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Psycholinguistics Coffee

Psycholinguistics Coffee

Informal Meeting to Discuss Psycholinguistic Research


25 June

Georgia-Ann Carter (University of Edinburgh)

Effects of global discourse coherence on local contextual predictions

16 June

Lauren Hadley (University of Nottingham)

Strategies for interacting in a social world

9 June

Radina Binti Mohamad Deli (University of Edinburgh)

The effect of verb-based implicit causality on the resolution of ambiguous pronouns in Malay children with ASD

2 June

Yue Yu(University of Edinburgh)

Do people do structural reanalysis when they encounter an implausible sentence?

26 May

Greta Gandolfi (University of Edinburgh)

Conceptual alignment and its meta-representation promote communication success

28 April

Irene Winther (University of Edinburgh)

Cognate facilitation in computational language models

21 April

Evan Kidd (University of Birmingham)

Sentence planning and production in Australian free word order languages

7 April

Greg Woodin (University of Birmingham)

‘Tiny numbers’ are actually tiny: Evidence from gestures in the TV News Archive

24 March

Shiri Lev-Ari (Royal Holloway, University of London)

Larger networks lead to more robust communication

17 March

Doğuş Can Öksüz (University of Cambridge)

Collocational Processing in L1 and L2: Combining experimental and corpus approaches.

10 March

Sumrah Arshad (University of Göttingen)

Acquisition of Sentential Negation in Child Language

3 March

Micha Heilbron (Donders Institute/MPI)

A hierarchy of linguistic predictions during natural language comprehension

24 February

Rhona Amos (University of Geneva)

Prediction in Interpreting

10 February

Tobias Ungerer (University of Edinburgh)

Structural priming meets Construction Grammar: Using priming to explore networks of constructions

3 February

Matías Morales (University of Edinburgh)

Can bilinguals attain the lexical and structural preferences of their L2?

27 January

Eugene Philalithis (University of Edinburgh)

Automated theory inference and spontaneous convention repair.

20 January

Marion Coumel (University of Warwick)

First and second language learning and processing via syntactic priming

13 January

Tiwalayo Eisape (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Cloze Distillation: Improving neural language models with human next-word predictions

2 December

Dávid György (University of Geneva)

Rhythmic priming of syntactic processing: is the effect purely facilitatory?

25 November

Elizabeth Le-luan (University of Manchester)

Investigating message-level prediction and individual differences during the processing of written language: An eye tracking investigation.

18 November

Sophie Hardy (University of Warwick)

Healthy Ageing and Sentence Production: Insights from Syntactic Priming

4 November

Nivedita Mani (University of Göttingen)

Why do children learn words?

21 October

Dale Barr (University of Glasgow)

Memory representations and common ground in referential communication

14 October

Dan Mirman (University of Edinburgh)

Comprehension of metaphors and poetic language: Half-baked brainchildren that need your help to flower.

7 October

Sakshi Bhatia (Central University of Rajasthan)

Agreement processing in a language with a mixed agreement system: Evidence from Hindi

30 September

Clara Cohen, Catherine Higham and Syed Waqar Nabi (University of Glasgow)

Deep Learnability: Using Neural Networks to Quantify Language Similarity and Learnability

23 September

Francesco Cabiddu (Cardiff University)

Beyond frequency-based parameters in computational models of early word segmentation

16 September

Zhenguang G. Cai (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Speakers are more likely to lexically align with a linguistically less-competent interlocutor in language production


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