John Kingston writes:
NEST 2016 (= New England Sequence and Timing) will be held in N400 on Saturday, 5 March. Rebecca Spencer, of Psychological and Brain Sciences, and I have been hosting the meeting since Bruno Repp, of Haskins Labs, retired 3 years ago. If you have work that addresses how people control the sequence or timing of events in speaking or how they perceive sequences and timing in speech, you should consider submitting a title and abstract to me. Getting a speaking slot is on a first-come-first-served basis, so don't dilly-dally. If you're interested in these phenomena, you should consider attending.