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    Slides - Cognitive computational neuroscience of vision
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    Joint Colloquium SFB 1287 and SFB 1294 by Nikolaus Kriegeskorte

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    Slides - Cognitive computational neuroscience of vision
    Bild: Matteo Farinella

    The 26th Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Conference, AMLaP 2020, Day 1

    Topics:

    • 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

    Topics:

    • 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

    Topics:

    • 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"