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Talk: “Linguistic Illusions: Where You See Them, Where You Don’t” – Colin Phillips – Wed., May 15, 6:30PM – Kane 120

Linguistic Illusions: Where You See Them, Where You Don’t Colin Phillips, University of Maryland Linguistics Department Visual illusions have played an important role in our understanding of how our brains perceive the world. Our visual system is remarkably sophisticated in … Continue reading

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Five Post-bac Research Positions at the University of Maryland

The Dept of Linguistics at the U of Maryland, is looking to fill up to five full-time positions for post-baccalaureate researchers. Starting date for all positions is Summer/Fall 2013. Salary is competitive, with benefits included. The positions would be ideal … Continue reading

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The Dyslexic Brain: A University of Washington Study of Biological Causes of Reading Disorders

Do problems with READING and/or SPELLING seem to run in your family? You may be a candidate for a research study at the University of Washington! A study at the University of Washington is looking for participants to find out … Continue reading

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Seminars in Hearing and Communication Sciences (SHACS) Talk: Lee Osterhout (02/01/13)

SEMINARS IN HEARING AND COMMUNICATION SCIENCES What the Brain’s Electrical Activity Can Tell Us About How We Learn (And Forget) a Second Language Lee Osterhout, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Psychology University of Washington; Seattle, WA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST, 2013 3:30PM, … Continue reading

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Seminars in Hearing and Communication Sciences (SHACS) Talk: Chantel S. Prat (01/18/13)

BILINGUAL BRAIN TRAINING: Investigating the Neural Overlap between Language & Executive Processes Chantel S. Prat, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology, Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences University of Washington Friday, JANUARY 18th, 2013 3:30PM, IN CD 150 Language comprehension is a … Continue reading

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Speech and Hearing Sciences Talk: Tyler Perrachione (02/13/12)

From Phonetics to Phonology: Developmental Language Disorders and Brain Plasticity Tyler Perrachione Ph.D. Candidate Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences Massachusetts Institute of Technology Monday, February 13 3:30PM SWS 305 A core challenge in speech perception is the need to … Continue reading

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Linguistics Colloquium 5/6 – Adrian KC Lee

Please come to this Friday’s linguistics colloquium, featuring Adrian KC Lee from SPHSC at UW and his work with MEG. Abstract below. LINGUISTICS COLLOQUIUM Adrian KC Lee Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Washington Using magnetoencephalography to study cortical network … Continue reading

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