Gina is an Invited Keynote Speaker at the Discourse Expectations: Theoretical, Experimental, and Computational Perspectives (DETEC) Conference at the Department of Linguistics at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. The title of her talk is "A hierachical generative framework of discourse comprehension." She was hosted by Juhani Järvikivi, Evangelia Daskalaki, and Karsten Koch.
Gina is an Invited panelist at the Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Science of Language Panel at Harvard University. Other panelists were: Alfonso Caramazza (who moderated the discussion), Gennaro Chierchia, Meredith Rowe, and Jesse Snedeker. Thank you to Tanya Levari, Pooja Paul, and the rest of the Mind, Brain, & Behavior Graduate Steering Committee for organizing this event.
Gina is an Invited Speaker at the Magnetic Resonance Research Center at Yale University. The title of her talk is "The Breakdown of Predictive Coding in schizophrenia: Insights from language." She was hosted by Emily Finn and Todd Constable.
Congratulations to Meredith Brown, who has been awarded an NRSA postdoc grant from the National Institute of Health, NIMH, "Neural language processing and schizophrenia: Bridging perception and interpretation." Other lab members who contributed and/or will be involved in the grant are Gina Kuperberg and collaborator Matti S. Hämäläinen.
Congratulations to Eric Fields, who defended his Masters thesis, "Event-related potential studies of the effects of mood, self-relevance, and task on the processing of emotional words in social vignettes". Eric's committee members were: Gina Kuperberg (advisor), Tali Ditman-Brunye, Phil Holcomb, and Heather Urry. Here are some pictures.
Margarita Zeitlin is an Invited Speaker at the Language & Cognition talk series at Harvard University. The title of her talk is "An event-related potential study of the English resultative construction." She was hosted by Dr. Jesse Snedeker.