Poster Sessions

Session #

Time & Location / Topics Being Presented

Session A

Wednesday, August 27, 2:30 – 4:30 pm, Grote Zaal

 

Auditory Perception, Speech Perception, Audiovisual Integration; Control, Selection, Working Memory; Discourse, Combinatorial Semantics; Gesture, Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes; Language Development, Plasticity, Multilingualism; Language Disorders; Lexical Semantics; Methods; Orthographic Processing, Writing, Spelling; Phonology, Phonological Working Memory; Syntax, Morphology

Session B

Thursday, August 28, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, Grote Zaal

 

Animal Communication; Auditory Perception, Speech Perception, Audiovisual Integration; Discourse, Combinatorial Semantics; Gesture, Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes; Language Development, Plasticity, Multilingualism; Language Disorders; Lexical Semantics; Motor Control, Speech Production, Sensorimotor Integration; Syntax, Morphology

Session C

Thursday, August 28, 3:45 – 5:45 pm, Grote Zaal

 

Auditory Perception, Speech Perception, Audiovisual Integration; Control, Selection, Working Memory; Discourse, Combinatorial Semantics; Gesture, Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes; Language Development, Plasticity, Multilingualism; Language Disorders; Lexical Semantics; Methods; Motor Control, Speech Production, Sensorimotor Integration; Orthographic Processing, Writing, Spelling; Phonology, Phonological Working Memory; Signed Language; Syntax, Morphology

Session D

Friday, August 29, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, Grote Zaal

 

Auditory Perception, Speech Perception, Audiovisual Integration; Discourse, Combinatorial Semantics; Gesture, Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes; Language Development, Plasticity, Multilingualism; Language Disorders; Lexical Semantics; Methods; Motor Control, Speech Production, Sensorimotor Integration; Orthographic Processing, Writing, Spelling; Syntax, Morphology

Session E

Friday, August 29, 4:00 – 6:00 pm, Grote Zaal

 

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

Poster Assignments

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Title

Last, First

Poster Session A

A1

Testing the validity of wireless EEG for cognitive research with auditory and visual paradigms

Weed, Ethan

A2

A data-driven parcellation of structural language networks using probabilistic tractography and automated meta-analysis

O'Muircheartaigh, Jonathan

A3

Word frequency in context shows differential effects on fixation-related potentials and eye fixations

Kretzschmar, Franziska

A4

High-definition transcranial direct current stimulation of single word processing

Malyutina, Svetlana

A5

Neural signatures of incremental text processing correlate with word entropy in a natural story context

Alday, Phillip

A6

Prosody conveys speakers’ intentions: Acoustic cues for speech act perception

Hellbernd, Nele

A7

Investigating the acoustic and emotional properties of evoked and emitted laughter.

McGettigan, Carolyn

A8

Profiles of age-related structural decline and stability in neuroanatomical systems supporting vocal emotion processing

Lima, Cesar

A9

Perceptual and Physiological Differences Between Genuine and Posed Emotional Vocalizations

Chen, Sinead H.Y.

A10

Cortical oscillations and spiking activity associated with Artificial Grammar Learning in the monkey auditory cortex

Kikuchi, Yukiko

A11

Relationship between individual differences in cognitive abilities and tone processing in the context of sound change

Ou, Jinghua

A12

Compensatory mechanisms for processing speech in noise in older adults

Evans, Samuel

A13

Tracking the time course of the processing of reduced infinitives: An ERP study

Mulder, Kimberley

A14

Attention to speech sounds within auditory scenes modifies temporal auditory cortical activity

Renvall, Hanna

A15

Differential Lateralization of Linguistic Prosody in Comparison to Speech and Speaker Processing

Kreitewolf, Jens

A16

Differences in Language and Music Processing: Auditory, Motor and Emotional Networks

Payne, John

A17

I thought that I heard you laughing: Contextual facial expressions modulate the perception of authentic laughter and crying

Lavan, Nadine

A18

Temporal locus of interaction of phonetic and talker processing in speech perception: An ERP study

Zhang, Caicai

A20

On the lateralisation of pitch processing: language makes the switch from right to left

Goucha, Tomás

A21

Delineating Picture and Chinese Character Recognition: An ERP Approach

Su, I-Fan

A22

Letter position sensitivity in the VWFA: Evidence from multivariate searchlight analyses in MEG-EEG source space

Klimova, Jana

A23

Neural dissociation between letters and digits writing: Evidence from coupled kinematics and fMRI recordings

Longcamp, Marieke

A24

The Temporal Dynamics of Visual Word Recognition in Deaf Adults

Emmorey, Karen

A25

Contributions of phonetically- and phonologically-driven alternations in speech perception: an ERP study

Lawyer, Laurie

A26

Sound of emotion in written words

Ullrich, Susann

A27

Fractional anisotropy of the arcuate/superior longitudinal fasciculus predicts verbal-working-memory span in a large sample

Vassileiou, Benedict

A28

Talking sense: multisensory integration of Japanese ideophones is reflected in the P2.

Lockwood, Gwilym

A29

Brain activation to human vocalisations and environmental sounds in infancy and its association with later language development

Mercure, Evelyne

A30

Predictive coding mediates word recognition and learning in 12- and 24-month-old children

Ylinen, Sari

A31

Fading out a foreign language

Duñabeitia, Jon Andoni

A32

Eye-tracking reveals incremental processing of words in 18-month-olds

Becker, Angelika

A33

Out of use, out of mind? First language processing in a Dutch emigrant population in Anglophone North America

Seton, Bregtje

A34

Neural reflections of individual differences in artificial grammar learning

van der Kant, Anne

A35

Infants can perceive audiovisual speech asynchrony (if it's asynchronous enough)

Bortfeld, Heather

A36

Adult listeners shift their established phoneme boundaries after 9 minutes of distributional training: evidence from ERP measurements

Chládková, Kateřina

A37

Auditive training effect in children using a dichotic listening paradigm. A pilot study.

