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Wed Mar 15 2006

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Message 1: 3rd Annual Left Periphery in Aphasia Meeting
Date: 13-Mar-2006
From: Frank Burchert <burchertling.uni-potsdam.de>
Subject: 3rd Annual Left Periphery in Aphasia Meeting



3rd Annual Left Periphery in Aphasia Meeting
Short Title: LPIA


Date: 31-Mar-2006 - 02-Apr-2006
Location: Venice, Italy
Contact: Frank Burchert
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.lpia.info

Linguistic Field(s): Neurolinguistics

Meeting Description:

3rd annual meeting of the scientific network 'The left periphery in aphasia' (LPIA)

Program:

Friday, March 31
Arrival

20.00
Dinner and Get Together

Saturday, Apr 1

09.00-09.15
Opening
Frank Burchert, network co-ordinator, University of Potsdam, Germany

Morning session:
Invited presentations - Cognitive Neurolinguistics

09.15-10.15
Roelien Bastiaanse, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Cynthia Thompson, Northwestern University, USA
''Tense and Agreement in Dutch and English agrammatic speakers2

10.15-11.15
Beste Kamali, Cedric Boeckx & Clemens Mayr, Harvard University, USA
''Revisiting Agrammatic Comprehension: The Case of Turkish''

Coffee break / Discussion / LPIA-Network meeting

12.00
Lunch

Afternoon session:
Invited presentations - Theoretical linguistics

13.00-14.00
Guglielmo Cinque, Università Ca' Foscari, Venice, Italy
''Tense, aspect, and mood morphemes and the 'Mirror Principle'''

14.00-15.00
Richard Kayne, New York University, USA
''Postverbal Subjects in the Left Periphery''

Coffee break / Discussion

15.30-16.30
Giuliana Giusti, Università Ca' Foscari, Venice, Italy
''Peripheral Positions in the DP''

16.30-17.30
Cedric Boeckx, Harvard University, USA
''Bare Syntax: cartography, minimalism, and mind design''

Coffee break / Discussion

18.00-19.00
Klaus Willmes, RWTH Aachen, Germany
''Data compilation and statistical methods: an integrative approach''

20.30
Social Dinner

Sunday, Apr 2

(Note: conference place might change)

LPIA-Network presentations

09.35-10.00
Frank Burchert, Potsdam, Germany
''Non-canonical sentence production in agrammatism''

10.00-10.25
Esther Ruigendijk, Oldenburg, Germany
''Determiners and pronouns in Dutch agrammatism''

10.25-10.50
Sonja Kotz, Leipzig, Germany
''The procedural/declarative model revisited: Patient evidence in German''

10.50-11.15
Ken Christensen, Aarhus, Denmark
''Next project: The architecture of language and its neural implementation''

Coffee break / Discussion

11.45-12.10
Naama Friedmann, Tel Aviv, Israel
''Different underlying deficits in relative clauses in agrammatism, syntactic SLI and deaf children''

12.10-12.35
Anna Cardinaletti & Paolo Chinellato, Venice, Italy
''Agreement with dative and postverbal subjects in bilingual aphasia (German-Italian)''

12.35-13.00
Eva Neuhaus & Martina Penke, Düsseldorf, Germany
''The left periphery in Wernicke's aphasia - preliminary results''

13.00 Lunch and End of meeting




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