- 021 808 3244Location:
Van der Sterr Building, Room 2058, Department Statistics
Experimental psycholinguistics investigates how the human mind represents, comprehends and produces language. In this talk, we will discuss some of the methods we employ - including eye-tracking and electroencephalography - to collect real-time language processing data in the laboratory. We will also showcase some of the statistical approaches we use to work with data of this sort.