Helland, Turid

A38

Functional connectomes in monolingual and bilingual infants during resting state

Molnar, Monika

A39

White matter disruption and language processing in traumatic brain injury

Marcotte, Karine

A40

Depth of encoding through gestures in foreign language word learning

Macedonia, Manuela

A41

An electrophysiological investigation of the distractor frequency effect in picture-word interference

Ries, Stephanie K.

A42

Investigating the processing of conceptual components in language production

Redmann, Alexandra

A43

Classifier Information Affects Speech Production: Electrophysiological Evidence from Overt Speech in Mandarin Chinese

Wang, Man

A44

Visually perceived spatial distance modulates an early neural response to different semantic relations

Guerra, Ernesto

A45

Interference from related actions in spoken word production: an fMRI study

de Zubicaray, Greig

A46

Neural dynamics of lexical-semantic processes during word production: Action verbs, action nouns and object nouns

Fargier, Raphael

A47

Similarities and differences in the semantic representations of words and objects: evidence from multi-voxel pattern analyses

Devereux, Barry

A48

Oscillatory responses to highly predictable words differentiate between expectations based on semantic or associative contextual constraints.

Monsalve, Irene Fernandez

A49

Ventral and dorsal reading networks are modulated by task demands and language orthography: Regional and functional connectivity evidence.

Oliver, Myriam

A50

Do semantic representations automatically activate their corresponding phonological and orthographic representations?

Peleg, Orna

A51

Semantic conflict resolution abilities among adults with and without ADHD

segal, dorit

A52

Semantic association and categorical relatedness of semantic processing in youths with autism spectrum disorder

Wong, Ciao-Han

A53

Feature co-occurrence is central to the representation of conceptual knowledge: Evidence from feature verification tasks, using true and false features

Randall, Billi

A54

The dynamics of information integration in the brain during story reading

Wehbe, Leila

A55

How minds meet: Cerebral coherence between communicators marks the emergence of meaning

Stolk, Arjen

A56

The Truth Before and After: Temporal Connectives Modulate Online Sensitivity to Truth-value

Nieuwland, Mante S.

A57

Time for prediction? The effect of presentation rate on the implementation of anticipatory language comprehension mechanisms

Wlotko, Edward W.

A58

Impairments in cognitive control modulate adaptation during comprehension of cartoon-like stories

Swaab, Tamara

A59

Music and language syntax interact in Broca’s area: an fMRI study

Kunert, Richard

A60

Neurophysiological evidence for whole form retrieval of complex derived words: a mismatch negativity study

Hanna, Jeff

A61

Competition and prediction in the auditory processing of morphologically complex words

Linzen, Tal

A62

OSCILLATORY DYNAMICS OF SYNTACTIC UNIFICATION

Segaert, Katrien

A63

‘Semantic blocking’ solved at last: ERP evidence challenging syntax-first models

Nickels, Stefanie

A64

Neurobiological attention mechanisms of syntactic and prosodic focusing in spoken language

Dimitrova, Diana

A65

Distribution of grammatical functions across bihemispheric and left fronto-temporal networks

Bozic, Mirjana

A66

What happened to the crying bird? – Differential roles of embedding depth and topicalization modulating syntactic complexity in sentence processing.

Krause, Carina

A67

Multivariate pattern of inflectional and phrasal computations revealed by combined MEG-EEG

Fonteneau, Elisabeth

A68

Attention modulates explicit knowledge of language structures reflected in encoding differences during learning

De Diego-Balaguer, Ruth

A69

Reference to the past visualized in the brain

Bos, Laura S.

A70

Time course of noun phrase production by German-French bilinguals

Bürki, Audrey

A71

Older Adults Fail to Show Activity Increases for Inhibition on Hayling Task

Crosson, Bruce

A72

Bilingual Language Control in Aging: Effects of Individual Differences in Executive Functions. An rTMS Study

Sudarshan, Aruna

A73

The Neural Correlates of Individual Differences in Bilingual Language Control

Yamasaki, Brianna L.

A74

Shared neural processes support semantic control and action understanding

Davey, James

A75

Broca’s region and visual word form area activation during a predictive stroop task

Wallentin, Mikkel

A76

Neural Basis of Sensitivity to Interference during Sentence Comprehension

Van Dyke, Julie

A77

Neurophysiological alterations during phoneme and word processing in the acute stage of aphasia

Aerts, Annelies

A78

Abnormal cortical processing of speech and corresponding nonspeech sounds in preschoolers with Asperger syndrome

Kuuluvainen, Soila

A79

fMRI reveals atypical processing of letters and speech sounds in beginning readers at family risk for dyslexia

Chyl, Katarzyna

A80

Self-monitoring after stroke: A case study

Meekings, Sophie

A81

Neural coherence during natural story listening as a biomarker for Autism

Brennan, Jonathan

A82

Atypical skill acquisition in children with language impairment

Adi-Japha, Esther

A83

The role of the right hemisphere in semantic control

Thompson, Hannah

A84

Neurophysiological changes associated with anodal, cathodal and sham tDCS in chronic aphasia

Cherney, Leora R.

A85

Structure-behavior Correspondences for Canonical Sentence Comprehension in Broca’s Aphasia

Ferrill, Michelle

A86

Graph-theoretic analysis of resting state brain networks in post-stroke aphasia

Bohland, Jason W.

Poster Session B

B1

Altered communicative adjustments following ventromedial prefrontal lesions

Toni, Ivan

B2

Job interview in the fMRI scanner: pragmatic inferences in real addressees

Basnakova, Jana

B3

The Social N400 effect: how the presence of other listeners affects language comprehension

Rueschemeyer, Shirley-Ann

B4

Social coordination in Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Gjersvik, Elizabeth

B5

Navigating others’ minds automatically: Evidence from the temporal-parietal junction

Aparicio Betancourt, Mariana

B6

Neural basis of social coordination deficits in bvFTD

Healey, Meghan

B7

Top-down modulation of cortical responses to voice and speech: developmental changes from childhood to adulthood

Bonte, Milene

B8

Eye gaze during perceptual adaptation of audiovisual speech in adverse listening conditions

Banks, Briony

B9

White matter changes in the visual pathways of late-blind subjects correlate with the ability of ultra-fast speech perception

