Lancaster, 10-12 August 2018

The Eleventh Embodied & Situated Language Processing Conference takes place in Lancaster, United Kingdom.  The full conference programme with book of abstracts is now available.

The conference series covers topics that deal with the interaction of language and sensorimotor processing across a range of disciplines (including cognitive science, psycholinguistics, cognitive linguistics, developmental psychology) and empirical methods (including behavioural, neuropsychological, and computational). ESLP 2018 continues the highly successful series of international conferences that started in 2007.

As a focus in the 2018 conference, we highlight the fundamental issue of conceptual grounding and how meaning is learned and represented in the mind/brain. We will also for the first time feature a special session that addresses methods and reproducibility in the field.

Keynote Speakers

Linda Smith

Indiana University

Lorraine Tyler

University of Cambridge

Gabriella Vigliocco

University College London

Special Session on Methods & Reproducibility

Daniel Lakens

Eindhoven University of Technology