Hosted by the SfB 833 "The Construction of Meaning" at the Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen funded by the DFG
September 2012, 16th-19th
Ruth Filik, University of Nottingham:
How do we understand irony? A multi-method approach.
Daniel Bub, University of Victoria:
What John did with a cellphone and why: On the temporal dynamics of hand action representations evoked during sentence comprehension.
Benjamin K. Bergen, University of California, San Diego:
A new perspective on grammatical person.
Gerry Altmann, York University:
Objects compete with themselves: The role of non-linguistic competition during event comprehension.
Frank Durgin, Swarthmore College:
Predictive efficiency as a source of error in perception and language processing.
Pienie Zwitserlood, Universität Münster:
Identifying and naming actions: Fast uptake of visual information from action scenes.
Berry Claus, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin:
Non-linguistic processes and sentence modality: Desiderative mode and approach/avoidance actions.
Rolf Ulrich, Universität Tübingen:
Representational overlap of time and space.
Silvia Gennari, York University:
Representing time in language and cognition.
Julio Santiago, Universidad de Granada:
Reading direction effects on language comprehension: short-term versus long-term influences.
Barbara Kaup, Universität Tübingen:
Meaning composition and mental simulation: Effects beyond the word level.
Eiling Yee, Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language:
Word meanings can be quite handy (and shapely!).
Rolf Zwaan, Erasmus University Rotterdam:
Mental Simulation Revisited: Six Replication Attempts.
Berry Claus: Verb gapping: John opens a juice bottle and Jim a lemonade bottle – Novel evidence for the on-line reactivation of gapped verb information?
Juanma de la Fuente, Julio Santiago, Antonio Román, Cristina Dumitrache, & Daniel Casasanto: Facing the past: Cognitive flexibility in the front-back mapping of time.
Irmgard de la Vega: Approach and avoidance: Meaning-composition processes in sentences.
Carolin Dudschig: Sky versus earth: The influence of words on visuospatial attention.
Anita Eerland & Rolf Zwaan: The influence of direct and indirect speech on mental simulations.
Verena Eikmeier & Rolf Ulrich: The influence of spatial priming on processing of time-related words.
Anja Fiedler & Hannes Schröter: Redundancy Gain for Semantic Features.
Martin Lachmair: A number - object word priming effect: low numbers prime "root" and high numbers prime "roof".
Les Sikos & Frank H. Durgin: The cost of extending vs. mixing metaphors: An ERP study.