Dietrich, Susanne

B10

Within-block amplification of the mismatch negativity suggests rapid phonetic learning for non-native categories

Chládková, Kateřina

B11

Shape-sound matching abilities are limited in young monolingual and bilingual infants

Pejovic, Jovana

B12

Corticostriatal contributions to feedback-dependent speech category learning

CHANDRASEKARAN, BHARATH

B13

The development of internal representations of sound categories

Lim, Sung-Joo

B14

Neural processing of speech envelope modulations in normal and dyslexic readers: Source analysis of auditory steady-state responses

De Vos, Astrid

B15

Electrophysiological differences in 6- month-old infants at risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder: Evidence from the processing of non-native language contrasts

Coffey-Corina, Sharon

B16

TMS to bilateral posterior Superior Temporal Gyrus impairs perception of intelligible speech

Kennedy-Higgins, Dan

B17

Auditory evoked potentials and chronic aphasia

Sleifer, Pricila

B18

An Executive Approach to Speech Production: Linguistic Hierarchies in the Rostro-Caudal Axis of the (Pre-)frontal Cortex

Bourguignon, Nicolas

B19

Tracking the Time Course of Competition During Word Production: Evidence for a Post-Retrieval Mechanism of Conflict Resolution

Janssen, Niels

B20

Emotional Context modulates Embodied Metaphor Comprehension

Samur, Dalya

B21

Investigating the brain’s grasp areas through the Chinese ‘grasp’ classifier; a case for the Mirror System Hypothesis

Lobben, Marit

B22

White matter fiber tracking in left Arcuate Fascicle reveals individual differences in aptitude for phonetic speech imitation

Reiterer, Susanne

B23

Vocal learning and the importance of noise

Simmonds, Anna J

B24

What you learn is what you get: Why inferior frontal cortex is involved in language understanding

Pulvermuller, Friedemann

B25

Losing control: an investigation of lexical processing in adult second language learners

Grant, Angela

B26

The role of natural cues in language selection: MEG evidence from English-Arabic bilinguals during number naming

Blanco Elorrieta, Estibaliz

B27

Thickness Asymmetry in Language-Relevant Cortex: Effects of Bilingualism

Chiarello, Christine

B28

Functional and Anatomical Changes as a Function of Second Language Learning

Legault, Jennifer

B29

Domain-general cognitive control vs language-specific inhibitory control in multilingual language switching

De Baene, Wouter

B30

Distributed neural representations of logical relations in school-age children

Mathieu, Romain

B31

Preserved language comprehension with age and its relationship to cognitive control

Campbell, Karen L

B32

It’s good to see you again: Bilinguals rely on visual interlocutor identity for activating appropriate language modes

Martin, Clara

B33

Examining the pillars of Translanguaging

Beres, Anna

B34

Learning Novel Words through Enactment: A Combined Behavioral and fMRI Study

Poster Withdrawn

B35

Asymmetry within and around the planum temporale is sexually dimorphic and influenced by genes involved in steroid biology

Guadalupe, Tulio

B36

Language outcome after perinatal arterial territory stroke

Baldeweg, Torsten

B37

Behavioral advantage in confrontation naming performance in brain tumor patients with left-frontal tumors

Jost, Ethan

B38

The sounds of meaning: Investigating the functional interaction between action sounds and semantics

Grisoni, Luigi

B39

A META-ANALYSIS OF NEUROIMAING STUDIES ON CHINESE AND JAPANESE SEMANTIC PROCESSING

LIU, Hengshuang

B40

The automaticity of language-perception interactions

Francken, Jolien C.

B41

Tracking the emergence of word-meaning in the brain: an fMRI study

Fargier, Raphael

B42

Early differences in semantic processing during visual naming

Alario, F.-Xavier

B43

Penguins can’t fly: how concept typicality affects category verification and verbal memory recognition

Alves, Mara

B44

Fronto-temporal network promotes verbal memory retrieval via semantic elaboration

Ferreira, João

B45

Healthy Aging Modulates Idiom Processing: An Eye Movement Study of Idioms Presented in a Canonical vs. Non-Canonical Form

Häuser, Katja

B46

Italian blues reveal links between language, brain, and behavior

Kim, Cora

B47

The role of LIFG in metaphor comprehension

Solomon, Sarah

B48

Spatio-temporal dynamics of the lexical selection network in speech production: Insights from electrocorticography

Ries, Stephanie K.

B49

When a causal assumption is not satisfied by reality: Differential brain responses to concessive and causal relations during sentence comprehension

Xu, Xiaodong

B50

Marking the counterfactual: ERP evidence for pragmatic processing of German subjunctives

Kulakova, Eugenia

B51

Different brain dynamics for the late anterior and posterior positivities in semantic processing

Huang, Jian

B52

Relational vs. attributive interpretation of noun-noun compounds differentially engages angular gyrus

Boylan, Christine

B53

ERP INDICES OF WORD FREQUENCY AND PREDICTABILITY IN LEFT AND RIGHT HEMISPHERES

Vergilova, Yoana

B54

Before and after, and processing presuppositions in discourse

Xiang, Ming

B55

Human Intracranial Electrophysiology Reveals Common Semantic Processing for Comprehension of Written Sentences and Visual Scenes

Dominey, Peter Ford

B56

ERP responses for polarity sensitivity and definiteness restriction violations: Access/retrieval and integration/composition in logical semantic processing

Drury, John E.

B57

Modulating conceptual combination using focal non-invasive brain stimulation

Price, Amy

B58

Density of prototypical features is associated with better category learning in Alzheimer's disease and healthy older adults.

Phillips, Jeffrey

B59

Fearing and loving: verb category matters in processing implicit causality

Shetreet, Einat

B61

Prediction influences brain areas early in the neural language network

Willems, Roel

B62

Neurolinguistic processing of figurative expressions: the role of emotion

Citron, Francesca

B63

Characterizing the neural computations of sentence comprehension: an activation likelihood estimate (ALE) meta-analysis

Diaz, Alvaro

B64

Semantic and syntactic interference resolution during Chinese sentence comprehension: Evidence from event-related potentials (ERPs)

Tan, Yingying

B65

Dissociation of comprehension and transformation processes for solving algebraic equations: An fMRI study

Nakai, Tomoya

B66

Constituent structure representations revealed with intracranial data

Nelson, Matthew

B67

Putting the load on different cognitive domains: Music, Language and Control

Den Ouden, Dirk-Bart

B68

Similarity-based interference during comprehension of noun phrases: Evidence from ERPs

Martin, Andrea E.

