Third International Workshop on Language Production



Workshop Location

Call for Posters



Transportation in Chicago

Scientific Committee

Previous Workshops


Conference booklet

(pdf; abstracts, schedule)

Papers based on selected presentations at the workshop can also be found in special issue of Language and Cognitive Processes (volume 23, issue 4).


Sunday, August 13th
    Coffee and Registration (8:30-9:00AM)
    Introduction to the workshop (9:00-9:30AM)
    Integrating theories of single word and sentence production (9:30-11:30AM)
    • Introduction: F.-Xavier Alario (CRNS and Universitè de Provence, F)
    • Gary Dell (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA)
    • General discussion
    Lunch on your own (11:30AM-1:00PM)
    Bilingualism (1:00-3:00PM)
    • Jubin Abutalebi (Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele, IT & Universität Potsdam, D)
    • Tamar Gollan (University of California, San Diego. USA)
    Poster Session I (3:00-5:00PM)
Monday, August 14th
    Coffee (8:00-8:30AM)
    Lexical access (8:30-11:30AM)
    • Jens Bölte and Pienie Zwitserlood (Universität Münster, D)
    • Karin Humphries (McMaster University, C)
    • Ansgar Hantsch (Universität Leipzig, D)
    Lunch on your own (11:30AM-1:00PM)
    Aphasia and Dysgraphia (1:00-3:00PM)
    • Brenda Rapp (Johns Hopkins University, USA)
    • Cristina Romani (Aston University, UK)
    Poster Session II (3:00-5:00PM)
    Conference Dinner (6:30PM)
Tuesday, August 15th
    Coffee (8:30-9:00AM)
    Distributed computational approaches (9:00-11:00AM)
    • Matthew Lambon-Ralph (University of Manchester, UK)
    • Franklin Chang (NTT Communication Science Laboratories, J)

    • Sponsored by the Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems (NICO)
    Discourse and pragmatics I (11:00AM-12:00PM)
    • Jennifer Arnold (University North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA)
    Lunch on your own (12:00-1:30PM)
    Discourse and pragmatics II (1:30PM-2:30PM)
    • Jean Fox Tree (University of California, Santa Cruz, USA)
    Final discussion (2:30-3:30PM)
    • Kathryn Bock (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA)