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Zoe Schlueter will talk about her current research using EEG methods to understand predictive processes at the semantic/discourse level.

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Language science is by nature multidisciplinary and our programs support students in actively crossing departmental and university boundaries. The language science initiative provides students with the flexibility to create individualized programs of study involving combinations of faculty mentors. The list of programs and specializations below is just a starting point, and our current students and faculty mentors are happy to answer questions about the programs and about particular areas of interest. 

William Matchin will talk about "ERP indices of structure building mechanisms".

All welcome.

Psycholinguistics Lab meeting. Fridays, 12:00 - 1:30. Linguistics Dept seminar room, 1108B Marie Mount Hall.

On October 10th we'll have a double-header featuring Kate Harrigan, discussing her work on how children learn and understand very-hard-to-observe words, such as "want", "think", and "hope". Then Ellen Lau will talk about some of her recent work on ERPs and predictive processes ("Events vs. Entities with ERPs").

All welcome.

Psycholinguistics Lab Meeting. 

Shota Momma will discuss some very interesting results from his summer research at Hiroshima University in Japan. 

"When bees are exempt from getting stung: An ERP investigation on the interaction between lexical and syntactic cues in predictive processing in Japanese."

Next week (Oct 10th): Kate Harrigan. 

Language Science Day 2014

LSD marked the 1-year anniversary of the Maryland Language Science Center, showcasing many ideas and initiatives launched over the past year.

Food and ideas bring people together.  Our weekly lunch talk series provides students and faculty with the opportunity to present their in-progress work to a supportive, interdisciplinary audience.

Language scientists at the University of Maryland have access to world-class facilities.

The University of Maryland has unparalleled resources for research on language.

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