B69

Retrieval interference during comprehension of grammatical subject-verb agreement: Evidence from ERPs

Nieuwland, Mante S.

B70

Implicit Structured Sequence Learning: An EEG Study of the Structural Mere-Exposure Effect

Petersson, Karl Magnus

B71

The electrophysiology of long-term vs short-term predictions: The strength of prediction is cumulative

Rabs, Elisabeth

B72

Inter-subject correlations of cortical activity during natural language processing in language-selective regions but not multiple-demand regions

Blank, Idan

B73

Predictability of a gap inside a syntactic island is reflected by an N400 effect in high span readers

Michel, Dan

B74

A theory-based study of coherence in discourse production of healthy and anomic aphasic speakers of Chinese

Linnik, Anastasia

B75

Beyond words: Pragmatic inference in the behavioral variant of frontotemporal dementia

Spotorno, Nicola

B76

Communicative strategies and neuropsychological profiles in expressive aphasia: guidelines for rehabilitation

Brandão, Lenisa

B77

Examining neurological components of the metaphor interference effect in individuals with and without autism spectrum disorder

Chouinard, Brea

B78

Alzheimer's patients comprehend apt but unfamiliar metaphors

Roncero, Carlos

B79

Social deficits in ASD are linked with greater task-driven neural synchrony under naturalistic conditions

Jasmin, Kyle M.

B80

Brain responses to foreign-language words are diminished in dyslexic children

Ylinen, Sari

B81

Deficient rapid perceptual learning of novel spoken words in dyslexic children

Kimppa, Lilli

B82

tDCS to the temporo-parietal cortex produces lasting improvements in nonword reading in adults with developmental dyslexia

McMillan, Isobel

B83

Comparing Language Outcomes After Stroke in Bilingual and Monolingual Adults

Hope, Thomas M.H.

B84

Multimodal MRI converging evidence underliying the role of the left thalamus in dyslexia

Lerma-Usabiaga, Garikoitz

B85

Abnormal white matter microstructure in children with specific language impairment

Bruckert, Lisa

Poster Session C

C1

Calibrated multimodal fNIRS study of the neurophysiology of semantic word processing in healthy aging

Amiri, Mahnoush

C2

Virtual agents as a valid replacement for human partners in sentence processing research

Heyselaar, Evelien

C3

Different recovery strategies in sentence processing can be disentangled using coregistered eye movements and brain potentials

Metzner, Paul

C4

Reliable individual-level neural markers of language activity

Mahowald, Kyle

C5

Between-subject variance in resting-state fMRI connectivity predicts fMRI activation in a language task

Zaadnoordijk, Lorijn

C6

Early robust auditory lexical processing revealed by ERPs

Baart, Martijn

C7

How and when predictability interacts with accentuation in temporally selective attention during speech comprehension

Li, Xiaoqing

C8

Neural Timecourse of Language-Attention Interactions in Spoken Word Processing

Krutwig, Jana

C9

Limits to cross-modal semantic and object shape priming in sentence context

Rommers, Joost

C10

Phonemic and Post-phonemic Processing of Intelligible Speech in the Anterior and Posterior Superior Temporal Sulcus

Maddox, Dale

C11

Oscillatory dynamics to time-stretched speech during lexical decision

Brennan, Jonathan

C12

Timing of the speech-evoked auditory brainstem response is dependent on cochlear spectral processing

Nuttall, Helen E

C13

ERPs and time-frequency analyses reveal dissociable submechanisms in the establishment of relational dependencies between complex auditory objects

Brilmayer, Ingmar

C14

The functional role of neural oscillations in auditory temporal processing during the first stages of reading development

De Vos, Astrid

C15

Apraxia of Speech and Aphasia Result from Distinctly Different Lesion Locations

Basilakos, Alexandra

C16

A spreading activation model of lexical retrieval with sensorimotor integration

Walker, Grant

C17

Anatomy of motor speech network in frontal temporal dementia

Mandelli, Maria Luisa

C18

Task-related modulations in large-scale cortical networks underlying language production: a combined fMRI and MEG study

Liljeström, Mia

C19

Neural correlates of response latencies in the picture naming task

Janssen, Niels

C20

Brain mechanisms of semantic interference in spoken word production: An anodal Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (atDCS) study

Yetim, Özlem

C21

Revealing the cortical dynamics of letter string perception.

Gwilliams, Laura

C22

An ERP Investigation of Orthographic Priming with Superset Primes

Ktori, Maria

C23

Anatomical connectivity of ventral occipitotemporal region involved in reading

Twomey, Tae

C24

The lexicality effect in the left ventral occipito-temporal cortex

Schuster, Sarah

C25

An ERP investigation of hemispheric asymmetry: Is visual filed asymmetry of the optimal viewing position (OVP) effect for foveal stimuli similar to right visual field advantage for non-foveal stimuli?

Chan, Wen-Hsuan

C26

Task sensitivity in language-related ERP components is not restricted to the P600

Schmuck, Noura

C27

Overlapping brain potentials in a simplified reading situation: a fixation-related potentials study.

Vignali, Lorenzo

C28

The interaction between phonology and semantics in late bilinguals: Evidence from ERPs

Frenck-Mestre, Cheryl

C29

Processing of phonotactic regularities in the lesioned language network. A combined lesion-symptom and ERP approach.

Obrig, Hellmuth

C30

Direct electrophysiological registration of phonological and semantic perception in the human subthalamic nucleus

De Letter, Miet

C31

Functional subdivisions in the supramarginal gyrus for phonology and semantics

Oberhuber, Marion

C32

Site-specific modulation of lexicality effects in auditory verbal short-term memory using TMS

Savill, Nicola

C33

Functional network rewiring from manual gesture to language

liu, lanfang

C34

Brain-based individual difference measures of reading skill in deaf adults

Mehravari, Alison

C35

Heschl's gyrus responses to visual language in deaf individuals are driven by auditory deprivation, and not by language modality

Cardin, Velia

C36

Proficiency and age of acquisition predict brain activation and white matter connectivity in Mandarin-English bilinguals

Nichols, Emily S.

