FriSem

Date
Fri April 5th 2024, 2:00 - 5:00pm
Location
Department of Psychology, Building 420, Room 041

Multi-disciplinary insights into language processing 

Keynote speaker Jay McClelland, Stanford University

The case for TRACE in the Deep Learning Era:Could a 40 year-old model of spoken language perception still be relevant today?

Lightning talks

Schedule BAyLI meeting on April 5th 2024

1:45-2:00 Arrival

2:00-2:05 Welcome words by Laura Gwilliams

2:05-2:20 Erin Kunz & Benyamin Meschede-Krasa, Stanford   Chair: Laura Gwilliams

Representation of perceived and inner speech in motor cortex

2:20-2:35 Nora Beier, UC Davis   Chair: Jill Kries

Temporal attention in language comprehension and its encoding in alpha amplitude modulations

2:35-2:50 Julie Kallini, Stanford   Chair: Laura Gwilliams

Mission: Impossible language models

2:50-3:05 Lily Xue Gong, UC Berkeley   Chair: Jill Kries

Phonemic Segmentation of Narrative Speech in Human Cerebral Cortex

3:05-3:20 Ilina Bhaya-Grossman, UCSF   Chair: Laura Gwilliams

Effects of language experience on speech representations in the human temporal cortex

3:20-3:35 Maria Ivanova, UC Berkeley   Chair: Jill Kries

Cognitive and neural mechanisms of impairment and recovery in aphasia

3:35-3:45

Coffee break

3:45-5:00

Jay McClelland, Stanford   Chair: Laura Gwilliams

The case for TRACE in the Deep Learning Era: Could a 40 year-old model of spoken language perception still be relevant today?

5:00  

Reception