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Tue 10 Sep 1991

FYI: English Word List, Call for Papers

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Message 1: English word list on SIMTEL20

Date: Mon, 9 Sep 91 13:04:22 CDT
From: Evan Antworth <evanutafll.uta.edu>
Subject: English word list on SIMTEL20
An English word list is now available in the LINGUISTICS subdirectory
on SIMTEL20. It is a list of nearly 110,000 English words, one word per
line, in pure ASCII format. Although the list is in MS-DOS files, it can
easily be transferred to a Macintosh or any computer that handles ASCII
text (but you will first need to unzip the files on a DOS machine).
 The list includes inflected forms of the words, such as plural nouns and
the -s, -ed, and -ing forms of verbs; thus the number of lexical stems in
the list is considerably smaller than the total number of word forms.
The files are as follows:
Directory PD1:<MSDOS.LINGUISTICS>
 WORDS1.ZIP B 95306 910907 English word list (ascii), A through D, 1of4
 WORDS2.ZIP B 74597 910907 English word list (ascii), E through K, 2of4
 WORDS3.ZIP B 99024 910907 English word list (ascii), L through R, 3of4
 WORDS4.ZIP B 84500 910907 English word list (ascii), S through Z, 4of4
 These files are available via FTP from WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL [192.88.110.20].
 SIMTEL20 can also be accessed using LISTSERV commands from BITNET via
 LISTSERVNDSUVM1, LISTSERVRPIECS and in Europe from EARN TRICKLE servers
 (for example, FRMOP11 in France). In the U.S. you can also obtain files
 from SIMTEL20 by e-mail. For example, to obtain the first file send this
 line as the only message to listservvm1.nodak.edu (1 = one):
 /PDGET MAIL PD1:<MSDOS.LINGUISTICS>WORDS1.ZIP UUENCODE
 If you are unable to access SIMTEL20 or mirror site wuarchive.wustl.edu,
 most SIMTEL20 MSDOS files are available for downloading on the Detroit
 Download Central network at 313-885-3956.
 Evan Antworth
 Academic Computing Department
 Summer Institute of Linguistics
 7500 W. Camp Wisdom Road
 Dallas, TX 75236
 U.S.A.
 Internet: evansil.org <------- new address as of September 1991
 UUCP: ...!uunet!convex!txsil!evan
 phone: 214/709-2418
 fax: 214/709-3387
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Message 2: TENNET Conference

Date: 9 September 91, 01:28:47 EDT
From: <R12040.at.UQAMtamvm1.tamu.edu>
Subject: TENNET Conference
The message below is an announcement and call for papers for
next year's TENNET conference which will be held in Montreal;
I'd appreciate it very much if you would run this in the next
available announcement section. Thanks very much!
Sincerely,
Whit
(Harry Whitaker)
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TENNET III; Announcement and CALL FOR PAPERS
The third annual conference on theoretical and experimental
neuropsychology, TENNET III, will be on May 20, 21 and 22, 1992,
in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
The conference structure is (a) refereed submitted poster
presentations, about 20 each day, and (b) two thematic symposia
of 2-3 hours duration each day, Wednesday through Friday. The
poster papers are discussed after the second symposium, each
afternoon. This is the only North American neuropsychology
conference that is specifically limited to presentations on
theoretical and experimental issues.
Deadline for submission of abstracts: December 13, 1991, via
E-mail, FAX or regular post. For more information on submitting
an abstract, for information on the symposia planned for 1992
and for information on registration and hotel arrangements,
please contact Local Arrangements chair:
 Dr. Harry A. Whitaker
 Departement de Psychologie
 Universite du Quebec a Montreal
 Case postale 8888, Succursale A
 Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3C 3P8
 Telephone: (514) 987-7002
 FAX: (514) 987-7953
 E-mail: R12040UQAM.BITNET
or the chair of the Program Committee:
 Dr. S. J. Segalowitz
 Department of Psychology
 Brock University
 St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada L2S 3A1
 Telephone: (416) 688-5544, X-3465
 FAX: (416) 688-2789
 E-mail: PSFSIDBROCKU.CA
==========================================================
 Information for Submitting a Poster Paper
Deadline for Submission of Abstracts: December 13, 1991
Poster presentations should deal with a well-defined topic or
problem in any domain of experimental or theoretical neuro-
psychology. Submissions are in two parts:
(a) A 200 word abstract in English which will be published in
the journal Brain & Cognition, if the paper is accepted by the
Program Committee for presentation at TENNET III.
Eight (8) copies are required if you submit by FAX or by regular
mail; if you submit by E-mail, please do so only once.
(b) A detailed description of the paper, maximum of two pages
in either English or French, which is to be refereed by the
Program Committee. Authors who choose to have their descriptions
refereed blindly should prepare the abstact and two-page summary
accordingly, using a code that you have identified to the chair
program committee.
Eight (8) copies are required if you submit by FAX or by regular
mail; if you submit by E-mail, please do so only once.
Please make sure that your complete mailing address, with your
institutional affiliation if any, is included with your submission,
particularly if you submit by E-mail or FAX. This is needed to
properly prepare the program, if your poster paper is accepted.
Your submission should be sent by post, E-mail or Fax to arrive
by the December 13 deadline, to the chair of the Program Committee:
Dr. S. J. Segalowitz. Please remember: Eight (8) copies of
your submission are needed, except if you send it by E-mail!
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Program Committee for TENNET III:
Sidney Segalowitz, Brock University, (Chair)
Harry Whitaker, UQAM, (Local Arrangements)
Christine Chiarello, Syracuse University
Yves Joanette, Universite de Montreal
Dennis Molfese, Southern Illinois University
Jean-Luc Nespoulous, Universite de Toulouse-Le Mirail
Brenda Rapp, Johns Hopkins University
Xavier Seron, Universite de Louvain
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To get information on registration and hotel arrangements,
please contact Local Arrangements chair: Dr. Harry Whitaker
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