C37

Neural Oscillations provide insight into developmental differences between children and adults during auditory sentence processing.

Schneider, Julie M.

C38

Visual ERP repetition effects to novel objects predict word fast-mapping ability in 20-month-olds

Borgstrom, Kristina

C39

L-dopa modulates frontostriatal signalling during encoding of new unfamiliar picture-pseudoword pairings

Rawlings, Alicia

C40

Tracking the neural dynamics of the formation of a novel language schema

Berkers, Ruud

C41

Consolidation of newly learned words with or without meanings: fMRI study on young adults

Takashima, Atsuko

C42

Neurophysiological correlates of first-language (L1) attrition and second-language (L2) acquisition: A continuum based on proficiency

Kasparian, Kristina

C43

Motor cortex involvement in neurosemantics of L1 and L2: evidence from rapid mu-rhythm desynchronisation

Vukovic, Nikola

C44

Context affects L1 but not L2 during bilingual word recognition: an MEG study

Lehtonen, Minna

C45

Hemispheric Involvement in Native and Non-Native Comprehension of Conventional Metaphors

Borodkin, Katy

C46

Game based second-language vocabulary training strategies; implications for learning outcomes and brain function

O'Neil, Kiera

C47

Effect of Levodopa on Learning New Words with Semantic Attributes

Copland, David

C48

The Processing of Figurative Two-part Allegorical Sayings: An ERP Study

Zhang, Hui

C49

Dissociating Lexical-semantic Activation and Combinatorial Processing in the Human Language System

Feng, Gangyi

C50

“What is Concrete and Abstract and Read All Over!?”: An fMRI Study of Polysemy

Tao, Yuan

C51

Identifying objects at different levels of specificity: Cortical dynamics in hub and spokes

Jefferies, Beth

C52

Context-dependent interpretation of words: MEG evidence for interactive neural processes

Mollo, Giovanna

C53

On the processing of negated meanings: A chronometric-TMS study

Papeo, Liuba

C54

No Squirrel Likes Collecting Nuts. An ERP Study on Quantification, Prediction, and Cloze Probability.

Freunberger, Dominik

C55

Oscillatory brain dynamics associated with the automatic emotional processing of words

Wang, Lin

C56

Marbles and metaphor: Language processing in the brain is sensitive to motion congruency

Bardolph, Megan D.

C57

Simulating fiction: Individual differences in literature comprehension revealed with fMRI

Nijhof, Annabel

C58

Narrative perspective influences immersion in fiction reading: Evidence from Skin Conductance Response

Hartung, Franziska

C59

Imaging dyadic conversation: Measures of interactive alignment and social interaction independently modulate patterns of interbrain coherence

Abdulsabur, Nuria

C60

Neural Adaptability During Sentence Reading: Higher Language Ability but not Semantic Sentence Complexity Increases Neural Activity

van Ettinger-Veenstra, Helene

C61

Patterns of activation and connectivity in fronto-temporal language networks during sentence processing in patients with schizophrenia: A multimodal imaging investigation

Weber, Kirsten

C62

Narrative production related to cognitive constructs in Alzheimer’s Disease, Mild Cognitive Impairment and major depression: comparative case studies

Hubner, Lilian Cristine

C63

Brain correlates of chunk size in Chinese

CHANG, HUI-CHUAN

C64

Impairment in Sentence Comprehension in Patients with the Behavioral Variant of Frontotemporal Degeneration (bvFTD)

Williams, Rebecca

C65

Structural size matters: ERP signatures of strategies to recover meaning of elliptical sentences

Ruijgrok, Bobby

C66

A meta-analysis on syntactic vs. semantic unification

Hagoort, Peter

C67

Subject vs. object asymmetry of 'floating' numeral classifiers in Korean: An ERP study

Park, Myung-Kwan

C68

ERP effects of the processing of preferentially long-distance bound anaphor caki in Korean

Cho, Euiyon

C69

The middle temporal and inferior parietal cortex contributions to inferior frontal unification across complex sentences

Udden, Julia

C70

Direct evidence for structural prediction from the processing of auxiliary dependencies: An ERP investigation in French

Husband, Matt

C71

Overlap and segregation in activation for syntax and semantics: a meta-analysis of 13 fMRI studies

Fonteijn, Hubert

C72

Event Roles and Temporal Structure: Electrophysiological correlates of grammatical verb aspect processing

Madden Lombardi, Carol

C73

P3 amplitude indexes the degree of similarity-based interference in memory retrieval during sentence comprehension

Schoknecht, Pia

C74

Evidence for domain general error detection in speech

Gauvin, Hanna

C75

Locus of Stroop-like effects in color and picture naming: Evidence from electrophysiology

Shitova, Natalia

C76

Does language production use response conflict monitoring?

ten Velden, Jolien

C77

Verbal working memory recruits distinct manipulation and maintenance neural processes

Cogan, Gregory

C78

On the existence of buffers for semantic and phonological short-term memory (STM): insights from functional neuroimaging and lesion analyses

Martin, Randi C.

C79

Can non-invasive brain stimulation increase fluency in people who stutter?

Chesters, Jennifer

C80

Altered activity in language-related left fronto-tempro-parietal network in aphasic stroke.

