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The Architecture of the Language Faculty

Six talks on human language, how it is represented in the brain, its genetic roots, and links to cognitive abilities.

This full-day conference is the formal launch event of UCL's Centre for Human Communication. The six talks on human language will be given from a range of perspectives, including how it is represented in the brain, its genetic roots, and the links to our other cognitive abilities. Keynote speaker: Prof. Ray Jackendoff.


Professor Ray Jackendoff | talks | www
Prof Dorothy Bishop | talks
Prof. Barbara Landau | talks
Professor John Local | talks | www
Prof. William Marslen-Wilson | talks
Prof. Richard Wise | talks


Date and Time:

4 June 2004 at 9:00 am


Full Day



University of London Senate House
Malet Street

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Organised by:

Centre for Human Communication
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Free for students (see website)

Available from:

Registration form in PDF format with all details and instructions at http://www.chc.ucl.ac.uk/conference/register.pdf

Additional Information:

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