LINGUIST List 25.890
Feb 21 2014
Psycholinguistics, Language Acquisition,
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From: Victor Kuperman
Subject: 9th International
Conference on the Mental Lexicon
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Full Title: 9th International Conference on the
Short Title: ML 2014
Date: 29-Sep-2014 - 02-Oct-2014
Location: Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario,
Contact Person: Victor Kuperman
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Web Site: http://mental-lexicon-2014.com/
Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition;
Call Deadline: 01-May-2014
The Ninth International conference on the
Mental Lexicon will take place from the morning
of Sept. 30 to the evening of Oct. 2, 2014 in
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada.
The conference brings together
psycholinguistic, neurolinguistic, and
computational research on the representation
and processing of words in the mind/brain.
The invited speaker is Harald Baayen
(University of Tüebingen).
This is the first time this conference travels
to the Niagara region in Canada.
Niagara-on-the-Lake is 20 kilometers from
Niagara Falls, 60 kilometers from Buffalo, New
York, and 120 kilometers from Toronto, Canada.
It is served by two large airports: Toronto and
Buffalo, as well as by Hamilton Airport. It is
our hope that the natural beauty and history of
this wine-making region and the comfort of the
Georgian-style hotel venue will add to your
enjoyment of the event.
Looking forward to seeing you in
On behalf of the organizing committee,
Call for Papers:
We are currently accepting abstract submissions
for platform and poster presentations. As in
previous years, we anticipate an excellent
selection of oral and poster presentations on
topics that range from models of the lexical
representation and processing in the mind and
brain to neurolinguistic studies of lexical
The conference will include both 15-minute
platform presentations and poster sessions on
each day. The language of the conference is
The deadline for receipt of abstracts is May 1,
2014. Acceptance letters will be e-mailed in
late May 2014 following selection by the
scientific advisory committee. The conference
website provides additional information about
As in previous years, a special journal issue
resulting from the conference is planned.
The conference website is www.mental-lexicon-2014.com.
Queries and questions can be emailed to
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