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LINGUIST List 24.4780

Wed Nov 27 2013

Calls: Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics, Cognitive Science, Language Acq/Ukraine

Editor for this issue: Bryn Hauk <brynlinguistlist.org>

Date: 26-Nov-2013
From: Serhii Zasiekin <psycholing2014gmail.com>
Subject: Challenges of Psycholinguistics and Psychology of Speech
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Full Title: Challenges of Psycholinguistics and Psychology of Speech
Short Title: COPAPOS

Date: 16-May-2014 - 17-May-2014
Location: Lutsk-Svityaz', Ukraine
Contact Person: Serhii Zasiekin
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >

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

Call Deadline: 15-Mar-2014

Meeting Description:

The conference will provide an exciting opportunity to share researches with colleagues from Ukraine and from around the world, integrating basic scientific research with experiments. We hope that the meeting will attract a lot of scholars and researchers and we expect it to be a forum for intense and productive scientific collaboration.

Among the main conference topics are:

- General, social, developmental, pedagogical issues of psycholinguistics
- Speech and language disorders and pathologies
- Applied aspects of psycholinguistics

The conference sites are Lesia Ukrainka East European National University in Lutsk and the University's Sport and Health Camp Hart at the Svityaz' Lake. Ukrainian, English, and Russian are working languages of the conference.

The conference fee is 35 Euros and is paid on the spot. The amount covers coffee breaks, publication of the article, transport, and other services.

Call for Papers:

The Organizing Committee of the International Conference Challenges of Psycholinguistics and Psychology of Speech welcomes and invites all scholars and teachers interested in the area of Psycholinguistics to participate in the work of the conference to be held from May 16 to May 17, 2014.

You are invited to submit articles in these languages to be published in the East European Journal of Psycholinguistics. The article should be sent by March 15, 2014 to the conference email: psycholing2014gmail.com. Don't forget to attach a file with your first and last names (in three languages), title of the article (in three languages); place of work, scientific degree, position, contact phone and fax number, postal and electronic addresses. After consideration of proposals the Organizing Committee will send an official invitation. The editorial board will be responsible for the publication reserving the right of requesting the author(s) for modifications.

Guidelines for Authors:

The editorial board of East European Journal of Psycholinguistics invites you to send the paper you want to present at the conference for publishing in the Journal. All papers are to be submitted as MS Word file. The originals must meet the following requirements:

Format and Length:

The original must be in version similar or higher than Word 97. The recommended length is 10 pages including references, A4 paper format, with 2,5 cm for upper, lower and left margins, 1 cm for right margins, observing 1.5 space between lines and with Times New Roman font type, with a 14 point body.

Title and Author's Identification:

The first page must include author(s) name, affiliation, email. It should be written in bold, centered, Times New Roman, 14 point body. Below goes the capitalized and centered title of the article in bold.
Each paper should include three brief abstracts in English, Ukrainian, and Russian. Each of them should contain 150-200 words. For abstracts in Ukrainian or Russian, the Editors may assist upon request. The abstracts should be written in italics with a 10 point body. Also 5-7 key words should be included at the end of each abstract.

Quotations in the text should be as follows: [1; 3], where 1 and 3 mean the first and the third position in the literature. The article should contain introduction; methods; the study; discussion and results; conclusions.


References should come at the end of the paper. They should be written according to the APA norms (http://www.apastyle.org/) with a 10 point body and in alphabetic order. The Ukrainian and Russian references should be transcribed in Latin letters only, e.g.:

Shevelov, Yu. (2012). Narys Suchasnoii Ukrains'koii Literaturnoii Movy ta Inshi Lingvistychni Studii [An Outline of Modern Ukrainian Literary Language and Other Linguistic Studies]. Kyiv: Tempora.

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