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Sat Feb 19 2011

Confs: Language Acquisition, Neurolinguistics, Psycholinguistics/Germany

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        1.     Andreas Konietzko , Neural and Linguistic Basis of Language Development

Message 1: Neural and Linguistic Basis of Language Development
Date: 18-Feb-2011
From: Andreas Konietzko <andreas.konietzkouni-tuebingen.de>
Subject: Neural and Linguistic Basis of Language Development
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Neural and Linguistic Basis of Language Development

Date: 20-May-2011 - 21-May-2011
Location: Tübingen, Germany
Contact: Andreas Konietzko
Contact Email: andreas.konietzkouni-tuebingen.de
Meeting URL: http://www.medizin.uni-
tuebingen.de/kinder/veranstaltungen/abteilung-3/

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition; Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics

Meeting Description:

The aim of our symposium is to bring together researchers from both
language development and language impairment from neurosciences and
linguistics. The neural basis of language development and of language
processing will be discussed with neuroimaging data on healthy children.
Behavioural and imaging data on children with brain lesions and epilepsy
illustrate the compensatory possibilities and limitations of brain plasticity in
the language domain.

Although the field of language acquisition is well studied, relatively little is
known about language processing in the developing brain. Of particular
linguistic interest are the following questions: The first question concerns
language processing during language development in the healthy and in the
lesioned brain. Is language processing in children and adolescents different
from adults, especially after the critical period of language acquisition? How
does the lesioned brain process language and what can language
impairment tell us about processing?

May 20, 2011

9.30: Opening
9.50: Sergey Avrutin (Utrecht, Netherlands): An information theoretic
perspective on language development
10.40: Coffee
11.10: Harald Clahsen (Essex, UK): Morphological processing in children
and adults
12.00: Lunch
14.00: Julien Musolino (Ruttgers, USA): Competence and Performance in
the acquisition of semantics: a look at typical and atypical development
14.50: Hellmuth Obrig (Leipzig, Germany): Optical imaging of Language
Development
15.40: Coffee
16.10: Michal Ben-Shachar (Tel-Aviv, Israel): The development of cortical
pathways for visual and phonological word processing in school age
children
17.00: Jens Brauer (Leipzig, Germany): Anatomical and functional
perspectives on language networks in the child brain

Conference Dinner

May 21, 2011

9.00 Opening remarks/ announcements
9.10 Rob Zwitserlood (Utrecht, Netherlands): Residuals of SLI in school age
10.00: Karen Lidzba and Project B5 (Tübingen, Germany): Reorganized
Language
10.40: Coffee
11.10: Angela Ballantyne (San Diego, USA): A Window into the Extent and
Limitations of Neural Plasticity
12.00: Lunch
13.30: Lucie Hertz-Pannier (Paris, France): Language representation in
children with epilepsy
14.20: Frederique Liégeois (London, UK): Language (re)organization and
atypical brain development.
15.10: Ulrike Becker-Redding (Bochum, Germany): Language diagnostics
from childhood to adolescence: The CELF
16.00: Closing Discussion with drinks and snacks.
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