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Tue Feb 15 2011

Confs: Applied Ling, General Ling, Neuroling/Argentina

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        1.     Virginia Jaichenco , 1st Language Processing Research Groups Meeting

Message 1: 1st Language Processing Research Groups Meeting
Date: 15-Feb-2011
From: Virginia Jaichenco <prolenfilo.uba.ar>
Subject: 1st Language Processing Research Groups Meeting
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1st Language Processing Research Groups Meeting
Short Title: PROLEN

Date: 04-May-2011 - 06-May-2011
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Contact: Virginia Jaichenco
Contact Email: prolenfilo.uba.ar
Meeting URL: http://www.prolen.com.ar

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Neurolinguistics

Meeting Description:

The Linguistics Institute of the School of Philosophy and Literature at
University of Buenos Aires invites all researches who study language from
an experimental perspective to participate in the First Language Processing
Research Groups Meeting. The meeting will be a tribute to Dr. Juan Seguí,
pioneer in psycholinguistic studies, and will take place on May 4th, 5th and
6th 2011 at Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The meeting aims to provide a space for presenting and discussing current
and innovative researches into linguistic acquisition and processing,
language neurosciences, acquired and developmental impairments,
computational linguistics and natural language processing, in every area of
the linguistic system -phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics- and their
relation with other cognitive systems, such as attention and memory.

The purpose of the meeting is to initiate a process of integration among the
teams and researchers and knowledge of current researches within the
region, in order to facilitate collaboration and exchange between the
different disciplines that promote the development of the field.

Invited Lecturers:
In addition to the opening lecture by Juan Seguí, further lectures on
different thematic areas of the meeting will be given by the following invited
speakers:

Horacio Barber, Universidad de La Laguna
Electrophysiological studies on parafoveal perception during reading

Yosef Grodzinsky, McGill University y Tel Aviv University
Quantifiers and quantities. Parametric fMRI investigations into meaning and
numerosity

Letícia Maria Sicuro Corrêa, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de
Janeiro
On the processing of interface information in language acquisition: some
implications for SLI
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