DAY 1 – Thursday, 29th of September 

8:30-9:00 Registration

9:00-9:15 Welcome 

9:15-10:15 Speech is Special and Language is Structured by David Poeppel (SEPEX Conference sponsored


10:15-10:45 The Benefits of Non-rational Learning by Ansgar Endress

10:45-11:15 Motor Origin of Temporal Predictions in Auditory Attention by Benjamin Morillon

-- Coffee Break --

11:45-12:45 Does feedback-based learning affect the acquisition of language rules and categories in adult learners? by Sonja Kotz


12:45-13:15 Fueling Speech: The Role of Reward in Word Learning by Pablo Ripollés

13:15-13:45 From Specific Examples to General Knowledge in Language Learning by Jakke Tamminen

-- Lunch --

15:30-16:30 What do Artificial Grammar Learning Experiments tell about Animal Rule Learning Abilities? by Carel ten Cate

16:30-17:30 Posters/coffee 

17:30-18:30 Structured Sequence Processing, Language Evolution and the Primate Brain by Christopher I. Petkov

DAY 2 – Friday, 30th of September 

9:00-10:00 What does the Study of Music tell us about How the Brain Deals with Language? by Daniele Schön


10:00-10:30 How the brain builds a word meaning by Liuba Papeo

10:30-11:00 Sing to your Baby, using musical cues to boost speech segmentation in infancy by Clément François

-- Coffee Break --

11:30-12:30 Neurophysiological correlates of auditory rule learning across development by Jutta Mueller


12:30-13:00 Perceiving non-speech as speech based on a moving mouth. Findings from infants, children, and adults by Martijn Baart

13:00-13:30 How bilingualism affects children’s thinking about people, animals, and objects by Krista Byers-Heinlein

-- Lunch --

15:00-16:30 Posters/coffee 

16:30-17:30 The Emergence of Multisensory Selective Attention in Infancy and Its Role in the Development of Speech and Language by David Lewkowicz



logos partners peu