Poster Sessions

Session #

Time & Location / Topics Being Presented

Session A

Thursday, October 15, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, French and Walton Rooms

 

Auditory Perception, Speech Perception, Audiovisual Integration; Gesture, Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes; Language Development, Plasticity, Multilingualism; Language Disorders; Lexical Semantics; Methods

Session B

Thursday, October 15, 4:00 – 6:00 pm, French and Walton Rooms

 

Auditory Perception, Speech Perception, Audiovisual Integration; Language Development, Plasticity, Multilingualism; Language Disorders; Lexical Semantics; Orthographic Processing, Writing, Spelling; Syntax, Morphology

Session C

Friday, October 16, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, French and Walton Rooms

 

Control, Selection, Working Memory; Language Development, Plasticity, Multilingualism; Language Disorders; Lexical Semantics; Methods; Motor Control, Speech Production, Sensorimotor Integration; Signed Language; Syntax, Morphology

Session D

Friday, October 16, 1:30 – 3:30 pm, French and Walton Rooms

 

Discourse, Combinatorial Semantics; Language Development, Plasticity, Multilingualism; Lexical Semantics; Motor Control, Speech Production, Sensorimotor Integration; Orthographic Processing, Writing, Spelling; Phonology, Phonological Working Memory; Syntax, Morphology

Session E

Friday, October 16, 5:30 – 7:30 pm, French and Walton Rooms

 

Animal Communication; Language Development, Plasticity, Multilingualism; Language Disorders; Lexical Semantics; Motor Control, Speech Production, Sensorimotor Integration; Orthographic Processing, Writing, Spelling; Phonology, Phonological Working Memory; Syntax, Morphology

Session F

Saturday, October 17, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, French and Walton Rooms

 

Auditory Perception, Speech Perception, Audiovisual Integration; Discourse, Combinatorial Semantics; Language Development, Plasticity, Multilingualism; Language Disorders; Lexical Semantics; Motor Control, Speech Production, Sensorimotor Integration

Poster Assignments

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Board

Title

Last, First

Poster Session A

A1

Nonsense word sequences elicit comparable nested oscillations in intracranial recordings from human and monkey auditory cortex

Kikuchi, Yukiko

A2

An Investigation of Executive Function Resources in Audiovisual Speech Comprehension: an fMRI Study

Fitzhugh, Megan C.

A3

Neuropsychological and neuroanatomical factors associated with speech-in-noise perception in aging

Altonji, Kathryn

A4

Musical Training in Adulthood Enhances Processing of Acoustic Features for Speech

Jantzen, McNeel

A5

Structural Integrity of the Semantic Network is associated with Selective Attention Performance across Age

Kassel, Michelle T.

A6

Cingulo-opercular interactions with auditory cortex activity during speech recognition in noise

Vaden Jr., Kenneth I.

A7

Speaker information affects false recognition of unstudied lexical-semantic associates

Luthra, Sahil

A8

Components of name recognition explored with fMRI during propofol sedation

Gross, William

A9

An fMRI study investigating effects of conceptually related sentences on the perception of degraded speech

Guediche, Sara

A10

Identifying the direction of logarithmic frequency sweeps is affected both by rate and extent of frequency change

McClaskey, Carolyn

A11

Brain mechanisms for processing phonetic and emotional information in speech

Zhang, Yang

A12

Who’s laughing now? Emotional authenticity impairs the perception of indexical cues in non-verbal vocalizations.

Lavan, Nadine

A13

Amplitude and phase spectra information contribute to speech intelligibility and melody recognition differently

Broussard, Sierra

A14

Resting GABA concentration predicts induced auditory gamma power and FM discrimination thresholds

Hancock, Roeland

A15

Audiovisual Speech Integration in Children with ASD and TD.

Irwin, Julia

A16

Audiovisual integration in the presence of auditory and visual noise: Analysis of behavior and eye movements

Fillmore, Paul

A17

Examining the neural correlates of Rapid automatized naming (RAN) in dyslexia

Jhala, Shivraj

A18

Speech-evoked brainstem responses relate to KIAA0319 variants and phonological skills in pre-reading children: a biomarker for dyslexia?

Neef, Nicole

A19

Sensitivity to speech distributional information in children with autism: a MEG study

Qi, Zhenghan

A20

Neural impairment of tone language speakers with congenital amusia: An fMRI study

Zhang, Caicai

A21

Perceptual Restoration of Masked Speech in Human Cortex

Leonard, Matthew

A22

Category specificity, hubs, and time course of semantic brain activation: a neurocomputational model

Tomasello, Rosario

A23

Individual differences in visemic representations and their relationship to lip-reading and speech-in-noise perception – an event related potentials (ERP) study

Kaganovich, Natalya

A24

Phrasing in language and music: same or different? An event-related potential study.

Glushko, Anastasia

A25

Prosody activates theory of mind areas during speech act comprehension – fMRI evidence

Hellbernd, Nele

A26

Prosodic influences on question/answer focus in English ditransitives: An auditory ERP study

Guigelaar, Ellen

A27

Processing beat gesture in speech is gated by alpha oscillations

Dimitrova, Diana

A28

Developmental changes in the perception of emotional vocalizations

Chen, Sinead H.Y.

A29

The neural integration of pointing gesture and speech in a visual context: An fMRI study

Peeters, David

A30

Regular meter facilitates semantic integration during silent reading

Moon, Heechun

A31

Semantic integration of speech and iconic gestures: bringing the face into the picture

Vinson, David

A32

Functional brain networks underlying word and gesture production

Marstaller, Lars

A33

The neural basis of language development: Changes in lateralization over age

Olulade, Olumide

A34

Experience in learning new languages modulates rapid formation of cortical memory circuits for novel words

Kimppa, Lilli

A35

Neuro-physiological adaptation to bilingual and monolingual environments begins in infancy

Molnar, Monika

A36

Functional maturation of the sentence comprehension network in children

Croft, Louise

A37

Auditory evoked potentials to speech and nonspeech stimuli are associated with verbal skills in preschoolers

Kuuluvainen, Soila

A38

Neural mechanisms supporting successful speech comprehension in normal aging

Lee, Yune Sang

A39

Online build-up of neocortical memory traces for spoken words: specific facilitatory effects of novel semantic associations and articulatory programmes

Leminen, Alina

A40

Plasticity of white matter connectivity in phonetics experts

Vandermosten, Maaike

A41

Comparing statistical learning of syllables and pure tones using NIRS

Girard, Sandrine

A42

The sound-symbolic P3 effect: how sound-symbolism affects novel word learning

Lockwood, Gwilym

A43

Rapid changes in STG and MTG underlying automatic online build-up of novel memory traces for visually presented unattended words: MEG evidence

Partanen, Eino

A44

Brain and behavioral differences in speech segmentation between typically developing children and children with ASD

Wagley, Neelima

A45

The dyslexia-susceptibility candidate genes Kiaa0319 and Kiaa0319-Like are not required for neuronal migration in the developing mouse cortex

Guidi, Luiz

A46

Dual stream model guided treatment of aphasia

Thors, Helga

A47

Investigation of real-time spoken word processing in individual child with SLI using anatomically constrained magneto-encephalography (aMEG)

Fung, Andrea W.

