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BRAIN TALK

BRAIN TALK

Red. Kai Alter, Merle Horne, Magnus Lindgren, Mikael Roll & Janne von Koss Torkildsen

BRAIN TALK

The first Birgit Rausing Language Program conference in linguistics, BRAIN TALK, took place on June 2-3, 2008 at the Center for Languages and Literature, Lund University. The conference was organised by Merle Horne (Lund University), Kai Alter (Newcastle University), Magnus Lindgren (Lund University), Mikael Roll (Lund University), and Janne von Koss Torkildsen (Oslo University).

BRAIN TALK was an interdisciplinary conference which dealt with different aspects of language processing in the brain. The contributions focussed on the importance of context for the neurocognitive processing of langauge and speech in different communicative situations.  
The BRAIN TALK-conference program consisted of both talks and poster presentations. The invited speakers were: Mireille Besson, CNRS, Marseille; Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, Max Planck Institute, Leipzig; Stefan Heim, Research Center Juelich, Jülich; Kenneth Hugdahl, University of Bergen; Francisco Lacerda, Stockholm University; Kerry Ledoux, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore; Martin Meyer, University Hospital of Zurich; Inger Moen, University of Oslo; Leticia Pablos, University of Reading; Ann Pannekamp, Max Planck Institute, Leipzig; Matthias Schlesewsky, Philipps University Marburg; Yury Shtyrov, Medical Research Council, Cambridge; och Ulrike Toepel, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois, Lausanne. The proceedings from the BRAIN TALK-conference constitute the first volume in the Birgit Rausing Language Conference in Linguistics-series.


Den första Birgit Rausing Language Program konferens i lingvistik, BRAIN TALK, ägde rum den 2-3 juni 2008 på Språk- och litteraturcentrum. Konferensen organiserades av Merle Horne (Lunds Univ.), Kai Alter (Newcastle Univ.), Magnus Lindgren (Lunds Univ.), Mikael Roll (Lunds Univ.), och Janne von Koss Torkildsen, (Oslo Univ.)). BRAIN TALK var en ämnesöverskridande konferens som behandlade olika aspekter av språkbearbetning i hjärnan. Bidragen fokuserade på vikten av kontexten för den neurokognitiva processningen av tal och språk i olika kommunikativa situationer.  
BRAIN TALK-konferensprogrammet bestod av både föredrag och posterpresentationer. De inbjudna talarna var: Mireille Besson, CNRS, Marseille; Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, Max Planck Institute, Leipzig; Stefan Heim, Research Center Juelich, Jülich; Kenneth Hugdahl, Universitetet i Bergen; Francisco Lacerda, Stockholms Universitet; Kerry Ledoux, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore; Martin Meyer, University Hospital of Zurich; Inger Moen, Universitetet i Oslo; Leticia Pablos, University of Reading; Ann Pannekamp, Max Planck Institute, Leipzig; Matthias Schlesewsky, Philipps University Marburg; Yury Shtyrov, Medical Research Council, Cambridge; och Ulrike Toepel, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois, Lausanne. Proceedings från BRAIN TALK-konferensen utgör den första volymen i Birgit Rausing Language Conference in Linguistics-serien.