LINGUIST List 21.4255|
Tue Oct 26 2010
Calls: Neurolinguistics/United Kingdom
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1. Christos Salis ,
British Aphasiology Society
Message 1: British Aphasiology Society
From: Christos Salis <c.salisreading.ac.uk>
Subject: British Aphasiology Society
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Full Title: British Aphasiology Society
Short Title: BAS
Date: 06-Sep-2011 - 08-Sep-2011
Location: Reading, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Christos Salis
Meeting Email: c.salisreading.ac.uk
Web Site: http://www.bas.org.uk
Linguistic Field(s): Neurolinguistics
Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2011
The 2011 International Biennial Conference of the British Aphasiology Society
will be held at the University of Reading, United Kingdom.
Call For Papers
The 2011 British Aphasiology Society conference will be held at the University
of Reading, UK. Papers are invited from any area relating to the study and
treatment of aphasia, e.g. stroke, traumatic brain injury, dementia.
Neurolinguistic investigations of language processing in people with aphasia
and related conditions are particular encouraged.
Word processed abstracts should be submitted electronically to Christos Salis
no later than 31 March 2011. Abstracts should be structured under the
following headings: background, method, results, discussion. Word limit is 400
words and authors should cite no more than 4 references. Abstracts should
not contain figures or tables.
All contributing authors should be named in the abstract with their respective
affiliations and contact details. A single corresponding author should be clearly
identified. Authors will be notified at the beginning of May 2011.
Further information about the conference will be posted on: www.bas.org.uk
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