Final Programme

Book of Abstracts and Information About the Conference

Monday 4/06
8.10 Registration
9.00 Conference opening
9.10 Talk session 1: Reading
[T1.1] You that read wrong again! A transposed-word effect in grammaticality judgments
Jonathan Mirault, Joshua Snell & Jonathan Grainger
[T1.2] Syntactic prediction as active number maintenance in subject-verb agreement
Bojana Ristic, Simona Mancini & Nicola Molinaro
[T1.3] How well do reading measures correlate? Effects of language context and repeated presentations
Nicolas Dirix, Marc Brysbaert & Wouter Duyck
[T1.4] Binocular coordination during reading: Disconjugacy and a division of labour between the right and left eye in reading English and Chinese
Ruomeng Zhu, Richard Shillcock & Mateo Obregón
[T1.5] BA tool for extracting phonetically balanced and phonetically rich texts from corpora
George Christodoulides
10.50 Coffee break
11.10 Talk session 2: Word processing
[T2.1] What am I reading? Investigating the impact of features on model fit in word reading
Stéphan Tulkens, Dominiek Sandra & Walter Daelemans
[T2.2] Orthographic neighbor co-activation in a letter search task: The role of the lexical representation
Gabriela Meade, Jonathan Grainger & Phillip J. Holcomb
[T2.3] Incidental learning of English in children: how do word-related variables influence receptive vocabulary learning?
Vanessa De Wilde, Marc Brysbaert & June Eyckmans
[T2.4] Pupil dilation reflects increased processing load for salient variables
Vincent Boswijk, Hanneke Loerts, Matt Coler & Nanna Haug Hilton
[T2.5] Can prediction-based distributional semantic models predict typicality?
Tom Heyman & Geert Heyman
12.50 Lunch
13.50 Talk session 3: Communication
[T3.1] Referential gaze in spoken language comprehension: Human speaker vs. virtual agent listener gaze
Eva Maria Nunnemann, Kirsten Bergmann, Helene Kreysa & Pia Knoeferle
[T3.2] Do effects of habitual speech rate normalization on perception extend to self?
Merel Maslowski, Antje S. Meyer & Hans Rutger Bosker
[T3.3] Does reading ability predict individual differences in the syntactic processing of spoken language?
Saoradh Favier, Antje Meyer & Falk Huettig
[T3.4] The effects of accented speech on knowledge acquisition
Teresa L. Turco, Elise W.M. Hopman & Maryellen C. MacDonald
15.10 Coffee & Poster session 1
[P1.1] Immediate feedback is critical for learning from your own productions
Elise Hopman & Martin Zettersten
[P1.2] How does learning to read shape the neural representation of spoken and written language?
Adam Jowett, Joanne Taylor, Angelika Lingnau & Kathy Rastle
[P1.3] The Parametrisation of language in L1 acquisition and the cross-modal development of pre-school children
Nico Blanco, Mihaela Marchis Moreno & Thorben Neitzke
[P1.4] Analysing the individual spelling performance of multilingual pupils in French and its development after an intervention training
Natalia Bilici, Sonja Ugen, Michel Fayol & Constanze Weth
[P1.5] Does reformed words enhance meaning-form correlation?
Hana Jee & Richard Shillcock
[P1.6] Mind-wandering states during bilingual reading
Natalia Dubinkina, Edwige Sijyeniyo, Wouter Broos, Matthias Franken, Alice Foucart & Robert Hartsuiker
[P1.7] Competing vowels facilitate the recognition of unfamiliar L2 targets in bilinguals: The role of phonetic experience
Bartosz Brzoza
[P1.8] The effect of bilingualism on reading. Gradual cognate effects in Frisian-Dutch bilingual children, an eye-tracking study
Naomi Nota & Evelyn Bosma
[P1.9] Impact of bilingualism in lexical processing among children with specific language impairment.
Florian Salomé, Montserrat Comesaña Vila & Séverine Casalis
[P1.10] Performance monitoring in the first and second language
Wouter Broos, Wouter Duyck & Robert J. Hartsuiker
[P1.11] Order restrictions of attributive adjectives in slovenian: A self-paced reading study
Vesna Plesničar
[P1.12] Lexical and phonological precision for word and pseudoword recognition in skilled readers
Mahmoud Elsherif, Linda R. Wheeldon & Steven Frisson
[P1.13] From lexical categories to acceptable lexical choices: A discriminative learning approach
Giovanni Cassani, Robert Grimm, Harald Baayen, Walter Daelemans & Steven Gillis
[P1.14] Cognitive reading mechanisms and associated abilities in deaf Lebanese children
Mirna Mattar & Jacqueline Leybaert
[P1.15] Preschool language profile as a predictor of reading disabilities among children with language impairment
Camille Cornut & Séverine Casalis
[P1.16] The neurocognitive profile of dyslexia and dyscalculia in children: A behavioral and DTI tractography study
Jolijn Vanderauwera, Astrid De Vos, Stephanie J Forkel, Marco Catani, Jan Wouters, Maaike Vandermosten & Pol Ghesquière
[P1.17] How students with dyslexia can optimize reading
Liset Rouweler, Wim Tops & Ben Maassen
[P1.18] Gender and number agreement processing in Dutch adults with developmental dyslexia: an ERP study
Aida Salčić, Srđan Popov, Wim Tops & Roelien Bastiaanse
[P1.19] Subject production and interpretation in Greek and Spanish: evidence from monolingualism and bilingualism
Aretousa Giannakou
16.30 Keynote 1: Falk Huettig

