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Marzi, Claudia

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    The dynamic nature of modern human social interactions, and the increasing capability of wireless and mobile devices for creating and sharing contents, open up the opportunity for a wide dissemination of information through complex knowledge sharing systems. The development of digital technologies and the continuous evolution of telecommunication networks are rapidly heading our society towards a culture of participation and to a more and more interactive communication. Adaptive networking pr...

    Neuroimaging: mania, revolution, or technological evolution? - A critical review

    Imaging has become an increasingly important tool in both research and clinical care. A range of neuroimaging technologies provide unprecedented sensitivity to visualisation of brain structure (i.e. anatomy) and function (i.e. physiology) from the level of individual molecules to the whole brain. Many imaging methods are non-invasive and allow dynamic processes to be monitored over time. Imaging is enabling researchers to identify neural networks involved in cognitive processes; understand di...

    Lexical acquisition in bilingual contexts: aspects of (extra)linguistic and psycholinguistic modeling

    The overall research goals of this bilateral action have been to focus on cognitive and extra-linguistic factors involved in bilingual word recognition, with a view to exploring implications, requirements and constraints on computational models of bilingual acquisition. In particular, the cross visits intended to investigate linguistic, extra-linguistic and psycholinguistic issues which are generally assumed to have a bearing on aspects of bilingual lexicon acquisition and word processing, wi...

    Innovation, language, and the web

    Language and innovation are inseparable. Language conveys ideas which are essential in corporate innovation; innovation would be nearly impossible if we did not have language. Language establishes the most immediate connections with our conceptualisation of the outside world, and it provides the building blocks for communication. The structure of language itself reflects its functional and communicative use. Communication takes place when there is a real information exchange process. Every li...

    1st NetWrodS Workshop on "Understanding the Architecture of the Mental Lexicon:Integration of Existing Approaches"

    The 1st NetWordS Workshop, held on the 24th, 25th and 26th of November 2011 in the Research Area of the Italian National Research Council, brought together 37 participants (Scholars, Post-Docs, PhD students) from various European countries. Eighteen speakers, experts of various scientific domain and with different theoretical inclinations, discussed cross-disciplinary approaches to the Understanding of the Architecture of Mental Lexicon, reflecting the interdisciplinarity and synergy fostered...

    Word knowledge and word usage - Representations and processes in the mental lexicon

    The final NetWordS Conference, held on the 30th and 31st of March, and 1st of April 2015 in Pisa, was convened by Prof. Pier Marco Bertinetto, Dr. Vito Pirrelli and Dr. Claudia Marzi, and brought together 91 participants (scholars, Post-Docs, PhD students) from numerous European, and some non-European, countries. A 3-day schedule involved all participants in a focused, cross-disciplinary discussion on representations and processes in the mental lexicon. People are known to understand, memoris...

    First 'NetWordS'Workshop on Understanding the Architecture of the Mental Lexicon: Integration of Existing Approaches

    The ambitious goal of the workshop, organised within the framework of "NetWordS", the European Science Foundation Research Networking Programme on the Structure of Words in the languages of Europe, was to lay the foundations for an interdisciplinary European research agenda on the Mental Lexicon for the coming 10 years, with particular emphasis on three main challenges: . Lexicon and Rules in the grammar . Word knowledge and word use . Words and meanings

    Innovation, Language, and The Web

    Language and innovation are inseparable. Language conveys ideas which are essential in innovation, establishes the most immediate connections with our conceptualisation of the outside world, and provides the building blocks for communication. Every linguistic choice is necessarily meaningful, and it involves the parallel construction of form and meaning. From this perspective, language is a dynamic knowledge construction process. In this article, emphasis will be laid on investigating ...

    Word knowledge and word usage: a foreword

    This special issue, together with its companion issue to appear in Italian Journal of Linguistics, stems from the NetWordS Final Conference "Word knowledge and word usage: representations and processes in the mental lexicon". The conference, held on the 30th and 31st of March, and the 1st of April 2015 in Pisa, concluded the 4-year NetWordS project, the European Network of Word Structure funded by the European Science Foundation within the Research Networking Programme. In line with the highl...

    Words In Action: Interdisciplinary Approaches To Understanding Word Processing And Storage

    Almost all levels of language knowledge and processing (from phonology, to syntax and semantics) are known to be affected by knowledge of word structure at varying degrees. A better understanding of the human strategies involved in learning and processing word structure thus lies at the heart of our comprehension of the basic mechanisms serving both language and cognition and is key to addressing some fundamental challenges for the study of the physiology of grammar. On the 12th and 13th of O...
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