September 10, 2015

AMLaP 2015

This year's Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP), which focuses on interdisciplinary approaches to language processing, took place at the University of Malta from September 3rd to 5th.

Mercedeh Mohaghegh (Ph.D.) and Craig Chambers (faculty) presented "How do missing phonetic cues and noise affect the process of spoken word comprehension?"

Craig was also part of a presentation with colleagues Mindaugas Mozuraitis (Saarland University) and Meredyth Daneman (UTM, Psychology): "Listeners’ sensitivity to protagonists' knowledge about identity in narrative comprehension."

Daphna Heller (faculty) was also part of a presentation with Mindaugas Mozuraitis (Saarland University): "Effects of privileged knowledge about object category: Evidence from modification."

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