The culturally co-opted mind and brain

19.30 Conference dinner

Tuesday 5/06
09.30 Talk session 4: Language production
[T4.1] Effects of phonological, lexical, and semantic overlap on the production of sentence structure
Chi Zhang, Sarah Bernolet & Robert J. Hartsuiker
[T4.2] Opposing and following responses in sensorimotor speech control: Why responses go both ways
Matthias Franken, Daniel J. Acheson, James M. McQueen, Peter Hagoort & Frank Eisner
[T4.3] Linguistic statistical associations predict category member production
Briony Banks, Cai Wingfield & Louise Connell
[T4.4] Do speech registers also rely on language representations? Evidence from switching between formal and informal language
Mathieu Declerck, Iva Ivanova, Jonathan Grainger & Jon Andoni Duñabeitia
10.50 Coffee break
11.10 Talk session 5: Bilingualism and L2 processing
[T5.1] Memory for texts in a non-native language: disentangling the recall cost
Heleen Vander Beken & Marc Brysbaert
[T5.2] The perceptual span of L2 English speakers with different L1 alphabetic systems
Mariia Naumovets, Leigh Fernandez & Shanley Allen
[T5.3] How I learned L2 words influences how I process them: the effect of learning method on connections between L2 words and conceptual system
Gary Boddaert, Yann Coello & Séverine Casalis
[T5.4] Prediction of semantics during L2 and L1 listening: effects of a cognitive load
Aster Dijkgraaf, Robert Hartsuiker & Wouter Duyck
[T5.5] The central processing bottleneck during word production: Comparing simultaneous interpreters, bilinguals and monolinguals
Longjiao Caroline Sui, Haidee Kruger & Helen Slatyer
12.50 Lunch
13.50 Keynote 2: Sarah Bernolet

The interplay of implicit and explicit memory effects in sentence production: Evidence from syntactic priming within and between languages

14.50 Coffee & Poster session 2
[P2.1] Measuring the knowledge and usage of the grammatical information encoded in stem-vowel alternations in German strong verbs during real-time sentence comprehension
Eva Koch , Aline Godfroid & Alex Housen
[P2.2] Complex noun phrases: The influence of length and type on processing time
Alice Johnson , Anna Grün, Shanley Allen & Leigh Fernandez
[P2.3] The role of linguistic and sensorimotor information in the basic-level advantage
Rens van Hoef , Louise Connell & Dermot Lynott
[P2.4] Moses or Noah? A case of ‘potato-potahto’ when using a foreign language
Sara Dhaene, Nicolas Dirix & Evy Woumans
[P2.5] Distributional nuggets for lexical categories: Finding the useful information in co-occurrence patterns
Giovanni Cassani, Robert Grimm, Steven Gillis & Walter Daelemans
[P2.6] How to count stuff: Conceptual shifts in German noun countability
Natalja S. Beckmann & Peter Indefrey
[P2.7] The role of lexical access in working memory for concepts
Agata Dymarska & Louise Connell
[P2.8] The influence of L1 reading direction on the L2 perceptual span size
Kristina Kolesova, Linda Laryea, Ricarda Bothe & Leigh Fernandez
[P2.9] Saving five people or two: The foreign language effect persists
Evy Woumans, Sofie Ameloot & Wouter Duyck
[P2.10] Anticipatory eye movements while processing WH-dependencies in a second language
Sonja Sudimac, Tawhida Jahan & Leigh Fernandez
[P2.11] Planning scope in a second language
Felicity F. Frinsel & Robert J. Hartsuiker
[P2.12] Semantic interference in the brain: An fNIRS study
Toru Hitomi & Robert J. Hartsuiker
[P2.13] Development of shared syntactic representations in second language learning: Evidence from syntactic priming
Merel Muylle, Sarah Bernolet & Robert J. Hartsuiker
[P2.14] Are children from a low SES sensitive to morphological units?
Alicia Rassel & Séverine Casalis
[P2.15] Representation of morphologically complex words in the mental lexicon: An ERP study
Flavia De Simone, Rosa Storzillo & Simona Collina
[P2.16] A multiple threshold model of categorization
Steven Verheyen & Paul Egré
[P2.17] Can affordable equipment produce good results?
Eva Matthias, Tori Larsen, Per Olav Folgerø & Christer Johansson
16.10 Marie Curie session
17.10 Closing remarks