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Ongoing psycholinguistic research at the GRK. Workshop with Anne Cutler

DateWednesday, 15th June 2016
LocationLibrary of the German Linguistics Department, Belfortstrasse 14, ground floor

ansprechpartner: Sophia Wulfert, Helena Levy
institution: HPSL
language: Englisch
location institution: Freiburg
date_raw: 15. Juni 2016
date_sort: 15.06.2016, 00:00:00

Anne Cutler, Professor at the MARCS Institute,
University of Western Sydney and former director of the MPI for
Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, will visit the GRK. The GRK members working
in the field of psycholinguistics will present and discuss their
ongoing work with her and other interested participants.

16.15-16.30: Introduction and overview of the Research Training Group “Frequency effects in language”

16.30-16.50: Emiel van den Hoven: He criticized her because he was jealous: A study of flexibility during comprehension

16.50-17.10: Sophia Wulfert: Does frequency matter? Processing of German consonant clusters in pseudowords

17.10-17.20: Break

17.20-17.40: Helena Levy: Experience matters: Children’’s perception of accented speech

17.40-17.55: Laura Terassa: Processing of inflectionally unmarked forms among Asian speakers of English

17.55-18.10: Olga Iljina: Investigating the neuronal correlates of spontaneous speech production