LINGUIST List 14.892

Thu Mar 27 2003

Confs: Aphasia Research & Therapy, Germany

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  1. gab2003, 3. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft fuer Aphasieforschung und -behandlung

Message 1: 3. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft fuer Aphasieforschung und -behandlung

Date: 27 Mar 2003 16:25:22 -0000
From: gab2003 <>
Subject: 3. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft fuer Aphasieforschung und -behandlung

3. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft fuer Aphasieforschung und -behandlung 
Short Title: GAB2003
Date: 06-Nov-2003 - 08-Nov-2003
Location: Leipzig, Germany
Contact: Evelyn Ferstl
Contact Email: 
Meeting URL:
Linguistic Sub-field: Neurolinguistics 
Subject Language: German, Standard
Meeting Description:
The third annual meeting of the German society for aphasia research
and therapy (Gesesllschaft fuer Aphasieforschung und -behandlung)
brings together interdisciplinary researchers from all fields involved
in the study of aphasia and related speech and language deficits. Two
days of scientifc talks are supplemented by poster presentations and
satellite workshops. The conference language is German. A call for
papers will follow separately. The preliminary submission deadline is
July 18th, 2003.
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