Learning Grammar from Sound and Meaning -14 April

Dr Jelena Mirkovic will present the next LuCiD seminar on learning grammar from sound and meaning. The seminar will take place from 12.00-13.30 on Tuesday 14th April at the University of Liverpool and is open to anyone wishing to attend.


The psychological and neural mechanisms underlying grammar learning have been a topic of a long-standing debate between abstract (rule-based) and statistical learning approaches to language processing. In this talk I will present a computational model and several behavioural studies exploring the learning of grammatical gender as a test case. The studies will assess the extent to which grammar learning relies on domain-general neural mechanisms underpinning learning and memory in both linguistic and non-linguistic domains.

Where: LT3, Rendall Building University of Liverpool

When: 12.00-13.30, Tuesday 14th April


The Rendall Building is number 432 on the University of Liverpool campus map

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