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May 22-24, 2019 Developmental Datasets and Tools Match-Up A bootcamp pairing up developmental language researchers with tools developers to advance a number of automated annotation tasks for child language research. more >
09:00-18:00 Apr 9, 2019 Crossing the boundaries: Language in Interaction The Language in Interaction Symposium will be held on April 9, 2019 at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, the Netherlands. more > Lecture, Symposium
15:30-17:30 Mar 4, 2019 KNAW bijeenkomst 200 jaar F.C. Donders Wat heeft Franciscus Cornelis Donders (1818-1889), een van de grootste geleerden van de negentiende eeuw, betekend voor de wetenschap? Die vraag staat centraal tijdens dit symposium, twee eeuwen na zijn geboorte. Zijn werk in de oogheelkunde was baanbrekend, net als zijn 'subtractiemethode', die van groot belang is geweest voor het moderne hersenscanningsonderzoek. more > Symposium
09:30-19:00 Feb 26, 2019 Neuroanatomical Foundations of Cognitive Computation Workshop Language in Interaction is pleased to host a workshop targeting human and comparative neuroanatomy. Invited experts representing a range of disciplines and perspectives within neuroanatomy will present and discuss their expertise with participants. The goal of this workshop is to establish a greater understanding of the different means of characterizing brain structure, and the consequences of different parcellation schemes on the understanding of brain function. more > Workshop
19:30-21:15 Jan 14, 2019 How We Became Unique Animals | Lecture by geneticist Adam Rutherford Monday 14 January 2019 | 19.30 – 21.15 hrs | De Lindenberg, Ridderstraat 23, Nijmegen Radboud Reflects and Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics more > Lecture
Oct 15-16, 2018 Nijmegen Lectures October 2018 World-renowned philosopher Professor Daniel C. Dennett will deliver the Nijmegen Lectures on October 15 and 16, 2018. more > Nijmegen Lectures
11:00-12:00 Sep 24, 2018 Heineken prize lecture by Nancy Kanwisher The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences has awarded the 2018 C.L. de Carvalho-Heineken Prize for Cognitive Science to Nancy Kanwisher, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge (USA). The official prize lecture will take place at the Radboud University Nijmegen. more > Lecture, Colloquium
Jul 2-4, 2018 IWLP 2018 The workshop is a venue for multi-disciplinary discussion of state-of-the-art cognitive science research on how the brain produces language. Each event is organized around poster sessions and hour-long keynote-style talks. more > Conference
10:00-17:00 Jun 20, 2018 MPI Proudly Presents 2018 This event is an opportunity to share the most exciting findings at MPI with colleagues, as each department has nominated a number of speakers to give presentations that are accessible to everyone. more > Colloquium
Jun 5-7, 2018 IMPRS Conference: Interdisciplinary Approaches in the Language Sciences more > Conference
Jun 5 to Feb 7, 2018 IMPRS Conference: Interdisciplinary Approaches in the Language Sciences more > Conference, Workshop, mpi
16:00-17:00 May 8, 2018 Guest Lecture by Miriam D. Lense, PhD Simon Fisher will be hosting a visit by Miriam D. Lense, PhD. Dr. Lense is a Research Instructor at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in the Program for Music, Mind, and Society. Her current research examines the development of rhythmic entrainment in the first years of life, relationships between rhythm and social communication/engagement, musical engagement experiences in individuals with and without developmental disorders, and relationships between music and sensory processing. more > Lecture
15:45-17:00 Apr 10, 2018 Kim Plunkett, Tuesday April 10 The Whorfian Infant more >
14:00-15:00 Mar 12, 2018 Lecture Peter Strick (U. Pittsburgh): Basal Ganglia Circuits with the Cerebral Cortex and the Cerebellum Given the relevance of the cerebellar-basal ganglia-corticel loop for speech and language processing, Peter Hagoort is happy to have a lecture of the world leading expert on the topic of the role of these areas at MPI. more > Lecture, Homepage
