Word Lab Members Presenting at AMLaP 2017


Members of The Word Lab will be presenting their research at the upcoming Architectures and Mechanisms of Language Processing (AMLaP) conference, which takes place 7-9 September 2017 in Lancaster.

Rachael Hulme will be presenting a poster, Becky Gilbert (who now works as a post-doc at the MRC CBU in Cambridge) will also be presenting a poster, and Lucy MacGregor (a researcher at the MRC CBU in Cambridge who has been collaborating with Jenni Rodd) will be giving a talk.

Titles and links to the abstracts can be found below:

‘Acquisition and Long-Term Retention of New Meanings for Known Words’ – Rachael C. Hulme, Daria Barsky, and Jennifer M. Rodd (University College London)

‘Sentence-level learning mechanisms support lexical-semantic retuning during ambiguity resolution’ – Rebecca A. Gilbert1,2, Matthew H. Davis2, M. Gareth Gaskell3, Jennifer M. Rodd1 (1 University College London, 2 MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, 3 University of York)

‘Neurocognitive mechanisms of semantic ambiguity resolution’ – Lucy J. MacGregor1, Jennifer M. Rodd2, Olaf Hauk1, Ediz Sohoglu1 and Matthew H. Davis1 (1 MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, 2 University College London)

Further information about the AMLaP 2017 conference can be found here: http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/amlap2017/