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Sun Feb 11 2001

Confs: Workshop on Chinese Psycholinguistics

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  1. Ping Li, Workshop on Chinese Psycholinguistics, UC - Santa Barbara

Message 1: Workshop on Chinese Psycholinguistics, UC - Santa Barbara

Date: Sat, 10 Feb 2001 12:06:49 -0500
From: Ping Li <>
Subject: Workshop on Chinese Psycholinguistics, UC - Santa Barbara

Workshop Announcement: New Frontiers in Chinese Psycholinguistics
University of California, Santa Barbara
July 13-15, 2001

Dear Colleagues,
As many of you know, the 2001 Summer Linguistic
Institute will be held at the University of California, Santa
Barbara. Given the Institute's focus on linguistic diversity and
Pacific Rim languages, we are organizing a 3-day
workshop entitled "New Frontiers in Psycholinguistic Studies of
Chinese". The workshop is scheduled to take place on July 13-15,
supported by the National Science Foundation (the Linguistics and
the Child Learning and Development Programs). Details about the
workshop and invited speakers can be found on the world-wide-web at:

The workshop will also serve as a forum to facilitate the
compilation and publication of the Handbook of Chinese
Psycholinguistics, along with the Handbook of Japanese
Psycholinguistics and Handbook of Korean Psycholinguistics.
Linguists and psycholinguists who have expertise in the relevant
areas are invited to contribute to the handbooks. The books will
contain articles to introduce critical areas of research in
psycholinguistic studies of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.

If you would like to participate in discussions during the workshop
or to contribute to the handbooks, please check our website for
details or email


Ping Li

On behalf of the organizing committee:
Ping Li (University of Richmond, Virginia, USA)
Elizabeth Bates (University of California, San Diego, USA)
Li Hai Tan (University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China)
Ovid Tzeng (Ministry of Education, Taipei, Taiwan)

Ping Li, Ph.D. Email:
Associate Professor
Department of Psychology Phone: (804) 289-8125 (office)
University of Richmond (804) 287-1916 (lab)
Richmond, VA 23173, U.S.A. Fax: (804) 287-1905
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