Feb 26-28, 2018 Nijmegen Lectures 2018, February 26-28 Understanding how children learn language: What progress has been made since 1965? more > Nijmegen Lectures
08:45-17:15 Jan 30, 2018 Imaging Genetics of Human Brain Laterality Most people have left-hemisphere dominance for language and hand motor control. In fact laterality is an important and general aspect of human brain organization which can be altered in cognitive and psychiatric disorders, yet its genetic and developmental bases remain poorly understood. This workshop will clarify the extents to which the following questions can already be answered by the field, and what steps will be required to make further progress. more > Workshop
11:00-12:00 Dec 17, 2017 Paradiso lezing: Taal in het Paradijs met Peter Hagoort In de mini-serie ‘Taal in het Paradijs’ bespreken drie taalwetenschappers taal op verschillende niveaus: structuur, brein en communicatie. Onder de titel ‘Over sprekende auto’s, communicerende marsmannetjes en breintaal’ zal op 17 december Jolien Francken Peter Hagoort interviewen volgens het succesvolle format van Zomergasten. more > Lecture
09:15-16:00 Oct 28, 2017 Kletskoppen: het eerste kindertaalfestival van Nederland Hoe werkt dat eigenlijk, leren praten? Tijdens het Kletskoppen kindertaalfestival op zaterdag 28 oktober in Nijmegen leren kinderen het spelenderwijs. Een wetenschapsdag voor het hele gezin, vol leuke experimentjes, demonstraties en interactieve lezingen over kindertaal. more > Info day
Oct 27-28, 2017 Event Representations in Brain Language and Development The two-day workshop 'Event Representations in Brain, Language & Development' (EvRep) will be held at the MPI for Psycholinguistics, October 27-28 2017. more > Workshop
11:00-17:30 Oct 2, 2017 Linguistics Quo Vadis II The purpose of this follow-up symposium is to discuss future directions of the field of linguistics, with a focus on three topical areas: (i) theoretical linguistics; (ii) typology; (iii) computational linguistics. Speakers will present their views from the perspective of their own research as well as with an eye on the challenges of the future. more > Symposium
Sep 21-22, 2017 Minds, Mechanisms and Interaction in the Evolution of Language The workshop “Minds, Mechanisms and Interaction in the Evolution of Language” will be hosted at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen, the Netherlands on 21st-22nd September 2017. more > Workshop
Sep 7-8, 2017 Cognomics Conference 2017 Neurogenomics: the road ahead, Keynote Lecture by Paul Thompson (USC Imaging Genetics Center, Los Angeles) more > Conference
16:00-17:00 Jul 6, 2017 Reyna L. Gordon, PhD Investigating a shared neurobiological basis for rhythm and grammar traits: groundwork and new horizons more > Lecture, Donders, MPI
Jul 6-7, 2017 CLS-MPI Iconicity Focus Group Workshop Types of iconicity in language use, development, and processing more > Workshop
10:00-17:30 Jun 29, 2017 MPI Proudly Presents This event is an opportunity to share the most exciting findings at MPI with colleagues, as each department has nominated a number of speakers to give presentations that are accessible to everyone. more > Info day
Jun 26-27, 2017 DETEC 2017 Discourse Expectations: Theoretical, Experimental and Computational perspectives more > Conference
Jun 22 to Mar 23, 2017 Human olfaction at the intersection of language, culture and biology There is a long tradition of under-estimating the sense of smell, and the information it provides. This long-standing picture of olfaction is being challenged today from a variety of directions. Previous estimates held that humans could only distinguish 10,000 odors, but this estimate has been revised to more than 1,000,000,000,000. Great strides have also been made in unlocking the perceptual bases of olfactory discrimination and categorization. Researchers are now able to predict both behavioral and neural activity in response to novel odors. more > Conference, MPI Colloquium, mpi
15:45-17:00 Jun 20, 2017 Jonathan Grainger, Tuesday June 20 Universite de Provence Aix-Marseille more > MPI Colloquium
13:00-18:00 Jun 9, 2017 Sign Language Colloquium The role of gesture in the acquisition of a sign language as a second language more > Homepage, Colloquium, mpi
