Dialogue, Memory and Emotion

Jeudi 20 Mai 2021, 11:00 to Vendredi 21 Mai 2021, 17:45
Jonathan Ginzburg (LLF) Andy Lücking (LLF)

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Jeudi 20 mai

11:00 Ouverture

11:10-12:10 Judit Gervain (U Paris Descartes, CNRS)
How prosody helps infants and children to break into communication

12:20-13:20 Talya Sadeh (Ben Gurion U)
How Do Pre- and Post-Encoding Processes Affect Episodic Memory?

14:10-15:10 Robin Cooper (U Gothenburg)
Modelling Memory with Types: semantics and neural representation

15:20-16:20 Peter Hagoort (Radboud U, MPI for Psycholinguistics)
The neuropragmatics of dialogue and discourse

16:40-17:40 Jonathan Ginzburg (U Paris)
Dialogue Context in Memory

18:00 Discussion libre

Vendredi 21 mai

11:00-12:00 Alistair Knott (U Otago)
A neural model of sensorimotor experience, and of the representation, storage and communication of events

12:10-13:10 Christine Bastin (GIGA-CRC in vivo imaging, U Liège)
Episodic memory and the importance of attribution processes to assess the retrieved memory contents

14:00-15:00 Massimo Poesio (Queen Mary U), Sharid Loáiciga (U Potsdam)
Universal Anaphora and Dialogue Phenomena
(In collaboration with Sopan Khosla, Ramesh Manuvinakurike, Vincent Ng, Carolyn Rose, Michael Strube, Juntao Yu, Simon Dobnik and David Schlangen)

15:10-16:10 Evelina Fedorenko (MIT)
Language within the mosaic of social cognition

16:30-17:30 Andy Lücking (U Paris, U Frankfurt)
Multimodality and Memory: Outlining Interface Topics in Multimodal Natural Language Processing

17:45 Discussion libre