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LINGUIST List 16.2061

Sat Jul 02 2005

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        1.    Carson Schutze, Workshop on the State of the Art in Speech Error Research (at the LSA Institute)


Message 1: Workshop on the State of the Art in Speech Error Research (at the LSA Institute)
Date: 02-Jul-2005
From: Carson Schutze <cschutzeucla.edu>
Subject: Workshop on the State of the Art in Speech Error Research (at the LSA Institute)



Workshop on the State of the Art in Speech Error Research (at the LSA Institute)
Short Title: WOTSOTAISER


Date: 30-Jul-2005 - 31-Jul-2005
Location: Cambridge, MA, United States of America
Contact: Victor Ferreira
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://web.mit.edu/lsa2005/events/schutze_ferreira.html

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics

Meeting Description:

This workshop will include original research on any aspect of speech errors (a.k.a. slips of the tongue, including slips of the hand in signed languages). The workshop will emphasize research that has ramifications for models of language production or theories of linguistic competence (or both). Of special interest are studies incorporating brain measures or computational approaches, and work that addresses the efficacy of research methods that have been or could be applied to speech error research. Specifically encouraged are submissions that deal with languages other than English or that involve cross-linguistic comparisons. Also particularly welcome is work on the speech of populations with neurological impairments.

For a detailed description of the goals of the workshop, see http://web.mit.edu/lsa2005/events/schutze_ferreira.html

LSA Institute Workshop

THE STATE OF THE ART IN SPEECH ERROR RESEARCH

Organizers: Victor Ferreira (UCSD), Carson Schutze (UCLA)
Contact: slipspsy.ucsd.edu

Saturday & Sunday, July 30 & 31, Emerson Hall Rm. 108, Harvard University

If you plan to attend, please drop an email to slipspsy.ucsd.edu, to help us estimate number of attendees for copying and catering purposes.

Note: There will be a modest registration fee collected on-site in U.S. cash. You do NOT need to be registered for the LSA Institute in order to attend the workshop.


PROGRAM
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(schedule and abstracts soon to be posted at
http://web.mit.edu/lsa2005/events/schutze_ferreira.html )

Invited Talks
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Thomas Berg (U. Hamburg)
A typology of suprasegmental structure

Gary Dell (UIUC)
Speech errors reflect newly learned phonotactic constraints

Merrill Garrett (U. Arizona)
Commentary: The present and future of the state of the art

Zenzi Griffin (Georgia Tech)
TBA

Roland Pfau (U. Amsterdam)
Cheap repairs: A Distributed Morphology toolkit for sentence
construction

Marianne Pouplier (U. Edinburgh)
Articulatory perspectives on errors

Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel (MIT)
TBA

Joe Stemberger (UBC)
Gradience and asymmetries in phonological speech errors


Invited Discussants
-------------------

Adam Albright (MIT)
Stefan Frisch (U. South Florida)
Matt Goldrick (Northwestern)
Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel (MIT)


Submitted Talks and Posters
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Adam Buchwald (Johns Hopkins)
Categorical repairs in speech production: Evidence from aphasia

Jenn-Yeu Chen (National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan)
The syllable's role in speech production: The case of Mandarin Chinese

Liz Coppock (Stanford)
Competition between plans in syntactic blends: A large corpus study

Julie Franck (U. Geneva)
A syntactic analysis of interference errors in subject-verb agreement

Noriko Iwasaki (UC Davis)
Japanese case particle errors: Theories of competence and an emerging
sentence production model

Jeri Jaeger (SUNY Buffalo)
Universal vs. language specific factors in speech production planning:
The effect of prosody and information structure

Helen Leuninger (U. Frankfurt)
Sign Languages: Representation, processing, and interface conditions

Helen Leuninger, Eva-Maria Waleschkowski, Daniela Happ (U. Frankfurt) & Annette Hohenberger (MPI Munich)
The impact of modality on language production: A joined corpus and
experimental study

Belen Lopez (UCL)
Interaction between gesture and speech during word retrieval failures

Lise Menn (U. Colorado)
Aphasic errors in expressing location: Implications for production
models

Bob Slevc (UCSD)
When pronouns are attracted to the wrong gender

Joe Stemberger (UBC), Julio Santiago (U. Granada), Elvira PĂ©rez (U. Granada/ U. Liverpool), Alfonso Palma (U. Granada)
Frequency effects in phonological speech errors in Spanish: The David
effect on the source of the error

Joe Stemberger (UBC)
TBA

Waleschkowski, Leuninger & Hohenberger
The impact of modality on processing morphological information: An
experimental approach

Liane Wardlow Lane (UCSD)
A frame-based mechanism for syntactic flexibility




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