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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. 

The Psycholinguistics Lab Meetings are where 20-30 students and faculty spend Friday lunchtimes in lively arguments about ongoing research. At the annual kickoff meeting each person gives a brief summary of his/her interests and work. Ground rules: 1-slide only (points added or deducted for egregious interpretation of "one"), irreverence encouraged. Having missed a few weeks due to other events, we'll start with a double-length meeting. Email the slide to colin@umd.edu by at least 3 minutes before the start of the meeting. All welcome.

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.


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