Programme

Friday, December 18

9:15-9:45 Registration

9:45-10:00 Opening remarks by Tatiana Chernigovskaya

10:00-11:00 Keynote Lecture 1: Controlling competition in speaking: Brain potentials to morphological encoding during language production. Harald Clahsen

11:00-11:25 Coffee break

11:25-13:05 Session 1

  • 11:25-11:50 Relative clause processing in Turkish. Emine Yarar, Talat Bulut.
  • 11:50-12:15 Picture-Sentence Mismatches in the Blank Screen Paradigm. Katharina Wendler, Michele Burigo, Pia Knoeferle.
  • 12:15-12:40 The role of second language proficiency (L2) on semantic priming: Evidence from bilingual adult Russian (L1) – English (L2) speakers. Evgenia Volkovyskaya, Ilhan Raman, Bahman Baluch.
  • 12:40-13:05 How number attraction affects the comprehension of grammatical sentences. Katja Suckow.

13:05-14:00 Lunch break (sandwiches will be provided, one can buy hot food in the canteen)

14:00-15:40 Session 2

  • 14:00-14:25 Imageability and past tense: imageability effects are not limited to irregular verbs. Filip Smolík.
  • 14:25-14:50 Online neurophysiological measures of lexicon acquisition. Yury Shtyrov.
  • 14:50-15:15 Extended syllable cues in tip-of-the-tongue resolution. Nina Jeanette Sauer.
  • 15:15-15:40 Sleep–related consolidation of new form–meaning mappings in adult language learning. Anastasia Roshchupkina, Jelena Mirkovic, Gareth Gaskell.

15:40-16:05 Coffee break

16:05-17:45 Session 3

  • 16:05-16:30 Number attraction in Serbian: What is more attractive? Bojana Ristić, Nicola Molinaro, Simona Mancini.
  • 16:30-16:55 The role of intonation for spoken word recognition: Experimental evidence. Olga Raeva, Elena Riekhakaynen.
  • 16:55-17:20 Sources of processing difficulty in relative clauses: Evidence from Russian. Iya Khelm Price, Jeffrey Witzel.

17:20-17:30 Short break

17:30-18:30 Keynote Lecture 2: Assessing lexical development in bilingual children. Hanne Gram Simonsen.

18:30-20:00 Posters with reception

Saturday, December 19

10:00-11:00 Keynote Lecture 3: Dialogue mechanisms for mutual understanding. Simon Garrod

11:00-11:25 Coffee break

11:25-13:05 Session 4

  • 11:25-11:50 Voluntary naming in bilinguals: Effects of subliminal priming on language selection. Seema Prasad, Ramesh Kumar Mishra.
  • 11:50-12:15 Overlap and interface between simulated knowledge representations. Andriy Myachykov.
  • 12:15-12:40 Spatial Semantics of 506 Russian Nouns. Alex Miklashevsky.
  • 12:40-13:05 Prosodic factors influencing vowel reduction in Russian. Daniil Kocharov, Tatiana Kachkovskaia, Pavel Skrelin.

13:05-14:00 Lunch break (sandwiches will be provided, one can buy hot food in the canteen)

14:00-15:40 Session 5

  • 14:00-14:25 Language as is: a multimodal initiative. Andrej A. Kibrik, Olga V. Fedorova.
  • 14:25-14:50 The role of syncretism in number agreement: New evidence from Russian. Natalia Slioussar.
  • 14:50-15:15 Individual Differences in Suprasegmental Prosody: L2 Acquisition versus L1 Attrition. Lindy Comstock.
  • 15:15-15:40 Schalter, šapka, šaška – An Eye Tracking Study of Coactivation in the Mental Lexicon of Russian-German Bilinguals. Christina Clasmeier, Eva Belke, Tanja Anstatt.

15:40-16:05 Coffee break

16:05-17:45 Session 6

  • 16:05-16:30 The role of visual representations in optic aphasia. Enrico Cipriani.
  • 16:30-16:55 Developing a Russian test for speech mapping during awake craniotomy. Anna Chrabaszcz, Svetlana Buklina, Valeria Tolkacheva, Anna Poddubskaya, Olga Dragoy.
  • 16:55-17:20 MEG correlates of short-term grammatical plasticity: Grammatical number processing in Spanish learners of Basque. Ainhoa Bastarrika Iriarte, Cesar Caballero, Douglas J. Davidson.
  • 17:20-17:45 Mixing languages in formal schooling: Where are the negative consequences? Eneko Antón, Guillaume Thierry, Alexander Goborov, Jon Andoni Duñabeitia.

