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Call for papers: Plasticity in Speech Perception

ISCA Workshop on Plasticity in Speech Perception
15-17 June 2005; London, UK

On behalf of the Organising Committees, it is our distinct pleasure to
invite you to attend an ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on the
theme of Plasticity in Speech Perception (PSP 2005).

The workshop will be held at Senate House, in the heart of London, and
is being organized by researchers at the Centre for Human Communication
at UCL. The workshop will be co-Chaired by Valerie Hazan and Paul

This 3-day workshop will bring together researchers who examine changes
in speech perception during infancy and adulthood, from clinical and
non-clinical perspectives, and will also include selected speakers who
study plasticity in other domains and modalities. The workshop will
include invited talks and submitted posters.

Anne Cutler, Max Planck Institute, Netherlands
James Flege, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA
Patricia Kuhl, University of Washington, USA
David Moore, MRC Institute of Hearing Research, UK
Christophe Pallier, Inserm Cognitive Neuroimaging Unit, France
David Pisoni, Indiana University, USA
Franck Ramus, CNRS Cognitive and Psycholinguistic Sciences Laboratory,
Stuart Rosen, UCL, UK
Jenny Saffran, University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA
Glenn Schellenberg, University of Toronto Mississauga, Canada
Sophie Scott, UCL, UK

Prospective authors are invited to submit an abstract (maximum: 400
words) for presentation in any of the areas listed above (official
language is English). Papers will be submitted electronically. Check
our website periodically for updated information.

A Proceedings CD-ROM will be produced. Authors will have the choice of
including in the proceedings a four-page paper, a one-page copy of the
poster or a one-page abstract only.

Deadline for abstract submission: 1 Feb 2005
Notification of acceptance, instruction to authors: 28 Feb 2005
Deadline for early registration: 1 April 2005
Deadline for final papers (optional): 1 May 2005
Workshop dates: 15-17 June 2005

Organized by: UCL Centre for Human Communication, UCL, London, UK,