LINGUIST List 8.364

Sun Mar 16 1997

Calls: Clinical Phonetics, Writing & Computers

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  1. P.Groenen, 6th ICPLA Conference, the Netherlands
  2. Pemberton Lyn, Writing and Computers 10

Message 1: 6th ICPLA Conference, the Netherlands

Date: Wed, 12 Mar 1997 18:46:06 +0000 (WET)
From: P.Groenen <P.GroenenKNO.AZN.NL>
Subject: 6th ICPLA Conference, the Netherlands

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 ICPLA
 International Clinical Phonetics
 and Linguistics Association

 6th Annual Conference

 Nijmegen, The Netherlands
 October 13 - 15, 1997

 Second Announcement
 Call for Papers


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INVITATION

During its brief history (since 1991) the ICPLA has established
a name via its scientific journal and the annual conferences, 
which serve as a platform to update and discuss theoretical 
developments and clinical issues. We are therefore pleased to 
invite you at the:

 6th Annual Conference of the 
 International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics Association
 (ICPLA)

which will take place in:
 Nijmegen, The Netherlands
 October 13 - 15, 1997.

The topics of the conference are related to language, speech, and 
hearing disorders in both adults and children. This years' conference
continues the ICPLA-tradition to call for theoretical, methodological 
and clinical papers in the field of linguistics and phonetics. In
addition, to counteract a bias in the series of conferences until now, 
your attention is particularly asked for hearing loss --including 
its consequences-- and speech perception. We like to encourage
participants to submit presentations on this topic. The programmed
keynote addresses reflect the above policy, and add some couleur locale
to the scope of topics.

Nijmegen is psycholinguistically a big city in a small country. We
will try our best to provide for proper conditions for a most
stimulating and fruitful conference.

Looking forward to meet you in October,
The Organizing Committee


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GENERAL INFORMATION

Location:
 Collegezalen Complex, Zaal CC. 4 ; Mercatorpad 1, 
 Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Language:
 The official language of the conference will be English.

Registration and Fees:
 < July 15 > July 15
Nonmember, regular Dfl 350,- Dfl 400,-
Nonmember, student Dfl 275,- Dfl 325,-
ICPLA-member Dfl 275,- Dfl 325,-
ICPLA-student Dfl 225,- Dfl 275,-

Payment:
All payments can be made by bank transfer, Eurocheque or credit card.
Bank Transfer: 
 Postbank Accnt no 4391155, Stichting Ontwikkeling 
 Medische Psychologie, Nijmegen;
 RE: ICPLA 97
Eurocheques:
 Please make Eurocheques payable to Stichting Ontwikkeling
 Medische Psychologie, Nijmegen
Credit Card:
 MasterCard and Visa

Confirmation:
Registrants will receive a receipt of their payment. Please bring
this information to the registration desk.

Important Dates
 May 31, 1997: Deadline for submission of abstracts
 June 30, 1997: Notification of acceptance
 July 15, 1997: Deadline for preregistration

Organization:
The conference is organized by the Institutes of Medical Psychology, 
Child Neurology and ENT (University Hospital, University of Nijmegen),
in collaboration with the Department of Linguistics (University of 
Groningen).

Organizing Committee:
 Ben Maassen (Congress Chairman)
 Paul Groenen
 Herman Peters

Program Committee:
 Roelien Bastiaanse Gerard Bol
 Dicky Gilbers Paul Groenen
 Pascal van Lieshout Ben Maassen	

Conference Secretariat:
 IWTS - Mrs. Yvonne Flokstra
 Wundtlaan 1
 6525 XD Nijmegen
 The Netherlands
 tel. ++ 31 24 3615751
 FAX ++ 31 24 3617018
 e-mail iwtssecrmpi.nl


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PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

Sunday, October 12
19.00 	Welcome at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
	Registration

Monday, October 13
Keynote addresses:
-	prof.dr.W.J.M. Levelt 
 (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen)
	Where do spoken words come from?
-	prof.dr. N. Kraus 
 (Northwestern University, Chicago)
	Speech sound perception: neurophysiology and plasticity.
Scientific Program
Reception by the City of Nijmegen

Tuesday, October 14
Keynote addresses:
-	dr. S. Kohn 
 (Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute, Philadelphia)
	The status of phonological representation in fluent aphasia.
-	dr.W.O. Renier 
 (Child Neurology Center, University of Nijmegen)
	What neurology contributes to speech-language diagnosis and 
therapy.
Scientific Program
Social Dinner

Wednesday, October 15
Keynote addresses:
-	dr. Y. Joanette 
 (Universite of Montreal, Montreal)
	Semantic or semantics: Brain lateralization and the semantic
 processing of words.
Scientific Program 
Closing Session

To stimulate lively interactions all presentations will be plenary
and will be organized in thematic sessions. In between oral sessions
there will be ample time for Poster Sessions. Submission of poster
presentations will be stimulated by a special prize awarded by
the ICPLA for the most informative and attractive poster.