17:45-18:00 Short break

18:00-19:00 Keynote Lecture 4: Half empty or half full? Nonnative lexical access. Kira Gor

19:00-19:15 Conference closure

Poster session:

  1. Strength of the recent event preference: the case of verb-action incongruence. Dato Abashidze, Pia Knoeferle.
  2. A letter visual-similarity matrix for the Russian alphabet. Svelana Alexeeva, Alena Konina.
  3. Sign therapy? Language assessment on pre and post intervention in atypical sign language. Felipe Venâncio Barbosa.
  4. The Effect of Interlocutor’s Language Modality on Deaf Children’s Pragmatic Profile and Communication. Felipe Venâncio Barbosa, Ida Lichtig.
  5. The characteristics of heterosensory priming in children of preschool age with typical and atypical development. Ludmila V. Cherenkova, Ludmila V. Sokolova, Lina F. Musina.
  6. Perception patterns of static and dynamic texts: An experimental study of Russian. Alexandra Dobrego,Tatiana Petrova.
  7. Speaker Compensation for Physical Obstacles in the Mouth Due to EMA Experiment Setup. Olga Glotova, Elena Sujundukova.
  8. The role of lexical gender values in transfer of syntactic gender features in Russian L1 and Spanish L2 learners. Alena Kirova.
  9. Developing a language subtest to assess expressive agrammatism: data of healthy controls and individuals with aphasia. Anastasia Kobzeva, Maria V. Ivanova, Olga V. Dragoy.
  10. The use of gender marking for predictive processing in Norwegian. Yulia Rodina, Bjorn Lundquist, Irina Sekerina, Marit Westergaard.
  11. The Font-Size Effect in Judgments of Learning with Sentences. Beatriz Martín-Luengo, Karlos Luna, Pedro B. Albuquerque.
  12. Neuronal networks activated during verbal and spatial mental operations. Olga Martynova, Galina Portnova, Vladislav Balaev, Alexey Ivanitskii
  13. An ERP study on Russian auditory word processing. Kristina Memetova, Aleksander Aleksandrov, Lyudmila Stankevich.
  14. Processing of simple and suffixed Russian words: structural and semantic priming effect. Olga Nagel, Irina Temnikova.
  15. The word in itself: what else affects multimodal perception of verbal stimuli? Elena D. Nekrasova.
  16. Priming “Author-Reader” Interaction. Yulia A. Nenasheva, Anna D. Enina.
  17. The acceptable reduction degree for successful spoken word recognition. Yulia Nigmatulina.
  18. Crosslinguistic facilitation and inhibition in a masked priming task: an ERP study. Nikolay Novitskiy, Andriy Myachikov, Yury Shtyrov
  19. Role of attention in sentence production. Mikhail Pokhoday, Andriy Myachykov.
  20. Eye-catching ambiguity: an eye-tracking study of ambiguity resolution. Veronika Prokopenya, Daria Chernova.
  21. Biliteracy development in two orthographically distinct alphabetic writing systems: Evidence from Turkish and English speaking children in the UK. Ilhan Raman, Evren Raman.
  22. Effects of derivational semantics on mental comparison. Zoya Rezanova, Elena Nekrasova, Konstantin Shilyaev.
  23. Processing differences between synthetic and root compounds. Stefanie Rößler, Thomas Weskott, Anke Holler.
  24. Derivational links influence lexical access: Evidence from Russian verbs and nouns. Natalia Slioussar, Anastasia Chuprina
  25. Investigating comprehension of nouns and verbs: accuracy and reaction time data. Olga Soloukhina, Maria Ivanova, Dmitry Isaev, Yulia Akinina.
  26. ERP Study of Case Agreement Attraction in Russian. Anya Stetsenko, Natalia Slioussar, Maxim Kireev
  27. Tongue tip stiffness in Russian trills and laterals. Taja Stoll, Phil Hoole, Jonathan Harrington.
  28. Bilinguals’ processing of cognates in native language environment. Irina Temnikova, Olga Nagel.
  29. Good and bad are green and black: Evidence from a Stroop effect. Elina Tsigeman, Oksana V. Tsaregorodtseva.
  30. Russian declensional paradigms from the perspective of the informational approach. Maria D. Vasilyeva.
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