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Fri Dec 6 2002

Confs: Applied Psycholinguistics

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Message 1: International Society of Applied Psycholinguistics, Poland

Date: Thu, 05 Dec 2002 16:06:39 +0000
From: kotlet <kotletzeus.polsl.gliwice.pl>
Subject: International Society of Applied Psycholinguistics, Poland

7th Congress of the International Society of Applied Psycholinguistics

Short Title: 7th ISAPL Congress
Location: Cieszyn, Poland
Date: 06-Sep-2004 - 09-Sep-2004 
Web Site: http://www.us.edu.pl/uniwersytet/konferencje/2004/isapl
Contact Person: Janusz Arabski
Meeting Email: enofficeares.fils.us.edu.pl
Linguistic Subfield(s): Psycholinguistics 

Meeting Description: 

We would like to invite all our Colleagues working in the field of
psycholinguistics and related areas to the 7th Congress of the
International Society of Applied Psycholinguistics (ISAPL) to be held
in Cieszyn, Poland on 6 - 9 September 2004. The event is being
organized by ISAPL in cooperation with the University of Silesia, who
have kindly offered to sponsor the event.

Visit our website:
http://www.us.edu.pl/uniwersytet/konferencje/2004/isapl 

The theme of the Congress is ''Challenging tasks for psycholinguistics
in the new century'' and it is organized into the following thematic
sections:

1.	Language and cognition 
2.	Speech comprehension and production 
3.	First language acquisition 
4.	Second language acquisition/foreign language learning 
5.	Language, communication and education 
6.	Bilingualism and multilingualism 
7.	Oral versus written communication 
8.	Verbal and nonverbal ways of communicating 
9.	Psycholinguistic analysis of literary texts 
10.	Psycholinguistic aspects of translation 
11.	Semiotics from a psycholinguistic perspective 
12.	Psycholinguistics and the mass media 
13.	Language disorders and speech pathology 
14.	Human communication models and computers 
15.	Mass communication, the media and psycholinguistics 

There will be a roundtable session on second language acquisition and
other roundtable sessions following suggestions to be received by the
30th of June 2003. There will also be plenaries by invited speakers
and specialists in the field. Prospective participants are requested
to submit a proposal (abstract) for either an oral presentation or a
poster in one of the thematic sections.
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