A48

“She will drive the ____”: Verb-based prediction in individuals with Parkinson disease.

Santerre, Kelsey G.

A49

Pure word deafness. A clinical, linguistic, neuroimaging and funtional case report.

Calandri, Ismael Luis

A50

Modality-specific memory impairments in non-semantic primary progressive aphasia

Nilakantan, Aneesha

A51

Functional and structural connectivity following A Right-Hemisphere Stroke: An f-MRI-DTI Case Study

Ferré, Perrine

A52

Attention and Coherent, Cohesive Connected Speech in Mild Stroke

Robinson, Gail A

A53

Anatomical connectivity and communication impairments in moderate to severe traumatic brain injury

Mc Sween, Marie-Pier

A54

Hyper-synchronization of brain activity in ASD during face-to-face conversation

Jasmin, Kyle

A55

Quantifiers in speech production in corticobasal syndrome and behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia

Ash, Sharon

A56

Brain Regions Mediating Recovery of Word Reading in Phonological Aphasia: An Event-Related fMRI Study

Pillay, Sara B.

A57

A Random Forests analysis of the relationship between reading-related skills and white matter tractography

Van Dyke, Julie A.

A58

Semantic predictions during sentences processing: A Readiness Potential (RP) study

Grisoni, Luigi

A59

From sound to meaning: Neural dynamics of lexical access to conceptual representations

Kocagoncu, Ece

A60

When a hit sounds like a kiss: an electrophysiological exploration of semantic processing in visual narrative

Manfredi, Mirella

A61

On the screen, in the mind: An ERP investigation into the interaction between visuospatial information and spatial language during on-line processing

Zane, Emily

A62

Presentation Modality shapes the imageability effect on N400

Chang, Chih-Ting

A63

Cumulative effects of prior knowledge and semantic coherence during speech perception: an fMRI study

Signoret, Carine

A64

Neural correlates of visual emotion word processing

Keitel, Anne

A65

Emotion in word processing – from neurolinguistic to social significance

Kissler, Johanna

A66

EMG-recorded motor cortex response during passive action sentence processing

Courson, Melody

A67

The shape of things to come in speech production: An fMRI study of visual form interference during lexical access

de Zubicaray, Greig

A68

Form-based pre-activation during semantic priming: Evidence from ERPs

Brothers, Trevor

A69

Processing abstract concepts: The role of imageability and emotional valence

Vigliocco, Gabriella

A70

Top-down semantic influence on the left ventral occipitotemporal cortex in Chinese reading

Wang, Jin

A71

Effects of Cloze Probability and Orthographic Neighborhood on Lexical Processing During Reading.

Mihov, Neli

A72

Foveal load and parafoveal processing. An ERP study

López Pérez, Pedro Javier

A73

Interplay between semantic and syntactic information in Chinese Classifier-noun agreement: An ERP comparison

Chou, Chia-Ju

A74

Dissociating neural effects of semantic and syntactic category on lexical processing

Lapinskaya, Natalia

A75

Dynamic interactions between frequency and predictability in sentential context

Vergilova, Yoana

Poster Session B

B1

Genetic variation in the effects of familial handedness on language processing

Bever, Thomas

B2

The role of familial sinistrality on hemispheric differences in syntactic processing across the lifespan

Leckey, Michelle

B3

Early and late neurological responses to preconscious form and semantic information in lexical category decision

Bell, Dane

B4

A common variant of the CNTNAP2 gene is associated with structural variation in the dorsal visual stream and language-related regions of the right hemisphere.

Udden, Julia

B5

Assessing pre-natal rhythm-based discrimination of language by fetal magnetocardiography (fMCG)

Minai, Utako

B6

How does musical experience affect auditory perception?

Krishnan, Saloni

B7

Corticocollicular influences on subcortical encoding of speech sounds

Yi, Han-Gyol

B8

Corticostriatal white matter connectivity predicts speech category learning success

Yi, Han-Gyol

B9

Exploring multivoxel classification in individual statistical analysis: an application to word level cortical representations of speech

Correia, Joao

B10

Bilingual hearing in noise: Strengths and weaknesses

Krizman, Jennifer

B11

Understanding speech perception in noise through the lens of socioeconomic status

Lam, Silvia Siu-Yin

B12

Biological markers of reading ability in the adult auditory system

Skoe, Erika

B13

Neural Encoding of Talker-Specific Phonetic Variation

Myers, Emily

B14

Speech detail that is available three months after birth is ignored when the very first words are recognized

Teickner, Claudia

B15

Exploring STG lateralization and musical experience: Coordinate-based meta-analyses

Cohn, Michelle

B16

Neural Mechanisms of Perceptual Learning of Synthetic Speech

Heald, Shannon

B17

Different mismatch responses to lexical tone and consonant in Mandarin-speaking phonological deficit preschoolers and control children

Hong, Tian

B18

Degree of Foreign Accent in Young English Learners Predicts Surface Area of the Bilateral Superior Temporal Gyrus

Archila, Pilar

B19

The auditory-brainstem response to continuous speech is modulated by the speech envelope and can inform on language processing and attention to speech

Reichenbach, Tobias

B20

Topographic representation of frequency-selective attention in human auditory cortex

Dick, Frederic

B21

A new framework to investigate hemispheric asymmetries in speech

Flinker, Adeen

B22

Investigating the factors that impact upon intelligibility processing when using TMS to target the auditory cortex.

Kennedy-Higgins, Dan

B23

A causal inference model for the McGurk effect

Magnotti, John

B24

Auditory temporal windows revealed by locally reversing Mandarin speech

Teng, Xiangbin

B25

A new acoustic space for hemispheric asymmetries investigated by dichotic listening

Kim, Taehwan Ian

B26

Effects of extended training on an incidental auditory category learning task

Roark, Casey L.

