Psycholinguistics Coffee

Psycholinguistics Coffee

Informal Meeting to Discuss Psycholinguistic Research

Programme and Information for Psycholinguistics Coffee

Informal Meeting to Discuss Psycholinguistic Research

We meet each week for coffee, biscuits, and an informal talk 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.


Next session

Informal chat about next semester’s talks



Register here

See Next session for abstract and more information.

See our Programme for upcoming meetings.


Time and place

Wednesdays (12-1PM) in room S38, Psychology Building, 7 George Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9JZ (unless otherwise notified).

Due to covid-19, our meetings have now moved online.

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.



The sessions are organised by the Language, Cognition, and Communication research group. For more information or to be added to the mailing list, please email Greta Gandolfi, Esperanza Badaya or Anita Tobar Henríquez.


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