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Self-monitoring and control in speech production

The aim of the workshop is to bring together experts working on the interplay between cognitive control system and language production. The main objective of the workshop is to exchange latest findings from different populations (e.g., bilingual and monolingual speakers, patients, and older adults) and to connect studies using different research approaches (e.g., behavioral, neuroscience, neuropsychology, and computational modeling).

Invited speakers:

Andrea Krott (University of Birmingham, U.K.)

Ardi Roelofs (Radboud University, The Netherlands)

Gary Dell (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, U.S.A.)

Niels Schiller (Leiden University, The Netherlands)

Randi Martin (Rice University, U.S.A.)

Robert Hartsuiker (University of Ghent, Belgium)

Sieb Nooteboom (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)


Program for Self-monitoring and Control in Speech Production workshop

October 5

 

 

09.30

Coffee

 

10.00

Opening

Antje Meyer

10.15

Control of Sentence Production: The Cop and the Mini-Cop

Gary Dell

11.15

Coffee

 

11.30

Performance Monitoring in Speaking: Defense of A Comprehension-based Account

Ardi Roelofs

12.30

Lunch

 

14.00

The Role of Working Memory and Selection Ability in Language Production from the Single Word to Narrative Level

Randi Martin

15.00

Coffee

 

15.15

Electrophysiological correlates of monitoring speech errors of other speakers

Niels Schiller

16.15

Drinks

 

October 6

 

 

09.30

Coffee

 

10.00

Conflict Monitoring in Speech Production

Robert Hartsuiker

11.00

Coffee

 

11.15

The Effect of Bilingualism on Resolving Semantic Interferences during Lexical Selection

 Andrea Krott

12.15 0

Lunch & Poster session

 

14.00

Internal and External Self-monitoring for Speech Errors is largely Production-based

Sieb Nooteboom

15.00

Coffee

 

15.15

General Discussion

 

16.00

Closing

 

 If you are interested in attending this workshop, we cordially invite you to register for the workshop. Participation is free of charge, but the number of seats is limited and we will be following a First-Come, First-Served principle.


Where and when:
Oct 5-6, 2015
Room 163, MPI for Psycholinguistics
Organizers:
Zeshu Shao, Antje Meyer
Contact:
Zeshu Shao,

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