LOT Winter School 2019 week 1: 7-11 January

09.00 - 11.00
Mon-Fri
RM1 - Scripting for PRAAT
David Weenink
Discourse-Oriented Corpus Studies
Costas Gabrieletos
The Neurolinguistics of Syntax: Investigations of sentence processing in healthy and aphasic speakers
Dirk-Bart den Ouden
11.15 - 13.15
Mon-Fri
RM1 - Reproducibility in bilingualism and SLA
Sible Andringa
RM1 - Working with production data: Comprehension-production (a)symmetries in language acquisition
Elena Tribushinina
Speech perception in first and second language acquisition
Sharon Peperkamp
14.15 - 16.15
Mon-Fri
RM1 - Statistics for Linguists in R
Susanne Brouwer
Effect sizes and meta-analyses: Tools for cumulative, robust experimental science
Christina Bergmann
Multimodal language learning and social robots
Paul Vogt
Research Discussion Groups:
Dirk-Bart den Ouden

Christina Bergmann


Thursday & Friday 16.30-18.30

Poster session on Monday

Schultink Lecture on Wednesday by Sharon Peperkamp

LOT Winter School 2019 week 2: 14-18 January

09.00 - 11.00
Mon-Fri
RM1 - Methods in historical linguistics (quantitative historical linguistics and mapping techniques)
Arjen Versloot
Cognitive linguistics beyond the individual: The shared workspace framework
Simon Garrod
Negative coordination
Hamida Demirdache
11.15 - 13.15
Mon-Fri
RM1 - Methods in data collection for sociolinguistics: Focus on elicitation
Marina Terkourafi
The grammar of measurement and comparison
Roumyana Pancheva
Competing motivations and competing explanations in the typology of constituent order and grammatical relations
Eva Schultze-Berndt
14.15 - 16.15
Mon-Fri
RM1 - Methods in Multimodal Language
Asli Ozyurek
RM1 - A deeper understanding of distributional semantics
Antske Fokkens
LaTeX for Linguists
Sebastian Nordhoff & Antonio Priemer
Research Discussion Groups:
Eva Schultze-Berndt


Thursday & Friday 16.30-18.30

Poster session on Monday

Career event on Wednesday