May 30-31, 2017 Linguistics Quo Vadis more > mpi, Workshop, MPI
15:45-17:00 May 16, 2017 Jennifer Rodd, Tuesday May 16 (University College London) more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
15:45-17:00 Apr 18, 2017 Nathalie Tzourio-Mazoyer, Tuesday April 18 Neurofunctional Imaging Group/University of Bordeaux more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
15:45-17:00 Mar 21, 2017 Regine Kolinsky, Tuesday March 21 Free University of Brussels more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
15:45-17:00 Feb 21, 2017 Christine M. Freitag, Tuesday February 21 Goethe University Frankfurt more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
15:45-17:00 Feb 16, 2017 Colloquium Diversity in Language, Culture and Cognition: Stephen C. Levinson more >
Jan 23-25, 2017 Nijmegen Lectures 2017, January 23-25 Language production: Lessons from Freud, rats, and connectionism more > Nijmegen Lectures
09:00-17:00 Jan 14, 2017 Advancing Behavioral And Cognitive Understanding of Speech (ABACUS) The ABACUS symposium presents a series of lectures by invited speakers from a wide range of disciplines, and aims to discuss how we can further advance the study of speech from an evolutionary perspective. The evolutionary perspective entails trying to understand how linguistic signals, as well as the cognitive and anatomical machinery to use them, came to be the way they are. The symposium is held in the context of the end of the ERC project ABACUS led by Prof. Bart de Boer. more > Symposium, mpi
09:30-17:30 Jan 13, 2017 Virtual Reality as a Tool for Cognitive Science Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen Friday January 13th, 2017 more > Department Neurobiology of Language, Workshop, Homepage, MPI
15:45-17:00 Dec 13, 2016 Christopher Jarrold, Tuesday December 13 REHEARSAL AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF VERBAL SHORT-TERM MEMORY more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
15:00-17:00 Nov 7, 2016 Biology of reading disabilities Mini symposium more > Department Language and Genetics, mpi, MPI
15:45-17:00 Oct 18, 2016 Napoleon Katsos, Tuesday October 18 HOW CHILDREN LEARN “SOME,” “ALL,” AND “MOST,” WORDS more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
Oct 12-13, 2016 Perception Metaphor Workshop 12-13 October Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics (Room 163) The humanities and social sciences are in the throes of “embodiment” and this has put perception to the forefront of inquiry. In this workshop we explore the myriad ways perceptual language serves as the basis of, or target for, metaphorical extension. We bring together scholars from linguistics, anthropology, and psychology to tackle perception and metaphor from historical, typological, corpus, experimental, and developmental perspectives. more > Workshop, MPI
Sep 15-16, 2016 Linking social effects in language processing to social effects in language evolution Languages are learned and used in social interaction. Therefore, social factors are likely to play a role in the way that languages are learned and processed, which in turn, influences the form that languages take. Indeed, research has shown that information is processed and represented differently depending on the social context. Similarly, recent research on language evolution has started exploring the relationship between linguistic properties and the social setting in which languages have evolved. Surprisingly, however, these two lines of research do not link to each other. The goal of this workshop is to try to bridge the gap between these lines of research and see how they can inform each other. more > Workshop, mpi
15:45-17:00 Sep 6, 2016 Katrin Amunts, Tuesday September 6 “BIG BRAINS” AS TOOLS TO UNDERSTAND HUMAN BRAIN ORGANISATION more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
15:45-17:00 Jun 23, 2016 Simone Pika, Thursday June 23 THE EVOLUTION OF COOPERATIVE COMMUNICATION: CAN GESTURES BRIDGE THE GAP? more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
10:00-16:30 Jun 1, 2016 MPI Proudly Presents 2016 Each department has nominated a number of speakers to give brief presentations that are accessible to everyone. more > MPI
