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Psycholinguistics Coffee

Psycholinguistics Coffee

Informal Meeting to Discuss Psycholinguistic Research


[*] Recording available upon request.

5th June

Ed Donnellan(University of Edinburgh)

Timing relationships between representational gestures and speech: A window into shared production processes

29th May

Lara Kelly(University of Edinburgh)

Linguistic Distance, Psychotypology and Bilingual Language Processing

22nd May

Master’s Students(University of Edinburgh)

How the listener’s own voice’s pitch influences their perception of Cantonese level tones: the influence of motor system in speech perception?

Bilingualism in Autism: Measuring the Impact of a new Resource Hub

Does the Similarity between Languages Make Language Learning Easier or more Difficult?

How Accurate are Regressive Saccades in Chinese Garden-path Sentences?

Impact of Background Noise on Language Prediction

15th May

Irene Winther (University of Edinburgh)

Cognate processing and the role of learning

8th May

Master’s Students (University of Edinburgh)

Say that again? Examining sentence prediction with accented speech using the visual-world paradigm;

Illusion of Plausibility: Misretrieval or Misrepresentation?;

1st May

Huanhuan Yin (University of Edinburgh)

Predicting Words Across Languages Depends on Language Context: Evidence from Visual World Eye-Tracking [*]

24th April

Radim Lacina (Osnabrück University)

Scalar diversity in alternative activation: Lexical decision with adjectives [*]

17th April

Nora Kennis (University of Edinburgh)

Language choice in bilingual interaction: Effects of alignment and cumulative semantic priming

27th March

Caterina Villani (Università di Bologna)

Varieties of abstract concepts and their use in conversation [*]

20th March

Junhua Ding (University of Edinburgh)

Using words of speech to predict lesions of stroke [*]

13th March

Andrew Jessop (University of Liverpool)

Word discovery through incremental chunking: How children find words in natural and artificial languages [*]

28th February

Junjie Wu (Tianjin Normal University)

Do Bilinguals Need to Inhibit Their Nontarget Language? A Causal Study of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation over the Right Inferior Frontal Gyrus [*]

21st February

Vilde Reksnes (University of Edinburgh)

How aspects of the addressee affect informativity expectations in comprehenders

14th February

Kelly Cheuk (University of Edinburgh)

Color vs. size: how discourse relevance guides modifier choice in reference production

7th February

Shuting Chen (University of Edinburgh)

Interference in Joint Picture-Naming

13th December

Daler Tashkhuzhaev (Università di Pisa)

Cross-Linguistic Influence in the acquisition of unaccusative Italian verbs by native Russian speakers [*]

6th December

Radina Binti Mohamad Deli (University of Edinburgh)

The effect of verb semantics in implicit causality on pronoun interpretation in autistic children and adolescents [*]

22nd November

Aida Samadzadeh Tarighat (University of Edinburgh)

When Speech Becomes Writing: The Case of Disfluencies

15th November

Alice Ross (University of Edinburgh)

Is there an uncanny valley for speech? Investigating listeners’ evaluations of realistic TTS voices [*]

8th November

Camilla Masullo (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)

The role of bilingualism in spotting agreement attraction errors: evidence from Italian bidialectal communities [*]

1st November

Sydelle de Souza (University of Edinburgh)

Why can hope be killed, but not murdered? Exploring L1 speakers’ intuitions of semi-productive verb-argument structures [*]

25th October

Elena Sofia Safina (Università di Napoli Federico II)

Grammatical gender effects on gender inference: experimental evidence on Italian common gender agent nouns. [*]

20th October

Prof. Ramesh Kumar Mishra (University of Hyderabad)

Cross language orthography activation in Indian bilingualism 

11th October

Greta Gandolfi (University of Edinburgh)

Exploring Linguistic Conventions: Do speakers represent community belonging when establishing conventions in dialogue?



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