Poster Sessions

Session #

Time & Location / Topics Being Presented

Session A

Thursday, August 18, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, Jeffery and Elvin Halls

 

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes; Grammar: Morphology; Language Development; Language Disorders; Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics; Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics; Meaning: Lexical Semantics; Meaning: Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes; Methods; Multilingualism; Perception: Auditory; Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes; Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration; Phonology and Phonological Working Memory; Signed Language and Gesture; Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration; Writing and Spelling

Session B

Thursday, August 18, 3:00 – 5:00 pm, Jeffery and Elvin Halls

 

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes; Grammar: Morphology; Grammar: Syntax; Language Development; Language Disorders; Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics; Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics; Meaning: Lexical Semantics; Meaning: Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes; Methods; Multilingualism; Perception: Auditory; Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes; Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration; Phonology and Phonological Working Memory; Signed Language and Gesture; Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration; Writing and Spelling

Session C

Friday, August 19, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, Jeffery and Elvin Halls

 

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes; Grammar: Syntax; Language Development; Language Disorders; Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics; Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics; Meaning: Lexical Semantics; Meaning: Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes; Methods; Multilingualism; Perception: Auditory; Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes; Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration; Phonology and Phonological Working Memory; Signed Language and Gesture; Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration; Writing and Spelling

Session D

Friday, August 19, 1:30 – 3:30 pm, Jeffery and Elvin Halls

 

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes; Grammar: Syntax; Language Development; Language Disorders; Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics; Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics; Meaning: Lexical Semantics; Meaning: Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes; Methods; Multilingualism; Perception: Auditory; Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes; Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration; Phonology and Phonological Working Memory; Signed Language and Gesture; Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration; Writing and Spelling

Session E

Friday, August 19, 5:30 – 7:30 pm, Jeffery and Elvin Halls

 

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes; Grammar: Syntax; Language Development; Language Disorders; Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics; Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics; Meaning: Lexical Semantics; Meaning: Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes; Methods; Multilingualism; Perception: Auditory; Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes; Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration; Phonology and Phonological Working Memory; Signed Language and Gesture; Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration; Writing and Spelling

Session F

Saturday, August 20, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, Jeffery and Elvin Halls

 

Animal Communication; Grammar: Syntax; History of the Neurobiology of Language; Language Development; Language Disorders; Language Genetics; Language Therapy; Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics; Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics; Meaning: Lexical Semantics; Meaning: Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes; Methods; Multilingualism; Perception: Auditory; Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes; Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration; Phonology and Phonological Working Memory; Signed Language and Gesture; Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

Poster Assignments

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Board

Title

Last, First

Poster Session A

A1

Different rule-based violations of stem vowels of German verbs evoke differential ERP effects

Bekemeier, Natalia

A2

Vowel development in infancy: Multidimensional scaling of English vowels using cortical auditory evoked potentials

McCarthy, Kathleen

A3

How does newborns’ brain process speech temporal information?

Cabrera, Laurianne

A4

Associations between language and cognitive skills and auditory discrimination in children. An ERP and behavioural study

Linnavalli, Tanja

A5

Characterization of phase entrainment to speech sounds in laminar recordings in monkey A1

Zoefel, Benedikt

A6

Effects of phonetic category structure on brain activity during word recognition

Luthra, Sahil

A7

Tracking of Speech Rhythm by Cortical oscillations: an MEG study in typically developing children

Guiraud, Hélène

A8

Neural processing of congruent and incongruent audiovisual speech in school-aged children with and without specific language impairment (SLI)

Heikkilä, Jenni

A9

Reorganization of the neurobiology of speech perception after sentence overlearning

Jo, Yoon Ju

A10

A Functional transcranial Doppler sonography (fTCD) study of hemispheric dominance during silent speechreading.

Gutierrez, Eva

A11

Do you listen to your brain? Oscillatory activity and speech perception

Pérez, Alejandro

A12

Behavioral and neural correlates of bilingual language switching in virtual reality

Peeters, David

A13

Beyond bilingualism - Multilingual language experience correlates with bilateral caudate volume in polyglots

Hervais-Adelman, Alexis

A14

Language switching: beneficial or costly? Evidence from studies with second language learners and trilinguals

Hut, Suzanne

A15

Grey matter changes associated to bilingualism across lifespan: combining voxel-based morphometry (VBM) and cortical thickness (CT).

García-Pentón, Lorna

A16

Regulation and resolution: How bilingualism and cognitive aging affect the use of executive function in comprehension

Zirnstein, Megan

A17

Influence of the degree of object typicality in the course of word production : an ERP study

Fargier, Raphael

A18

The older the better: how language shapes brain connectivity through lifetime

Ferré, Perrine

A19

Prediction is production: ERP evidence in sentence comprehension

Martin, Clara

A20

Characteristics of abstract speech in bvFTD

Cousins, Katheryn

A21

Changes in neural oscillations provide insight into the engagement of cognitive processes during word learning

Abel, Alyson

A22

Put it in context: Investigating the effects of task demand on word processing

Heard, Alison

A23

Investigating the Effect of Experience on Concrete and Abstract Word Processing: A Study with Semantic Priming Task

Yuceil, Selgun

A24

Parietal circuit distinguishing between feminine and masculine entities: an fMRI study of gender agreement processing.

Quinones, Ileana

A25

Tracking the learning of new meanings for novel words and known words

Fang, Xiaoping

A26

Effects of familial dyslexia on neonatal speech sound processing as reflected by auditory ERPs

Thiede, Anja

A27

Past tense production in children with and without specific language impairment: an fMRI study

Liegeois, Frederique

A28

White matter connectivity in children with speech and/or language impairment: a diffusion weighted imaging and tractography study

Morgan, Angela

A29

Where is the red ball (moving)?: Differences in the use of locative and directional prepositions in high-functioning autism

Bochynska, Agata

A30

Impaired categorical perception of lexical tones in Chinese children with autism: An Event-Related Potential study

Wang, Xiaoyue

A31

Early Parental Input affects Brain Activation during Auditory Sentence Comprehension in Preadolescent Children

Asaridou, Salomi S.

A32

Neurocognitive Correlates of Verbs: Zero-Derivation versus Lexical-Selection costs

Lukic, Sladjana

A33

Processing of nouns and verbs in different contexts: An fMRI study

Feng, Shiwen

A34

Production of grammatical and lexical verbs in context: an ERP study.

