[CogSci] Embodied and Situated Language Processing 2018 (Submission deadline extended for 1 week)
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Mon Apr 16 06:46:32 PDT 2018
Embodied and Situated Language Processing 2018
Submission Deadline Extended: New deadline: April 23, 2018
Due to some technical issues, we have extended the submission deadline for ESLP 2018.
CALL FOR PAPERS
11th Embodied and Situated Language Processing (ESLP) Conference
Lancaster, United Kingdom, August 10th-12th, 2018.
Linda Smith (Indiana University)
Lorraine Tyler (University of Cambridge)
Gabriella Vigliocco (University College London)
Special Session on Methods and Reproducibility
Daniel Lakens (Eindhoven University of Technology)
Childcare: Free childcare will be available during the conference on a first-come first-served basis.
Call for papers:
We invite abstract submissions for talk and poster presentations. Abstracts can describe original work, but can also be an opinion or a summary of previous work so long as these are relevant to the topic of the conference and are of high intellectual and scientific quality. Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words and should not contain any tables or figures.
Talks will be 15 minutes long (with 5 additional minutes for questions), while posters will be presented at one of the poster sessions on each day of the conference.
All abstract submissions can be submitted as plain text or optionally as PDF-format. When you submit your abstract, you will be asked to indicate whether you would like it to be considered for a talk, a poster or either; and whether it is relevant to the special session on methods & reproducibility.
Submissions should be made online via Easychair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=eslp2018
The deadline for submissions is April 16th, 2018.
Topics should fit the usual ESLP remit of work that deals with embodied and situated language processing across a range of disciplines (including cognitive science, psycholinguistics, cognitive linguistics, developmental psychology) and empirical methods (including behavioural, neuropsychological, and computational). As a focus in the 2018 conference, we particularly welcome submissions that address the fundamental issue of conceptual grounding and how meaning is learned and represented in the mind/brain. To ensure the future of the field, research findings must be as robust as possible. The 2018 conference will also feature a special session on methods and reproducibility in embodied cognition research and we welcome submissions that address issues in this area.
If you have any questions, contact us by writing an email to: eslp2018 at lancaster.ac.uk<mailto:eslp2018 at lancaster.ac.uk>
Louise Connell, Lancaster University
Dermot Lynott, Lancaster University
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