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Wed Mar 15 2006

FYI: Crash Course in Neurolinguistics

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Message 1: Crash Course in Neurolinguistics
Date: 15-Mar-2006
From: Peter Svenonius <peter.svenoniushumhum.uit.no>
Subject: Crash Course in Neurolinguistics


Crash Course in Neurolinguistics
18 Apr 2006 - 20 Apr 2006
Tromsø, Norway

This is a three-day graduate-level introduction to neurolinguistics, which will
be followed by a two-day workshop on neurolinguistics (see separate posting at
http://linguistlist.org/issues/17/17-783.html). PhD students in Norway can get
credit for this course. Others may also register to attend at the website.

Schedule:

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)

For more information contact Peter Svenonius at peter.svenoniushumhum.uit.no

http://uit.no/castl/neuro/1



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