Michel Lange, Violaine

A35

The role of memory consolidation in learning and generalising inflectional morphology: behavioural and fMRI findings

Vinals, Lydia

A36

Precision grip and whole hand grasp nominal classifiers in Japanese: An fMRI study

Lobben, Marit

A37

White matter pathways associated with morphological processing

Yablonski, Maya

A38

Concentric Analysis of Category Naming Fluency in Frontotemporal Degeneration

Grossman, Murray

A39

Verbal Working Memory Capacities in Sentence Comprehension: Evidence from Aphasia

Tan, Yingying

A40

Artificial grammar learning tasks reveal global deficits in auditory sequence processing in vascular and progressive non-fluent aphasia

Wilson, Benjamin

A41

From Oscillopathies to Neural Entrainment: Using Language Deficits in Autism and Schizophrenia to (Re)construct an Oscillomic Model of Linguistic Computation

Murphy, Elliot

A42

Neural Specialization for the Combination of Parsing and Task Performance

Caplan, David

A43

Neural mechanisms of auditory sentence comprehension, canonicity, and syntactic movement in people with aphasia

Europa, Eduardo

A44

On the association between memory capacity and sentence comprehension: Insights from a systematic review and meta-analysis of the aphasia literature

Varkanitsa, Maria

A45

The role of the Uncinate Fasciculus in learning to read

Vanderauwera, Jolijn

A46

Subcortical Correlates of Receptive Language Impairment in Children Aged 8-10 with Developmental Coordination Disorder

Bonthrone, Alexandra F

A47

Language Comprehension and Functional Connectivity in Individuals with Optimal Outcome from Autism Spectrum Disorder

Li, Monica Y.C.

A48

The English can’t stand the bottle like the Dutch: ERPs show an effect of language on object perception

Flecken, Monique

A49

Effects of language modality on the neural correlates of semantic ambiguity processing

Holderer, Lena Maria

A50

Time course of contextual semantics in spoken language comprehension as revealed by MEG: From automatic lexico-semantic access at 50 ms to top-down control at 400 ms

Shtyrov, Yury

A51

Age-related changes and individual differences in language comprehension

Huang, Hsu-Wen

A52

Silent memory for language processing

Fitz, Hartmut

A53

The role of semantic control in production of coherent speech: Evidence from young and older adults

Hoffman, Paul

A54

Referential ERP Effects Swing with the Antecedents: A Compilation Study

Monette, James

A55

The contribution of working memory during discourse comprehension: a fMRI study

Yang, Xiaohong

A56

What does it mean to regress? The neural basis of regressive eye movements during reading as revealed by concurrent fMRI/eye-tracking measures

Weiss, Anna Fiona

A57

Where words and space collide: An fMRI investigation of the overlap between spatial attention and reading

Ekstrand, Chelsea

A58

Graded Semantic Similarity Effects in Morphological Decomposition: Evidence from Event-Related Potentials

Joanisse, Marc F

A59

Top-down modulation of early word-like sensitivity in Chinese character recognition

Wang, Fang

A60

Neural mechanisms for halting and monitoring in spoken word production: the role of phonology

Hansen, Samuel

A61

Cortical thickness of Planum Temporale in native language tone processing

Schremm, Andrea

A62

Conduction Aphasia in American Sign Language: Implications for a Neural Model of Sign Language Processing

Corina, David

A63

Organization of symbols in the middle temporal gyrus

Agostini, Beatrice

A64

Cortical representation of articulatory targets in speech movements

Conant, David

A65

Speech Motor Adaptation in People Who Stutter

Bradshaw, Abigail

A66

Neurophysiological correlates of action word and sound processing in healthy controls and in individuals with autism spectrum disorders: A mismatch negativity (MMN) study

Mohr, Bettina

A67

Fronto-parietal connectivity in the extraction of language rules

Orpella, Joan

A68

Syntactic processing and proactive interference effects on verbal working memory capacity: A comparison between non-fluent post-stroke aphasia and non-fluent variant PPA

Peristeri, Eleni

A69

Oscillatory neural dynamics underlying the sentence superiority effect

Bonhage, Corinna E.

A70

Neural mechanisms for monitoring emotional valence during spoken word production

de Zubicaray, Greig

A71

Insult back or empathize with the insulter? Cognitive strategies for dealing with insults

Struiksma, Marijn

A72

Whole-brain fMRI activity at a high temporal resolution

Janssen, Niels

A73

Functional segregation of linguistic functions within fronto-parietal networks

Parlatini, Valeria

A74

Bad and good performers in a fMRI paradigm of three gendered language conditions – preliminary results

Kaiser, Anelis

A75

The impact of orthography on handwriting: A coupled fMRI and kinematics study of the interaction between spelling regularity and motor production.

palmis, sarah

Poster Session B

B1

Neural oscillations in the developing auditory brain: a longitudinal dyslexia study

Vanvooren, Sophie

B2

Neural auditory temporal processing at cortical and subcortical levels in children with and without (a family risk for) dyslexia

De Vos, Astrid

B3

Not all who listen in babble use semantic context alike.

Wambacq, Ilse

B4

Speaker identity in non-verbal signals – variability impairs generalization

Lavan, Nadine

B5

Language-specificity in early cortical responses to speech sounds

Cutler, Anne

B6

Is cortical entrainment to speech a neural correlate of listening effort?

Song, Jieun

B7

Audiovisual matching ability in 4.5-month old monolingual and bilingual infants

Pejovic, Jovana

B8

Theta oscillations determine auditory word segmentation

Strauss, Antje

B9

Tracking lexical garden-path resolution with MEG: Phonological commitment and sensitivity to subphonemic detail are independent

Gwilliams, Laura

B10

Perceptual sensitivity to voicing onsets in continuous speech can be indexed by phase resetting of ongoing theta neural oscillations

Mai, Guangting

B11

Representation of audiovisual speech features in superior temporal cortex investigated with intracranial surface electrodes.

Micheli, Cristiano

B12

Unbalanced Math in Bilingual Minds

Martinez, Alejandro

B13

Why do bilingual speakers have bigger attentional blinks? Insights from ERPs

Zhou, Beinan

B14

Cortical Thickness Changes with Short-Term Second Language Vocabulary Training

Legault, Jennifer

B15

Bilingual Experience Influences Different Components of Cognitive Control: An fMRI Study

Sun, Xun

B16

A tale of two enhancements: Monolinguals catch-up to bilinguals on executive control abilities during adolescence, auditory processing enhancements remain

Krizman, Jennifer

B17

How Bilingual are Bilectal Speakers? An fMRI Study of Text Comprehension in Different Language Varieties.

