SSoL 2018

The 12th Summer School of Linguistics took place from 17 to 24 August 2018 in Kroměříž, Czech Republic. It was financially supported by the Charles University, Prague, and its Faculty of Arts.


Sat 18/08

10:00–11:10 Baayen: Computational modeling of lexical processing with naive discriminative learning

11:20–12:30 Häussler & Juzek: Challenges in assessing grammaticality

14:00–15:10 Brand: Experimental diachronics: Investigating language change and evolution in the lab

15:20–16:30 Baayen: Lab session I

17:00–18:10 WORKSHOPS:

  • A) Häussler & Juzek: Acceptability judgment experiments – the complete cycle from idea to analysis
  • B) Brand: Artificial language learning

18:20–19:30 WORKSHOPS:

A) Häussler & Juzek: Acceptability judgment experiments - the complete cycle from idea to analysis

B) Brand: Artificial language learning


Sun 19/08

10:00–11:10 Baayen: Computational modeling of lexical processing with naive discriminative learning II

11:20–12:30 Medimorec: Follow my eyes: how language guides visual perception

14:00–15:10 Baayen: Lab session II

15:20–16:30 WORKSHOPS:

A) Häussler & Juzek: Acceptability judgment experiments - the complete cycle from idea to analysis

B) Brand: Artificial language learning

17:00–18:10 Verissimo: Words in the mind: Experimental and computational approaches to morphology I

18:20–19:30 Duda: Genes and languages: How well do they match?


Mon 20/08

10:00–11:10 FREE TIME

11:20–12:30 POSTER SETUP

14:00–15:10 WORKSHOPS:

A) Häussler & Juzek: Acceptability judgment experiments - the complete cycle from idea to analysis

B) Brand: Artificial language learning

15:20–16:30 Indefrey: The neurocognition of word production

17:00–18:10 Medimorec: Watch your fingers: motor patterns as indicators of grammatical knowledge

18:20–19:30 Verissimo: Words in the mind: Experimental and computational approaches to morphology II


Tue 21/08

10:00–11:10 Ladd: Short introduction to tone, accent, and stress I

11:20–12:30 Ladd: Short introduction to tone, accent, and stress II

14:00–15:10 POSTER SESSION

15:20–16:30 Indefrey: The neurocognition of syntactic processing

17:00–18:10 Medimorec: Merging traditions: towards organic interdisciplinarity

18:20–19:30 Kempe: Linking language development and language transmission I


Wed 22/08

10:00–11:10 Ladd: Short introduction to tone, accent, and stress III

11:20–12:30 Ladd: Short introduction to tone, accent, and stress IV

14:00–15:10 WORKSHOPS:

A) Häussler & Juzek: Acceptability judgment experiments – the complete cycle from idea to analysis

B) Smolík: Examining early language comprehension: online and offline methods

15:20–16:30 Indefrey: The neurocognition of semantic processing

17:00–18:10 Kempe: Linking language development and language transmission II

18:20–19:30 Gaskell: How we acquire new words


Thu 23/08

10:00–11:10 FREE TIME

11:20–12:30 FREE TIME

14:00–15:10 WORKSHOPS:

A) Häussler & Juzek: Acceptability judgment experiments – the complete cycle from idea to analysis

B) Smolík: Examining early language comprehension: online and offline methods

15:20–16:30 Indefrey: The neurocognition of bilingual language processing

17:00–18:10 Gaskell: Dealing with lexical ambiguity

18:20–19:30 Kempe: Linking language development and language transmission III


Fri 24/08

10:00–11:10 Kempe: Linking language development and language transmission IV

11:20–12:30 Gaskell: Systematicity in language learning


Workshops

A) Jana Häussler & Tom Juzek: Acceptability judgment experiments - the complete cycle from idea to analysis

B1) James Brand: Artificial language learning

B2) Filip Smolík: Examining early language comprehension: online and offline methods


Lecturers

Harald Baayen (Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen)

James Brand (Lancaster University)

Pavel Duda (Charles University)

Gareth Gaskell (University of York)

Jana Häussler (Universität Leipzig)

Peter Indefrey (Universität Düsseldorf)

Tom Juzek (Nuance Communications)

Vera Kempe (Abertay University)

Bob Ladd (University of Edinburg)

Srdan Medimorec (University of Sheffield)

Filip Smolík (Czech Academy of Sciences; Faculty of Arts, Charles University)

João Verissimo (Universität Potsdam)


Lecture abstracts

Lecture abstracts here