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INSTRUCTION FOR AUTHORS

Clinical, theoretical and research presentations related to the
conference topics can be submitted until May 31, 1997.
Abstracts must be submitted in English and should not exceed
400 words. The title should be brief, clearly indicating the nature
of the study. Purpose, method, result and conclusions of the study
must be described in a clear and concise way. A few references to
relevant work can be given.

Accepted submissions will be allocated to oral or poster sessions
(please indicate your preference on the registration form).
In order to program all presentations in plenary sessions, submission of
posters is stimulated. 
Please provide your submission on a floppy disk (Word Perfect or 
plain ASCII) plus three high quality hardcopies. Print the abstract 
on one side only of white A4 paper with 3 cm margins on all sides. Include 
on separate lines (1) title (in capital letters), (2) name(s) 
of author(s) (presenting author underlined), (3) affiliation, and (4)
address of presenting author. Do not use fonts smaller than 12 points.
Spacing should be 1.5 or smaller. Do not submit photocopies of poor
quality or faxes.

Mail original version of your abstract and registration form to:
 IWTS, Ms. Yvonne Flokstra "ICPLA97"
 Wundtlaan 1
 6526 XD Nijmegen
 The Netherlands
 E-mail: iwtssecrmpi.nl


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REGISTRATION FORM

Last name:	_______________________________________________
First name:	_______________________________________________
Institution:	_______________________________________________
Address:	_______________________________________________
City:		_______________________________________________
Zip Code:	_______________________________________________
Country:	_______________________________________________
Phone:		_________________	Fax____________________
E-mail:		_________________

Name of accompanying person(s):	____________________________

I hereby submit a ( ) paper ( ) poster (check preferred presentation)

Registration fee:
Before July 15	member / nonmember	student / non-student
After July 15	member / nonmember	student / non-student	Dfl .....

Social Dinner, Tuesday October 14
Admission:	Dfl 95,-	Number of persons .... 	Dfl ...

All payments should be made in Dutch currency.
The total ammount of Dfl ........ is transferred to the organizing 
committee by:

( ) Bank-to-bank transfer: 
 accountnumber 4391155 of the Postbank, Stichting 
 Ontwikkeling Med. Psychologie, Nijmegen

( ) Certified Eurocheques payable to Stichting Ontwikkeling 
 Med. Psychologie, Nijmegen


Credit Card:	 ( ) MasterCard 	 	( ) Visa

Cardnumber: _______________________________________________
Expiration date _______________________________________________
Name Card Holder: _______________________________________________

(Please do not forget your signature below)

Hotel reservations

Please book a room for me in:

( ) Category A Single Dfl 140,- to 170,- double Dfl 170,- to 185,-
( ) Category B Single Dfl 60,- to 95,- double Dfl 75,- to 130,-

Date of arrival: _______________
Date of departure: _______________
Number of nights: _______________

The number of rooms of category B is very limited; if no rooms are 
available in this category, I agree to take a room of category A
( ) yes	 ( ) no


Date:		Signature:




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Message 2: Writing and Computers 10

Date: 14 Mar 1997 14:37:08 U
From: Pemberton Lyn <Lynn.Pembertonbton.ac.uk>
Subject: Writing and Computers 10

Writing the Future: Writing and Computers 10

September 18 - 19 1997
Brighton, UK

First Call for Papers

The Tenth Annual Writing and Computers conference will be hosted this
year by the University of Brighton in the lively seaside town of
Brighton, 60 miles from London. The conference regularly brings
together an international community of people concerned with all
aspects of computers and the writing process, including psychologists,
software designers, educational researchers, teachers, journalists,
authors and technical writers. The theme for this year's conference
will be Writing the Future - potential developments in writing with
computers as we enter the next millenium.

We invite you to submit a paper on any of the following topics:

- web-based writing courses and materials
- computer supported collaborative writing
- computer-assisted writing environments and tools
- environments and tools for second-language writing
- writing for multimedia applications
- writing on paper and writing for the screen
- computers and the professional writer
- computer-based writing support for the communication-disabled
- cognitive models of writing
- new computer based genres
- hypertext
- designing software for writers
- interactive fiction
- story generation
- computers and non-Roman scripts
- social implications of writing with computers

Papers

Abstracts will be reviewed by the programme committee and decisions
made by the end of April. A set of proceedings will be available at
the conference: we expect to arrange to publish selected papers in
book form. Please submit an extended abstract (paper or email) of
about 500 words by Monday 14 April to the address below.

Other formats

Potential workshop organisers are encouraged to get in touch with
proposals for themes and speakers. Submission deadline: April 14th
but preferably as soon as possible.

Demonstration sessions will also be on the programme. Please submit a
brief description, giving your technical requirements and what
equipment you could provide.
Submission deadline: July 15

There will be opportunities for posters and short talks, including
last minute work in progress. Please submit a short description of
your poster or talk.
Submission deadline: July 15

Lyn Pemberton,
W & C 10
School of Information Management,
University of Brighton,
Lewes Rd, Brighton BN1 4GJ,
East Sussex, UK.

Tel: 01273 - 642916.
email: WandC10bton.ac.uk


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