Schmitt, Julia M.

B18

Selective Action Verb Processing Deficits: Voxel-Based Lesion-Symptom Mapping

Binder, Jeffrey R.

B19

Neuroplasticity of language in left-hemisphere stroke: evidence linking subsecond electrophysiology and structural connectivity

Piai, Vitoria

B20

Cathodal tDCS of the bilateral anterior temporal lobe facilitates semantically-driven word retrieval

Zuckerman, Bonnie

B21

Category-specific verb deficits in Alzheimer’s: Thematic structure effects in naming and sentence production with dynamic scenes

de Almeida, Roberto G.

B22

Semantic memory performance following left vs. right anterior temporal lobe resection

Rice, Grace E

B23

Integration of verbal object descriptions recruits ventral stream including perirhinal cortex

Kivisaari, Sasa L

B24

Alpha power reflects prediction differences in learning of nouns and verbs

Schneider, Julie

B25

Adaptive plasticity in the semantic network: Evidence from combined theta-burst stimulation and functional neuroimaging

Hartwigsen, Gesa

B26

Explicit retrieval of visual and non-visual properties of concrete entities: Differential involvement of superior temporal sulcus and anterior inferior frontal gyrus

Liuzzi, Antonietta Gabriella

B27

Structural brain deficits in Chinese children with English reading impairment

Li, Hehui

B28

Using brain rhythms to improve behavioral predictors of reading

Zugarramurdi, Camila

B29

Rule Learning is Modulated by Temporal Attention in Childhood

Martinez-Alvarez, Anna

B30

Morphological Processing in Chinese-Speaking Children: An Event-Related Potential Study.

Su, I-Fan

B31

A quantitative account of the temporal dynamics of reading morphologically complex words

Hakala, Tero

B32

Morphological structure revealed by microsaccades

Yablonski, Maya

B33

A common neural hub resolves syntactic and non-syntactic conflict through cooperation with task-specific networks

Hsu, Nina

B34

Expectation effects on the processing of syntactic structure

Kroczek, Leon

B35

Grammatical constraints on lexical and structural processing strategies: EMEG evidence from Russian morphosyntax

Klimovich-Smith, Anastasia

B36

Plausibility and Agreement Effects of Adjectives on Noun-Noun Compounds in Icelandic: An ERP Study

Parrish, Alicia

B37

Meta-analysis of mismatch negativity (MMN) studies on specific language impairment (SLI)

Leminen, Miika

B38

Spoken language following cardiorespiratory arrest in children

Geva, Sharon

B39

Effects of early music intervention on neural speech processing in infants at risk for dyslexia

Virtala, Paula

B40

Impaired automatic and controlled semantic retrieval of words in Chinese dyslexic children: Evidence from lexicality effect on N400

Tzeng, Yu-Lin

B41

Less is more: facilitating naming in aphasic patients

Nardo, Davide

B42

Functional ROI activation may predict functional communication and demonstrate post-therapy intervention in post-stroke expressive aphasia

Stark, Brielle

B43

Patients with central alexia rely on direct top-down control of visual cortex from left IFG when reading single words

Kerry, Sheila

B44

Transcranial direct current stimulation effects on neural processing in post-stroke aphasia

Meinzer, Marcus

B45

Stimulating reading: Behavioural and neural correlates of left-lateralising tDCS to temporal parietal cortex in adults with developmental dyslexia

McMillan, Isobel

B46

Comparison of voxel-based lesion symptom maps for measures of speech fluency in chronic left-hemisphere stroke

Feenaughty, Lynda

B47

Different high-level language regions integrate information over the same time-window

Blank, Idan

B48

If so many are “few”, how few are “many”? Intact semantic learning but failure to generalize in bvFTD patients with frontal atrophy

Heim, Stefan

B49

Fine-Grained Semantic Coding in White Matter Connections

Fang, Yuxing

B50

Hippocampal engagement in online, high-level linguistic processing

Blank, Idan

B51

Neuropragmatic Speech-Language Deficits Specific To Speech Act Type Following Left-Hemispheric Lesion

Pulvermuller, Friedemann

B52

Knowing vs. thinking: does factivity matter for event structure processing?

Shetreet, Einat

B53

A neural oscillatory signature of reference

Nieuwland, Mante

B54

Processing of lexical category and argument structure information in deverbal adjectives: An MEG study on Greek

Neophytou, Kyriaki

B55

Comparing and validating methods of reading instruction using behavioural and neural findings in an artificial orthography

Taylor, J S H

B56

Context- and knowledge-based predictions in visual word recognition: A MEG study investigating the interaction of pseudoword familiarization and repetition

Eisenhauer, Susanne

B57

Visual information aids statistical and rule-based learning of syllable triplets: evidence from ERPs

Chládková, Kateřina

B58

Listen-In: The development and testing of a tablet-based therapy application for patients with impaired speech comprehension caused by stroke. Phase 1: Development and consultation.

Brownsett, Sonia

B59

Neural development of phonological working memory from childhood to adulthood

Qi, Zhenghan

B60

Sequential encoding of acoustic features in EEG responses to continuous speech

Khalighinejad, Bahar

B61

How do signers process spatial anaphora? – An ERP analysis of German Sign Language

Wienholz, Anne

B62

Neural correlates of variation among lexical items in British Sign Language: a parametric fMRI study

Vinson, David

B63

Sensorimotor differences between stuttering and non-stuttering adults before and during fluent speech production recorded in EEG mu rhythms.

Saltuklaroglu, Tim

B64

Motor abilities in people who stutter: Impaired visuomotor adaptation and abnormal response timing

Connally, Emily L.

B65

Assessing error detection and correction abilities in patients with aphasia: MEG and behavioral evidence

Niziolek, Caroline

B66

Inner Speech with your own or someone else’s voice. Cerebral correlates assessed with fMRI

Grandchamp, Romain

B67

Language deficits induced by topiramate (TPM) administration

Barkley, Christopher

B68

Effects of varying cloze probability on prediction and integration during sentence processing

Revill, Kate Pirog

B69

The contribution of executive control to semantic cognition: Insights from semantic aphasia and dysexecutive syndrome

Thompson, Hannah

B70

Emotion and Spoken Language Generation

Barker, Megan S

B71

Early ERPs reflect “inner voice” experience in silent reading of direct versus indirect speech quotations

Yao, Bo

B72

A novel neurolinguistic corpus of spontaneous speech production and concurrent electrocorticographic data

Diekmann, Bella

B73

Confound and control in language experiments

Alday, Phillip M.

