Signed Languages Talk – Kocab

338 Psychology

The Origins of Language: Evidence from Nicaraguan Sign Language and the Lab Annemarie Kocab, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Fellow Mind Brain Behavior Interfaculty Initiative Harvard University   All societies have languages capable of expressing the richness of …

Signed Languages Talk – Occhino

338 Psychology

Signed Languages as Visual Languages: Iconicity and Experience in Language Processing Corrine Occhino, Ph.D. Research Assistant Professor National Technical Institute for the Deaf Rochester Institute of Technology   In this talk, Dr. Occhino will describe …

Computational linguistics talk – Mahowald

338 Psychology

Cognitive and communicative pressures in language Kyle Mahowald Stanford University Human language is a fruitful domain for understanding the basic computation and information-processing capabilities of the mind, as well as for exploring human social structures. …

Sign Languages Lunch & Learn

338 Psychology

REQUEST: Please join us for a Lunch & Learn event from 12 noon to 1:00 pm on FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 in Room 338 of the Psychology Building (which is on the northwest corner of Johnson …

Computational linguistics talk – Dehghani

338 Psychology

Computation and Morality: Integrating diverse data to study moral behavior in the wild Morteza Dehghani University of Southern California-Dornsife

Psycholinguistics talk – Overath

338 Psychology

Acoustic and Linguistic Processing of Temporal Speech Structure Tobias Overath, Assistant Professor, Duke University Speech perception entails the transformation of the acoustic wave-form to linguistic representations. The nature of this acousto-linguistic transformation - where and …