Our goals are to bring together researchers who study psychological, computational and theoretical perspectives on how people learn, use and understand language. We hope this meeting will encourage new and ongoing collaboration and cross-fertilization among psycholinguistic researchers throughout the state.
Some relevant topics include (but are not limited to):
bilingual language learning
corpus-based studies and statistical mechanisms
language development across the lifespan
language and reading disorders
links between language and cognition
links between language and reading skills
models of language acquisition
neurobiology of language
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