The 9th Summer Neurolinguistics School was held at the Center for Language and Brain
From June 27 to 28, 2022, a Summer Neurolinguistics School was held, which is being held for the ninth time by the Center for Language and Brain. For the third year the school was held in an online format and entirely in English. This year's topic was "Experimental studies of Russia’s ethnic languages".
This year, the School focused on the developing field of Psycho- and Neurolinguistics research of Russia’s ethniclanguages. During the lectures, experts shared their knowledge in the field of experimental field research and bilingual studies, adaptation of clinical tests in the minority languages of Russia, as well as intraoperative language mapping in bilinguals.
The lectures and short presentations were delivered by researchers from different universities of Russia, as well as by our foreign colleagues.
In addition to lectures, invited oral reports and short reports were presented at the Summer School. The speakers presented their studies on the material of Tatar, Adyghe, Dagestan, Udmurt, Komi, Buryat and other languages of Russia.
We thank our invited lecturers, presenters of talks and short reports, as well as all the listeners and organizers, thanks to whom the Summer School was held at a high academic level and gathered more than 300 registered participants.
The Summer Neurolinguistics Schools have been held at the Center annually since 2014, and we hope to continue this good tradition further!
The School was organized in the framework of a research grant funded by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation (grant ID: 075-15-2022-325), and within the Programme of the Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Centre 2020-2025.