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LINGUIST List 17.784

Tue Mar 14 2006

Confs: Neuroling/Tromsø, Norway

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        1.    Svenonius Peter, Crash Course in Neurolinguistics

Message 1: Crash Course in Neurolinguistics
Date: 11-Mar-2006
From: Svenonius Peter <peter.svenoniushum.uit.no>
Subject: Crash Course in Neurolinguistics

Crash Course in Neurolinguistics

Date: 18-Apr-2006 - 20-Apr-2006
Location: Tromsø, Norway
Contact: Peter Svenonius
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://uit.no/castl/neuro/1

Linguistic Field(s): Neurolinguistics

Meeting Description:

This is a three-day graduate-level introduction to neurolinguistics, which will be followed by a two-day workshop on neurolinguistics (see separate posting). PhD students in Norway can get credit for this course. Others may also register to attend at the website.


Tu: 10.15-12.00 & 14.15-16.00:
COLIN PHILLIPS, UMCP 1. Cognitive neuroscience for linguist(ic)s 2. Levels of representation in the neural encoding of speech.

Wed:10.15-12.00 & 14.15-16.00:
COLIN PHILLIPS, UMCP 3. Two questions about syntax and specialization in the brain. 4. The electrophysiology of syntax and the architecture of language processing

Th: 09.15-12.30:
LIINA PYLKKÄNEN, NYU: What we know about the neural bases of semantic interpretation (an introduction to MEG as a technique, including a comparison to ERPs; then an overview of what we currently know about the neural bases of semantic interpretation, including the electrophysiology, imaging and MEG literatures)

Th: 14.15-17.30:
ALEC MARANTZ, MIT: The Mental Lexicon in the Decomposing Brain (evidence about the neural representation of morphology and arguments for morphological decomposition in word recognition and production, covering the aphasia and imaging literature)

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