B27

Visual and Temporal Influences on Multimodal Speech Integration

Shatzer, Hannah

B28

Efficient classification of the temporal and spectral modulations essential for speech intelligibility

Venezia, Jonathan

B29

Integration of temporally asynchronous speech cues investigated with eye-tracking and electrocorticography: Brain and behavior do not always timelock to the signal.

Schreiber, Kayleen

B30

Bilingual language control in perception vs. action: MEG reveals reactive control mechanisms in anterior cingulate cortex and domain-general proactive control in dorsolateral prefrontal cortex

Blanco-Elorrieta, Esti

B31

Neural underpinnings of language switching in trilinguals: an MEG study

Hut, Suzanne

B32

ERPs reveal mechanisms of language control during L2 speech planning: Inhibitory processes observed on the Go

McClain, Rhonda

B33

Bilingualism delays manifestation of Alzheimer’s disease

Woumans, Evy

B34

Cortical Maturation Accompanying Individual Differences in Longitudinal Development of Children’s Reading Ability

Evans, Tanya

B35

Salience network manages language production of bilinguals through interaction with target brain regions

Li, Le

B36

Behavioral and neural effects of language anticipation during bilingual word production

Hoversten, Liv J.

B37

Evidence against the phenomenon of hemispheric lateralization in categorical perception

Jones, Katherine P.

B38

The impact of timing on lexical-semantic prediction in L1 and L2

Lau, Ellen

B39

Mapping the body into the brain: Neural representation of novel words learned through gestures and their impact on memory

Macedonia, Manuela

B40

Atypical language lateralization in congenital blindness

Lane, Connor

B41

Delayed language development in young children raised in institutional care is manifested in the atypical N400 component

Zhukova, Marina

B42

The relationship between inter-hemispheric resting-state connections and language development in the first year of life

Molnar, Monika

B43

Cohesion of cortical language networks in the alpha EEG band during word processing is predicted by a common polymorphism in the SETBP1 gene

Kornilov, Sergey

B44

Neurodevelopmental Trajectory of Syntactic Processing Related to Recovery or Persistence in Children Who Stutter

Usler, Evan

B45

Temporal Endogenous Attention Modulates Rule Learning in Children with Specific Language Impairment

Martinez-Alvarez, Anna

B46

The relationship between novel word learning and anomia treatment success

Copland, David

B47

Hippocampal Contributions to Language Development: Evidence of Poor Hippocampus-dependent Declarative Memory in Developmental Language Impairment (DLI)

Lee, Joanna C.

B48

Effective connectivity of the naming network in post-stroke chronic aphasia

Meier, Erin

B49

Bilingualism and language networks in the semantic variant of primary progressive aphasia.

Calandri, Ismael Luis

B50

Semantic features and concepts in the left and right angular gyrus

Reilly, Megan

B51

Surrounding linguistic context influences the role of neural oscillations underlying word learning

Zeller, Adam

B52

Cross-modal representation of spoken and written word meaning in anterodorsal pars triangularis

Liuzzi, Antonietta Gabriella

B53

Differences in resolving within-language lexical competition for monolingual and bilingual speakers – electrophysiological evidence

Zhou, Beinan

B54

Sometimes it takes three to tango: The figurative chef, recipe, and ingredients in the neural architecture of colour knowledge

Chiou, Rocco

B55

Using lexical semantic ambiguity to distinguish information-specific from domain-general processing

Graves, William

B56

Separate brain networks dynamically represent perceptual and categorical information of object concepts in the human brain

Feng, Gangyi

B57

An ERP investigation of the role of prediction and individual differences in semantic priming

Covey, Lauren

B58

Is upper better than lower? ERP correlates of letter degradation in visual word recognition

Vergara-Martinez, Marta

B59

The bilateral inferior parietal lobules in support of Chinese multi-character word recognition

Lin, Nan

B60

Neural oscillations related to word learning from auditory context

Abel, Alyson D.

B61

A Brain-Based Componential Model of Semantic Representation Correctly Classifies Words into Superordinate Categories

Fernandino, Leonardo

B62

Peripheral Response to Foveal Word Stimuli in Retinotopically Mapped V1

Hogan, John

B63

Large-scale functional networks connect differently for processing words and symbol strings

Liljeström, Mia

B64

The neural mechanisms of vertical reading fluency in competitive Scrabble players

van Hees, Sophia

B65

Examining the effective connectivity of the ventral occipito-temporal cortex during visual word processing with combined TMS-EEG

Planton, Samuel

B66

Response Retrieval and Motor Planning During Typing

Pinet, Svetlana

B67

Magnetoencephalography (MEG) evidence for the bidirectional mapping consistency between orthography and phonology in Chinese character recognition

Chen, Wei-Fan

B68

The neural underpinnings of reading skill in deaf adults

Emmorey, Karen

B69

Delta-band oscillatory phase predicts formation of syntactic phrases: electroencephalography evidence from attachment ambiguities

Meyer, Lars

B70

Do we pre-activate linguistic information when processing predictable morpho-syntactic regularities?

Klimovich-Simth, Anastasia

B71

Neural Correlates of Syntactic Movement

Europa, Eduardo

B72

The effect of degree of automaticity in processing hierarchical structure in arithmetic and language

Jeon, Hyeon-Ae

B73

Syntactic LAN and P600 effects dissociate with experience to anomalous sentences

McKnight, Shannon

B74

Expectation effects in syntactic processing – evidence from ambiguous sentence structures

Kroczek, Leon

B75

Differentiating Types of Grammatical Illusions: a Closer Look at Escher Sentences

Kelley, Patrick

Poster Session C

C1

Alpha power in young and older adults’ attention at a cocktail party

Rogers, Chad

C2

Wait for it: Predicted Error vs. Prediction Error in Language Processing

Alday, Phillip M.

C3

ERP Effects for Prominence in Reference Resolution

Monette, James R.

C4

Dissociating the effects of genetics and bilingualism during cognitive control: fMRI evidence from Spanish-English bilinguals

Vaughn, Kelly A

C5

Lesions to lateral prefrontal cortex impair control over response selection in word production

Piai, Vitoria

C6

Electrophysiological Predictors of Successful Memory During Encoding of Sentential Information Vary Based on Constraint and Predictability

Hubbard, Ryan J

C7

Structural connections of the medial prefrontal cortex: Dividing motor, semantic and default mode networks

Jackson, Rebecca L.

