How do native and fluent speakers chunk continuous speech?
Results of a two-year study presented at VALP5 in Copenhagen.
"Chunks and chunking": symposium at the AILA 2021
Anna Mauranen and Alice Blumenthal-Dramé held a symposium on chunking at the last day of AILA Congress organised online.
CLUMP team at UKCLC 2020
Members of CLUMP project have recently participated in the UK Cognitive Linguistics conference.
Participation in SNL2019
Members of CLUMP project introduced their research at the 11th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language.
Workshop on investigating language using MEG
The CLUMP team took part in an educational course on application of MEG in studying language.
Open Science workshop in Estonia
Aleksandra Dobrego participated in Open Science workshop in Estonia.
Colloquium on online speech chunking at AAAL2019
CLUMP team has made an appearance at the annual conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics in Atlanta.
Speech is processed in chunks
How can we understand a continuous flow of speech when the capacity of our working memory is so small? This is what linguists and...