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"The Architecture of Language. From Cognitive Modelling to Brain
Mapping and Back". 

The "Architecture of Language" is an international conference focussing on the brain aspects of language functioning. The aim of the meeting is to rethink the global architecture of language by combining data from functional exploration of the brain with proposals from the linguistic and cognitive science, thus favouring the interdisciplinary dialog.


The meeting will be held in Pisa, Italy (about 100 Km NorthWest of Florence) from Thursday 8 till Saturday 10 June, 2006 (immediately before the Human Brain Mapping Conference).

Invited Speakers:

Susan Bookheimer, Stefano Cappa, Alfonso Caramazza, Angela Friederici, Brian Mac Whinney, Andrea Moro, Mark Turner, Michael Ullman

The meeting will also host a Workshop on Lexical Complexity, with presentations by Valentina Bambini, Marcella Bertuccelli Papi, Cristina Cacciari, Vittorio Gallese, Costanza Papagno


Scuola Normale Superiore & University of  Pisa, Italy, June 8-10,
2006.
 
Satellite activity of the 12th Organization for Human Brain Mapping
Meeting, Florence, Italy, June 11-15, 2006.

"The Architecture of Language" is an international conference
focussing on
the brain aspects of language functioning. The aim of the meeting is
to
rethink the global architecture of language by combining data from
functional exploration of the brain with proposals from the linguistic
and
cognitive science, thus favouring the interdisciplinary dialog.

Call for Paper

The organizers invite researchers to submit abstracts for poster
presentations and/or oral communications addressing topics in the
fields of
experimental psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics.

Deadline for abstract submission: March 15, 2006.

Website: http://alphalinguistica.sns.it/ArchLang/index.htm
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