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Sun May 29 2011

Confs: Neurolinguistics/USA

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        1.     Colin Phillips , Neurobiology of Language Conference

Message 1: Neurobiology of Language Conference
Date: 29-May-2011
From: Colin Phillips <colinumd.edu>
Subject: Neurobiology of Language Conference
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Neurobiology of Language Conference
Short Title: NLC

Date: 10-Nov-2011 - 11-Nov-2011
Location: Annapolis, MD, USA
Contact: Laura Menenti
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.neurolang.org

Linguistic Field(s): Neurolinguistics

Meeting Description:

The neurobiology of language is fast becoming a major concern for neuroscientists, as new methodological developments now allow a robust neuroscientific investigation of processes as complex as language. The third annual conference of the newly established Society for the Neurobiology of Language will present the current status of research into the neurobiology of language, at the crossroads of neuroscience, linguistics, and experimental psychology with a topical emphasis on the interactions among brain, behavior, and language.

The conference boasts: special debate sessions where two leading experts go head to head in tackling timely and ‘hot’ topics in the field, keynotes featuring research aimed at broadening the scope of the neurolinguistic field, slide sessions highlighting the very best research, and plenty of possibilities for interaction. This interdisciplinary conference provides an annual opportunity to bring together researchers who are interested in the neurobiology of language, and offers a platform for junior and senior researchers to interact. The conference is being organised by the board of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language. Abstract submission is currently open and closes on June 15th.

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