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Fri Feb 05 2010

Calls: Cognitive Science, Computational Ling, Psycholing/Canada

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Lois Harwood, Seventh International Conference on the Mental Lexicon

Message 1: Seventh International Conference on the Mental Lexicon
Date: 02-Feb-2010
From: Lois Harwood <loishuwindsor.ca>
Subject: Seventh International Conference on the Mental Lexicon
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Full Title: Seventh International Conference on the Mental Lexicon

Date: 30-Jun-2010 - 03-Jul-2010
Location: Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Contact Person: Lois Harwood
Meeting Email: MLG7uwindsor.ca
URL: http://www.uwindsor.ca/mental-lexicon7/

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Computational Linguistics; General
Linguistics; Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics

Call Deadline: 28-Feb-2010

Meeting Description:

The Seventh International Conference on the Mental Lexicon will bring together
psycholinguistic, neurolinguistic, and computational research on the
representation and processing of words in the mind/brain. The conference
encourages a variety of perspectives on lexical representation and processing.

Call for Papers

The deadline for receipt of abstracts is February 28th, 2010. Acceptance
letters will be e-mailed in the first week of April following review by the
scientific and program committees.

We are accepting abstract submissions for platform and poster presentations.
Please see the abstract submission guide below, to submit a one-page abstract
in MS Word document format to mlg7uwindsor.ca

If you have questions about this conference please contact one of the members
of the organizing committee headed by Lois Harwood: loishuwindsor.ca.

Abstract Submission Guidelines:
Abstracts must be received by February 28th, 2010.
Maximum abstract length is one page (letter size with one inch margins),
including title, author info*, and references.
* author info will be removed for adjudication.

Send the document as an MS Word Document attachment: authorname.doc (e.g.
smith.doc - not .docx) via email to MLG7uwindsor.ca.
For submissions best suited to a poster presentation format please use the
subject heading "MenLex7Ab-poster", for all others use the subject
heading "Menlex7Ab". Final decisions regarding presentation format will be
made by the program committee on the basis of conference coherence.

Note To Students: If you are the first author and would like to have your
submission considered for a newly created student award, please indicate this
by submitting your abstract with GG at the beginning of your file name
e.g. 'GGSmith.doc'.

It would be most helpful if your submission follows the publication format below.

TITLE BOLD and ALL CAPS - 12 pt Times New Roman
(6 pt line space)
Author names and affiliations - 12 pt BOLD Times New Roman
(12 pt line space)
Body text- 12 pt Times New Roman
(6 pt line space)
Body text par 2
(12 pt line space)
References - 12 Pt Times New Roman, APA format
hanging indent of .25 inches, no spaces between entries.

Any headings should be Bold 12 pt Times New Roman
Spacing should be a half line (6pt) between paragraphs and full line (12 pt)
between sections.
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