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LINGUIST List 22.2011

Tue May 10 2011

Calls: Psycholinguistics/Italy

Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee <alisonlinguistlist.org>

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        1.     Valentina Russo , 13th Meeting of the AIPL

Message 1: 13th Meeting of the AIPL
Date: 10-May-2011
From: Valentina Russo <valent.russogmail.com>
Subject: 13th Meeting of the AIPL
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Full Title: 13th Meeting of the AIPL

Date: 20-Jun-2012 - 22-Jun-2012
Location: Naples - Procida, Italy
Contact Person: Corinne Pons
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://magazine.unior.it/ita/content/xiiimo-congresso-dell%27associazione-internazionale-di-psicomeccanica-del-linguaggio

Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics

Call Deadline: 31-Oct-2011

Meeting Description:

13th Meeting of the Association Internationale de Psychomécanique du Langage (International Association of Psycho-mechanics of Language)
University of Naples L'Orientale - Procida 20-22 June 2012
Theme: Psycho-mechanic Perspectives on Language and Language Acquisition

The Conference will feature recent research in the fields of Psycho-mechanics of Language, First and Foreign Language Acquisition and the broader field of Speech and Language Pathology.

At the same time, the Meeting will provide a forum where Philosophy of Language and other disciplines can interact with Psycho-mechanics on the base of its conception of approach to the study of language.

Scientific Committee:

Patrick Duffley, Joseph Pattee, Alvaro Rocchetti, Louis Begioni, Corinne Pons, Renée Tremblay, Sylvianne Rémi-Giraud, Pierrette Vachon-l'Heureux, Alberto Manco, Guy Cornillac.

Conference fee = AIPL membership fee:

Regular fee: 31,00 Euros
Reduced fee*: 15,00 Euros
*The reduced fees apply to students.

More information will be soon available.

AIPL web site: www.psychomecanique.com/

XIIIème Colloque de l'Association Internationale de Psychomécanique du Langage
Naples, Université L'Orientale - 20 au 22 juin 2012
Thème: Perspectives psychomécaniques sur le langage et son acquisition

Ce colloque sera le lieu d'exposition des dernières recherches fondamentales en psychomécanique du langage et de la problématique de l'acquisition du langage en langue maternelle, en langue étrangère ainsi que dans ce qui a trait à la pathologie du langage sous ses formes les plus diverses.

Il accueillera également les réflexions des philosophes du langage et les approches théoriques autres qui souhaitent engager le dialogue avec la psychomécanique sur sa manière de concevoir l'étude du langage.

Comité scientifique:

Patrick Duffley, Joseph Pattee, Alvaro Rocchetti, Louis Begioni, Corinne Pons, Renée Tremblay, Sylvianne Rémi-Giraud, Pierrette Vachon-l'Heureux, Alberto Manco, Guy Cornillac.

Frais d'inscription = cotisation à l'AIPL. Enseignants-chercheurs: 31, étudiants: 15

Call for Papers:

Individual papers are invited on any topic belonging to the above mentioned field of research. 20 lines (ca. 1500 keystrokes) titled abstracts have to be sent by 31st October 2011 to AIPL Europe Secretary (Corinne.Ponsuniv-savoie.fr).

Presentations will be 20 minutes plus 10 minutes question time.

Appel à communication et à participation:

Nous vous invitons à adresser au secrétariat de l'Association (AIPL Europe: Corinne.Ponsuniv-savoie.fr) avant le 31 octobre 2011 le titre de votre intervention, accompagné d'un résumé d'une vingtaine de lignes maximum (1500 caractères).

Les communications auront une durée de 20 minutes. Elles seront suivies d'une discussion de 10 minutes.

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