Events in Language and Cognition - 2016


This is a workshop on the representation of events, held in conjunction with the 29th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, hosted by the University of Florida
What can the understanding of event perception and cognition teach us about the nature of semantic representations for language, and how can psycholinguistic evidence contribute to research on event structure?

We invite language researchers and others interested in the cognitive representation of actions & events to attend!

Organizers:
Eva Wittenberg, Melissa Kline, and Josh Hartshorne

Invited Speakers:
Jesse Snedeker & Elsi Kaiser

External Discussants:
Jeremy Skipper and Elliot Saltzman


Date & Location

Gainesville, FL
March 2, 2016
8:30am to 6pm

Venue: The Hilton Garden Inn, Gainesville

(Note: NOT the Hilton University of Florida Conference Center Gainesville where CUNY itself is located the following day)

Program Materials

Printed programs and abstract booklets will be available at the workshop.