Geranmayeh, Fatemeh

C81

Predicting extent of aphasia recovery using lesion location

Thors, Helga

C82

Right hemisphere lesion sites that result in speech production and comprehension difficulties

Gajardo-Vidal, Andrea

C83

Evaluating a dorsal-pathway account of aphasic language production

Roelofs, Ardi

C84

Abnormal putamen activity is an indicator of dysfluent speech in stuttering

Connally, Emily L

C85

A new strategy to optimize aphasic naming capabilities based on the assumptions of the Mirror Neuron System: a pilot study

Klann, Juliane

C86

Narrative Language Production Impairment in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

Ash, Sharon

Poster Session D

D1

When reality and beliefs differ: oxytocin biases communicative choices towards reality

de Boer, Miriam

D2

Beat gestures modulate the processing focused and non-focused words in context

Dimitrova, Diana

D3

Taking the listener into account: Computing common ground requires mentalising

Vanlangendonck, Flora

D4

Behavioral and Neurophysiological Correlates of Communicative Intent in the Production of Pointing Gestures

Peeters, David

D5

Pointing kinematics: how communicative knowledge influences motor behavior

Murillo Oosterwijk, Anke

D6

Bidirectional syntactic priming: How much your conversation partner is primed by you determines how much you are primed by her

Schoot, Lotte

D7

Inside speech: neural correlates of audio-lingual speech perception

Treille, Avril

D8

Putting the text in neural context: Short term experiential reorganization of language and the brain

Skipper, Jeremy I

D9

Listening to natural speech: effects of auditory stimulus rhythmicity and content on MEG power spectra

Alexandrou, Anna Maria

D10

Chasing Language Through the Brain: Three Successive Parallel Networks

Towle, Vernon Leo

D11

Confronting functional and neural models of speech comprehension and production

Boves, Lou

D12

Is there a causal influence of motor cortex on comprehending single spoken words? Evidence from single-pulse TMS

Schomers, Malte R.

D13

Finger-tracking in spoken language perception reveals phonological competition

Bauch, Anne

D14

Disrupted Functional Connectivity of Left Pars Opercularis During Viewing of Animated vs. Human Speech

Duncan, E. Susan

D15

Abstract linguistic rules are detected early in processing

Monte-Ordoño, Júlia

D16

Neural correlates of acoustic and linguistic contributions to listening effort during speech comprehension

Lee, Yune-Sang

D17

Musical consonance modulates rule learning

Crespo-Bojorque, Paola

D18

Prosody provides cues to morphosyntactic structure: an EEG-fMRI study of neural networks subserving Swedish word tone processing

Soderstrom, Pelle

D19

Exploring Neural Networks Associated with Silent and Overt Reading: A Graphical Model Approach

Cummine, Jacqueline

D20

Dynamics of response planning in word typing : Evidence for inhibition

Pinet, Svetlana

D21

Two distinct auditory-motor circuits for monitoring speech production as revealed by content-specific suppression of auditory cortex

Ylinen, Sari

D22

Time course of phonological encoding in Cantonese di-syllabic word production: An ERP study

Wong, Andus Wing-Kuen

D23

Mapping the cortical representation of speech sounds during syllable repetition

Johnson, Christopher J.

D24

Sequence Processing In A Covert Speech Repetition Network

Rong, Feng

D25

Mapping left hemisphere language networks by navigated TMS: a psycholinguistic parametric modulation approach

Tanigawa, Noriko

D26

EEG Pattern Classification of Semantic and Syntactic Influences on Subject-Verb Agreement in Production

Acheson, Dan

D27

Advancing the understanding of neural substrates of language learning success using ERP and DTI data

Kepinska, Olga

D28

Bilingualism at the core of the brain. Plasticity effects of language experience on subcortical structures

Burgaleta, Miguel

D29

Age effects in L2 grammar processing and how (not) to study them

Meulman, Nienke

D30

Assessing language lateralisation in preschoolers using functional transcranial Doppler sonography

Payne, Heather

D31

Temporal Dynamics of EEG Topographic Similarity during Successful Language Learning

Qi, Zhenghan

D32

The role of expertise in simultaneous interpreting: an fMRI study

Jeong, Hyeonjeong

D33

Optimizing word learning via sensorimotor information

Hald, Lea

D34

Inhibitory control mechanisms of bilinguals in language production

Van Assche, Eva

D35

Vedic Pandits dedicated to oral memorization/recitation of Sanskrit texts show anatomical reorganization of language, memory and visual systems

Hartzell, James

D36

Another Sub-lexical Unit of Representation in Reading Chinese? The Logographeme Number Effect

Su, I-Fan

D37

Assimilation and accommodation in non-native reading networks: Evidence from Korean-Chinese-English multilinguals

Kim, Say Young

D38

Reading in the brain of children and adults: a meta-analysis of 40 functional magnetic resonance imaging studies

Richlan, Fabio

D39

Masked language switch cost effects: now you see them, now you don´t

Casaponsa, Aina

D40

Neural Systems for Reading Chinese Character: A Multiparametric Approach

Yang, Jianfeng

D41

Cross-language difference of the Neural Systems for Reading at word and story level

Wang, Xiaojuan

D42

Brain activation during novel word encoding predicts lexical integration

Bakker, Iske

D43

Neural Correlates of Emerging Readers in L2: A Bi-directional Approach Using Hebrew and English

Sharoh, Daniel

D44

Intrinsic Connectivity to the Visual Word Form Area and the Putative Visual Number Area

Evans, Tanya

D45

Learning the meaning of words: a neurocomputational account of semantic category-specificity and semantic hubs

Garagnani, Max

D47

The Effects of Age of Acquisition and Familiarity on Semantic Memory

Garcia, Amanda

D48

The contribution of posterior middle temporal gyrus in semantic development: evidence from a longitudinal study

Lee, Shu-Hui

D50

Individual variability in a cortical semantic hub

Bonner, Michael

D51

Theta and beta changes related to learning new words from linguistic context

Maguire, Mandy

D52

The impact of acute, moderate-intensity exercise on new word learning in healthy older adults: An exploratory investigation

Rodriguez, Amy

D53

Shaving bridges & tuning kitaraa: How code-switching affects semantic integration (N400) in second-language learners

Hut, Suzanne C. A.

D54

Default-mode network connectivity predicts response to semantic therapy in cases of anomia

Tremblay, Francis

D55

Investigating Broca's and Wernicke's area involvement in metaphor processing: A tDCS study

Klepousniotou, Ekaterini

D59

Evidence for the causal role of left motor areas for processing abstract and concrete words – a dual case study on brain tumor patients

Dreyer, Felix R.