15:45-17:00 May 17, 2016 Judit Gervain, Tuesday May 17 MECHANISMS OF SPEECH PERCEPTION AT BIRTH: NIRS STUDIES WITH NEWBORNS more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
16:30-17:45 Apr 26, 2016 Vincent Janik, Tuesday April 26 COMPLEXITY AND MEANING IN MARINE MAMMAL COMMUNICATION more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
09:00-13:00 Mar 21, 2016 Language adapts to interaction A workshop at the Evolution of Language conference (EvoLang XI) in New Orleans, USA. The primary ecology of language is interaction – face-to-face conversation. Therefore, the infrastructure for interaction may provide an insight into the origins of our unique communicative abilities. We invite papers which discuss the links between interaction and language evolution. more > Conference, mpi, Workshop, MPI
15:45-17:00 Mar 15, 2016 Christopher Petkov, Tuesday March 15 STRUCTURED SEQUENCE PROCESSING, LANGUAGE EVOLUTION AND THE PRIMATE BRAIN more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
15:45-17:00 Feb 16, 2016 Gareth Gaskell, Tuesday February 16 LANGUAGE LEARNING: THE LONG AND THE SHORT OF IT more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
Jan 20-22, 2016 Nijmegen Lectures 2016, January 20 - 22 (Un)conventional wisdom: Three neurobiological provocations about brain and language more > Nijmegen Lectures
Dec 10-11, 2015 Individual differences in language processing across the adult life span This workshop tries to bring together researchers who have investigated variation in language processing ability across the adult life span, either by comparing age groups, by comparing clinical to non-impaired groups, or by looking at variation more continuously across the adult life span. more > Workshop, mpi
15:45-17:00 Dec 1, 2015 Mairead MacSweeney, Tuesday December 1 Reading a language you can't hear: The relationship between speechreading and reading in deaf children more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
15:45-17:00 Nov 3, 2015 Wolfgang Enard, Tuesday November 3 Mouse Models for Human Brain Evolution more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
Oct 5-6, 2015 Self-monitoring and control in speech production more > mpi, Workshop, MPI
13:00-18:00 Oct 3, 2015 De Nijmeegse Taalmiddag more > Info day, Workshop, mpi, MPI
Oct 1-2, 2015 IMPRS workshop: Perspectives on the ontogeny of mutual understanding more > Conference, mpi, Workshop, MPI
15:45-17:00 Sep 15, 2015 Kate Watkins, Tuesday September 15 Neurological abnormalities in speech fluency disorders more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
10:00-17:00 Jun 27, 2015 Open dag Op zaterdag 27 juni opent het Max Planck Instituut voor Psycholinguïstiek zijn deuren. Iedereen met interesse in taal of taalonderzoek is welkom, net als mensen die gewoon weleens willen weten wat er allemaal gebeurt in dat grote gebouw aan de rand van de campus van de Radboud Universiteit. more > Info day, Homepage, MPI
15:45-17:00 Jun 15, 2015 Holly Branigan, Monday June 15 I said it once, I’ll say it twice: Structural priming effects as evidence for linguistic representation in adults and children more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
14:00-17:00 Jun 10, 2015 A Celebration of Language On Wednesday June 10th, the MPI for Psycholinguistics celebrates the opening of its new wing, and the start of an exciting new era of interdisciplinary research into the foundations of language. The wing houses a virtual reality suite, experiment rooms (including baby-labs and EEG facilities) and, for the first time at the MPI, state-of-the-art molecular biology laboratories, allowing us to trace connections between genes, brain circuits and language. more > Symposium, MPI
15:45-17:00 May 20, 2015 Peter Gärdenfors, Wednesday May 20 A semantic theory of word classes more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
15:45-17:00 Apr 29, 2015 Sonja Kotz, Wednesday April 29 Prediction in multimodal emotional speech more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
Mar 18-20, 2015 Decoding the Neurobiology of Synaesthesia The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences cordially invites scholars to the Academy Colloquium Decoding the Neurobiology of Synaesthesia. more > Department Language and Genetics, Homepage, Colloquium, MPI
