Convocatoria a presentación de artículos para Interdisciplinaria. Revista de Psicología y Ciencias Afines

Convocatoria a presentación de artículos para Interdisciplinaria. Revista de Psicología y Ciencias Afines
Número conmemorativo del 50mo aniversario del Centro Interdisciplinario de Investigación en Psicología y Matemática Experimental (CIIPME- CONICET)

Psicología, Lingüística y Educación: aportes interdisciplinarios al estudio de la experiencia infantil y adolescenteEn este número especial de Interdisciplinaria, con el que conmemoramos los 50 años desde la creación del CIIPME, convocamos a la presentación de trabajos inéditos de investigación empírica que, mediante diversas metodologías y enfoques teóricos, integren al menos dos de las tresdisciplinas mencionadas (psicología, lingüística y educación) con foco en el estudio de la experiencia infantil y adolescente en distintos contextos sociales y culturales.Idiomas:  Se aceptarán originales en español o en inglés.

Extensión máxima de los manuscritos: 7.000 palabras incluyendo las páginas con tablas y/o gráficos.
Fecha límite para la recepción de manuscritos:  30 de noviembre de 2021
Publicación: Septiembre 2022

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METU International Workshop on Language and Cognition in Under-represented Children

Call for Abstracts: METU International Workshop on Language and Cognition in Under-represented Children

As METU Language and Cognitive Development Lab, we invite you to submit your finalized or ongoing work to our online workshop titled “METU International Workshop on Language and Cognition in Under-represented Children”.This workshop will mark the end of our British Academy Newton project on language and cognitive abilities of Syrian children living in Turkey. We welcome submissions from researchers working on language and cognitive development in under-represented or disadvantaged populations (e.g. refugees, minorities, international adoptees, individuals with PTSD and so on). We aim to increase means for collaboration among these researchers, and to raise awareness about inclusive cognitive science.
 
Workshop Host: METU Language and Cognitive Development Lab
Workshop Organisers: Duygu Özge and Özlem Yeter from Middle East Technical University (METU), Hugh Rabagliati from the University of Edinburgh.
Submission Deadline: Sunday, August 22, 2021
Workshop Date: Tuesday, September 7, 2021
Funding: The British Academy Newton Advanced Fellowship ref. NAF2R2\100075 to Duygu Özge and Hugh Rabagliati.

Confirmed Invited Speakers:
Prof. Dr. Ianthi Maria Tsimpli, University of Cambridge
Prof. Dr. Theodoros Marinis, University of Konstanz

Please send your abstracts to lcd[at]metu.edu.tr

Abstract Requirements:
• Single-spaced, Times New Roman 12-pt font, 1-inch margins
• One-page .PDF file
• No identifying information about the author(s) on the abstract document
• Along with your abstracts, please provide the following information in your e-mail:
– Title of your paper
– Author(s) and affiliation(s)You can find more information about the workshop on this link.

MA Programme in Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics (UPV/EHU, Spain)

MA Programme in THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL LINGUISTICS (UPV/EHU, Spain)
Pre-registration open until July 23

MA Programme in THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL LINGUISTICS at the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU).
PRE-REGISTRATION NOW OPEN 

Extraordinary period: until 23 July, 2021 (a few places are still available)

Location: Faculty of Letters, Vitoria-Gasteiz (Spain)
Teaching languages: Spanish and English (English friendly MA program: students need to be able to follow some of the courses in Spanish, but they can be evaluated in English in all courses).
Approximate fees: € 1,550-1,650
Duration and study load: One academic year with a study load of 60 ECTS credits distributed in: 21 ECTS credits of Compulsory Subject Courses; 27 ECTS credits of Optional advanced courses and research seminars; and 12 ECTS credits of the MA final research project.

The Masters Degree in Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics offers a general and unifying view of Linguistics. Its aim is to provide students with the competencies required for the study of historical, theoretical and experimental Linguistics. The Master’s program includes core introductory courses about the most relevant topics of historical, theoretical and experimental linguistics, advanced elective courses in any of these three areas, and a Master’s final research project. Students will learn from world-class scientists of the UPV/EHU as well as different renowned international researchers invited every year to teach at our Research Seminary courses. Hence, our program allows students to specialize in the areas of Semantics and Pragmatics, Syntax and Morphology, Phonetics and Phonology, Typology, Historical and Comparative Linguistics, Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics. Due to its unifying character, it also promotes interdisciplinary research work in any combination of these areas from both a synchronic and a diachronic perspective.

Students who complete the Programme of Studies will be able to engage in the study of any language (with the added value that it offers the possibility of in-depth study of the Basque language). The Masters is fundamentally oriented towards research work leading to further doctoral studies in any area related to Linguistics. Our Master’s program graduates have enrolled in PhD programs on Computational Linguistics, Historical Linguistics, Theoretical Linguistics and Psycholinguistics at several renowned universities such as the Donders Center at Radboud University, University of Zurich, the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, as well as in our own PhD program in Linguistics at the UPV/EHU.

Entry profile: Prospective students are expected to have basic knowledge of Linguistics, as provided by the Degrees in Philology, Modern and Classical Languages, Linguistics and Translation and Interpreting. Students with other degrees, such as Philosophy, Logic, Psychology or Education (esp. Foreign Language), that have shown an interest in the human language faculty during their studies are also eligible. Candidates that wish to be admitted to the Programme must include a brief application essay where they state their motivation for studying Linguistics.

