The aim of this workshop is to discuss the adequacy and explanatory power of current models that aim at explaining how learners acquire the phonetic and phonological knowledge needed to accurately perceive and produce their first (L1) and second (L2) languages. The workshop will include oral and poster sessions on the following topics:
|Models of speech perception and production ||Models of phonetic and phonological development ||Modelling L1 versus L2 phonetic/phonological acquisition||Explaining the relationship between phonetics and phonology||Explaining the relationship between perception and production |
We invite abstract submissions for twenty-minute talks or poster
presentations on any
of these modelling topics. We specially look forward to receiving
submissions that compare different existing models and how specific data
confirm or disconfirm them.
Abstracts must be submitted electronically in PDF format. All-inclusive
abstract length is 1 A4 page, single-spaced and in 12 pt (10 pt for
references). The abstract should include the title of the presentation and should be ANONYMOUS
Submissions should include a pdf attachment as well as the following information in the body of the email: Abstract title, name(s) of the author(s), affiliation, and preference for oral or poster presentation.
Send your submission to: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than August 30th.
| Ocke-Schwen Bohn, Aarhus University |
|Ellen Broselow, Stony Brook University |
|Suzanne Curtin, University of Calgary |
|Anne Cutler, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics|
|Joan Sereno, University of Kansas |
|Mike Sharwood Smith, Heriot-Watt University |
Paul Boersma, University of Amsterdam
Rene Kager, Utrecht University
Andreia Rauber, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil/University of Amsterdam
Ivana Brasileiro, Utrecht University