CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: XVI International Symposium of Psycholinguistics May 31-June 2 2023 (Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain)

Os reenviamos un mensaje sobre el próximo XVI International Symposium of Psycholinguistcs, que se celebrará en Vitoria-Gasteiz del 31 de mayo al 2 de junio de 2023.

La Junta Directiva de la SEPEX

Dear all,

We are pleased to announce that the XVI International Symposium of Psycholinguistcs (ISP) will be held in Vitoria-Gasteiz (University of the Basque Country, UPV/EHU) from 31st of May to 2nd of June. All details can be found in this link

Contributions about any field of language cognition are welcome: Acquisition, Processing, Aging, Pathologies, Production, Comprehension, Phonology, Vocabulary, Syntax, Semantics, Pragmatics…

The ISP brings together scientists specializing in language research in all its modalities, scopes and dimensions, and it represents an opportunity to share work, exchange knowledge and stimulate new ideas.

Together with the classical talks and poster sessions, we also plan to include a science slam festival.

Invited Speakers:

Important dates:

  • Abstract submission DEADLINE: 15 February, 2023
  • Confirmation of acceptance: March 3, 2023
  • Early registration: April 17
  • Late registration: May 2

Don’t miss the opportunity to join us in Vitoria-Gasteiz.

Organizing Committee
Gogo Elebiduna – The bilingual Mind Research group.

Abstracts for posters and/or talks can be submitted until 15 February 2023 using the following link:

                                                CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT

Abstract requirements:

Abstracts should be written in English, uploaded as a PDF file and must meet the following requirements: 

The PDF file must consist of a single A4 page containing the following elements: title, blank line (please add an additional blank line if author names, affiliation and email addresses do not fit into a single line), abstract text (max. 250 words), references, and supplementary information if needed (e.g. table(s), figure(s), etc.). Abstracts should be formatted using Times New Roman font (size 12), single-spaced, and 2.54 cm (1 inch) margins on all sides. Abstracts should include the following sections: introduction, methods, results and conclusion; labeling the sections is optional. Note that the methods and results sections must include sufficient detail so as to facilitate an assessment of the reliability of the conclusions. The abstract text (excluding title, references and supplementary information) must not exceed 250 words. Please do not include any author or identifying information in your abstract file. Abstracts must be submitted as a property-free PDF file using author names separated by underscores as filename (e.g. erdozia_santesteban.pdf). Note that all the elements of your abstract (including authorship information) must be able to fit into a single A4 page after acceptance.

Abstracts can be submitted either for a «talk only» «talk/poster»’ or as a «poster only» option.

Talks will have a duration of 15 minutes (+ 5 minutes for questions).

Each participant will be allowed to submit only one contribution as a first author (presenter of talk or poster), with no limited number as a co-author. Please indicate upon submission if the first author has student status. Choose at least three keywords for your submission.