The Linguistics Department at NYU will host a two-day, pre-conference tutorial workshop on neurolinguistic methods, March 16th and 17th, in room 703 at 100 Washington Square East (Silver building), just a few doors down from the building that houses the Department of Psychology and the Center for Neuroscience.
The 2-day tutorial workshop will consists of the following 4 half-day sessions, run by a subset of the invited speakers along with language researchers from NYU.
Please note: All tutorial sections are full and closed to further enrollment.
DAY 1 (3/16/2010)
- FMRI (1:30pm-4pm)
Instructor: Matt Davis, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, U.K.
DAY 2 (3/17/2010)
- EEG (9:30am-noon)
Instructors: Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, University of Marburg, Germany;
Colin Phillips, University of Maryland, College Park;
Matthias Schlesewsky, Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany
- MEG (1:30pm-4pm)
Instructors: Alec Marantz, David Poeppel, and Liina Pylkkänen, New York University
- TMS and NIRS (4:30pm-7pm)
Instructor: Kuniyoshi Sakai, University of Tokyo
The tutorials will provide an overview of standard techniques, leading into a presentation of recent developments (designs, analyses, etc.) appropriate for language research. They will contrast the strengths and weaknesses of the various approaches, and how results from each can be merged with those from other imaging and behavioral techniques. The tutorials will be open to graduate and advance undergraduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and established researchers.
Early registration is available through February 1, 2010. The rates for early registration are:
Corporate: $280.00 for all tutorials ($70/tutorial)
Faculty: $140.00 for all tutorials ($35/tutorial)
Student: Free (registration required)
After February 1, rates for late registration are:
Corporate: $360.00 for all tutorials ($90/tutorial)
Faculty: $180.00 for all tutorials ($45/tutorial)
Student: Free (registration required before March 1, 2010)
Link to Site for Registration