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William Marslen-Wilson. The real-time functional architecture of visual word-recognition
 
Date: Jun 06, 2013

What: The real-time functional architecture of visual word-recognition

Where: BCBL auditorium

Who: William Marslen-Wilson, University of Cambridge, UK

When: 4 pm


“…I study the comprehension of spoken language in the mind and the brain using interdisciplinary techniques aimed at identifying the neural processing streams that support the immediate interpretation of spoken utterances. My current research brings together behavioural, neuropsychological and neuroimaging data from contrasting languages (such as Arabic, Polish, and English) to determine the underlying general properties of human language as a neuro-cognitive system.”