Human Sentence Processing 2023
The LRDC was delighted to host the 36th Annual Conference on Human Sentence Processing at the University of Pittsburgh.
The NSF-funded special session for the 2023 conference was entitled 'Literacy, Education, and Language Processing.' The University of Pittsburgh's Learning Research and Development Center was the perfect host for this conference because it is a leader in bridging basic science, educational research, and educational policy. The goal of this special session was to shed light on connections between psycholinguistics, educational psychology, and educational technology by highlighting research related to: (1) how language processing is shaped by formal education and literacy, (2) how we can use our knowledge of human language processing in education, and (3) how technology can quantify language experience and attainment.
We were delighted to welcome the following six invited speakers (in alphabetical order):
- Dr. Suzanne Adlof, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of South Carolina
- Dr. Becky Xi Chen, Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development, University of Toronto
- Dr. Scott Crossley, Department of Special Education, Vanderbilt University
- Dr. Emily Phillips Galloway, Department of Teaching and Learning, Vanderbilt University
- Dr. Ariel James, Department of Psychology, Macalester College
- Dr. Charles Perfetti, Learning Research and Development Center, University of Pittsburgh
HSP2023 followed a hybrid model: Plenary talks were presented in person, but recorded and livestreamed. There was one virtual poster session. Click the schedule button for a PDF of the talks and posters:
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If you have already registered, then you will be able to access the talks and virtual posters at the Oxford Abstracts website.