East Asian Psycholinguistics: Recent Developments
Sunday, October 15, 2017
University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
Center for Korean Studies
1881 East-West Road
Honolulu, HI 96822
East Asian Psycholinguistics: Recent Developments is a free satellite workshop held in conjunction with The 25th Japanese Korean Linguistics Conference.
This workshop intends to gather people working on various topics of psycholinguistics with reference to East Asian languages such as Chinese, Japanese and Korean. The goal of the workshop is to highlight recent theoretical advances in language processing, and also to foster the scientific community working in these three languages.
The workshop will feature an invited talk on the topic of the L1-L2 processing (Dr. Ian Cunnings, University of Reading). There will be also a training session for the use of eye tracking methodology covering programming as well as data analysis (Dr. Marcus Johnson, SR Research).
Invited speaker: Ian Cunnings (University of Reading, UK), ‘Parsing and Working Memory in Native and Non-Native Sentence Processing’
Eye-tracking method training: Marcus Johnson (SR Research, Canada)
For more information, please see the Workshop website: https://sites.google.com/site/eastasianpsycholinguistics/