B74

Learning to Read Alters Intrinsic Cortico-Subcortical Cross-Talk in the Low-Level Visual System

Huettig, Falk

Poster Session C

C1

Cortical encoding of speech intonation on human superior temporal gyrus

Tang, Claire

C2

Online Modulation of Neural Pitch Encoding in Tone Language Speakers at Subcortical Levels

Lau, Joseph CY

C3

Encoding and Organization of Phonemes by Feature in STG

Mow, Jessica L.

C4

Effects of Speaker and Listener Accent on Speech Perception Measured by Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials

Brint, Emma

C5

Auditory Bubbles: A tool for measuring perceptual and neural representations of speech acoustics

Venezia, Jonathan

C6

Timing predictions in speech can be based on phoneme- or word-onset

Scharinger, Mathias

C7

Multi-level representations in speech processing in brain and machine: Evidence from EMEG and RSA

Wingfield, Cai

C8

Intracranial recordings reveal modulation of high gamma activity in primary auditory cortex during speech pop-out

Billig, Alexander J.

C9

Interactions between oscillatory power in fronto-parietal regions and prosodic entrainment in auditory areas

Keitel, Anne

C10

MEG oscillation of auditory mismatch responses to changes in phonemes and f0 contours

Hsu, Chun-Hsien

C11

How language experiences influence the cognitive and neural oscillatory mechanisms of predictive language processing

Li, Xiaoqing

C12

Tracking syntactic conflict between languages over the course of L2 acquisition: A cross-sectional ERP study

Mickan, Anne

C13

The role of uncertainty in electrophysiological correlates of error detection and feedback processing during second language learning

Bultena, Sybrine

C14

The linguistic relativity of time

LI, Yang

C15

Early classroom-based foreign language learning in children: vocabulary gains despite unchanged neural sensitivities in auditory MMN and visual word N1

Maurer, Urs

C16

Immersive late bilingualism reshapes the core of the brain

Pliatsikas, Christos

C17

Neural Correlates of Language Therapy Effects in a Bilingual with Nonfluent Aphasia

Borodkin, Katy

C18

The Representation of Taxonomic and Thematic Knowledge in the Human Brain

Xu, Yangwen

C19

Serving two Masters: Electrophysiological Evidence for Parallel Idiom Processing

Kessler, Ruth

C20

Working memory, not language experience, predicts N400 effects to semantically anomalous words during reading

Tanner, Darren

C21

The role of the left and right anterior temporal lobes in pictures and names semantic processing

Wilson, Max

C22

The influence of semantic associations on sentence production in schizophrenia: An fMRI study

Creyaufmueller, Maike

C23

ERP responses to (un)expected spatial and non-spatial prepositional phrases

Zane, Emily

C24

Expect the unexpected: Speaker reliability shapes online lexical anticipation

Brothers, Trevor

C25

Processing enhancement for conventional metaphors following stimulation of Broca’s area

Klepousniotou, Ekaterini

C26

The neuromagnetic time-course of semantic ambiguity resolution in speech comprehension

MacGregor, Lucy J

C27

Left primary motor cortex stimulation affects language comprehension during semantic judgment but not lexical decision task: an online rTMS study of action vs. abstract word processing

Vukovic, Nikola

C28

Changes in cortical functional and structural organization related to the development of language production skills

Large, Imogen

C29

Age-related N400 delay and reduction during Chinese sentence comprehension

Zhu, Zude

C30

Large-scale functional network differences between children and adults during reading

lanfang, Liu

C31

The cerebellum's relationship to language function

Vias, Carolina

C32

Developmental Changes of the Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS) Network Architecture in Emerging Readers

Shuai, Lan

C33

Neural Bases of Chinese Syntactic Representation across both Tasks and Syntactic Constructions

Zhang, Wenjia

C34

Automatic detection of morpho-syntactic violations in Dutch: A Mismatch Negativity study

Coopmans, Cas

C35

Probability, Semantics, Syntax, Memory: Within Subject Comparisons of Late Positive Components

Leckey, Michelle

C36

Left inferior frontal cortex mediates morphosyntactic processing: ERP evidence from left-hemisphere damaged patients

Regel, Stefanie

C37

ERP Effects of Scrambled/'Floating' Numeral Classifiers in Korean

Park, Myung-Kwan

C38

Voice mismatch in Korean pseudo-sluicing: An ERP study

Park, Myung-Kwan

C39

Interfered naming and its improvement in aphasia: A group fMRI study on a novel approach to impaired word processing

Abel, Stefanie

C40

Predicting speech entrainment success using white matter connectivity

Feenaughty, Lynda

C41

A DTI study of speech-related white matter tracts in patients with left-hemisphere stroke

Caldinelli, Chiara

C42

Intra- and inter-category regions in semantic dementia: Evidence from anti-VLSM and representational similarity analyses

Ding, Junhua

C43

Lesion correlates of noun and verb processing in post-stroke aphasia: Voxel-Based Correlational Methodology

Alyahya, Reem S. W.

C44

Longitudinal changes of resting state functional connectivity during naming recovery after stroke

Sebastian, Rajani

C45

Association between language functional network and attenuated psychotic symptoms in clinical high-risk psychosis patients in Shanghai

Qi, Zhenghan

C46

Language brain networks in anomic versus non-anomic early Alzheimer’s disease patients

Montembeault, Maxime

C47

Abnormal semantic processing of emotional and neutral words in post traumatic stress disorder

Liebenthal, Einat

C48

Using fMRI to predict post-stroke aphasia recovery

Roxbury, Tracy

C49

Quantifier Polarity Processing and Numerical Comparison: fMRI results show striking Modularity

Grodzinsky, Yosef

C50

Less is more: negative polarity in quantifiers is more difficult to process than negative polarity in adjectives

Agmon, Galit

C51

Compositionality and imagination: Assessing the neuronal correlates of indeterminate sentence interpretation

de Almeida, Roberto G.

C52

Lexical access feeds composition: Temporal modulation of combinatory LATL activity according to lexical access demands

Flick, Graham

C53

The brain dissociates between different levels of prediction during language comprehension

Wlotko, Edward W.

