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LINGUIST List 21.2124

Thu May 06 2010

Confs: Psycholing, Neuroling, Cognitive Science/Netherlands

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        1.    Ben Maassen, Symposium: Speech-Language Research: Clinical Implications

Message 1: Symposium: Speech-Language Research: Clinical Implications
Date: 06-May-2010
From: Ben Maassen <b.a.m.maassenrug.nl>
Subject: Symposium: Speech-Language Research: Clinical Implications
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Symposium: Speech-Language Research: Clinical Implications
Short Title: SLP-Research

Date: 02-Jun-2010 - 02-Jun-2010
Location: Groningen, Netherlands
Contact: Ben Maassen
Contact Email: seccnlrug.nl

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics

Meeting Description:

Research in normal and pathological speech-language processing shows tremendous
progress and is a rapidly growing multidisciplinary field. Participating
disciplines are (neuro)linguistics and -phonetics, (neuro)psychology, neurology,
other branches of neuroscience, educational psychology, and speech-language
pathology. This symposium is organized to highlight and bring to the attention
of a broad audience of students, researchers and professionals clinical
implications of speech-language research, as applied to speech and language
processing, including dyslexia. To accentuate the role of linguistics as a
common denominator in this branch of neuroscience, the symposium is organized as
a satellite to the 31st TABU-dag (3-4 June), the annual international
linguistics conference at the University of Groningen.

12:35
Welcome

12:45
Pascal van Lieshout: Dynamical Aspects of Speech Motor Control: Potential
Sources of Variability and Its Impact on the Production of Speech.

13:15
Hayo Terband and Ben Maassen: Computational Modeling of Neuromotor Speech
Disorders in Childhood

13:45
Coffee/Tea break

14:00
Aryan van der Leij: Dyslexia as a Basic Learning Disorder: Evidence from Brain
and Behavior Studies

14.30
Natasha Maurits: Simultaneous EEG-fMRI: Principles and Applications in Language
Research

15:00
Roelien Bastiaanse: Verbs in Aphasia: From Theory to Therapy

15:30
Coffee/Tea break

16:15
Oratie: Ben Maassen (in Dutch): Dyslexie. Neurocognitieve Oorzaken van
Taalvaardigheidstekort

Speakers:
-Roelien Bastiaanse (PhD) professor of neurolinguistics at University of
Groningen and University Medical Centre Groningen
-Aryan van der Leij (PhD) professor of special education at University of Amsterdam
-Pascal van Lieshout (PhD) professor of speech science at the University of Toronto
-Ben Maassen (PhD) professor of dyslexia at University of Groningen and
University Medical Centre Groningen
-Natasha Maurits (Ph.D.) professor of biomedical signal analysis at University
Medical Centre Groningen
-Hayo Terband (MA) PhD student at University Medical Centre Groningen

The symposium is supported by the Center for Language and Cognition Groningen
(CLCG) and the School of Behavioural and Cognitive Neurosciences (BCN).

Admission is free; participants are requested to subscribe at the following address:

University of Groningen
Faculty of Arts, Secretariat of the Dutch Department
PO Box 716
9700 AS Groningen, The Netherlands
Email: seccnlrug.nl
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