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AMLaP 2019 in Moscow

Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Centre for Language and Brain, Higher School of Economics welcome you to the 25th AMLaP meeting, which will take place in Moscow 6-8 September 2019! AMLaP is an international conference, which has established itself as the premier international forum for interdisciplinary research into how people process language. AMLaP 2019 aims to bring together researchers using experimental, neuroimaging, computational, and theoretical perspectives on the cognitive architectures and neural mechanisms underlying language use and communication. We welcome theoretical and empirical reports on all aspects of word and sentence production and comprehension, discourse level mechanisms, bilingualism, and beyond. We hope to see you in Moscow at the 25th AMLaP!

AMLaP 2018 in Berlin 2

AMLaP 2018 unites experimental, computational, and theoretical perspectives on the mechanisms implicated in human language processing. Contributions  which explicitly relate experimental findings to computational mechanisms are especially encouraged. We also encourage contributions that bring together different methodological approaches (e.g., response times, eye tracking, EEG, corpora, fMRI and any combination of these and related approaches).

AMLaP 2018 will take place at the Titanic Hotel Chaussee Berlin

We are happy to welcome four exciting keynote speakers to AMLaP 2018!

Sonja Kotz (Maastricht University, The Netherlands)

Asifa Majid (Radboud Unitersity, The Netherlands)

Matthew W. Crocker (Saarland University, Germany)

Ken McRae (Western University, Canada)

Important dates and deadlines

Submissions are due: May 7, 2018

Notifications will be sent: early June 2018

Registration period: June 01 2018 - July 31 2018

Conference Chair:

Prof. Dr. Pia Knoeferle
Department of German Studies and Linguistics
German Linguistics: Psycholinguistics
Humboldt-University of BerlinBerlin, Germany

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