XX International Symposium on Psycholinguistics and Communication Theory "Russian Psycholinguistics: Results and Prospects"
RUDN University together with Lomonosov Moscow State University is holding the XX International Symposium on Psycholinguistics and Communication Theory “Russian Psycholinguistics: Results and Prospects”. RUDN University invites leading researchers from different cities to participate in the event, as well as to enhance its academic reputation. The guests of the university are planning to take part in the international symposium as experts and key speakers, make reports at the plenary session and participate in breakout sessions.
The reports will be made by:
- Professor Larisa Butakova (Omsk, Russia): “Native speakers’ linguistic competence and language consciousness: a trend study”;
- Professor Tatyana Gridina (Ekaterinburg, Russia): “Speech-production potential of the word form: experimental data”;
- Professor Natalya Nesterova (Perm, Russia): “Translation as a hermeneutical task”;
- Professor Natalya Peshkova (Ufa, Russia): “Text perception and text comprehension: new trends in verbal communication”;
- Professor Elena Kharchenko (Chelyabinsk, Russia): “Territory markers in associative dictionaries”;
- Professor Irian Shaposhnikova (Novosibirsk, Russia): “Vectors of semantic accentuations in the Russian language personality through the lens of associative grammar”
- and many others.
The participants of the symposium are supposed to discuss the results of the development of Russian psycholinguistics from 1966 up to the present reflected in the monograph published in 2021 under the editorship of professors Iosif Sternin, Natalya Ufimtseva and Elena Myagkova. In addition, the participants are intended to highlight key areas of activity for the coming years.