Topics (Sections) of the Conference

Section 1. Methodology and theory of psycholinguistics. Methods of psycholinguistic research.

Section 2. The image of the human’s (child’s) world and verbal consciousness.

Section 3. Verbal and non-verbal means of influencing consciousness.

Section 4. Psycholinguistics of narration and discourse.

Section 5. Applied aspects of psycholinguistics (psycholinguistics in linguodidactics and correctional pedagogy, pathopsychology, aphasiology; psycholinguistics in engineering, military, space, forensic psychology and criminology, political psychology; in the problems of artificial intelligence, machine translation, information and search systems and computer technologies.

Section 6. Speech perception and understanding. Speaking. Reading. Writing. Internal Speech.

Section 7. Psycholinguistics of Speech Communication and Intercourse.

Section 8. Psycholinguistic aspects of personality problems (linguistic, speech, discursive, communicative). Virtual personality in a communicative space.

Section 9. Psycholinguodidactics (psycholinguistics in language teaching – native, second, foreign).

Section 10. Psycholinguistics of development (different stages of speech-language ontogeny).

Section 11. Reflective psycholinguistics.

Section 12. Language competence and language competency of a person (child).

Section 13. Bilingualism and multilingualism.

Section 14. Psycholinguistic studies of precedent phenomena.

Section 15. Ethno-psycholinguistics.

Section 16. Language and a social context. Dialogue.

Section 17. Psycholinguistics of translation.

Section 18. Language as a multifaceted phenomenon: the specifics of language implementation (native, second, dominant, foreign).

Section 19. Modern psychophonosemantics. Problems of psycholinguistic lexicography. Psycholinguistics and syntax. Textual semantics.

Section 20. Transnational and transcultural problems of language in contemporary society.

Option (please suggest other possible topics).