Northwestern University

Tue 9:15 AM

Current Understandings and Controversies in Predictive Language Processing

When: Tuesday, December 4, 2018
9:15 AM - 4:30 PM  

Where: Seabury Hall, Room 250, 2122 Sheridan Rd, Evanston, IL 60208

Audience: Student - Post Docs/Docs - Graduate Students

Cost: Free

Contact: Irene Sakk   847.491.7020

Group: Linguistics Department

Category: Academic


Please join us for a 1-day workshop on December 4, 2018 entitled “Current Understandings and Controversies in Predictive Language Processing,” hosted by the Northwestern University Science of Language Initiative. This highly interactive workshop will combine engaging speakers with large group discussions and small group breakout sessions to examine the state of the science in predictive language processing, identify key questions, controversies and barriers that must be addressed in order to advance predictive language processing research, and explore potential applications of predictive language processing in health, education, and technology. 


Teaching Faculty: Anne E. Cook, The University of Utah

Ken McRae, The University of Western Ontario

Shota Momma, University of California San Diego

Masaya Yoshida, Northwestern University


Northwestern University Hosting Faculty: David Rapp (School of Education and Social Policy and Department of Psychology), Angela Roberts (Pepper Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders), Masaya Yoshida (Linguistics Department)


** Lunch and snacks provided

*** Students and research trainees are welcome to register

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