LINGUIST List 16.660

Sat Mar 05 2005

Calls: Psycholing/Poland; Cognitive Science/Sweden

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        1.    Adam Pawlowski, 2nd International Speech Therapy Conference
        2.    Richard Breheny, European Society for Philosophy and Psychology

Message 1: 2nd International Speech Therapy Conference

Date: 05-Mar-2005
From: Adam Pawlowski <>
Subject: 2nd International Speech Therapy Conference

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Full Title: 2nd International Speech Therapy Conference
Short Title: ISTC-2

Date: 02-Sep-2005 - 04-Sep-2005
Location: Wroclaw, Poland
Contact Person: Malgorzata Mlynarska
Meeting Email:
Web Site:

Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics

Call Deadline: 30-Mar-2005

Meeting Description:

2nd International Speech Therapy Conference (ISTC-2)


Dear Colleagues,
we are happy to announce that the 2nd International Speech Therapy Conference
(ISTC-2) entitled:
is to take place in Wrocław, September 02-04, 2005.

The conference will be organised by the Postgraduate Speech Therapy Section and
hosted by the University of Wrocław (, located in the
capital of the Lower Silesia region ( The University
offers all the facilities required for an international conference.

We invite you to submit proposals for 20-minute talks with 10-minute discussion
in the following areas of psycho- and neurolinguistics:
1. Neuropsychological basis of speech therapy.
2. Neurolinguistics in practical speech therapy.
3. Psycholinguistic aspects of speech therapy.
4. Psychostimulative aspects of speech and thinking.
5. Aphasiology - theory and practice.
6. Clinical method in speech therapy.
7. Methods of examining and stimulation of thinking.
8. Contemporary research on linguistic norm.
9. Social and psychological aspects of autism.
10.Theory of Mind and communicative competence.

Conference languages
The official language of the conference is Polish. Simultaneous translation will
be provided for the English-, German- and Russian-speaking participants. As far
as other languages are concerned, please contact the organisers.

Important Dates
Deadline for abstract submission: March 31, 2005
Notification of acceptance: June 30, 2005
Conference: September 02-–04, 2005
Submission of full paper: October 30, 2005
Review notification: November 30, 2005
Submission of final paper: January 10, 2006

Submission Guidelines
Abstracts should be sent via email, as an attachment, to
or by regular post (see the address below). Please include the title
''Conference Abstract'' in the subject line. MS-Word format is preferred or RTF
if necessary.

Submitted papers will undergo a reviewing process. Selected papers will appear
in the conference proceedings that will be published by the Polish Scientific
Publishers or the Wrocław University Press (negotiations are still proceeding).

Conference Fee and Registration
The conference fee is 300.–- PLN (equivalent of 80.–- EURO). It should be
transferred by the 30th of April 2005 to the following bank account:
BZWBK SA 4 oddz. Wrocław 71 1090 2503 0000 0006 3000 0004
Comment: Podyplomowe Studium Logopedyczne, konferencja
The fee includes: conference materials, coffee breaks and snacks during the
conference, reception, guided tour of Wrocław.
Registration form (.DOC) –-

Social program
Sight-seeing of the Panorama Racławicka ( and of
the University historical buildings (the price will depend on the number of

Plenary Speakers
Prof. dr hab. Jan Miodek, O normie językowej [On language norm]

Honorary Patronage
President of the Wrocław University

Media Patronage
TVP3 (Wrocław), Polskie Radio, Gazeta Wyborcza

Scientific Committee
Prof. Ida Kurcz
Prof. Jan Miodek
Prof. Anna Dąbrowska
Prof. Irena Kamińska-Szmaj
Prof. Tadeusz Gałkowski
Prof. Bronisław Rocławski
Prof. Stanisław Grabias
Dr hab. Adam Pawłowski
Dr hab. Zbigniew Tarkowski
Dr Jolanta Panasiuk
Dr Maria Przybysz-Piwko
Dr Małgorzata Młynarska
Dr Tomasz Smereka

Organisation committee
dr Małgorzata Młynarska (president)
dr Tomasz Smereka
dr Helena Sojka-Masztalerz
mgr Katarzyna Sowicka
mgr Monika Juzwa

Conference Venue and Accommodation
University of Wrocław:
City of Wrocław:
Wrocław Airport:
Wrocław Railway Station: ,
Hotel information:
[for more information concerning accommodation please ask the organisers]

Address for correspondence:
dr Małgorzata Młynarska
Uniwersytet Wrocławski
Instytut Filologii Polskiej / Institute of Polish Philology
Podyplomowe Studium Logopedyczne / Postgraduate Speech Therapy Studies
pl. Nankiera 15
50-140 Wrocław
meeting URL:

Message 2: European Society for Philosophy and Psychology

Date: 05-Mar-2005
From: Richard Breheny <>
Subject: European Society for Philosophy and Psychology

Full Title: European Society for Philosophy and Psychology
Short Title: ESPP

Date: 11-Aug-2005 - 14-Aug-2005
Location: Lund, Sweden
Contact Person: Richard Breheny
Meeting Email:
Web Site:

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 01-Apr-2005

Meeting Description:


European Society for Philosophy and Psychology
13th Annual Meeting
Lund, Sweden, 11-14 August 2005

Invited Speakers:

Lawrence Barsalou (Emory),
Brian O'Shaughnessy (Kings College London),
Elizabeth Robinson (Keele)
James Woodward (Caltech).

Invited Symposia:

ATTENTION convened by Ingar Brinck, Lund University

CONDITIONALS convened by Kai von Fintel, MIT

COLOURS convened by Justin Broackes, Brown

EMOTION convened by Peter Goldie, Kings College London

The Society invites submitted papers, posters and symposia for this meeting.

TOPICS. Information about the Society be found at:
Previous topics covered at the ESPP include spatial concepts, simulation theory,
attention, reference, problems of consciousness, emotion, perception, early
numerical cognition, infants' understanding of intentionality, memory and time,
motor imagery, counterfactuals, the semantics/pragmatics distinction, reasoning,
vagueness, mental causation, action and agency, thought without language,
externalism, connectionism, hypnotism, and the interpretation of
neuropsychological results.

SUBMITTED PAPERS. Submitted papers are refereed and selected on the basis of
quality and relevance to psychologists, philosophers and linguists. Submissions
may be by abstract but in the case of philosophical submissions a full paper is
preferred. Papers should not exceed a length of 20 minutes (about 8
double-spaced pages) for a total 30 minute session.

POSTERS. A submission for a poster presentation should consist of a 500-word
abstract. Submitted papers may also be considered for presentation as posters.

SUBMITTED SYMPOSIA. The convenor should submit a brief (1000 word) description
of the symposium topic together with the names of suggested participants (a
symposium is expected to contain 3 or a maximum of 4 speakers in distinct
fields). Potential convenors should email the description and list of speakers
directly to one of the programme chairs by 25 February 2005.

DEADLINES. Papers and posters should be submitted by 1 April 2005.

HOW TO SUBMIT All abstract and paper submissions should be done online using
PDF, PS or MS Word format:

If online submission is impossible, please email your submission to one of the
programme chairs listed below. Symposium topics should be emailed directly to
one of the programme chairs.


Dr Richard Breheny
Department of Linguistics
University College London
London, WC1E 6BT


Dr Stephen Butterfill
Department of Philosphy
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL


Dr Zoltan Dienes
Department of Psychology
School of Life Sciences
University of Sussex
Falmer, Brighton BN1 9QH, UK


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