C54

The neural difference between Chinese and English in reading and listening stories

Liu, Mengxing

C55

Processing affirmation and negation in contexts with unique or multiple alternatives

Spychalska, Maria

C56

Left inferior longitudinal fasciculus underlies orthographic processing: Evidence from lesion-behavior mapping analysis

Wang, Ke

C57

To gaze – to see – to read: Brain activity beyond orthographic processing

Heim, Stefan

C58

Training-induced changes in the neural mechanisms underlying visual word recognition

van Hees, Sophia

C59

Foreign sound learning and mismatch negativity (MMN): a longitudinal ERP study

Nielsen, Andreas Højlund

C60

Subcortical involvement in phonological input processing: an electrophysiological registration study

Bruggeman, Arnout

C61

Co-Activation of American Sign Language in Deaf Readers: An ERP Study

Meade, Gabriela

C62

How are individual spoken words and signs represented in sign-speech bilinguals?

Evans, Samuel

C63

Using Acoustic Measures to Refine the Differential Diagnosis of Apraxia of Speech: A Behavioral and Multimodality Neuroimaging Study

Basilakos, Alexandra

C64

Cortical representation of vocal pitch production

Dichter, Benjamin

C65

Investigating the role of auditory feedback in the production of speech and non-speech vocal behaviours

Agnew, Zarinah

C66

Age-related changes in differentiated neural responses to resolution of conflict in magnitude system

Huang, Chih-Mao

C67

An early locus of associative and categorical context effects in speech production: Evidence from an ERP study using the picture-word interference paradigm

Wong, Andus Wing-Kuen

C68

Control of Language Production: The Influence of Strategy Provision on Verbal Suppression and its Neural Substrates in Parkinson’s Disease

Isaacs, Megan L

C69

Metaphor in Politics: Bringing affect to the decision space?

Gamez-Djokic, Vesna

C70

Estimating aphasia scores with SMAP: stacked multimodal aphasia predictions

Pustina, Dorian

C71

The functional relationship between language and motor processing in typing: An EEG study

Pinet, Svetlana

Poster Session D

D1

Predictive coding is key for early sensory language processing in both auditory and visual modalities

Gagl, Benjamin

D2

Neural entrainment reflects temporal predictions guiding speech comprehension

Kösem, Anne

D3

The relationship between speech production and speech perception deficits in Parkinson’s disease

De Keyser, Kim

D4

Cortical-acoustic alignment in cochlear implant users: is it an artifact or a measure of speech processing?

Wagner, Anita

D5

The role of ventral and dorsal pathway in sublexical speech perception: insights from fMRI

Bräuer, Susann

D6

Pure Linguistic Interference during Comprehension of Competing Speech Signals

Dai, Bohan

D7

A brain potential signalling linguistic pre-activation? An analysis of the pre-activation negativity (PrAN)

Soderstrom, Pelle

D8

On the role of low-frequency neural entrainment to acoustic envelopes during phonological and semantic processing of speech

Mai, Guangting

D9

Lexical and lip-reading information as sources of phonemic boundary recalibration

Ullas, Shruti

D10

Laterality and unilateral deafness: Patients with congenital right ear deafness do not develop atypical language dominance

Van der Haegen, Lise

D11

How early does linguistic processing start and where in the brain?

Papanicolaou, Andrew

D12

Neural Network Modelling of Lexical Development in Bilingual Toddlers

Karaminis, Themis

D13

Contextualizing Treatment Outcomes in a Bilingual-Speaker with Anomia by Examining Gray Matter Volume and Functional Connectivity

Grasso, Stephanie

D14

Proactive and reactive control during bilingual lexical access is driven by different portions within the prefrontal cortex

Branzi, Francesca Martina

D15

Mapping the multiple graded contributions of the anterior temporal lobe representational hub to abstract and social concepts: Evidence from distortion-corrected fMRI

Binney, Richard J.

D16

Processing abstract concepts: The role of imageability and emotional valence

Vigliocco, Gabriella

D17

The Good, the bad, and the neutral: The brain organizes abstract semantics primarily by valence

Wu, Wei

D18

Predicting neural activity patterns associated with sentences using a neurobiologically motivated model of semantic representation

Anderson, Andrew

D19

GABA concentrations in the anterior temporal lobe predict human semantic processing

Jung, JeYoung

D20

tDCS to Premotor Cortex Changes Action Verb Understanding: Complementary Effects of Inhibitory and Excitatory Stimulation

Gijssels, Tom

D21

Neural decoding reveals differences between concrete and abstract words

Hulten, Annika

D22

Individual differences in sentence processing based on handedness and family sinistrality in left- and right-handers

Kretzschmar, Franziska

D23

An Experiential Attribute Model of Semantic Representation Predicts Semantic Priming

Fernandino, Leonardo

D24

Influence of early language experience on brain activation to language: A study of hearing infants with Deaf mothers

Mercure, Evelyne

D25

Connectivity of the hippocampus and Broca’s area during novel grammar acquisition: a PPI investigation

Kepinska, Olga

D26

Sex differences in second language word learning: fMRI evidence

Yang, Jing

D27

Do 6 months of bilingual exposure impact neuronal processing of native and non-native regularities?

Rossi, Sonja

D28

Neocortical dynamics underpinning rapid and automatic learning mechanism in children: A neuromagnetic investigation

Partanen, Eino

D29

The role of procedural memory in the skill for language: Evidence from syntactic priming in patients with amnesia.

Heyselaar, Evelien

D30

How expectation modulations based on verb bias and grammatical structure probabilities shape the sentence processing network

Weber, Kirsten

D31

Event-related potentials (ERP) in healthy young and older participants: semantic integration, verb argument structure, and morphosyntactic processing

Barbieri, Elena

D32

Spread the word: MMN brain response reveals whole-form access of discontinuous verbs

Hanna, Jeff

D33

Retrieval cues in language comprehension: Interference effects in monologue but not dialogue

Martin, Andrea E.

D34

A fine differentiation of Korean NPIs: Evidence from ERP responses

Park, Myung-Kwan

D35

Selectional restriction and chord sequence incongruities: Further evidence from event-related potentials in processing language and music

Park, Myung-Kwan

D36

Semantic word category impairments in semantic dementia and posterior cortical atrophy

Shebani, Zubaida

D37

Aberrant neural activity and linguistic dimensions during natural conversation in autism.

Jasmin, Kyle

D38

Dysprosody As A Clinical Biomarker In Neurodegeneration

Nevler, Naomi

D39

Longitudinal resting state functional connectivity patterns in the early phase of recovery from aphasia

Klingbeil, Julian

D40

A biomarker for recovery and decline of language function years after stroke

Hope, Thomas M.H.

