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LINGUIST List 17.2766

Tue Sep 26 2006

Confs: Lang Acquisition/Netherlands

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Message 1: Experimental Methods in Language Acquisition Research
Date: 26-Sep-2006
From: Roberta Tedeschi <roberta.tedeschilet.uu.nl>
Subject: Experimental Methods in Language Acquisition Research



Experimental Methods in Language Acquisition Research
Short Title: EMLAR III


Date: 07-Nov-2006 - 09-Nov-2006
Location: Utrecht, Netherlands
Contact: Natalie Boll
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.let.uu.nl/~Frans.Adriaans/personal/emlar06.html

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition

Meeting Description:

Third workshop on the issue of Experimental Methods in Language Acquisition Research (EMLAR III). Lectures and hands-on sessions on practical aspects of language acquisition research.

Reminder: EMLAR III
7th-9th November 2006, Utrecht University

The full program of EMLAR III (Experimental Methods in Language Acquisition Research) and details about registration can be found at: http://www.let.uu.nl/~Frans.Adriaans/personal/emlar06.html
For further questions, contact us at: emlarlet.uu.nl
Deadline for registration: 29-Sep-2006

NB: The programme is similar, but not identical to EMLAR II! One extra day,
more hands-on sessions (E-prime, web-based experiments) and more about L2 methodology.

Invited speakers:

Hugo Quené (Utrecht University) - Statistics and methodology, SPSS, Statistics with R
Irene Krämer (Radboud University Nijmegen) - Sentence comprehension
Sonja Eisenbeiss (University of Essex) - Elicitation
Paul Boersma (University of Amsterdam) - PRAAT
Nivja de Jong (University of Amsterdam) - E-Prime
Iris Mulders (Utrecht University) - Eyetracking
Judith Rispens (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) - ERP
Elizabeth Johnson (Max Planck Institute Nijmegen) - Infant testing
Steven Gillis (University of Antwerp) - CHILDES I and II
Jacqueline van Kampen (Utrecht University) - CHILDES I and II
Huub van den Bergh (Utrecht University) - Advanced statistics
Hans van de Velde (Utrecht University) - Web-based experiments
Antonella Sorace (University of Edinburgh) - Grammaticality judgement task, Magnitude estimation
Marianne Starren (Radboud University Nijmegen) - L2 corpora
Christine Dimroth (Max Planck Institute Nijmegen) - L2 corpora
Theodore Marinis (University of Reading) - On-line sentence processing
Johanne Paradis (University of Alberta, Canada) - Matching different populations

Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS will hold its third workshop on the issue of Experimental Methods in Language Acquisition Research (EMLAR III). This workshop, which is part of the Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics (LOT) graduate programme, aims to provide PhD and MA students with the opportunity to learn more about the different methods used in the field of (first and second) language acquisition research. The programme will consist of a series of lectures (each on a different method), and several more hands-on sessions on more practical aspects of language acquisition research. Each session addresses issues such as: subject selection, rationale behind a given method, practicalities involved in the actual execution of the experiment, advantages and disadvantages of a given method and do's and don't's.

Organization:

Sharon Unsworth
Elma Blom
Hannah De Mulder
Natalie Boll
Roberta Tedeschi
Frans Adriaans


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