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ILST seminar: Ollie Sayeed

February 8, 2019
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Ollie Sayeed Department of Linguistics University of Pennsylvania   Why most languages aren’t chaotic evil   Grammarians in the classical tradition (e.g. Priscian 500 CE) thought of grammar as a set of analogical relationships between whole words organized into paradigms. More recent work in the framework of Word and Paradigm Morphology (e.g. Blevins 2016) has […]

MindCORE Open Science Workshop Hosted by MindCORE fellow¬†Julia Leonard   Come learn about why “open science” is making a splash in psychological sciences and how you can take part in it!¬†In this workshop we will first discuss the challenges for rigor and reproducibility in psychological sciences. In the second part of this workshop we will […]

CNI seminar: Manuel Malmierca

February 14, 2019
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Manuel Malmierca Auditory Neurophysiology Laboratory University of Salamanca   Emergence of deviance detection along the auditory neuroaxis and beyond: A neuronal correlate for predictive coding?   The soundscape consists of a cacophony of multiple sources of sounds with complex properties overlapping temporally and spectrally. Nonetheless, what we can hear is an orderly acoustic stream organised […]