externalism,
connectionism, and the interpretation of neuropsychological results.

The complete list of invited speakers and themes for invited symposia
will be available shortly. At the moment, confirmed invited speakers
Peter Gerdenfors (Lund University)
Manuel Garcia Carpintero (University of Barcelona)
Tim Dalgleish (Cambridge University)
Matthew Crocker (Saarland University)

Confirmed symposia include:
Game Theory in Linguistics and Cognitive Science (convenor: Robert van
Rooy, Amsterdam).
Pragmatics (convenor: Richard Breheny, Cambridge)
Hypnosis (convenor: Zsoltan Dienes, Sussex)
Self recognition (convenor: Marc Jeannerod, Lyon)

The Society invites submitted papers and posters for this meeting.
Submitted papers are refereed and selected on the basis of quality and
relevance to psychologists, linguists and philosophers. Papers should
not exceed a length of 20 minutes (about 8 double-spaced pages) for
sessions which will last a total of 30 minutes. Papers must be
accompanied by a camera-ready 300-word abstract (to be included in the
conference booklet) From this year there will also be thematic
sessions: authors are invited to submit together 3 or 4 papers under a
common theme to be refereed jointly and assessed for acceptance as a
themed symposium. There will also be poster presentations. A
submission for a poster presentation should consist of a 500-word

Submitted papers may also be considered for presentation as posters.
The deadline for submission is April 30th, 2002. Please use the online
submission form to be found at: Otherwise, electronic
submissions are preferred (in PDF, PS or MS Word format) and should be
sent to any ONE of the following:

Dr. Anton Kohberger
University of Salzburg, Dept. of Psychology, Hellbrunnerstr. 34, A-5020
Salzburg, Austria

Dr. Michael Martin
University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, Great Britain

Dr. Bernhard Schroder
Institut fer Kommunikationsforschung und Phonetik (IKP),
Universitat Bonn,
Poppelsdorfer Allee 47, D-53115 Bonn, Germany

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Message 2: CfP ADL'2002

Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2002 21:14:55 +0100
From: Atelier des Doctorants en Linguistique <>
Subject: CfP ADL'2002

 7th Doctorate Meeting in Linguistics
			 University Paris 7
 May, 29th-31st, 2002


The Doctorate Workshop in Linguistics at the University Paris 7 is
organizing the 7th Doctorate Meeting in Linguistics on May 29th-31st,
2002, with the logistical and financial support of the Graduate School
in Linguistics and the University Paris 7.

The purpose of this meeting is to promote exchange and communication
among young researchers and doctorate students of different fields of
interest in linguistics. We therefore impose no restrictions on the
subject of the presentations, or on the level of linguistic analysis.

The ADL'2002 conference will consist of scientific presentations and
demonstration sessions and posters. Official languages for the
conference are French and English. Speakers will be given 20 minutes
to present their paper, followed by 10 minutes for discussion.

Selected papers will be published in the form of proceedings. Further
information concerning the definitive format of the papers will be
given at a later date. Futhermore, please note that we can cover
partial of full transportation cost for speakers travelling more than

********** DATES **********

- --> DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS : Friday, March 1st, 2002 <----

Notification of acceptance : March, 30th, 2002
Final version :		 May, 2nd, 2002
Conference :		 May, 29th-31st, 2002

********** SUBMISSION PROCEEDING **********

Doctorate students are asked to submit an abstract of one or two pages
and, possibly, an additional page with data and/or references. The
papers must be sent by e-mail before March, 1st, 2002, to 
The papers must be anonymous and the message should include the title
of the paper and the names of the authors.

If you cannot use e-mail to send us your paper, we accept printed
copies. In that case, please send three copies to the following

 Case 7003
 2, Place Jussieu
 75 251 Paris Cedex 05

********** SUBMISSION FORMAT **********

Authors must send their submission by e-mail as an attached file
(either RTF, PS or PDF file), in A4 format and NOT Letter. The
formats to use are available on the conference web site:

For additional information, please contact the organization team:

 7e rencontres de l'atelier des doctorants en linguistique
			 Universite Paris 7
		 du Mercredi 29 au Vendredi 31 Mai 2002


L'atelier des Doctorants en Linguistique de l'Universite Paris 7
organise poura la septieme fois une rencontre qui se tiendra les 29,
30 et 31 Mai 2002, avec l'aide logistique et financiere de l'Ecole
Doctorale de Sciences du langage et de l'Universite Paris 7.

L'objet de ce colloque est de favoriser les echanges et de creer des
liens entre jeunes chercheurs et doctorants quel que soit leur domaine
de recherche en linguistique. Aussi, le contenu des communications est
libre : aucun theme n'est impose, et tous les niveaux d'analyse
linguistique sont acceptes.

La conference ADL'2002 comprendra des communications scientifiques et
des seances de demonstration et posters. Les langues officielles de la
conference sont le francais et l'anglais. La duree des communications
est de 20 minutes (+10 minutes de discussion).

Les communications seront rassemblees sous formes d'actes. Des
renseignements supplementaires concernant le format definitif des
communications seront donnes ulterieurement. Par ailleurs, il existe
une possibilite d'un remboursement d'une partie des frais du transport
pour les intervenants ne venant pas de la region Parisienne.

********** CALENDRIER **********

- --> DATE LIMITE DE SOUMISSION : VENDREDI 1er Mars 2002 <----

Notification aux auteurs : 	 30 Mars 2002			 
Version finale (pret-a-clicher) : 2 Mai 2002
Conference :			 29-31 Mai 2002	

********** MODALITES DE SOUMISSION **********

Les doctorants sont invites a envoyer un resume d'une ou deux pages
avec, eventuellement, une page de references ou de tableaux. Les
soumissions devront parvenir au comite d'organisation avant le 1er
Mars 2002, sous forme de message electronique, adressees a 
Les soumissions devront �tre anonymes et message contiendra le titre
de la soumission et les noms des auteurs.

En cas d'impossibilite d'envoi par courrier electronique, une
soumission "papier" pourra etre admise. Dans ce cas, trois exemplaires
devront etre envoyes a l'adresse suivante:
 Case 7003
 2, Place Jussieu
 75 251 Paris Cedex 05

********** FORMAT DES SOUMISSIONS **********

Les auteurs devront envoyer leur soumission par courrier electronique
sous la forme d'un document attache (fichiers rtf, ps ou pdf au format
A4 et non Lettre US). Les formats a utiliser pour la redaction sont
disponibles sur le site de la conference:

Pour plus d'informations contacter l'equipe d'organisation :


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