Research Seminar: Human Language Processing

Dates: TBA
Begin: Monday 24 April, 2017
Location: Psycholinguistics Meeting Room

Topic: This research seminar offers a venue for PhD students and staff to discuss and present ongoing research in the Psycholinguistics Group. Topics include, but aren't limited to:

  • The role of script and event knowledge in online discourse comprehension
  • Evidence for the role of surprisal in language use
  • Visually-situated spoken language comprehension
  • Computational models of human language processing
  • Advanced methods and data analysis

Requirements: The seminar may be suitable to students who have completed the Computational Psycholinguistics and Empirical Methods courses, and are actively pursuing their MSc dissertation research within the Psycholinguistics Group.