For further information about the academic program and about our teaching staff please visit our website or contact the program coordinator:
Coordinator: Dr. Mikel Santesteban

+34 945 01 3842

For information about the application process visit our site
For information about scholarships and grants for official masters at the UPV/EHU, visit here 

2nd International School on Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics and Clinical Linguistics

2nd International School on Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics and Clinical Linguistics
Dates: 25-Oct-2021 – 29-Oct-2021
Location: online (Novi Sad, Serbia)

Focus: A one-week online school focusing on the neurocognitive foundations of language
Description:
The Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Novi Sad (Serbia) is delighted to invite you to take part in the 2nd International School on Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics and Clinical Linguistics to be held online on October 25-29, 2021. The School is directed at graduate and advanced undergraduate students interested in learning about the neurocognitive foundations of language, about how to make their research ideas into concrete steps towards experimental designs, how to approach data collection and how to analyse data using experimental and statistical methods. The intensive short programme (40 hours) offers 2-hour sessions at two levels (introductory and advanced) in three interrelated disciplines, taught by experts from Italy, France, Holland, Slovenia, Russia and Serbia.

The following teachers and topics are confirmed:
Introduction to linguistics – Srdjan Popov (University of Groningen, Holland)
Stages in language acquisition – Mirjana Miric (Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Serbia)
Neuroanatomy for linguists I and II – Silvia Martinez Ferreiro (University of Toulouse, France)
Clinical linguistics – Silvia Martinez Ferreiro (University of Toulouse, France)
Visual word recognition – Dusica Filipovic Djurdjevic (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Information theory in psycholinguistics – Dusica Filipovic Djurdjevic (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Experimental methodology – Srdjan Popov (University of Groningen, Holland)
Research methodology in language acquisition – Mirjana Miric (Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Serbia)
Theoretical approaches to language acquisition – Mirjana Miric (Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Serbia)
Language Testing and Awake Brain Surgery – Roelien Bastiaanse (Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia)
Neuroimaging – Christina Manouilidou (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Hitchhiker’s guide to mixed-effect regression models I & II – Seckin Arslan (University of Groningen, Holland)
Programming experiments with PsychoPy – Seckin Arslan (University of Groningen, Holland)
The neuropsychology of name kinds I and II – Carlo Semenza (University of Padova, Italy)
Introduction to neuroimaging – Christina Manouilidou (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
The compounding process – Carlo Semenza (University of Padova, Italy)

Students who complete a minimum of 12 sessions are entitled to 3 ECT credits.
The School is followed on October 30th 2021 by the 9th edition of the Novi Sad workshop in Psycholinguistic, Neurolinguistic and Clinical Linguistic Research. Attendees of the School are encouraged to submit an abstract for a (poster) presentation at the workshop.

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Application Instructions:
To be considered for attendance, send an expression of interest (see Application form in the menu left) to the email address provided before July 31 2021, setting out your reasons and motivation for wishing to attend. In case there are more expressions of interest than can be accommodated, priority will be given to graduate students with a demonstrated interest in the neurocognitive foundations of language. Notification of acceptance will be sent in mid-August 2021.Tuition: 50 EUR (NOTE: students of the host institution are entitled to a discount, please contact the organizers at )Tuition Explanation: Registration Fee: 50 EUR to be paid by October 15, 2021 after notification of acceptance (mid-August 2021). The registration fee includes attendance, materials and free access to the 9th Novi Sad workshop in Psycholinguistic, Neurolinguistic and Clinical Linguistic Research to be held on October 30th online.Registration: 10-May-2021 to 31-July-2021Contact Persons: Sabina Halupka-Resetar, Silvia Martinez Ferreiro, Predrag Kovacevic
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Seminario de doctorado (UBA): ¿Cómo trabajamos en (psico)lingüística experimental?Reflexiones epistemológicas y herramientas metodológicas básicas (Zunino)

Seminario de doctorado (UBA): ¿Cómo trabajamos en (psico)lingüística experimental?Reflexiones epistemológicas y herramientas metodológicas básicas (Zunino)
Septiembre-octubre 2021

Los estudios sobre el lenguaje son múltiples y variados. Actualmente, muchas de las subdisciplinas de la lingüística requieren abordajes experimentales y cuantitativos que permiten ofrecer generalizaciones, modelos y explicaciones teóricas sobre distintos fenómenos a partir del análisis de datos lingüísticos y evidencia empírica.
El recorrido del seminario está organizado con el objetivo de exhibir y transitar, paso a paso, el camino habitual de un proceso experimental. Comenzaremos por reflexionar sobre cuestiones metodológicas y epistemológicas alrededor del planteo de un problema: especificidades del trabajo experimental con personas y consideraciones para la postulación de hipótesis y objetivos a partir de preguntas de investigación específicas. Continuaremos discutiendo diseños experimentales apropiados para abordar ese problema y su relación con los métodos de análisis de datos más adecuados en cada caso. Concluiremos presentando diversos modos de textualización y comunicación científica.
El seminario pretende que lxs estudiantes puedan conocer las ventajas de proponer estudios experimentales y cuantitativos en lingüística, así como tomar dimensión de la complejidad que suponen de los procesos experimentales.

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La lectura y el cerebro

La lectura y el cerebro

Charla a cargo de Yamila Sevilla en el marco del ciclo de conferencias organizado por el Centro de Estudios de Hermenéutica (UNSAM)

Miércoles 30 de junio a las 15 hs
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Leipzig Lectures on Language

Leipzig Lectures on Language
May-October, 2021

We are delighted to announce the Leipzig Lectures on Language 2021—a novel series of online talks on combinatorics in language, where visions in theoretical and experimental linguistics will be discussed in combination with cutting-edge empirical methods. The term combinatorics is used here as a cover term for the many definitions of combinatorial processes in the psycho- and neurolinguistics literature including compositionalitycombinationcompositionbindingmergeblending, etc.

The series aims to highlight the directions into which junior scholars are currently moving forward.

Inscripción y más información aquí.