Sonderforschungsbereich 1287 - Die Grenzen der Variabilität in der Sprache: Kognitive, komputationale und grammatische Aspekte

1. SFB-Networking Workshop

SFB-Networking Workshop (Köln – Potsdam – Saarbrücken) vom 14. – 15. Februar 2019 an der Universität Potsdam [Flyer]

Thema: „Language Processing“



13:00-14:00 Introduction – Definitions, Outlines, Key Concepts  
14:30-15:30 Jessen & Uygun: „Variability in subject-verb agreement in Turkish-German bilinguals“ SFB 1287
  Bürki: „Inter-speaker variability in word production“ SFB 1287
15:30-16:30 Röhr: „Signal- and expectation-based processing of prosodic prominence“ SFB 1252
  Fuchs: „Demonstrative pronouns as attention orienting devices“ SFB 1252
17:00-18:30 Avgustinova: „Mutual Intelligibility and Surprisal in Slavic Intercomprehension“ (INCOMSLAV) SFB 1102
  Demberg: „Language Comprehension under Noise in Younger vs. Older Adults“ SFB 1102
  Staudte: „The Role of Language Experience and Visual Context in Surprisal“ SFB 1102
09:00-10:00 Esaulova: „Syntactic preferences and visual biases in scene descriptions“ SFB 1252
  Vogeley: „Prominence and salience – competing or overlapping concepts?“ SFB 1252
10:20-11:20 Crocker: „The Neurocomputational Basis of Surprisal“ SFB 1102
  Drenhaus: „Rational Encoding and Decoding of Referring Expressions“ SFB 1102
11:20-12:20 de Beer & Pregla: „(Non)variability in sentence production and comprehension“ SFB 1287
  Vasishth: „Computational models of retrieval processes in sentence comprehension: Understanding sources of variability in unimpaired and impaired populations“ SFB 1287