D60

Constructing the white matter networks of semantic processing with healthy and patient populations

Bi, Yanchao

D61

Neural correlates of speech preparation in interactive turn-taking: An early start?

Bögels, Sara

D62

Overlap between Language processing areas and sensory-motor maps

Sood, Mariam

D63

The storyteller’s brain: Patterns of activation and deactivation during the creation of narrative fiction differentially modulate narrative structure and predict audience engagement

Xu, Yisheng

D65

What does it take to tell a good story? The relation between narrative skills and neuropsychological factors in 3rd graders

Torkildsen, Janne von Koss

D66

Priming of transparent derived verbs in L2 speakers: An fMRI study

De Grauwe, Sophie

D67

Activation modulation in the left inferior frontal gyrus caused by scrambled word orders: An fMRI study in Kaqchikel Maya

Ohta, Shinri

D68

First language effects on second language processing of grammatical gender: An ERP-study

Berends, Sanne M.

D69

“Right now, Sophie *swims in the pool?!” processing of grammatical aspect in native and second language readers

Walbert, Kelly

D70

How does the old support the new? The role of memory consolidation in learning novel morphological forms

Mirkovic, Jelena

D71

Linguistic Rule Representation in the Bilingual Brain

Seo, Roy

D74

COMMUNICATIVE STRATEGIES AND DISCOURSE PROCESSING IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

Jerônimo, Gislaine Machado

D75

A dual-route account of object knowledge deficits in primary progressive aphasia

Hurley, Robert

D76

The predictability effect on N400 reflects aging and the severity of reading comprehension deficits in aphasics

Chang, Chih-ting

D77

The Effect of Semantic Constraint and Cloze Probability on Chinese Classifier-Noun Agreement in Aphasia

Chou, Chia-Ju

D78

Resting connectivity within the right Broca’s homolog relates to poor word reading in aphasic patients with left-hemisphere stroke

Skipper, Laura

D79

Neural circuitries underlying distinct types of verb naming errors in aphasia

Ivanova, Maria

D81

Lexico-semantic dissociations in patients with brain tumors in the posterior temporal lobe

Rofes, Adria

D82

Bilateral Temporal Lobe Damage Distinguishes Patients’ Anomia Type

Roncero, Carlos

D83

Surface dyslexia is more prominent in semantic variant primary progressive aphasia with left-predominant than with right-predominant temporal lobe atrophy

Binney, Richard

D84

Abbreviated Pyramids and Palm Trees Test Effectively Discriminates Semantic-Variant Progressive Aphasia From Other Variants of Primary Progressive Aphasia

Cohen, Kara

D85

Using TMS to Predict Language Outcome after Stroke

Lorca-Puls, Diego L.

D86

Phonological processing of spoken language in beginning readers under the risk of dyslexia: an fMRI study

Łuniewska, Magdalena

Poster Session E

E1

The Effect of Segmental-Tonal Neighborhood Density in Chinese Spoken Word Recognition: An Eye-Tracking Study

Su, Chung-I Erica

E2

No Place for [h]: an ERP investigation of English [Place] features

Schluter, Kevin

E3

Eye movement evidence of the cohort density effects in Chinese spoken character recognition

Tsai, Jie-Li

E4

Does the auditory evoked M100 component reflect the assembling of phonological features into natural classes?

Kharaman, Mariya

E5

Pre-attentive processing of duration contrasts: an MMN study

Kotzor, Sandra

E6

Cross-linguistic differences in automatic perception of allophonic vowel duration

Roberts, Adam

E7

Asymmetry effects on the mismatch response (MMR) to speech sounds: an MEG/ERF study of [t] vs. [d]

Nielsen, Andreas Højlund

E8

Online processing of co-articulated information in words and pseudowords

Schild, Ulrike

E9

Identification of functional acoustic cues involved in speech perception: recent advances using Auditory Classification Images.

Varnet, Léo

E10

How does musical expertise shape speech perception? Visual evidence from Auditory Classification Images.

Wang, Tianyun

E11

Asymmetric processing of word accent in Norwegian

Wetterlin, Allison

E12

Adult listeners handle speaker and dialect variation differently: evidence from an ERP study

Dadwani, Rozmin

E13

Repetition attenuation and stimulus specificity in long-latency auditory evoked responses to vowels

Silva, Daniel Márcio

E14

Motor and somatosensory adaptation during overt and imagined orofacial and speech actions

Sato, Marc

E15

Lexical-perceptual influences on sensorimotor adaptation in speech

Shiller, Douglas

E16

Phoneme sequence probability encoding during speech production

Leonard, Matthew

E17

Neural basis of syllable frequency effects in speech perception and production

Tremblay, Pascale

E18

ASSESSING THE LINK BETWEEN SPEECH PERCEPTION AND PRODUCTION IN SPEECH MOTOR CONTROL THROUGH INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

Franken, Matthias K.

E19

The inner workings of inner speech: An fMRI investigation using phonetic features

Arsenault, Jessica

E20

Cortical Network for Sensorimotor Integration of Audio-Visual Speech

Venezia, Jonathan

E22

Learning to read words and name novel objects: overnight changes to neural and behavioural responses

Quinn, Connor

E23

Distinctive effects of regularity and consistency in orthography-phonology mapping in a logographic writing system: An ERP study

Law, Sam-Po

E24

Neural language processing in musicians vs. nonmusicians: An investigation of the ‘visual word form area’

Cohn, Michelle D.

E25

Recycling the left fusiform gyrus for reading.

Quinones, Ileana

E26

Shared vs. specific brain activation changes in dyslexia after training of phonology, attention, or reading

Heim, Stefan

E27

Is there a connectivity deficit in poor readers?

Su, Merina

E28

Exploring the added value of Spherical Deconvolution for reading-related white matter pathways

Vanderauwera, Jolijn

E29

ERPs reveal automatic activation of speech variants in lexical tones processed below the level of awareness

Nixon, Jessie S.

