Gary Dell has been one of the most influential figures in psycholinguistics over the past 40 years. We celebrate his lifetime of achievements this year at IWoLP.
Conference venue: Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University
Address: 4765 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Invited speakers (click on the name to see the talk abstract)
Caroline Niziolek, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Lisa Goffman, University of Texas at Dallas
Handwriting and typing
Michael McCloskey, Johns Hopkins University
Gordon Logan, Vanderbilt University
Sign language and gesturing
Naomi Caselli, Boston University
Cristina Baus, University of Barcelona
Out of the box topics
Hannah Sarvasy, Western Sydney University
Yonatan Bisk, Carnegie Mellon University
Download the Visitors' book (contains information about the conference venue, traveling, accommodation options, dining, CMU history, and tourism in the greater Pittsburgh area).
Poster boards are 6' (182 cm) wide and 4' (121 cm) tall. Please make sure your posters fit within this space. We recommend a landscape format and arrangement of materials in columns rather than rows for easier presentation.
Abstract submission is now closed.
Early-bird registration has ended, but you can still register here.
* Covid-19 contingency plan: IWoLP 2022 is planned as an in-person conference. If, however, the pandemic imposes serious restrictions for traveling, we will switch to a virtual conference. Registration fees will depend on the final format, but will be kept below $300 for faculty and lower for junior scholars.
Albert Costa left us unexpectedly in 2018. We celebrate his life, memory and contribution to psycholinguistics in a special session.
This conference is sponsored by
CMU's Neuroscience Institute.
Plan a Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas are a wonderful place for a late spring/early summer vacation. Amazing nature, rivers, lakes, and beaches, and a variety of water sports are additions to a buzzing urban environment that combines old charm with cutting edge modern art, like the Andy Warhol museum and Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece, Falling Water.