09.00 - 11.00
Mon-Fri
Eye-tracking in psycholinguistic research: why, how, and what for
Monique Lamers
Neurobiology of language
Giosuè Baggio
Contrastive phraseology
Signe Ebeling
11.15 - 13.15
Mon-Fri
Applying Mixed Methods in Second Language Acquisition (on fluency)
Nivja de Jong
Statistical models of language variation with R
Natalia Levshina
Historical Syntax
Marion Elenbaas
14.15 - 16.15
Mon-Fri
Statistics for Linguists - COURSE UNTIL 17.15
Martijn Wieling
From Lab to the World: Linking empirical typology to language evolution
Michael Dunn
Nominal Semantics and Grammatical Number
Scott Grimm
Research Discussion Groups:
Giosuè Baggio

Natalia Levshina

Scott Grimm


Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 16.30-18.30

Schultink lecture: Michael Dunn - Title t.b.a. - 14.00-15.00

09.00 - 11.00
Mon-Fri
Language Impairments along the life span: Linguistics framed in evidence based practice
Antje Orgassa
Phonetics in phonology, phonology in phonetics
Ruben van de Vijver
Discourse analysis
Veronika Koller
11.15 - 13.15
Mon-Fri
Robot writers: Computational models of text generation
Emiel Krahmer & Albert Gatt
Cartography and explanation
Luigi Rizzi
The role of input and interaction in language development across the lifespan
Heike Behrens
14.15 - 16.15
Mon-Fri
Visible variation: Sign languages in typological perspective
Roland Pfau
Spoken language and gesture
Alan Cienki
Sociolinguistics
Jacomine Nortier
Research Discussion Groups:

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 16.30-18.30