MPI for Psycholinguistics 40 years

16 December 2019
In 2020 the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics (MPI) in Nijmegen celebrates its 40th anniversary. The anniversary of our Institute will be celebrated with a number of events, which will be announced in the course of this year.

The MPI started as a project group in 1977, and became an institute in 1980. In 1986 the MPI found its home in a new building at the campus of the Radboud University.Multiple further extensions of the institute followed, until it reached its current size.

For information on the current institute and a brief description of its history, see our history webpage.

Photo: Opening by MPG President Lüst, President of the MPG

The following events are already scheduled:

January 8: The opening workshop for the Jerome Bruner library that the institute acquired from the Bruner family.

July 3-5: A conference on the Neurobiology of Language: Key Issues and Ways Forward.


Canisius College

Building of the MPI 40 years ago

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