15:45-17:00 Mar 10, 2015 Christophe Pallier, Tuesday March 10 In search of syntactic structures in the brain more > MPI Colloquium, MPI
Mar 9-10, 2015 Workshop Memory consolidation and word learning Talks will address a wide range of topics in memory consolidation in children and adults, with a focus on language learning. more > Workshop, MPI
Feb 25-27, 2015 Nijmegen Lectures 2015, February 25 - 27 The Origin of Abstract Thought more > Nijmegen Lectures
Jan 26-27, 2015 Gender and classifiers: areal and genealogical perspectives Workshop on Gender and classifiers: areal and genealogical perspectives, organized by Greville Corbett , Sebastian Fedden (Surrey Morphology Group), Edith Sjoerdsma and Gunter Senft (MPI for Psycholinguistics) more > Workshop
15:45-17:00 Jan 20, 2015 Simon Kirby, Tuesday, 20 January The Cultural Origins of Structure more > MPI
Oct 30-31, 2014 Workshop: Combining different approaches to linguistic diversity Link: more > Workshop
09:00-17:00 Oct 14, 2014 Workshop: Perspectives on Language Development In this one-day workshop, we will discuss current perspectives on language development. Please see the programme for details. All welcome to attend. more > Workshop
09:00-17:00 Oct 14, 2014 Workshop: Perspectives on Language Development In this one-day workshop, we will discuss current perspectives on language development. Please see the program for details. All welcome to attend. more >
Oct 7-9, 2014 Language Comparison with Linguistic Databases: RefLex and Typological Databases more > Workshop, Department Language and Cognition
15:00-17:00 Oct 1, 2014 Heineken Prize Lecture Jay McClelland Title “Interactive processes in perception and language" more > MPI
Mar 28-29, 2014 Workshop on Information Structure in Head-Marking Languages The workshop addresses pragmatic, semantic, morphosyntactic and prosodic aspects of the expression of IS in head-marking languages from a theoretical, descriptive, or typological perspective. more > Workshop
Mar 26-28, 2014 Workshop: Comprehension=Production? more > Workshop
Feb 18 to Jan 27, 2014 Ray Jackendoff, February 18 more > Colloquium
Jan 27-29, 2014 Nijmegen Lectures 2014 (January 27-29) more > Nijmegen Lectures
15:45-17:00 Nov 19, 2013 Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, 19 November 2013 Towards a neurobiologically and cross-linguistically plausible model of language processing more > MPI Colloquium
Sep 10-11, 2013 Cognomics Symposium A two-day symposium with key-note lectures from David Glahn (Yale) & Genevieve Konopka (UT Southwestern). more > Symposium
15:45-17:00 May 21, 2013 Martin Corley, May 21 2013 Disfluency in Speech: The Listener's Perspective more > MPI Colloquium
Apr 18-19, 2013 Place, landscape, and language more > Workshop
15:45-17:00 Apr 16, 2013 Herbert H. Clark, 16 April, 2013 Depicting as part of spontaneous communication more > Colloquium
15:45-17:00 Mar 19, 2013 Jeffrey Lidz, 19 March, 2013 more > MPI Colloquium, Colloquium
15:45-17:00 Feb 19, 2013 Rens Bod, February 19, 2013 How Hierarchical is Language? more > MPI Colloquium
Jan 28-30, 2013 Nijmegen Lectures 2013 On the Pre-Chomskyan History of Psycholinguistics more > Nijmegen Lectures
15:30-17:00 Nov 15, 2012 Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz, November 15 Nature and Nurture in language acquisition: Anatomical and functional brain-imaging studies in infants more > MPI Colloquium
Nov 9-10, 2012 2012 - Categories of Information Structure across Languages This workshop aims to bring together descriptive and theoretical linguists who are investigating categories in Information Structure. It will address the question of the universality of information structure categories of topic, focus, and contrast. more > Workshop
15:45-17:00 Oct 23, 2012 Mitsuhiko Ota, October 23 Phonology and the lexicon in early language development more > MPI Colloquium
14:00-17:00 Sep 12, 2012 Opening of the Nijmegen Cognomics Initiative We are very pleased to announce that the Cognomics program will be officially opened on September 12, 2012. more > MPI
