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In this week's meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language (CNL) Lab, Hanna Muller (LING) will be leading a discussion on what is meant by "shallow processing".

If you'd like to join this discussion and/or the CNL Lab email list, contact Colin Phillips (colin@umd.edu).


The Interaction Between Processing Speed, Cognitive Control, and Word Retrieval


Syntactic vs. lexical effects in fMRI and MEG

Title: Prediction in the Processing of Repair Disfluencies

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: Precursors of logical reasoning in preverbal infants

Title: Adaptation to novel foreign-accented speech and retention of benefit following training: Influence of aging and hearing loss

Title: The cognitive comprehender: Mechanisms of language processing under conditions of uncertainty

Title: Hierarchical auditory neural processing underlying speech perception at the cocktail party

Title: The effects of attention and visual input on noninvasive electrophysiological indices of natural speech processing at different hierarchical levels


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