In the Nijmegen lectures series, a leading scientist in the fields of psychology or linguistics presents a three-day series of lectures and seminars. The purpose of the series is to allow broad and intensive coverage of research topics by providing extensive interaction among the invited speaker and the participants. The series is a collaborative activity of the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics and the Radboud University Nijmegen.
On the Pre-Chomskyan History of Psycholinguistics
Coevolutionary Linguistics: Diversity, Culture, Mind and History
Music, language, and the brain
Understanding Language across Multiple Time-Scales: Evolution, Acquisition and Processing
The Nature and Origins of Language: A Genetic Perspective