From: Pilar Barbosa <pbarbosailch.uminho.pt>
Subject: Uminho Summer School of Linguistics 2011: NEURO AND PSE
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Full Title: Uminho Summer School of Linguistics 2011: NEURO AND PSE
Short Title: UMSL2011
Date: 18-Jul-2011 - 22-Jul-2011
Location: Braga, Portugal
Contact Person: Cristina Flores
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://ceh.ilch.uminho.pt/
Linguistic Field(s): Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics
Call Deadline: 01-May-2011
The University of Minho will host a one week Summer School on Neuro and Psycholinguistic Approaches to Language Processing. The Summer School aims at graduate students and beginning postdocs working on any aspect of the cognitive and neural processes involved in the acquisition and processing of language. Its goal is to bring together top specialists in the field of neurolinguistics while providing an opportunity for junior researchers to present and discuss their work. To this end, there will be two Poster Sessions in addition to the lectures. The Summer School is organized by the Centro de Estudos Humanísticos (CEHUM), University of Minho, Portugal, and the Portuguese Association of Linguistics (APL).
Michael T. Ullman (Georgetown University, USA)
Michel Paradis (McGill University, Canada)
Manuel Carreiras (BCBL- Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language,
Spain) Sergey Avrutin (Utrecht University, Netherlands)
João Veríssimo (University of Lisbon, Portugal)
Deadlines for Registration and Fees:
By May 1: 70€ (35€ students of the University of Minho, members of the Portuguese Association of Linguistics
By July 1: 100 € (50€ students of the University of Minho, members of the
Portuguese Association of Linguistics)
Additional information can be found at:
Call for Papers:
The UMinho Summer School of Linguistics 2011 will include two Poster Sessions in order to give junior researchers a chance to present their work and discuss it with leading specialists in the field of neurolinguistics and psycholinguistics. Topics include:
- Cognitive and neural processes involved in language perception, comprehension and production
- Word recognition, syntactic processing
- Language acquisition
- Bilingual processing
- Language disorders
- Research methods in psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics.
Deadline for Receipt of Abstracts: May 1
Notification of Acceptance: May 30
Abstracts should have no more than 2 pages, 11pt. text, including text, examples, and references. All abstracts must be sent as pdf files to uminhosummerschoolgmail.com
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