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荷兰莱顿大学Schiller教授讲座
日期: 2013/05/30 

下周三荷兰莱顿大学Schiller教授将在所里进行两场心理语言学方面的讲座,具体信息见下,欢迎老师、同学参加。

 报告人:Prof. Niels O. Schiller 
     Professor of Psycho- and NeuroLinguistics
     Leiden University Institute for Linguistics (LUCL)
     Leiden Institute for Brain and Cognition (LIBC)
     Leiden University

报告1:Field-based psycholinguistics: Gender congruency effects in the wild
时间:2013年6月5日上午9:30-11:00
地点:南楼6层会议室

摘要:In this talk, I will first give an overview of the language production process and especially grammatical encoding. Then, I will present examples of behavioral and neuroimaging studies on the gender congruency effect in noun phrase production. I will provide experimental evidence from Germanic languages such as Dutch or German and demonstrate how theory-driven research in those languages has contributed to new insights regarding the discussion about the mechanisms and architecture in lexical access. Importantly, however, it is widely known that psycholinguistic theories are heavily based on data obtained from Germanic languages, above all English. Therefore, I will also provide new data from several Cushitic languages such as Konso, native to parts of Ethiopia. Cushitic noun morphology exhibits an interesting interaction between gender and number morphology. I will demonstrate the importance of field-based psycholinguistic data acquisition to inform theories of language processing.

 

报告2:FiCross-linguistic psycholinguistics: Phonological encoding across languages
时间:2013年6月5日下午1:30-3:00
地点:南楼6层会议室

摘要:The language production process is markedly characterized by different stages of planning (ahead). Conceptual, grammatical and phonological planning need to run in parallel to ensure fluent speech production. One (set of) process(es) that has attracted a lot of attention in last two decades is phonological encoding. It has been shown, for instance, that segmental and prosodic encoding exhibit an incremental time course, that prefab speech units such as syllables may be stored and accessed separately, and that consonants and vowels fulfill different roles in speech production due to their different features. I will provide cross-linguistic data about phonological encoding from a number of non-western languages demonstrating different functional units of phonological encoding such as segments, syllables and mora’s in typologically different languages. Furthermore, I will provide electrophysiological data on phonological encoding in first- and second-language word production from such diverse languages as Persian and Russian.

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