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May 20, 2024

"Characterizing memory recall: From reward to retrieval goals“ on June 7th, 10-12 a.m.

Characterizing memory recall: From reward to retrieval goals

Date: June 7th, 10-12 a.m.,

Location: IDF (Plöck 55), room 10 

Host: Patric Meyer

Invited speakers:

Stefan Köhler: “Curiosity, information seeking, and reward after unsuccessful memory recall”
Signy Sheldon: “Behavioural and brain distinctions in autobiographical memory retrieval”

To learn more about the speakers and the work in their labs, have a look at their websites: 

Jan 18, 2024

Simple or complex? Findings on the suitability of written language for different target groups

The project Einfach Alpha! is organizing a conference on complexity and simplification of language for different target groups and purposes. The topic will be discussed from different perspectives and there will be contributions from various disciplines.
The conference takes place on the 21st and 22nd of March 2024 at the IDF.
The conference language is German.
Registration is open now.

Nov 21, 2023

AMLaP Asia 2023

AMLaP - Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Asia. The conference will be held at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Lan Tao will present a joint work with Johannes Gerwien entitled GRAMMATICAL ENCODING FOR COMMUNICATIVE EFFICIENCY – EVIDENCE FROM THE PRODUCTION OF ORC AND PASSIVE-SRC IN CHINESE. Check out the abstract here

Jul 12, 2023

Certificate of Advanced Studies "Cognitive Science"

Mar 17, 2023

Joint project on emotion of language

Researchers of the Czech Academy of Sciences, HULC lab, and CNSR started collaborating on new project. The focus of this project is on the emotional load of words in different languages (Czech and German). The team employs behavioral and neuroscientific methods. A project description can be found here: The picture shows how the fNIRS is set up.

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