Séminaire « The issue of sequential and parallel processing in language production: Insights from neurophysiological data » – 25 janvier 2018

La conférence se déroulera de 10h à 11h, en amphi 031, à la MSHS.

Résumé :

The stages involved in mental information processing can be distinguished on the basis of various criteria, including the timing with which they operate. There, a primary distinction has been made between sequential and parallel architectures. Donders’s (1868/1969) influential hypothesis and its variants postulate that cognitive stages can operate
sequentially, that is, without temporal overlap.

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