Chunking in Language
Units of meaning and processing
How can we understand fast-flowing speech? Ordinary speech may not strike us as particularly fast, but it fleets by inexorably, leaving no trace. We must be quick about processing it, because it will not last. While we are making sense of what we are just hearing, there is more coming in, and our working memory has very limited capacity. The CLUMP project research team is investigating the ways in which humans chunk up real-time speech rapidly into processable, meaningful units that enable them to succeed in making sense of it.
How do humans make sense of a continuous, fleeting stream of real-time speech, where what we have just heard is continually replaced by new...
Participation in SNL2019
Members of CLUMP project introduced their research at the 11th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language.
Workshop on investigating language using MEG
The CLUMP team took part in an educational course on application of MEG in studying language.