D41

Dynamics of perilesional activation in aphasia recovery

Stockert, Anika

D42

Brain regions supporting phonological and semantic reading processes in Central Alexia

Aguilar, Oscar

D43

Fragmentation of structural brain networks is associated with more severe post-stroke aphasia.

Marebwa, Barbara Khalibinzwa

D44

The unique neural correlates of speech fluency, phonology and semantics in chronic post-stroke aphasia.

Halai, Ajay

D45

Reorganization of language networks in people with aphasia: resting state fMRI data

Dragoy, Olga

D46

A common, fine-grained code for object meaning in a subregion of the anterior temporal cortex

Price, Amy

D47

That was not what I expected: specifying the role of the left inferior frontal gyrus in processing unexpected words

Frade, Sofia

D48

The Priming of Basic Combinatory Responses in MEG

Blanco-Elorrieta, Esti

D49

An ERP study of the relationship between verb semantics and events

Andersson, Annika

D50

Online modelling of social perspectives in joint interaction: Event-related potential evidence

Tuomainen, Jyrki

D51

Neural correlates of social appropriateness in dynamic conversation

Rothermich, Kathrin

D52

Finding your way in the zoo: how situation model alignment affects interpersonal neural coupling

Schoot, Lotte

D53

The time course of lexical access for handwritten words: An ERP investigation

Vergara-Martinez, Marta

D54

Early ERP effects of orthographic and phonological lexicality in native, Spanish-English, and Chinese-English readers of English

Dicks, Gary

D55

There is no „pure” orthographic brain area in the visual system of the blind

Rączy, Katarzyna

D56

The anatomy of the posterior segment of the arcuate fasciculus correlates with reading and vocabulary comprehension performance

Robertsson, Naianna

D57

MMN investigation of voicing features in Russian

Schluter, Kevin

D58

The involvement of the pedunculopontine nucleus (PPN) in phonological auditory processing: A case report

De Keyser, Kim

D59

Neural integration of speech and naturally produced, meaningful gestures

Emmorey, Karen

D60

The neural basis of the integration of speech and gesture: A brain stimulation approach

Zhao, Wanying

D61

Exploring the interaction between the rhythms of motor and auditory cortices

Assaneo, M. Florencia

D62

Acoustic and articulatory outcomes of speech training examined with real-time vocal tract MRI

Carey, Daniel

D63

Functional brain outcomes of speech training: generalization from phones to words

Carey, Daniel

D64

Development of the Frontal Aslant Tract (FAT) and its relation to executive function in typical children.

Garic, Dea

D65

Language-Related Functional Networks in the Ventromedial Prefrontal Cortex

Jackson, Rebecca

D66

The role of task complexity in mediating relations of whole brain modularity to task performance

Yue, Qiuhai

D67

Temporal network dynamics of prosody perception: An MEG study

Sammler, Daniela

D68

Reduced sensorimotor responses to laughter in children with conduct problems and high callous-unemotional traits

Lima, Cesar

D69

Signal-space-projection (SSP) methods for extracting single-trial time courses from EEG/MEG data

Hauk, Olaf

D70

Electrophysiological correlates of interference effects in the picture-word interference paradigm

Bürki, Audrey

D71

The brain regions that translate phonology into orthography during oral spelling

Ludersdorfer, Philipp

Poster Session E

E1

Presentation rate is a constraint on neurobiological theories of sensitivity to regularity

Davis, Ben

E2

The importance of white matter tract integrity in aging speech perception: moving beyond the auditory periphery.

Kennedy-Higgins, Dan

E3

Word-frequency and phoneme-frequency differentially modulate predictive processing of speech

Steinberg, Johanna

E4

Bilingual perception of language code-switching: Auditory event-related potentials for different exposure times to second language

Kameyama, Chikage

E5

Orthographic influence on spoken word identification: Behavioral and fMRI evidence

Chiarello, Christine

E6

In search of the kiki-bouba effect

Lockwood, Gwilym

E7

Decoupling activity in auditory cortices caused by the detection of categorical phoneme changes

Chiu, Faith

E8

Is a high tone sharp or smooth? Sound symbolism and the limits of ‘perceptual tuning’ to tone in language

Styles, Suzy J

E9

Incremental processing of Chinese spoken words and the influence of different tonal contrasts on lexical competition effects: Evidence from eye movements

Su, Chung-I Erica

E10

The neural systems supporting phonological processing of British Sign Language (BSL): the effect of the age of BSL acquisition and phonological parameters

Twomey, Tae

E11

Phonological specification of spectral change in Australian English front vowels

Williams, Daniel

E12

Gestural enhancement of degraded speech comprehension engages the language network, motor and visual cortex as reflected by a decrease in the alpha and beta band

Drijvers, Linda

E13

Cross-language phonological activation through translation in Chinese-English bilinguals: Evidence from brain potentials and brain oscillations

Wen, Yun

E14

One brain, one language, two codes? The curious case of Norwegian

Havas, Viktoria

E15

Won’t get fooled again? Lie production and lie perception in native and non-native languages.

Ivaz, Lela

E16

Age of language acquisition influences the cortical language organization in multilingual patients undergoing awake brain mapping

Havas, Viktoria

E17

Mean Diffusivity reveals white matter microstructural differences between monolinguals and bilinguals

Singh, Nandini

E18

Task-related effects on visual word recognition. A MEG study.

Vignali, Lorenzo

E19

The semantic representations of words reflect co-occurrence statistics and conceptual taxonomies in distinct brain regions.

Carota, Francesca

E20

FMRI dissociations between subclasses of abstract nouns in left motor areas during passive reading

Dreyer, Felix R.

E21

Semantic hub or convergence zones? EEG/MEG evidence for the central role of the Anterior Temporal Lobe in semantic processing

Farahibozorg, S.Rezvan

E22

Evidence for Inner Speech: Orthographic and Phonological Effects without Words N. Zur1, N. Binur1, Orna Peleg2 and Zohar Eviatar1 1 Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, Haifa University 2 Program of Cognitive Studies of Language and Its Uses, Tel-Aviv University

Zur, Naama

E23

How Serious are Games? Electrophysiological evidence of rapid L2 learning

Zappa, Ana

E24

Spoken words can make the invisible visible: Testing the involvement of low-level visual representations in spoken word processing

Ostarek, Markus

E25

The effect of word predictability and its relation to reading proficiency: A fixation-related fMRI study

Schuster, Sarah

E26

Lexical and semantic processing explored using visual Mismatch Negativity

Wei, Dawei

E27

Processing of phonemes and prosody throughout infancy: two peas in a pod?

