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2019 STEP

STEP 2019

May 13-18, 2019

Petra Hendriks (University of Groningen) – Investigating Individual Variation in Reference Production and Comprehension

Sidney Segalowitz (Brock University) – An Introduction to Cognitive Electrophysiology EEG/ERP Methods: Past, Present and Future

Jacolien van Rij (University of Groningen) – Advanced Statistical Methods for Psycholinguistics: Analyzing Time Course Data

Certificate Courses:

Liam Blything (University of Alberta) – Creating a Visual World Paradigm Step-by-Step Using Experiment Builder

Vincent Porretta (University of Windsor) & Aki-Juhani Kyröläinen (McMaster University) – Introduction to R for Experimental Data Processing

Aki-Juhani Kyröläinen (McMaster University) & Vincent Porretta (University of Windsor) – Introduction to Linear Mixed-Effects Regression Using R

2018 STEP

May 14-19, 2018

Harald Baayen (University of Tübingen) – Computational Modeling of Lexical Processing with Naive Discriminative Learning

Emmanuel Keuleers (Tilburg University) – Crowds, Words, and Networks: A Transaction-Based View on Studying Language Processing

Aki-Juhani Kyröläinen (McMaster University) & Vincent Porretta (University of Windsor) – Introduction to Linear Mixed-Effects Modeling in R

Gary Libben (Brock University) – Building and Combining Your own Behavioural Psycholinguistic Techniques for Pure and Applied Research

Vincent Porretta (University of Windsor) – Introduction to R

Debra Titone (McGill University) & Jason Gullifer (McGill University) – Capitalizing on our Communicative & Neurocognitive Diversity: A Selective Overview of Why and How We Study Individual Differences in Language Processing

Benjamin V. Tucker (University of Alberta) – Using Speech in Psycholinguistics: From Speech Synthesis to Spoken Word Recognition

Jacolien Van Rij (University of Groningen) & Juhani Järvikivi (University of Alberta) – The Visual World Paradigm Step-by-Step Eye-tracking for Spoken Language Research

2017 STEP

May 15-20, 2017

Shanley Allen (University of Kaiserslautern) – Scientific Writing in Psycholinguistics

Harald Baayen (University of Tübingen) – Implicit Grammar: A Discriminative Perspective on Language and Language Processing

Juhani Järvikivi & Vincent Porretta (University of Alberta) – Exploring Visual World Eye-Tracking and Pupillometry 

Vincent Porretta (University of Alberta) – Introduction to R  

Vincent Porretta (University of Alberta) & Aki-Juhani Kyröläinen (University of Turku) – Advanced Statistical Workshop: Generalized Additive Mixed Models 

Vincent Porretta (University of Alberta) & Aki-Juhani Kyröläinen (University of Turku) – Linear Mixed Effects Modeling and Data Visualization

Debra Titone (McGill University) – Eye Movement Methods to Investigate Bilingual Reading

Benjamin V. Tucker (University of Alberta) – Using Speech in Psycholinguistics: From Speech Synthesis to Spoken Word Recognition

2016 STEP

2106 STEP group

May 16-21, 2016

Harald Baayen (University of Tübingen) – Implicit Grammar 

Gary Libben (Brock University) – Simple Approaches to Building and Combining New Behavioral Psycholinguistic Techniques 

Johanne Paradis (University of Alberta) – Conducting Research with Bilingual Children: Topics and Methods

Vincent Porretta (University of Alberta) – An Introduction to R and Psycholinguistic Data Analysis

Anne-Michelle Tessier & Kayla Day (University of Alberta) – Methods in Phonological Acquisition Analysis

Benjamin V. Tucker & Daniel Brenner (University of Alberta) – Using Speech in Psycholinguistics: From Speech Synthesis to Spoken Word Recognition 

Jacolien Van Rij (University of Groningen), Vincent Porretta & Juhani Järvikivi (University of Alberta) – Exploring the Visual World Eye-Tracking Paradigm: Introduction and Data Collection & Analyzing the Time Course of Eyetracking Data 

Jacolien van Rij (University of Groningen) An Introduction to Using GAMMs for Analyzing Eyetracking Data

2015 STEP

STEP 2015 group

May 19-23, 2015

Harald Baayen (University of Tübingen) – Implicit Morphology

Herbert Colston (University of Alberta) – Figurative Language and Experimental Psycholinguistics: Converging Paradigms and Measures

Juhani Järvikivi (University of Alberta) & Jacolien Van Rij (University of Tübingen) – Exploring the Visual World Eye-Tracking Paradigm: Introduction and Data Collection

Gary Libben (Brock University) – The Psycholinguistics of Complex Words in Creative Minds

Vincent Porretta & Antti Arppe (University of Alberta) – A Short Overview and Introduction to Statistics and R

Benjamin V. Tucker (University of Alberta) – Using Speech in Psycholinguistics: From Speech Synthesis to Spoken Word Recognition

Jacolien Van Rij (University of Tübingen) & Juhani Järvikivi (University of Alberta) – Exploring the Visual World Eye-Tracking Paradigm: Analyzing the Time Course of Eye-Tracking Data

2014 STEP

May 19-23, 2014

Antti Arppe (University of Alberta) – Introduction to Modeling Naive Discriminative Learning

Herbert Colston (University of Alberta) – Figurative Language and Experimental Psycholinguistics: Converging Paradigms and Measures

Gary Libben (Brock University) – The Psycholinguistics of Complex Words in Creative Minds

Antoine Tremblay (Dalhousie University) – EEG Data in R: Formatting, Pre-processing, and Statistical Analysis

Benjamin V. Tucker (University of Alberta) – Using Speech in Psycholinguistics: From Speech Synthesis to Spoken Word Recognition

Jacolien Van Rij (University of Tübingen) & Juhani Järvikivi (University of Alberta) – Exploring the Visual World Eye-Tracking Paradigm: From Data Collection to Statistical Analysis