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|Using Eye Movements to Study Spoken Language|
Michael K. Tanenhaus (Univ. of Rochester)
22 septembre 2008
Program: In this course we review some of the burgeoning literature on the use of eye movements to study spoken language processing, focusing on issues of interest to researchers in linguistics. We highlight some of the seminal studies and examine how this ‘visual world’ approach to studying language processing can be used to address issues in phonetics, spoken word recognition, parsing, reference resolution and interactive conversation. We consider some of the methodological issues that come to the fore when psycholinguists use eye movements to examine spoken language comprehension, including issues of data analysis.
1/ September 22, 2008 at 3:00 pm,
2/ September 23, 2008 at 3:00 pm,
3/ September 24, 2008 at 3:00 pm,
4/ September 25, 2008 at 3:00 pm.
Topics: phonetics/phonology, referential domains, and some mix of expectation/attention to be determined in part by the collective interests of the students in the class.
||Michael K. Tanenhaus (Univ. of Rochester)|
Michael K. Tanenhaus is Beverly Petterson Bishop and Charles W. Bishop Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Professor of Linguistics, Director of the Center for Language Sciences, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Rochester.