C8

Distinct temporal and prefrontal contributions to word retrieval in picture naming

Ries, Stephanie

C9

Inhibitory TMS over the left inferior frontal gyrus increases semantic interference in blocked-cyclic naming.

Harvey, Denise Y.

C10

Mindfulness modulates cognitive control during lexical-semantic categorization: fMRI evidence

Pandža, Nick B.

C11

Evidence for genetic regulation of the human parieto-occipital 10 Hz rhythmic activity

Renvall, Hanna

C12

Inter-region correlations as evidence for cortical dissociation between the language system and the multiple demand system

Poster Withdrawn

C13

The relationship between cognitive control and speech: a dual-task behavioral study

Diaz, Alvaro

C14

Language deficits induced by topiramate (TPM) administration

barkley, christopher

C15

Oscillatory Dynamics While Reading Poetry: A Specific Role for Pre-Stimulus Alpha

Blohm, Stefan

C16

Free Verbal fluency in Comparison with more Common Verbal Fluency Tests: an fMRI Study

Vlasova, Roza

C17

Pace of vocabulary development in preschool years is associated with individual differences in brain structure in school years

Demir, Ozlem Ece

C18

Behavioral and Neural (fMRI) Evidence for Improved Lexical Learning in a Paired Associate Learning Paradigm After a Period of Offline Consolidation

Landi, Nicole

C19

Short- and long-term effects of anodal transcranial direct current stimulation on language learning in ageing

Perceval, Garon

C20

Aging-Resilient Associations between Arcuate Fasciculus Microstructure and Vocabulary Knowledge

Teubner-Rhodes, Susan

C21

Social interaction and contextual constraints influence adult word learning

Kotz, Sonja

C22

Cortical mechanisms for rapid lexicon acquisition: online neurophysiological measures

Shtyrov, Yury

C23

Learning novel action- and object-related words – an fMRI study

Garagnani, Max

C24

Neural basis of novel word learning in Spanish-English bilinguals

Ferreira, Roberto

C25

Neural mechanisms associated with second language learning from social contexts

Jeong, Hyeonjeong

C26

Selective interference during memory consolidation of novel words in adults

Kaczer, Laura

C27

Does lexical production decline during normal ageing? An fMRI study

Baciu, Monica

C28

Does Naming Accuracy Improve Through Self-Monitoring of Errors?

Schwartz, Myrna

C29

Psychophysiological interaction analysis reveals increased connectivity between the inferior frontal lobes following left hemisphere stroke related to worse naming performance

Skipper-Kallal, Laura

C30

Object and action naming in patients before and after glioma resection

Chrabaszcz, Anna

C31

The left fusiform gyrus is the crucial region underlying the core deficits of semantic dementia

Ding, Junhua

C32

Does communication make aphasia therapy more efficient?: Evidence from a cross-over randomized controlled trial

Pulvermuller, Friedemann

C33

Improved Reading and Concurrent Increased BOLD Activation Following Intensive Aphasia Treatment

Babbitt, Edna

C34

Verb-Based Integration and Prediction in Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA)

Mack, Jennifer

C35

Functional Connectivity of Abstract and Concrete Networks in Persons with Aphasia and Neurologically Healthy Adults

Sandberg, Chaleece

C36

Perceptual and conceptual semantic dimensions: where and when?

Borghesani, Valentina

C37

The neural substrates of conceptualizing actions at varying levels of abstraction

Kemmerer, David

C38

Comparing Apples and Oranges: Does lexical ambiguity have effect on conceptual representations of ambiguous words?

Jouravlev, Olessia

C39

Early prediction effects and delayed context effects during task-free sentence comprehension

Brothers, Trevor

C40

Role of Features and Categories in the Organization of Object Knowledge: Evidence from Adaptation fMRI

Schnur, Tatiana

C41

Distinguishing concrete and abstract senses in polysemy: the role of the ventral anterior temporal lobe

Tao, Yuan

C42

The semantics of adjective-noun phrases in the brain

Fyshe, Alona

C43

Complement Coercion Revisited: The Structured Individual Hypothesis for Processing Aspectual Verbs

Lai, Yao-Ying

C44

Relationality in left inferior parietal cortex: Evidence from MEG

Williams, Adina

C45

Age-related semantic prediction reduction was associated with smaller brain activation change

Zhu, Zude

C46

Effects of prediction and contextual support on lexical processing in young and older readers as a function of language experience and working memory

Dave, Shruti

C47

ERP evidence for dynamic updating of new word knowledge

Fang, Xiaoping

C48

Reliability of language network BOLD activation

Wang, Xue

C49

From Tract Structure to Tract Function: Investigating the Arcuate Fasciculus BOLD Signal

Bailey, Stephen

C50

Brain-wide networks subserving sentence processing show distinct spectral fingerprints

Schoffelen, Jan Mathijs

C51

The Tract Terminations in the Language Network of the Temporal Lobe

Bajada, Claude Julien

C52

The use of Natural Language Processing combined with voxel-based lesion-symptom mapping in chronic post-stroke aphasia

Gleichgerrcht, Ezequiel

C53

Reliability and validity of four commonly used language mapping paradigms

Wilson, Stephen

C54

Right Cerebellum and Language Areas: a Seed Based rs-fMRI Analysis

Kuptsova, Svetlana

C55

Neural mechanisms underlying techniques for enhancing fluency in people who stutter: Same or different?

Chesters, Jennifer

C56

Disrupted feedforward but spared feedback control during speech in patients with cerebellar degeneration

Parrell, Benjamin

C57

Limb Apraxia in American Sign Language

Corina, David

C58

Beta modulation reflects name retrieval in the human anterior temporal lobe: An intracranial electrode study

Abel, Taylor

C59

The interaction between the rhythms of perceived and produced speech

Assaneo, M. Florencia

C60

Stammering and synchronised speech

Meekings, Sophie

C61

Monitoring of pitch and formant trajectories during speech in Parkinson’s disease

Mollaei, Fatemeh

C62

Microstructural differences in right hemisphere tracts of adults who stutter

Kronfeld-Duenias, Vered

C63

Objective monitoring of dysarthria in FTD-MND: a case study

Poole, Matthew

C64

Deaf signers are less reliant than hearing non-signers on fact retrieval from verbal long term memory during arithmetic processing: fMRI evidence

Andin, Josefine

C65

A neural marker of the construction of sentence meaning

Fedorenko, Evelina

C66

Neural correlates of syntactic subjecthood

Hale, John T.

