2020 Many Paths to Language (MPaL) Workshop
We happily announce:
– The MPaL 2020 abstract submission deadline is now extended until July 1st.
– The workshop will take place fully online (talks, posters, and more) on Oct 23rd–25th as scheduled.
Further information on the workshop is copied below.https://www.mpi.nl/events/many-paths-language-mpal
This 3-day workshop will focus on meaningful differences in the way children acquire language. We will explore (a) multiple sources of variation in early language development, including: children’s linguistic and cultural environments, their cognitive maturation, and the structural properties of the languages they are learning, alongside (b) the implications of this variation for the mechanisms that drive and support early language development, given the overall robustness of learning in the face of this variability.
We invite abstracts covering any issue relating to variation in early language development. We especially encourage submissions focused on understudied populations, cross-linguistic and/or cross-cultural comparisons, and non-normative language development.
Gabriella Vigliocco – University College London
Andrea Ravignani – MPI for Psycholinguistics
David Barner – University of California, San Diego
Call for Abstracts
Abstracts for talks and posters should be no more than 4000-characters and can include up to two figures and/or tables. Submission details can be found at https://www.mpi.nl/page/mpal-abstract-submission
Abstract submission deadline: July 1st, 2020Questions? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2020 MPaL Organizing Committee