Teickner, Claudia

E28

Beginning readers process more speech details than prereaders

Bauch, Anne

E29

Hemispheric lateralisation in school-aged children during picture naming.

Worster, Elizabeth

E30

Rapid neural memory-trace formation for novel words is independent of attention but influenced by individual language experience and reading ability

Kimppa, Lilli

E31

Early active acoustic experience with non-speech may confer a phonemic mapping advantage at 7- and 9-months-of-age.

Ortiz-Mantilla, Silvia

E32

What verbs can do: an ERP study on Basque

Mancini, Simona

E33

Shared and distinct cognitive resources for syntax and prosody: a sentence comprehension study

LaCroix, Arianna N.

E34

A neurocomputational mechanism for parsing: Finding hierarchical linguistic structure in a model of relational processing

Martin, Andrea E.

E35

Granularity of Prediction for English Verb Complements

Sharpe, Victoria

E36

The eyes have it: cross-method and cross-linguistic patterns

Alday, Phillip M.

E37

The P600 behaves like a P3: adding MVPA to the evidence from skin response, event-related desynchronization, response time alignment, and heart period

Sassenhagen, Jona

E38

Acute cerebral perfusion does not predict long-term recovery from aphasia

Phillip, Lorelei

E39

Rhythm processing deficits in the non-fluent variant of primary progressive aphasia

Bruffaerts, Rose

E40

“quack” and duck : processing environmental sounds and auditory speech comprehension in aphasia.

Coley-Fisher, Henry

E41

Verbal and non-verbal auditory processing impairments in Primary Progressive Aphasia: an event-related potential investigation

Hurley, Robert

E42

Progressive aphasias as disorders of auditory information processing: behavioural signatures and structural neuroanatomy

Hardy, Chris

E43

Dyslexic brain activation abnormalities in deep and shallow orthographies: a meta-analysis of 28 functional neuroimaging studies

Richlan, Fabio

E44

Can you play with fire and not hurt yourself? A comparative study in idiom comprehension between individuals with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder

Vulchanova, Mila

E45

Computer-based word reading training improves oral reading accuracy in patients with chronic central alexia

Woodhead, Zoe

E46

Lesion and fMRI data reveal the contribution of right-hemisphere subcortical regions to auditory sentence comprehension

Gajardo-Vidal, Andrea

E47

Chain Free-Association and Creativity: Associative flexibility and the Default Mode Network

Marron, Tali

E48

Metaphor initiates semantic changes: Evidence from an fMRI study on Chinese verbs

Gu, Jiexin

E49

Early Sensitivity to Argument Structure in the Left Inferior Parietal Lobe

Reddigari, Samir

E50

Metaphors are concrete: Evidence from ERP

Lai, Vicky Tzuyin

E51

To plan or to listen? The trade-off between comprehension and production in conversation.

Bögels, Sara

E52

Mismatch Negativity Differences Reflect Community-based Conventionalization of Conceptual Metaphors in Taiwanese Mandarin

Chang, Paul Yu-Chun

E53

I spy with my little eye: ERP signatures of perspective taking in referential communication

Richter, Maria

E54

The Label Feedback Effect: Speech Modulates Visual Search, but Language Isn’t the Culprit

Hebert, Katherine P

E55

Investigating the role of linguistic and attentional processes in lexicality judgements in Alzheimer’s disease

Azevedo, Nancy

E56

Hemispheric lateralization of early ERP components in deaf and hearing readers with low and high vocabulary size

Sevcikova Sehyr, Zed

E57

Literacy acquisition drives hemispheric lateralization of reading

Eisner, Frank

E58

Do skilled deaf readers access phonological codes?

Fariña, Noemi

E59

Fiber pathways important for early literacy in young children

Broce, Iris

E60

Why short term memory span for signs is lower than for speech?

Petrova, Anna

E61

Neural mechanisms underlying auditory feedback processing during speech production

Franken, Matthias K.

E62

Role of the motor system in perceptual categorization of ambiguous speech sounds

Sun, Yue

E63

Sex-related sensorimotor processing differences during speech discrimination tasks revealed in EEG mu rhythms

Thornton, David

E64

Interpreting Experience Enhances Early Attentional Processing, Conflict Monitoring and Interference Suppression

Dong, Yanping

E65

Effects of task demand and intelligibility on the cortical entrainment response

Baltzell, Lucas

E66

Control adjustments in speaking: Electrophysiology of the Gratton effect in picture naming

Shitova, Natalia

E67

Neural mechanisms for the perception of voluntary and involuntary emotional vocalisations

Chen, Sinead H.Y.

E68

What can ERPs and neural oscillations tell us about emotional vocal change detection?

Pinheiro, Ana

E69

From sound to syntax: Novel task-free EEG paradigm for registering multiple levels of language processing in the brain

Gansonre, Christelle

E70

Investigation of Depth-Dependent BOLD During Language Processing

Sharoh, Daniel

E71

Componential and holistic processing of novel visual-verbal associations

Quinn, Connor

Poster Session F

F1

Musicians and non-musicians show distinct spatiotemporal network activity while listening

Krishnan, Saloni

F2

The role of auditory cortex morphology in language aptitude

Turker, Sabrina

F3

Native language status of the listener modulates the neural integration of speech and gesture in clear and adverse listening conditions

Drijvers, Linda

F4

Lip movements entrain the observers’ low-frequency brain oscillations to facilitate speech intelligibility

Park, Hyojin

F5

Sensorimotor differences between stuttering and non-stuttering adults in speech and tone discrimination tasks observed in EEG mu rhythms

Harkrider, Ashley

F6

The role of the premotor cortex in multisensory speech perception throughout adulthood: a rTMS study

Treille, Avril

F7

Distributed Networks of Speech Production Regions Play a Context Determined Role in Speech Perception

Skipper, Jeremy I

F8

Speech rhythm measure of non-native speech using a statistical phonemic duration model

Hiroya, Sadao

F9

Bilingualism impacts white-matter connectivity: evidence from DTI

Rossi, Eleonora

F10

Neural underpinnings of grammatical processing for less proficient L2 learners

Krass, Kyra

F11

While language-switching in the lab localizes in anterior cingulate cortex, comprehending code-switches in the wild begins in auditory cortex

Blanco-Elorrieta, Esti

F12

Perception and production interactions in non-native speech category learning

Krutwig, Jana

F13

Unconscious translation from Japanese kanji to Chinese hanzi by Chinese-Japanese bilinguals: An ERP investigation

Luo, Yingyi

F14

The effects of cross-linguistic phonologic and semantic overlap in masked priming paradigm: behavioral and ERP evidence

Novitskiy, Nikolay

F15

Improving foreign language pronunciation with VocalXplorer: an interactive phone application providing immediate and customized auditory feedback.