C67

Examining individual differences in the processing of pronominal reference using event-related potentials

Gabriele, Alison

C68

A parametric study of hierarchical structure building in fMRI and MEG

Matchin, William

C69

Electrophysiological evidence for recovery of meaning of elliptical sentences

Ruijgrok, Bobby

C70

Hemispheric differences in processing Chinese referential expressions—an ERP investigation

Shen, Zih-Yu

C71

ERP effects of expectation and task attenuation on head reassignment in German compounds

Jalbert, Joseph

C72

ERP Signatures of Attachment Height Variations in English

Ramirez-Sarmiento, Angel

C73

Vikings who can gulp down beer mugs, cook bean cans, and slurp wine glasses: An ERP study of ambiguous heads in complex Icelandic words

Trotter, Drew

C74

Differential ERP and EEG Effects of Contextual Cue Type and Relative Clause Attachment during Sentence Reading

Boudewyn, Megan A.

C75

From minimal dependencies to sentence context: Neural correlates of agreement processing.

Quinones, Ileana

Poster Session D

D1

Pupil dilation in natural story listening during fMRI

Kandylaki, Katerina

D2

Experience with fiction influences connectivity in the extended language network

Willems, Roel

D3

Neural Oscillation Patterns during Natural Reading Vary with Text Complexity and Reading Skill

Laing, Erika J C

D4

EEG can track the time course of successful reference resolution in small visual worlds.

Brodbeck, Christian

D5

Neural basis for discourse comprehension—a quantitative meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies

Yang, Xiaohong

D6

Simulation and mental imagery of complex events: differences and communalities.

Hartung, Franziska

D7

The language network and the Theory of Mind network show synchronized activity during naturalistic language comprehension

Paunov, Alexander

D8

Use of contextual information and prediction in reading by low-literate adults: an ERP and reading-time study

Ng, Shukhan

D9

Visual attention, meaning, and grammar: neuro-computational modeling of situated language use.

Barrès, Victor

D10

Altering mechanisms of combinatorial semantics through brain stimulation to the angular gyrus

Price, Amy

D11

The grass is not always greener: Property integration in adjective-noun combinations

Solomon, Sarah

D12

Motor coordination predicts literal and figurative action sentence processing in stroke

Desai, Rutvik

D13

Composition of complex numbers: Delineating the computational role of the left anterior temporal lobe

Blanco-Elorrieta, Esti

D14

The grounding of temporal metaphors

Lai, Vicky T.

D15

N400 Modulation Profile Across Sentential Contexts Informs Time Course of Semantic Activation During Referential Processing

Smith, Cybelle

D16

Event-related brain potentials reflect processing of object-state representations in language comprehension

Kang, Xin

D17

Frontal theta and disconfirmed predictions

Rommers, Joost

D18

Repetition priming in object naming is associated with repetition suppression, earlier termination of activity, and changes in task-engaged neural synchrony

Gotts, Stephen

D19

Simultaneous Interpreting Training Induces Brain Structural Connectivity Changes

Hervais-Adelman, Alexis

D20

ERP and time-frequency analysis of intra-sentential codeswitching in bilinguals

Litcofsky, Kaitlyn

D21

Working memory and context of learning: Accounting for individual differences in second-language processing signatures over time

Faretta-Stutenberg, Mandy

D22

Bilingualism modulates the white matter tracts of the arcuate fasciculus

Jakonen, Sini

D23

A new approach to examine the relationship between brain responses to Mandarin lexical tone changes and reading ability

Lin, En-Ju

D24

Examining structural lateralization in language areas of the brain using components of volume

Scheppele, Meredith A.

D25

Verbal memory specialists (Vedic Sanskrit Pandits) show white matter increases in language, memory and visual tracts

Hartzell, James

D26

Early vocabulary growth and white matter microstructure: dorsal or ventral?

Asaridou, Salomi

D27

The neural network of reading: Does writing help the brain accommodate for linguistic diversity?

Lagarrigue, Aurelie

D28

The relationship between hemispheric lateralization for speech production and language proficiency in young children: A longitudinal fTCD study

Payne, Heather

D29

Improving foreign accent by optimizing variability in vocal learning

Simmonds, Anna J

D30

Visual properties of object semantics are experience related

Boddy, Peter

D31

Development of neural processes for language in young children: A longitudinal event-related potential study

Hampton Wray, Amanda

D32

An episodic component of lexical knowledge

Fló, Emilia

D33

Vertical presentation effects to lexical access and predictability in the cerebral hemispheres

Vergilova, Yoana

D34

Grounding Education on brainwaves: Evidence from semantic categorization

Canal, Paolo

D35

The internal mechanism and brain oscillatory signature of semantic prediction during sentence comprehension

Li, Xiaoqing

D36

Do brain activations differ between semantic-association and semantic-categorization at an early stage in visual word recognition?

Lin, Yi-Chen

D37

Melting or Breaking the Ice: Controlled Semantic Retrieval is Related to Microstructural Differences in Long-Range Fiber Pathways.

Nugiel, Tehila

D38

Hemispheric differences in sublexical ambiguity resolution during Chinese word reading

Huang, Hsu-Wen

D39

Semantic interference and phonological facilitation: new evidence from transcranial direct current stimulation

Pisoni, Alberto

D40

Semantic competition during word production is supported by the domain-general multiple-demand system

Kleinman, Daniel

D41

ERP investigation of semantic facilitation in picture naming

Python, Grégoire

D42

Incremental activation of semantic representations in sentence production: an fMRI study

Muehlhaus, Juliane

D43

Can we reliably measure language lateralization?

Bruckert, Lisa

D44

A combined tDCS-eye tracking investigation of the neural correlates of confrontation naming: investigating the necessity of the anterior temporal lobe vs. the temporo-parietal junction

Ashaie, Sameer

D45

Task dynamics of sensorimotor learning and control in speech production.

Elgie, Benjamin

D46

Voluntary imitation of fundamental frequency and vocal tract length in human speech – a multimodal investigation using functional and real-time anatomical MRI.

