International Workshop on Language Production 2021

2 November 2021 16:00 - 15 November 2021 19:00
The International Workshop on Language Production is a venue for multi-disciplinary discussion of cognitive science research on how the brain produces language. Each event is organized around poster sessions, and a few hour-long keynote-style talks.

Due to the global pandemic this event will be held online on 2, 10 and 15 November to continue the engagement established over the last two decades, and to prime the language production community for the (hopefully) in person meeting in Pittsburgh in 2022!

This meeting is organized around 5 keynote-style talks, a special session about online experimentation, short poster-talk sessions, and perhaps time for an "online-social" moment.

The scientific committee


2 November 2021

16:00 hrsTatiana Schnur: Connected speech. Insights from acute stroke.
17.00 hrsSwathi Kiran: The many facets of language production in bilingual aphasia.
18.00 hrs: Poster video slams

10 November 2021

16:00 hrsMeredith Tamminga: Sociolinguistic variation as a window on language production
17.00 hrsAmie FairsAnne Vogt and Svetlana Pinet: Running language production experiments online
18.00 hrs: Poster video slams

15 November 2021

16:00 hrsEric Lambert: Do motor and rhythmic skills influence the development of written production?
17.00 hrsMichele Diaz: Age-related Similarities and Differences in Processing Phonological Information: Neural and Behavioral Evidence
18.00 hrs: Poster video slams


You can register for this event here.


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