Simmonds, Anna J

F16

Electrophysiological registration of body and mental action processing within the thalamus, subthalamic and pedunculopontine nucleus

De Letter, Miet

F17

Lexical specificity, imageability and emotional arousal modulate the N400 and the N700

Blomberg, Frida

F18

EEG correlates of word frequency and contextual predictability during reading

Sereno, Sara C.

F19

Unitary vs. modality-specific semantic knowledge in object perception: On the neural correlates of perceiving pictures, spoken and written words

Seyfried, Friederike

F20

Age-related changes in brain activity underlying word and gesture production

Marstaller, Lars

F21

Segmentation of words from song in 10-month-old infants

Snijders, Tineke M.

F22

Phonological awareness and number-system knowledge in healthy school children: an fMRI study

McMahon, Katie

F23

Language ability in children born preterm is predicted by arcuate fasciculi microstructure at term equivalent

Salvan, Piergiorgio

F24

Electrophysiological Evidence of Sublexical Phonological Access During Character Naming by Chinese-Speaking Children.

Su, I-Fan

F25

Top-down Predictions in Statistical Learning Carried by Alpha Oscillations

Brookshire, Geoffrey

F26

Children born profoundly deaf show typical hemispheric asymmetries in cerebral blood flow during language production

Payne, Heather

F27

Neuro-computational modelling of lexico-syntactic representation and integration during speech comprehension

Choi, Hun

F28

The interaction of syntactic structure and lexical constraints during sentence processing

Devereux, Barry

F29

An investigation of the relationship between the cognitive resources engaged by syntactic and acoustic complexity

Fitzhugh, Megan C.

F30

Dynamics of supramodal unification processes during sentence comprehension

Udden, Julia

F31

The relationship between language abilities and brain activity

Weber, Sarah

F32

Language impairment profile across distinct clinical variants of amyloid positive early onset Alzheimer’s disease

Santos-Santos, Miguel Angel

F33

Classification of language impairments in acute aphasic patients

Kuemmerer, Dorothee

F34

Behavioural predictors of functional communication in post-stroke aphasia

Stark, Brielle

F35

The effect of the lesion in Broca’s area in naming: an MEG study

Kyong, Jeong-Sug

F36

Lower network efficiency in the speech production network in dyslexia: a resting-state fMRI graph- analysis

van den Bunt, Mark

F37

Effects of FOXP2 mutation: abnormal structure of the cerebellum associated with verbal and orofacial dyspraxia

Argyropoulos, Georgios P.D.

F38

Changes in dynamic resting state network connectivity following aphasia therapy

Duncan, E. Susan

F39

Investigating microstructural changes of the ipsilateral SLF and ILF underlying speech therapy using advanced diffusion MRI techniques

McKinnon, Emilie

F40

Dementia Patients Demonstrate Reduced Anomia after Parietal tDCS Anodal Stimulation with Language Training

Roncero, Carlos

F41

Design and Validation of a Novel Test to Measure Single Word Reading Speed and Accuracy for an Online Reading Therapy

Pappa, Aikaterini

F42

The development of an Auditory Comprehension of Speech Test that will be used in a clinical trial to establish the effectiveness of an auditory comprehension therapy application for patients with impaired speech comprehension caused by a stroke.

Maegli, Maria

F43

The role of dopamine in the comprehension of a simulated cochlear implant speech signal

Cardin, Velia

F44

Donepezil improves speech output but not speech comprehension abilities in patients with Wernicke’s aphasia.

Fleming, Victoria

F45

Concurrent emotional generation and language combination: An event related potential study

Wang, Lin

F46

Shared neural circuits subserve processing of reference frames in spatial navigation and language comprehension

Vukovic, Nikola

F47

Predicting discourse topics: Evidence for the privileged role of the syntactic subject during the comprehension of naturalistic auditory stories using event-related potentials.

Brilmayer, Ingmar

F48

Narrative reading comprehension versus Narrative scene comprehension: An fMRI study

Sood, Mariam

F49

Effect of word lengths’ morphological family size (type frequency) when reading Arabic words in adults

Alragam, Sharifa

F50

Place and height mismatch in vowels: evidence from an MMN study

Kotzor, Sandra

F51

MMN magnitude reveals asymmetries in phonological encoding: phoneme-specific representations for vowel length in Dutch

Chládková, Kateřina

F52

Cortical encoding of sensorimotor and linguistic features in American Sign Language

Leonard, Matthew

F53

Speech error analysis in isolated Apraxia of Speech may reveal subtypes: evidence from two stroke case studies

Cramer, Claudia

F54

Exogenous and Endogenous Auditory Prediction in Speech

Shiller, Douglas

F55

Speech comprehension and associated lip motor activity are modulated by suppression of premotor cortex

Nuttall, Helen

F56

Age-related differences in language production: The neural correlates of semantic inference, phonological facilitation, and target picture frequency

Diaz, Michele

F57

Disrupting the speech motor mechanism: exploring left hemisphere specialisation for verbal and manual sequencing using a dual task approach

Hodgson, Jessica C.

F58

Shared Neural Correlates of Spoken and Written Communication

Sato, Marc

F59

Evolutionary origins of non-adjacent rule processing in primate brain potentials

Milne, Alice

F60

Heinrich Sachs on the neurobiology of language

Forkel, Stephanie

F61

Hyperscaling of frontal white matter in the human brain may be linked to the emergence of language

Barrett, Rachel

F62

Understanding Communicative Intentions via Prosody – Neural Bases and Networks

Hellbernd, Nele

F63

Neural Correlates of Linguistic Prosody Discrimination in Children

Vannest, Jennifer

F64

Comprehension of Sentential Prosody in Brain Lesioned Cases: A Test of Two Hypotheses

Balasuramanian, Venu

F65

Parallel Processing in a Language Task: Estimates from Intracerebral Single Trial Data

Dubarry, Anne-Sophie