McGettigan, Carolyn

D47

Early Visual Brain Responses During Reading Reflect the Length of Words that are Predictable but Never Seen

Oines, Leif

D48

Levels of representation during single word reading: Evidence from representation similarity analysis

Fischer-Baum, Simon

D49

Modality Specific Lexico-Semantic Encoding for Visual & Auditory Language

Kaestner, Erik

D50

Consistency of Phonological-Orthographic Binding: Electrophysiological Correlates of Feedforward and Feedback Consistency in Chinese

Su, I-Fan

D51

Different Levels of Sub-lexical Representation in Reading Chinese: The Effects of Logographeme and Radical Independence

Su, I-Fan

D52

The different effects of Semantic and Phonetic Radicals in Chinese Phonogram Recognition: Evidence from ERPs

Wu, Yan

D53

Word Superiority and Memorial Inferiority for Cursive Handwriting

Barnhart, Anthony

D54

Early encoding of radical position legality in Chinese character reading: An ERP study

Law, Sam Po

D55

Spatial and temporal dynamics of homophone density and phonetic consistency effects in writing Chinese characters: an MEG study

Chao, Pei-Chun

D56

ERP reveals radical processing in Chinese character recognition:Evidence from semantic categorization

Wang, Yuan

D57

The influence of bottom-up and top-down information on the activation of orthographic, phonological and semantic representations during reading

Pattamadilok, Chotiga

D58

Network coherence in the resting state: Differences between orthographic networks and evolutionarily older networks

Ellenblum, Gali

D59

Why 'inpossible' is 'umproblematic': the perception of alternating prefixes

Lawyer, Laurie

D60

ERP evidence of implicit and explicit phonological rule learning

Keung, Lap-Ching

D61

Non-perceptual regions support phonological short-term memory: evidence for a buffer account

Yue, Qiuhai

D62

Attentive Versus Pre-attentive Neural Processing of Allophony and Phonemic Contrast

Lau, Joseph CY

D63

Voicing Underspecification in English Fricatives

Durvasula, Karthik

D64

Neural basis of conflict resolution in encoding and retrieval interference

Jahn, Andrew

D65

Cortical Entrainment to Constituent Structure in Language Acquisition

Getz*, Heidi

D66

Parsing in the monolingual and bilingual brain: ERP evidence of automatic simultaneous access to morphosyntactic information in L1 and L2

Hedlund, Laura

D67

Finding agreement: An on-line study of gender processing, in adults and children

Fromont, Lauren

D68

Dissociating scrambling from topicalization for activations in the grammar centers: An fMRI study in Kaqchikel Maya

Ohta, Shinri

D69

Short Self Paced Listening Times in Syntactic Comprehension: Implications for Deficits

Caplan, David

D70

Abstract Linguistic Structure Correlates with Anterior Temporal Activity during Naturalistic Comprehension

Brennan, Jonathan R.

D71

Early EEG indices of syntactic expectation reflect both linear and hierarchical dependencies

Brennan, Jonathan

D72

Neural mechanisms of passive sentence processing: univariate versus multivariate pattern analysis (MVPA)

Barbieri, Elena

D73

ERP Effects of Scrambling in Korean

Park, MyungKwan

D74

Honorific (Mis)Match with a Null Subject in Korean: An ERP Study

Cho, Euiyon

D75

No association of genetic variants of FOXP2 and BOLD response during sentence processing

Udden, Julia

Poster Session E

E1

Mapping genes implicated in speech and language phenotypes in the bat brain

Rodenas Cuadrado, Pedro

E2

Fiber pathways supporting early literacy in young children

Broce, Iris

E3

Risky readers? Event-related brain potentials reveal age-related changes in the recruitment of parafoveal visual attention in reading.

Payne, Brennan

E4

Age of acquisition of the second language modulates structural and functional dynamics in bilingual reading

Oliver, Myriam

E5

How does L1 influence L2 processing in the brain? Evidence from Korean-English and Chinese-English bilinguals

Kim, Say Young

E6

An ERP study of sublexical phonological access in L2 Chinese character reading

Yum, Yen Na

E7

Anodal tDCS over left temporo-parietal cortex modulates working memory capacity in sentence processing

Krause, Carina

E8

School-aged children consolidate foreign language regularities overnight: behavioral evidence and cortical substrates

Nora, Anni

E9

Developmental changes in the functional and structural connectivity within brain networks involved in phonological processing

Sussman, Bethany

E10

Examining the role of ‘auditory cortex’ in congenitally deaf adults

Twomey, Tae

E11

When Language is First Learned in Adulthood: Neural Language Processing is Persistently Atypical

Mayberry, Rachel

E12

Connections and selections: A computational investigation of word production in aphasia

Walker, Grant

E13

Prediction of speech impairment from the damage to grey and white matter in chronic stroke

Yourganov, Grigori

E14

Connectome-based symptom mapping identifies structural neural systems that support clinical language performance

Gleichgerrcht, Ezequiel

E15

Cortical activation patterns correlate with speech understanding after cochlear implantation

Bortfeld, Heather

E16

Aphasia classification and evolution across various disease etiologies: a quantitative approach

Fan, Joline

E17

Testing Wordle: Development of a Mobile App for Rehabilitation of Aphasia

Stabile, Mackenzie

E18

Neurodevelopmental Trajectories of Thalamic Volume in Control and Dyslexic Readers

Lerma-Usabiaga, Garikoitz

E19

Understanding the contribution of FOXP genes in language-related disorders.

Deriziotis, Pelagia

E20

Language impairments in traumatic brain injury: A case series

Hall, Michelle

E21

Investigating the integrity of major white matter tracts in aphasia

Ivanova, Maria

E22

Right hemisphere gray matter volume in left hemisphere stroke-induced aphasia: A Voxel-Based Morphometry (VBM) study

Lukic, Sladjana

E23

Neural Correlates of Impaired Articulation Speed in Aphasia: A Voxel-Based Lesion-Symptom Mapping Study

Pillay, Sara B.

E24

Using neural network models of conceptual representation to understand the stages of visual object processing in the ventral stream

Devereux, Barry

E25

Toward a Brain-Based Componential Semantic Representation

Binder, Jeffrey R.

E26

The brain differentiates between inclusive and exclusive semantic predictions

Sassenhagen, Jona

E27

Chinese and English speakers share representations for word-elicited concepts, but semantic models struggle to capture this similarity

Zinszer, Benjamin

E28

Decoding Conceptual Information from Heteromodal Cortex

Fernandino, Leonardo

E29

Neural representational profiles of word distributional and sensorimotor properties.

Carota, Francesca

E30

The timing of semantic coding in the anterior temporal lobe: temporal representational similarity analysis of electrocorticogram data

Chen, Yuanyuan

E31

A computational model of lexical semantic/episodic knowledge.

Valle-Lisboa, Juan

E32

‘Gift of the gab’ linked to changes in prefrontal and premotor activity

Necus, Joseph H.

