Language Sciences Annual Symposium 2015

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Created: 2015-12-02 12:06
Institution: Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics
Description: Talks from the Language Sciences Symposium, November 2015
- Statistical Acoustic-Phonetic Historical Linguistics (John Aston & John Coleman)
- Crowdsourcing big data in English dialectology (Bert Vaux)
- Understanding generative learning in the individual brain (Zoe Kourtzi)
- Turn-taking, language processing and the evolution of language (Stephen Levinson)
 

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Statistical Acoustic-Phonetic Historical Linguistics

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Modelling linguistic sound changes to "bring back to life" languages from the past.

Collection: Language Sciences Annual Symposium 2015

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Created: Wed 2 Dec 2015


Crowdsourcing big data in English dialectology

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Linguistic patterns and trends identified as a result of the New York Times dialect quiz

Collection: Language Sciences Annual Symposium 2015

Institution: Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics

Created: Thu 3 Dec 2015


Understanding generative learning in the individual brain

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Research in neuroscience on how we extract meaningful structures in order to learn from experience and adapt to new situations

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Institution: Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics

Created: Thu 3 Dec 2015


Turn-taking, language processing and the evolution of language

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Keynote lecture by guest speaker Prof. Stephen Levinson

Collection: Language Sciences Annual Symposium 2015

Institution: Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics

Created: Thu 3 Dec 2015