The Crosslinguistic Perspectives on Processing and Learning Workshop
(X-PPL) brings together the growing community of researchers working to expand the diversity of languages in the scope of experimental or corpus research on adults or language acquisition. This research is driven by the recognition that structural/typological and socio-cultural diversity represents different opportunities to see processing and learning mechanisms at work. The bulk of processing and acquisition research represents only a small fraction of linguistic diversity, and this risks skewing both our theories and research questions.
The Crosslinguistic Perspectives on Processing and Learning Workshop (X-PPL) aims to fill this gap and provide a platform for cross-linguistic research on language processing and learning. X-PPL 2023 will take place on November 6-8, 2023.
On November 8, two teaching sessions will be held, one on building language acquisition corpora and one on online experiments with PCIbex (by Florian Schwarz, University of Pennsylvania). The aim of these sessions is to provide the X-PPL community with skills that can be transferred to foster additional cross-linguistic research.
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