E33

Dynamics of speech encoding processes under increased attentional demand : an ERP study on dual-tasks interference

Fargier, Raphael

E34

Neural correlates of audiomotor map learning

Thompson, Megan

E35

High gamma modulations of intracerebral recordings during a picture-naming task : A group analysis

Dubarry, Anne-Sophie

E36

Tracking double-object naming using the N2pc

Rommers, Joost

E37

The neural basis of proverb usage in a social context

dos Santos Kawata, Kelssy Hitomi

E38

Functional, acoustic and articulatory outcomes of speech training: a multimodal investigation of native and non-native imitation

Carey, Daniel

E39

Imitation and language development in deaf and hearing schoolchildren

Holmer, Emil

E40

Language lateralization in right- and left-handed individuals: an fMRI study

Ignatyev, Grigory

E41

Direct Cortical Recording of Regions Implicated in Speech Production During Pseudoword Articulation

Basilakos, Alexandra

E42

Syllable is proximate unit of word-form encoding in speech production for Mandarin speakers

Zhang, Qingfang

E43

Neural Substrates of Sentence Choice

Thothathiri, Malathi

E44

Talking out of order: does grammatical gender always precede phonology in lexical access?

Shantz, Kailen

E45

Braille Reading in the Visual Cortex of Blind Individuals

Kim, Judy

E46

Building a computational basis for the brain response in visual word recognition: A sparse familiarity model for the left ventral occipito-temporal cortex

Gagl, Benjamin

E47

Genetic and Environmental Covariation between Cortical Brain Structure (Thickness, Surface Area) and Written Language Ability

Strike, Lachlan

E48

N170 expertise effects differ among skilled and less-skilled adult native English speakers

Rickles, Ben

E49

A Meta-analysis of Neural Systems for Chinese Characters Processing Driven by Stimulus Properties versus Task Demands

Yang, Jianfeng

E50

Microstructural white matter differences between 6-year old readers and prereaders

Travis, Katherine

E51

The effect of aging on the brain network for exception word reading aloud

Wilson, Maximiliano

E52

Reduced electrophysiological connectivity during visual word recognition in dyslexic children

Žarić, Gojko

E53

Recovering orthographic knowledge: Contributions of the ventral and dorsal components of the orthographic processing network.

Purcell, Jeremy

E54

Neural Correlates of Writing: Voxel-based Lesion Analysis of Single-Word and Sentence-Level Writing

Baldo, Juliana

E55

Experimental induction of dyslexia-like reading difficulties in normal readers: Novel insights from MEG

Heim, Stefan

E56

Patterns of Orthographic Working Memory Impairments in Acquired Dysgraphia: A Case Series nalysis

Balasuramanian, Venu

E57

Individual differences in the neural correlates of reading words and passages

Hung, Yi-Hui

E58

The effects of healthy aging and left hemisphere stroke on statistical language learning

Fama, Mackenzie E.

E59

Transdiagnostic neural basis for impaired phonological working memory across reading disability and autism

Qi, Zhenghan

E60

Glutamate and Choline Levels predict Individual Differences in Reading Ability

Mencl, Einar

E61

How lexical dynamics determine the relative (un)grammaticality of novel wordforms: A Granger analysis of MR-constrained MEG/EEG data

Gow, David

E62

Flexibility of the human phonological system: investigating the roles of segment, tone, and syllable in Mandarin Chinese using the priming paradigm

Chang, Claire Hui-Chuan

E63

Familiarity effects on Language/Music P600 interactions

Calma, Nicole E.

E64

Comprehension of native- and foreign-accented speech: evidence from event-related potentials and neural oscillations

Grey, Sarah

E65

Neural activity in the fronto-temporal language system predicts online language comprehension difficulty

Wehbe, Leila

E66

Look before your leap: Careful incremental processing of idiosyncratic partial-agreement: ERP and self-paced reading evidence from Arabic

Muralikrishnan, R.

E67

Semantic Blocking revisited: Investigating individual variability in the elicitation of N400 and P600 components using Generalized Additive Mixed Models (GAMMs)

Nickels, Stefanie

E68

Access to lexical category and verb argument structure in the early stages of processing morphologically complex words: MEG investigations of prefixation

Stockall, Linnaea

E69

Hemispheric differences in processing word class information—ERP evidence from Chinese

Chen, Min-Hsin

E70

Head commitment and plausibility in English noun-noun compounds

Parrish, Alicia

E71

Imagining Accomplishments from Different Visual and Temporal Perspectives

Hall, Deanna

E72

Imagining events: The influence of grammatical aspect, lexical aspect, and visual perspective

Hong, Jeffrey

E73

Representing the stems you can’t see: A MEG study of morphological decomposition.

Gwilliams, Laura

E74

Neural Dynamics of Morphological and Phrasal Composition

Oseki, Yohei

E75

Phonological size matters in the detection of morphosyntactic errors: ERP evidence

Fodor, Brigitta

Poster Session F

F1

Audiovisual speech perception and presence of the McGurk effect in left-hemisphere stroke patients and matched control participants

Erickson, Laura

F2

Predictive visual motion facilitates speech perception

Brang, David

F3

Theta phase sensitization as a flexible neural mechanism for optimized syllable identification

ten Oever, Sanne

F4

Increased lip corticobulbar excitability during the perception of non-native phonemes

Schmitz, Judith

F5

Is impaired repetition ability following left hemisphere stroke speech specific?

Bradford, Sarah-Beth

F6

Motor suppression of the auditory system extends to the brainstem frequency following response and is mediated by attentional demands

Klos, Serena

F7

Sensorimotor representations in the language network during sentence repetition

Müsch, Kathrin

F8

Somatotopic EEG beta-band modulations during speech discrimination

D'Ausilio, Alessandro

F9

Feel the noise: Individual differences in perceived vividness of auditory imagery are reflected in human brain structure

Lima, Cesar

F10

SPEECH IN THE MIRROR? NEUROBIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF SELF-SPEECH PERCEPTION

Treille, Avril

F11

Motor Representations of Speech Articulators Are Modulated by Both Motor and Non-Motor Speech Distortions

Nuttall, Helen E

F12

No Evidence of Place of Articulation Feature Mapping in Motor Cortex during Speech Perception

Arsenault, Jessica

F13

Reading Comprehension Ability and Semantic Activation to Single Words and Discourse: An fMRI Partial Least Squares Analysis

Ryherd, Kayleigh

F14

Modality-independent activity during sentence comprehension

Cuenoud, Larissa

F15

Left posterior segment of the arcuate fasciculus mediates vocabulary comprehension and reading

Robertsson, Naianna

F16

Computational and Neural Mechanisms of Top-Down Effects on Speech Perception

Fox, Neal P.

