Psycholinguistics Coffee

Psycholinguistics Coffee

Informal Meeting to Discuss Psycholinguistic Research

2019/20

9 September

Aliff Mohd Sharif (University of Edinburgh)

MVPA: neural Coding of sentence-level semantic information


19 August

Fang Yang (University of Edinburgh)

Speakers’ decisions about what to mention next and what referring form to use in the continuation of Mandarin action events.


5 August

Yangzi Zhou (University of Edinburgh)

The effects of semantic similarity on speakers’ referential behaviour


24 June

Kate Stone (Potsdam University)

Take the trash: Do German readers predict long-distance verb particles?


17 June

Marieke Woensdregt (Radboud University)

Modelling the role of other-initiated repair in facilitating the emergence of compositionality


27 May

Alice Turk (University of Edinburgh)

From phonological representation to surface sound


20 May

Mirta Vernice (University of Urbino)

Reading comprehension in adolescents with L2 Italian: the role of degree of bilingualism


13 May

Kate McCurdy (CDT in Data Science, University of Edinburgh)

Modeling grammatical gender and plural inflection in German


6 May

Jessica Brough (University of Edinburgh)

The influence of race and gender on perspective-taking during language production


8 April

Roger van Gompel (University of Dundee)

The lexical boost effect in structural priming: Evidence for head-centred syntactic representations

Link to recording (available for UoE-members with EASE authentication)


25 March

Itamar Kastner (University of Edinburgh)

Allomorphic factors in lexical processing


19 February

Alice Rees (University of Edinburgh)

The role of alternatives in children’s pragmatic enrichment


12 February

Helen Koulidobrova (Central Connecticut State University)

At the intersection of disability, indigeneity, and language: What Sign multilingualism can tell us about both linguistic theory and theory of multilingualism


5 February

Matías Morales (University of Edinburgh)

Conceptualisation and formulation of motion event descriptions in L2


29 January

Ludivine Crible (University of Edinburgh)

Information density and cognitive complexity in discourse production and processing


22 January

Xiaodong Xu (Nanjing Normal University)

How pragmatic processing is modulated by concessive and causal conjunctions: behavioral and neural evidence

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