09:30-17:00 Jun 26, 2012 MPI Proudly Presents On Tuesday June 26 a one day meeting will be held at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics. At this meeting presentations will be given that provide an overview of recent research at the Institute. The meeting will be held at the auditorium of the Max Planck Institute. more > Info day, Meeting, mpi
15:45-17:00 Jun 19, 2012 Rens Bod, June 19 How Hierarchical is Language? more > MPI Colloquium
15:45-17:00 May 22, 2012 Iris Sommer, May 22 Where the voices come from; and how to get rid of them more > MPI Colloquium
May 9-11, 2012 Relations in Relativity: New Perspectives on Language and Thought Does the language we speak influence the way we think? This question of linguistic relativity, most famously raised by Benjamin Whorf, has been a strong point of debate over the decades. An emerging view that reconciles the empirical evidence is that thought is neither determined by language nor completely free of its influence. This workshop aims to take this idea further and ask the resulting questions: How does language influence thought? In which domains? When do language effects kick in? And why is it important? more > Workshop
Jan 9-11, 2012 Nijmegen Lectures 2011 (January 9-11, 2012) Coevolutionary Linguistics: Diversity, Culture, Mind and History more > Nijmegen Lectures
15:45-17:00 May 17, 2011 Sven Mattys, May 17 Penetrability of the speech system by cognitive load more > MPI Colloquium
13:00-17:30 Mar 18, 2011 Cognitive Neuroscience - Open day, March 18, 2011 Cognitive Neuroscience - Open day March 18, 2011 more > Info day
15:45-17:00 Mar 15, 2011 Dianne Newbury, March 15 Genetic investigations of speech and language disorders more > MPI Colloquium
15:45-17:00 Feb 15, 2011 Östen Dahl, February 15 The structure of human memory and tense-aspect-mood-evidentiality (TAME) more > MPI Colloquium
Dec 6-8, 2010 Nijmegen Lectures 2010 Music, language, and the brain more > Nijmegen Lectures
17:00-18:30 Oct 6, 2010 Studium Generale: "Around Abelard" As from March 24th 2010, Pieter Seuren has started a series of lectures about selected topics within the fields of philosophy, history and culture at the MPI for Psycholinguistics in a classical studium generale framework. more > Lecture
09:00-17:00 Apr 19, 2010 2nd NGC Spring Workshop: Role of Gesture and Sign in Language Emergence and Evolution A mini workshop with emphasis on gesture and sign on the role of language evolution and emergence more >
09:00-17:00 Apr 19, 2010 2nd NGC Spring Workshop: Role of Gesture and Sign in Language Emergence and Evolution Mini workshop with an emphasis on gesture and sign on the role of language evolution and emergergence. more >
09:00-17:00 Apr 19, 2010 2nd NGC Spring Workshop: Role of Gesture and Sign in Language Emergence and Evolution Mini workshop with an emphasis on gesture and sign on the role of language evolution and emergergence. more >
Dec 7-9, 2009 Nijmegen Lectures 2009 Understanding Language across Multiple Time-Scales: Evolution, Acquisition and Processing more > Nijmegen Lectures
Oct 8-9, 2009 The Third A. Guiora Annual Roundtable Conference in the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language The Earliest Stages of Language Learning more > Conference
11:00-13:00 Aug 28, 2009 NGC lecture: Marieke Hoetjes Untying the knot between gesture and speech. The influence of gestures on speech more > Nijmegen Gesture Centre
11:00-13:00 Jun 26, 2009 NGC lecture: Kawai Chui Studies of gesture in Chinese discourse more > Nijmegen Gesture Centre
Dec 10-13, 2008 Nijmegen lectures 2008 The Nature and Origins of Language: A Genetic Perspective more > Nijmegen Lectures
Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2008 Information structure lecture series 2008 more >
Oct 17-18, 2007 The second A. Guiora roundtable conference in the cognitive neuroscience of language. The Cognitive and Neural Prerequisites of Time in Language - October 2007 more >
Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2007 Information structure lecture series 2007 more >
Sep 20-21, 2005 The First A. Guiora Roundtable Conference in the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language The Cognitive Neuroscience of Second Language Acquisition - September 2005 more >

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