F17

Attention and speech perception in aging: behavioural and fMRI evidence

Tremblay, Pascale

F18

Real-time dynamics of lexical processing in auditory areas revealed with intercranial recordings

McMurray, Bob

F19

The neural correlates of linguistic rhythm during natural story listening

Kandylaki, Katerina

F20

Timing predictions in speech are affected by attention and speaking rate: evidence from electrophysiological omission responses

Scharinger, Mathias

F21

Interaction of top-down and bottom-up predictions in degraded speech perception

Tavano, Alessandro

F22

Incremental processing of Chinese spoken words and the influence of fluent speech on lexical competition effects: Evidence from eye movements

Tsai, Jie-Li

F23

Speech perception – effects of attentional modulation on syllable processing

Archila-Melendez, Mario Eduardo

F24

Neural correlates of individual differences in processing of rising tones in Cantonese: Implications for speech perception and production

Ou, Jinghua

F25

The ERP Evidence for the Integration of Lexical Tone and Segmental Information in Chinese Syllable Perception

Zhao, Rong

F26

The time-course of cohort restriction in syntactic context: MEG evidence for a single auditory word-form

Gaston, Phoebe

F27

On the Mental Representation of German Strong Verbs: an ERP Study

Bekemeier, Natalia

F28

Adjective conjunction as a window into the LATL’s contribution to conceptual combination: Sensitivity to intersective but not collective readings

Poortman, Eva

F29

Neurodynamics of minimal visual and written narrative comprehension

Dominey, Peter Ford

F30

Scaling up to a sentence: The temporal unfolding of conceptual specificity and sentential polarity effects in left anterior temporal and medial prefrontal cortex

Zhang, Linmin

F31

Inferential processing in natural reading vs. RSVP: a FRP vs. ERP study

Diekmann, Jonas

F32

Motion-based cues for animacy do not trump actor prototypicality in language comprehension

Luell, Svenja

F33

Investigating the Neurocognitive Mechanisms Underlying Truth-Conditional and Logical Semantic Aspects of Sentence Processing: An ERP Study

Bokhari, Fayden Sara

F34

Using neurobiologically-motivated features to investigate the semantic composition of adjectives with nouns

Shay, Elizabeth A.

F35

fMRI activity during a spontaneous dialogue task

Tamez, Emilio R.

F36

Context matters: ERP evidence provides new insights into the mechanisms of generating and updating predictions in real-time.

Tune, Sarah

F37

ERP effects of sentential context in semantic number interpretation

Dwivedi, Veena

F38

"Before" and "after": investigating the relationship between temporal connectives and chronological ordering using event-related potentials

Politzer-Ahles, Stephen

F39

The role of discourse context in pronoun resolution

Krass, Kyra

F40

How language shapes the brain: cross-linguistic differences in structural connectivity

Goucha, Tomás

F41

Gamma band functional connectivity mirrors the dynamics of novel grammar learning

Kepinska, Olga

F42

Differential changes in the dorsal language pathway for general development and L2 learning

Yamamoto, Kayako

F43

Language learning efficacy in adults is predicted by the electrophysiological markers of native language processing

Beach, Sara

F44

MEG correlates of short-term grammatical plasticity: Grammatical number processing in Spanish learners of Basque

Bastarrika Iriarte, Ainhoa

F45

First-language attrition in morphosyntactic processing: More than L1-proficiency effects

Kasparian, Kristina

F46

Effects of sleep and phonological abilities on learning morphological inflections in an artificial language.

Ben Zion, Daphna

F47

Shared syntax for bilinguals extends to language-specific constructions

Higby, Eve

F48

Associative networks learn abstract grammatical categories

Brookshire, Geoffrey

F49

Developmental differences in neural oscillations supporting online sentence processing

Schneider, Julie

F50

Separate neural systems support representations for actions and objects during narrative speech

Gleichgerrcht, Ezequiel

F51

Rehabilitating Speech Production and Fluency in Nonfluent Primary Progressive Aphasia: Treatment Outcomes and Patterns of Underlying Atrophy

Grasso, Stephanie

F52

Procedural memory of children with specific language impairment

Sanjeevan, Teenu

F53

Does Semantic Mediation Contribute to Successful Word Reading in Phonological Aphasia?

Pillay, Sara B.

F54

Alterations of language related oscillatory activity and spontaneous neural dynamics after stroke

Kielar, Aneta

F55

Effects of language and tDCS interventions in PPA and their neural correlates

Tsapkini, Kyrana

F56

Neurobiological predictions of reading intervention response: an fMRI study of children with reading difficulties

Barquero, Laura

F57

Neural correlates of phonological and orthographic processing in children with developmental dyslexia

Yan, Xin

F58

Reduced P300 and N300 Effects to Printed English Stimuli in Early Poor Readers

Harold, Olivia

F59

Failure to deactivate in precuneus: functional abnormalities of orthographic processing in dyslexia

Feng, Xiaoxia

F60

Neural overlap of L1 & L2 semantic representations in bilinguals

Van de Putte, Eowyn

F61

Neural signatures of language co-activation and control in bilingual spoken language comprehension

Chen, Peiyao

F62

The Interaction of Imageability and Word Class During Semantic Retrieval

Ralph, Yvonne

F63

Contextual modulation of hippocampal activity during picture naming

Llorens, Anaïs

F64

Why is a piece of cake difficult for L2 learners?—An ERP investigation of processing nominal metaphors in L2

Lu, Tzu-Hung

F65

Differential Impairments of Upper and Lower Limb Movements Influence Action Verb Processing in Parkinson Disease

McRae, Ken

F66

Visual vs. Linguistic Narrative Processing in Autism Spectrum Disorders

Coderre, Emily

F67

Dissociable intrinsic functional networks support noun and verb processing

Yang, Huichao

F68

Category influences on semantic error production in aphasia.

Traut, Hilary J.

F69

An eyetracking investigation of semantic access for action concepts: Effects of representational input modality and concurrent motor execution

Hung, Jinyi

F70

Neural correlates of processing categorical relatedness in youths with autism spectrum disorder

Wong, Ciao-Han

F71

Enhancement for memory of non-words over words during recruitment of the auditory dorsal stream

Doelling, Keith

F72

Auditory predictions of self-produced speech are task-dependent

Niziolek, Caroline

F73

Shared and unique neural involvement in natural speech production and perception

Alexandrou, Anna Maria

F74

Following and Opposing Responses to Perturbed Auditory Feedback

Franken, Matthias K.