Programme and Information for Psycholinguistics Coffee
Informal Meeting to Discuss Psycholinguistic Research
We meet each week for informal talks from a mixture of internal and external speakers. Talks include published research, work in progress, and practice-runs for conference presentations.
All are welcome, especially postgraduate students.
If you are interested in presenting, or if you have any suggestions of invited speakers, please send us an email.
December 6th, noon.
Radina Binti Mohamad Deli (University of Edinburgh)
The effect of verb semantics in implicit causality on pronoun interpretation in autistic children and adolescents
See our Programme for upcoming meetings.
Time and place
Our talks take place in room G.26 in 7 George Square this semester. Please join us for a nice discussion over tea and biscuits! If you can’t make it in person, it is possible to join the meeting on Teams; the meeting invitation will be distributed through the mailing list shortly.
For information on how to attend, please sign up to our mailing list, see below for contact details. The talks are open for members of the University as well as external students and researchers.