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Program & Abstracts

On the Pre-Chomskyan History of Psycholinguistics


by Willem J.M. Levelt

 

overview

 

Monday 28 January 2013

Lecture 1 Overview and timeline


Lecture 2 Brain and language


Symposium 1 How have things changed since Broca and Wernicke? A contemporary view of the neurobiology of language

Randi Martin (Rice University, Texas)

Peter Indefrey (Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf)

Sophie Scott (University College London)

 

Tuesday 29 January 2013

Lecture 3 Nineteenth century laboratory and speech error studies of language processing


Lecture 4 Twentieth century studies of adult language usage: Experimental, functional and statistical

 

Symposium 2 Experiments vs observational techniques - Are they really complementary approaches?

Herbert H. Clark (Stanford University, California)

Marc Brysbaert (University of Ghent)

Elena Lieven (University of Manchester)

 

Wednesday 30 January 2013

Lecture 5 Psycholinguistics during the Third Reich


Lecture 6 Launched by communication technology and veterans research: The birth of modern psycholinguistics

 

Symposium 3 What role does technology play in today's psycholinguistic agenda?

Theo Mulder (The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, KNAW, Amsterdam)

Antal van den Bosch (Radboud University Nijmegen)

Wolfgang Klein (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen)


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