Mediathek für Veranstaltungen & anderer Sprecher
Joint Colloquium SFB 1287 and SFB 1294 by Nikolaus Kriegeskorte
Talk about "Cognitive computational neuroscience of vision"
The 26th Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Conference, AMLaP 2020, Day 1
- Towards a model of language processing in a neurophysiological system
- Surprisal is a good predictor of the N400 effect, but not for semantic relations
- Processing causatives in first language acquisition: A computational approach
- A unified model of gradient acceptability for agreement with coordinate structure
- Word order predicts cross-linguistic differences in the production of redundant color and number modifiers
- A decade of mixed models: It’s past time to set your contrasts
- Seeing a beat gesture can change what speech sounds you hear
- No scope for planning – language pre-planning as mixture process
- Differences in lexical retrieval and reintegration processes between foveal and parafoveal processing during reading: Evidence from event related potentials
- Neural networks as a framework for modeling human syntactic processing
The 26th Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Conference, AMLaP 2020, Day 2
- The Sentence Gestalt model: Modelling N400 amplitudes as change in a probabilistic representation of meaning
- The development of on-line predictive processing from morphosyntactic cues: Evidence from Tagalog
- The processing and acquisition of Russian aspect: Evidence from VW eye-tracking
- Losing access to the second language and its effect on executive function development in childhood: The case of 'returnees'
- Computational models of retrieval processes in sentence comprehension in aphasia
- Forward surprisal models production planning in reading aloud
- Benchmarking neural networks as models of language processing
- Reading strategies in monolingual adults and children vs. bilingual heritage and L2 speakers of Russian: A scanpath analysis
- Lingering misinterpretation of garden-path sentences and structural representation
- Not so great expectations
The 26th Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Conference, AMLaP 2020, Day 3
- A-maze of Natural Stories: Texts are comprehensible using the Maze task
- Associative stem priming with semantically opaque prefixed verbs in Dutch
- The role of lexical information processing in sentence structure formulation
- Speakers balance production effort against message uncertainty: Evidence from cross-linguistic artificial language learning
- Generalisation of ‘pure’ morphology: Dual-mechanism in native speakers, similarity in second language learners
- Strong and weak islands: A theory of graded accessibility of linguistic domains
- Reinforcement learning for production-based cognitive models
- On the relationship between form and information content
AMLaP 2020 - Keynote talk by Jeff Rouder
Jeff Rouder (University of California, Irvine) - Talk at AMLaP 2020. Title: "Qualitative vs. Quantitative Individual Differences: Implications for Cognitive Control"
SMLP 2020 - Keynote talk by Jeff Rouder
Jeff Rouder (University of California, Irvine) - Talk at SMLP 2020. Title: "Robust Cognitive Models"
SMLP 2020 - Keynote talk by Christina Bergmann
Christina Bergmann (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics) - Talk at SMLP 2020. Title: "The 'new' Science: transparent, cumulative, and collaborative"