E30

Rhythmic pattern functions in syntactic structuring during sentence reading: An fMRI study

Luo, Yingyi

E31

Phonotactic violations and case violations activates the left inferior frontal gyrus

Seyfried, Friederike

E32

An investigation of automatic Chinese phonological activation during English word reading in Chinese-English bilinguals

Wen, Yun

E33

Learning to read a logographic writing system as a second language: An ERP study of L2 Chinese proficient readers

Yum, Yen Na

E34

Functional Connectivity Related to Chinese Lexical Tone Discrimination: A Comparison of Participants with Continued versus Discontinued use of Chinese

Pierce, Lara

E35

6-month-olds do not get stressed by stress

Teickner, Claudia

E36

Acquisition of novel morphosyntax by language learners: an EEG study

Leminen, Alina

E37

Structural property of the left arcuate fasciculus as an indicator of individual syntactic abilities in a second language

Yamamoto, Kayako

E38

How Gender, Handedness, and L1 Processing Strategy Influence L2 Grammatical Processing

Wampler, Emma

E40

Effects of age of acquisition (AoA) and proficiency on processing of syntax in 6- to 8-year old monolingual and bilingual children: an ERP study

Andersson, Annika

E41

Today read she the paper: An ERP study of the processing of word order in Swedish as a second language

Sayehli, Susan

E43

Tracking sensitivity to L2 morphosyntax: Evidence for the role of the L1 from two longitudinal studies of early learners

Fiorentino, Robert

E44

Surface-based searchlight mapping of modality-independent responses to semantic categories using high-resolution fMRI

Poster Withdrawn

E45

Language and perception: Hemispheric involvement in the Whorfian effects of color labels

Benchimol, Galit

E46

MEG-derived neural oscillatory activity differentiates sentence processing from word list processing in theta, beta, and gamma frequency bands across time and space

Lam, Nietzsche

E47

Semantic category fluency performance is correlated with regional brain volume in older adults

Vonk, Jet M. J.

E48

Sensory-Motor Attribute Ratings Predict Brain Responses to Individual Words

Fernandino, Leonardo

E49

The Representation of Mammals in the Human Brain

Berezutskaya, Yuliya

E50

A task comparison of motor activation in online sentence comprehension.

Lam, Kevin

E51

Sentence Construction by Stored-Form Retrieval and by Combination: ERP Evidence for Early and Interactive Processing

Lucchese, Guglielmo

E52

Does the prediction benefit outlast grammatical violations? A double-violation ERP study.

Freunberger, Dominik

E53

Individual Differences in L1 Sentence Processing: an ERP Study

Dubinsky, Ella C.

E54

Fishing is not wrestling: Neural correlates of the verb instrumentality effect

Dragoy, Olga

E55

An ERP study on the processing of monosyllabic and disyllabic nouns and verbs in Chinese

Xia, Quansheng

E56

Participants strategically exploit dependencies hidden in studies designed using Latin Square designs

Szewczyk, Jakub

E57

Discourse predictions are processed in the dorsal auditory stream: An fMRI study using naturalistic stories.

Kandylaki, Katerina

E58

An FMRI study of the interaction between sentence-level syntax and semantics during language comprehension

Folia, Vasiliki

E59

A Spiking Recurrent Neural Network for Semantic Processing

Fitz, Hartmut

E61

A Neuronal Gamma Oscillatory Signature during Morphological Unification in the Left Occipito-Temporal Junction

Levy, Jonathan

E62

Neurocognitive expressions of derivational morphology in Italian: evidence from univariate and multivariate fMRI analyses.

Carota, Francesca

E63

Aging and individual differences in pronoun comprehension: an ERP investigation

Lai, Chia-Ho

E64

Individual Differences in Right Hemisphere Language Contributions: A Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Investigation

Prat, Chantel

E65

The role of prominence in Spanish sentence comprehension: an ERP study

Gattei, Carolina

E66

Top-down modulation in the frontotemporal network during syntactic processing: A dynamic causal modeling analysis

Kocagoncu, Ece

E67

Morphological triggers and the P600: ERP evidence for morphological expectations during sentence comprehension

Mehravari, Alison

E68

Asymmetric ERP responses within sub-conditions of “balanced” syntactic violation paradigms: P600s, “LANs”, and additivity.

Marcinek, Bradley T.

E69

The role of motor-relatedness and priming type in the processing of Dutch derived verbs

De Grauwe, Sophie

E70

A novel approach to investigating the neural correlates of syntax: a ‘syntactic perturbation’ paradigm during sentence production

Matchin, William

E71

Noun/Verb Entropy: an MEG Study of Word-level Syntactic Category Ambiguity

King, Joseph

E72

Agreement Attraction in the Neural Language System

Tucker, Matthew

E73

Beyond Broca’s area: an fMRI study of individual differences in domain-general mechanisms contributing to sentence comprehension

Rogalsky, Corianne

E74

Memory retrieval during pronoun processing relies on coherent theta oscillations between frontal and posterior cortex

Meyer, Lars

E75

Re-arrangement of functional networks when listening to auditory inputs with differing artificial grammars

Andric, Michael

E76

Recasting the eLAN as an Attentional Efficiency-dependent Enhancement of the N100

Barkley, Christopher

E77

The Role of the Right Hemisphere in Langauge Comprehension: A Dynamic Causal Modeling Investigation

Stocco, Andrea

E78

Cognitive development in dyslexia

Helland, Turid

E79

Dysgraphia in Patients with the Behavioral Variant of Frontotemporal Degeneration and Primary Progressive Aphasia.

Moran, Eileen

E80

Computer-based rehabilitation for central alexia

Woodhead, Zoe

E81

Single word reading after left hemisphere stroke: a VLSM analysis

Lacey, Elizabeth H.

E82

The Role of Subcortical Structures in Language: Evidence from Lesion Data

Balasuramanian, Venu

E83

Statistical learning and overnight consolidation of an artificial grammar: Evidence from adults with and without aphasia

Schuchard, Julia

E84

LONGITUDINAL DECLINE IN SENTENCE COMPREHENSION IN PRIMARY PROGRESSIVE APHASIA AND BEHAVIORAL VARIANT FRONTOTEMPORAL DEGENERATION

Grossman, Murray

E85

Aphasia rehabilitation from a linguistic perspective and the role of tDCS

de Aguiar, Vânia