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psycholinguistics seminars

The seminars of the psycholinguistics group take place on Mondays at 12:15 p.m. online. Please contact the Host if you are interested in participating.

Next seminar:
01.02.2021 Prof. Séverine CasalisUniversité de Lille

What is the role of morphological processing in learning to read?

After presenting the theoretical basis for attributing an independent role to morphological processing in learning to read, we will present a summary of the work carried out in two areas: the contribution of morphological awareness to reading/writing achievement, and the on time processing of morphological units during reading. We will also discuss our experiments on the possibility of these processing to play a compensatory role in reading in relation to impaired skills (phonological for dyslexics, vocabulary for children with delayed language development).

 

Upcoming Seminars:

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

01.02.21

Prof. Séverine Casalis

Université de Lille

What is the role of morphological processing in learning to read?

 Estelle Ardanouy

08.02.21

Prof. Peter König

Universität Osnabrück

Embodied Cognition

Tanja Atanasova

15.02.21

Dr. Mauricio J Martins

Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris

 TBA

 Samuel Schmid & David Gyorgy

01.03.21

Maria Kliesch, PhD Candidate

University of Zurich

 TBA

 Tanja Atanasova

15.03.21

 Dr. Maëva Michon

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

 TBA

 Monica Lancheros 

29.03.21

 Prof. Simone Sulpizio

University of Milano-Bicocca

 

 TBA

 Angela Pasqualotto

19.04.21

Pascale Dubois, PhD Candidate

Laval University

 TBA

 Pauline Prat

03.05.21

Dr. Andrea Ravignani

Max Planck Institute

 TBA

 Samuel Schmid & David Gyorgy

17.05.21

 

Prof. Eddy Cavalli

Université Lumiere Lyon 2

 TBA

 Pauline Prat

31.05.21

Prof. Julien Musolino

The State University of New Jersey

TBA

 Julie Franck

07.06.21

Dr. Angela Pasqualotto

University of Geneva

 

 TBA

 

 

Past Seminars 

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

12.10.20

Julien Dirani, PhD Candidate

New York University

Lexical Access in Naming and Reading: Spatiotemporal Localization of Semantic Facilitation and Interference Using MEG

 Eric Ménétré

19.10.20

Dr. Perrine Ferré

University of Montréal

Neurofunctional correlates of lexico-semantic abilities according to age and life experiences

 Tanja Atanasova

16.11.20

Dr. Gorka Fraga-González

University of Zurich

Learning new letter-speech sound associations. A computational neuroscience approach.

 Tanja Atanasova

23.11.20

Dr. Silvia Marchesotti

University of Geneva

Selective enhancement of low-gamma activity by tACS improves phonemic processing and reading accuracy in dyslexia

 Tanja Atanasova

30.11.20

Prof. Anita van der Merwe

A Four-Level Model of Speech Sensorimotor Control and its Implications for Understanding Motor Speech Disorders

 Monica Lancheros & Marion Bourqui

07.12.20

Dr. Nelly Joye

Investigating the spelling errors and strategies of school-aged children with DLD in French and English: what does it tell us about the language they learn and what does it tell us about their language difficulties ?

 Hélène Delage 

 

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For more information, please contact Tanja Atanasova