Welcome to the website of the

  International Workshop on Language Production

The workshop is a venue for multi-disciplinary discussion of cognitive science research on how the brain produces language. Each event is organized around poster sessions, and a few hour-long keynote-style talks. Selected talks from previous editions have been published as full articles in special issues of the journal Language, Cognition and Neuroscience (formerly known as Language and Cognitive Processes).

Next events
2020 2021 2022
The 2020 edition was postponed
due to the global pandemic.
A short and distributed event will be held online in November 2021,
on 3 non-consecutive days.

For full details,
please follow this link.
A full event is planned
for the summer
of 2022 in Pittsburgh (PA, USA).
Stay tuned!

Previous events

2018 Nijmegen (NL)

Special issue on
30 years of "Speaking"
LCN: 2019, 34 (9)

2016 San Diego

2014 Geneva

2012 New York City

Special issue on
Language Production
LCN: 2015, 30 (3)

2010 Edinburgh

Special issue on
Parallel processing
in language production
LCN: 2014, 29 (6)

2008 Annapolis

Special issue on
The neural bases
of language production
LCP: 2011, 26 (7)

2007 Munster

Special issue on
Sublexical, lexical,
and supralexical information

LCP: 2009, 24 (5)

2006 Chicago

Special issue on
Situating language production within the matrix of human cognition
LCP: 2008, 23 (4)

2005 Maastricht

Special issue on
Words, pauses, and gestures:
New directions in lang. prod. research

LCP: 2007, 22 (8)

2004 Marseille

Special issue on
Architectures, representations and
processes of language production

LCP: 2006, 21 (7&8)

 For further information, please contact
francois-xavier.alario ## univ-amu.fr

Online since 06/16/2004