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News from the General Meeting of the SFB 833, May 21st

On Thursday, May 21st, all members of the SFB meet up to discuss plans for the coming months. Among information on the procedure of completing the PhD, and the upcoming famous SFB retreat in October, first plans for the proposal...


A1 and XPrag at SALT 2015!

The SFB 833 is proud that two of the associated Xprag Projects and A1 will present work at the renown SALT conference which will take place from May 15th to May 17th in Palo Alto, at the Stanford...


The SFB 833 Colloquium announces exciting guest talks for this semester!

The new semester is starting and so is the SFB Colloquium. This season, the SFB 833 is happy to invite anyone interested to the following events: May 5th, 2015: C1 invites all to a guest talk of Judith Tonhauser, 10h  to...


The new summer semester 2015 starts today!

As the university is buzzing again with old and new students, many of the SFB 833's members prepare for a vast range of seminars that start today! Here is a selection of advanced level seminars that our very own...


The 10th International Symposium on Iconicity in Language and Literature in Tübingen!

The SFB 833 and especially project A2, together with the GRK 1808 Ambiguity organized this years Symposium on Iconicity, which took place from the 26th to the 28th of March, 2015 here in Tübingen. Among other...


The SFB 833 at CUNY in Los Angeles

Closely following the TeaP, there was yet another opportunity for the SFB 833's psychologists and psycholinguists to present their work: The 28th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, March 19th to the 21st,...


Basics of Statistical Analysis: Z2 on a roll

On March 18th and 20th 2015, project Z2 invited all SFB 833 members to participate in a course about data analysis, with providing information about statistical analysis in SPSS and R. Many members attended and can hopefully use...

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