The Seventh International Conference on the Mental Lexicon will
bring together psycholinguistic, neurolinguistic, and computational research on the representation and processing of words in the mind/brain. The conference encourages a variety of perspectives on lexical representation and processing. The language of the conference is English.
The 2010 meeting will be held in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Windsor is a border city approximately 4 hours from Toronto and 5 minutes from Detroit, Michigan. The end of June is particularly lovely in this garden city and there are numerous things to do in the evening on both sides of the border.
The conference will be held at the University of Windsor’s state-of-the-art conference centre with reasonably priced rooms (breakfasts and lunches included). As in other years we anticipate an excellent selection of top quality research talks and posters on topics that range from computational models of lexical processing through neurolinguistics.
Similar to the previous six meetings (Edmonton 1998, Montreal 2000, 2006, Windsor 2004, Banff 2002, 2008), the conference will include both 15-minute platform presentations and poster sessions each day.
Hosted by the International Mental Lexicon Research Group