In 2021

  the International Workshop on Language Production goes online

A short online event will be held in November 2021, to continue the engagement established over the last two decades, and to prime the language production community for the (hopefully) in person meeting in Pittsburgh in 2022! This online meeting is organized around 5 keynote-style talks, a special session about on-line experimentation, short poster-talk sessions, and perhaps time for an "online-social" moment.
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Registration

Please register here before October 31st to be able to attend this online meeting.


Scientific program

Note on content accessibility

International sign interpreting will be available for the Keynote talks
and during the discussion of the short talks.
Captions will be available for the short talks.

Note on timings

The starting times of the talks are approximate; there might be short delays.
Please note that different time zones stop observing Daylight Saving Times (DST) on different weeks.

Day CET EDT PDT Speaker Affiliation Title
Nov 2nd 4pm 11am 8am Tatiana Schnur Baylor College of Medicine
USA
Connected speech
Insights from acute stroke
5pm 12pm 9am Swathi Kiran Boston University
USA
The many facets of language production in bilingual aphasia
6pm 1pm 10am Short talks (4 minutes each). Two parallel sessions
Session 1 on "Psycholinguistics of word production"
Session 3 on "Written, embodied, interactive word production"
CET = Central European Time; EDT = Eastern Daylight Time; PDT = Pacific Daylight Time


Day CET EST PST Speaker Affiliation Title
Nov 10th 4pm 10am 7am Meredith Tamminga University of Pennsylvania
USA
Sociolinguistic variation as a window on language production
5pm 11am 8am Amie Fairs
Anne Vogt
Svetlana Pinet
Aix-Marseille Université
Humboldt-Universität Berlin
BCBL
Moving language production experiments online: Challenges and solutions
6pm 12pm 9am Short talks (4 minutes each). Two parallel sessions:
Session 2 on "Cognitive neuroscience of word production"
Session 4 on "Audience design and sentence processing"
CET = Central European Time; EST = Eastern Standard Time; PST = Pacific Standard Time


Day CET EST PST Speaker Affiliation Title
Nov 15th 4pm 10am 7am Eric Lambert Université de Poitiers
France
Do motor and rhythmic skills influence the development of written production?
5pm 11am 8am Michele Diaz The Pennsylvania State University
USA
Age-related Similarities and Differences in Processing Phonological Information: Neural and Behavioral Evidence
6pm 12pm 9am Online social event
Virtual gathering on HyHyve
for a demo please visit HyHyve
CET = Central European Time; EST = Eastern Standard Time; PST = Pacific Standard Time


Book of abstracts

A preliminary version of the book of abstracts can be found here.


Important dates

Abstract submission starts August 1st
ends September 15th
     
Online workshop first day November 2nd
second day November 10th
third day November 15th
The timing will be a compromise between European and Pacific time zones, around late afternoon/evening in Europe and early morning Pacific.


Abstract submission

We invite the submission of abstracts
for very short talks
on any topic related to language production.
Please visit the submission portal
for full details.
Abstract submission is closed



We look forward to seeing you online in November!

The scientific committee
F.-Xavier Alario
Marseille

Vic Ferreira
San Diego
Marina Laganaro
Université de Genève
Alissa Melinger
Dundee
Antje Meyer
Nijmegen

Bonnie Nozari
Pittsburgh


Questions? Please contact us.