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Cognitive Neuroscience

Bilingualism is the norm, not the exception: How using two or more languages shapes the mind and the brain and reflects society itself


Syntactic vs. lexical effects in fMRI and MEG

Edward Vogel (Psychology, University of Chicago)

Title: The impact of distraction on working memory


Using Computational Linguistics to Investigate Multiword Expressions at the Brain Level


Justin Wood (Psychology, University of Indiana)

Reverse Engineering the Origins of Intelligence


Arthur Wingfield (Psychology, Brandeis University)

Stability in the Face of Change: Cognitive supports and cognitive constraints in speech comprehension by older adults with age-related hearing loss

Title: Using fMRI to Quantify Increased Differentiation of Neural Representations Due to Learning

Title: Bridging NLP and brain science to improve natural language understanding

Abstract: Natural language processing systems have made impressive strides in producing useful task-oriented language tools - but even the most sophisticated NLP systems fall dramatically short of the human brain in robustness and nuance of language understanding. A particular area of need in NLP is that of sentence composition: the combinatory capacity that allows humans to generate and understand the meanings of infinite sentences based on their parts.

Title: A Comparative Biological Approach to Language Evolution: People are Animals Too

Title: The Perception of Probability


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