Poster Slam Sessions

Session #

Day, Date

Time

Room

Session A

Wednesday, November 8

10:05 – 10:20 am

Chesapeake Ballroom

Session B

Wednesday, November 8

2:35 – 2:50 pm

Chesapeake Ballroom

Session C

Thursday, November 9

9:35 – 9:50 am

Chesapeake Ballroom

Session D

Thursday, November 9

5:50 – 6:05 pm

Chesapeake Ballroom

Session E

Friday, November 10

9:35 – 9:50 am

Chesapeake Ballroom

Poster Slam Presentations

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Title

Last, First

Poster Slam Session A

Auditory attention and predictive processing co-modulate speech comprehension in middle-aged adults

Tune, Sarah

Semantic context reverses the polarity of P200 effects during word planning

Kleinman, Daniel

Transcranial 10-Hz stimulation but also eye closure modulate auditory attention

Wöstmann, Malte

Impact of aging and aphasia on incremental sentence production: eye-tracking while speaking

Lee, Jiyeon

White Matter Connectivity and Lexical Access in Aphasia

Hula, William

Different contextual effects modulate the representation of word meaning in the human brain

Tseng, Christine

Gliosis+ for continuous lesion quantification in VLSM to map brain-language relationships

Krishnamurthy, Lisa

Spontaeous fluctuations of dorsal and ventral reading networks in bilinguals

Arnaez-Telleria, Jaione

Processing of contrastive pitch accent in native and L2 English speakers

Lee, Aleuna

Stress-timing via Oscillatory Phase-locking in Naturalistic Language

Alday, Phillip M.

Explicit Learning of Phonotactic Rules Disrupts Language Learning

Poster Withdrawn

A tDCS study of the implicit learning of foreign cognate and non-cognate words

Payne, Joshua

Poster Slam Session B

Mental Self-Government of Brain’s Multi-Leveled Reading and Writing Systems: Before and After Multi-Leveled Language Instruction

Richards, Todd

Investigating the neural mechanisms of syntactic expectations

Kroczek, Leon O. H.

The neural representation of concrete and abstract verb processing in aphasia

Alyahya, Reem S. W.

Left hemisphere frontotemporal effective connectivity during semantic feature judgments: Differences between patients with aphasia and healthy controls

Meier, Erin

Changes in neural activity during a semantic verification task as a result of treatment in persons with aphasia

Chaturvedi, Shreya

Representations of amplitude modulations in auditory onsets, ramp tones, and speech in the human superior temporal gyrus

Oganian, Yulia

Enhancing Speech Motor Learning With Noninvasive Brain Stimulation

Buchwald, Adam

Orthographic priming for tactile Braille alphabet in the ventral Occipito-Temporal cortex of congenitally blind

Rączy, Katarzyna

Areas predicting tDCS effects in primary progressive aphasia (PPA)

Tsapkini, Kyrana

Ventral occipito-temporal responses to written texts and fingerspelling in congenitally deaf adults

Twomey, Tae

The visual representation of lipread words in posterior temporal cortex studied using an fMRI-rapid adaptation paradigm, functional localizers, and behavior

Bernstein, Lynne E.

Inferior frontal gyrus activation is modulated by phonetic competition: An fMRI study of clear and conversational speech

Xie, Xin

Poster Slam Session C

The time-course of statistical learning in patients with left hemisphere stroke

Schuler, Kathryn D.

The cortical organization of syntactic processing in American Sign Language: Evidence from a parametric manipulation of constituent structure in fMRI and MEG

Matchin, William

Speeded grammatical processing in Tourette syndrome

Dye, Cristina

Morpho-lexical Recognition Ability and Related Brain Regions in Individuals with Mild Cognitive Impairment, Alzheimer’s Dementia, and Cognitively Normal Elderly

Hyun, JungMoon

Mapping Both Lesion and Behaviour Structures in Stroke Aphasia

Zhao, Ying

Language and multiple demand regions jointly predict individual differences in sentence comprehension: Evidence from a network approach

Yue, Qiuhai

Extracting Single Word Voxel Patterns from Self-Paced Reading using Simultaneous Eye-Tracking and Multiband fMRI

Schloss, Benjamin

Cognitive Control Mediates Age-Related Reductions in Adaptation to Speaker-Specific Predictability

Dave, Shruti

The intensity of sensory-perceptual features regulates conceptual processing in the anterior temporal lobe’s semantic hub

Vonk, Jet M. J.

Speech processing and plasticity in the right hemisphere predict real-world foreign language learning in adults

Qi, Zhenghan

The language network of polyglots

Jouravlev, Olessia

Cortical entrainment depends on temporal predictability, not periodicity

Brookshire, Geoffrey

Poster Slam Session D

Decoding the P600: late ERP positivities to syntactic mismatch share neural patterns with nonlinguistic oddballs, but not face or semantic manipulation patterns

Sassenhagen, Jona

Frontal Shift of the Imageability Effect on N400 in Elders

Chang, Chih-Ting

Developmental change in cerebellar white matter pathways is associated with reading proficiency in children

Borchers, Lauren R.

Can microstructural properties of cerebellar pathways improve prediction of reading skills in children?

Bruckert, Lisa

Language pathway development requires childhood language acquisition: Effects of sensorimotor modality and language deprivation on brain connectivity for language

Cheng, Qi

Using background connectivity to index recovery of function in acquired language impairments

Tao, Yuan

The fate of the unexpected: Downstream repetition effects for prediction violations

Lai, Melinh K.

Regions that preferentially respond to verbs or nouns are more sensitive to semantic differences among words in their preferred grammatical class: An MVPA fMRI study.

Elli, Giulia V.

Cross-linguistic differences in MMN asymmetry: Voicing underspecification in Japanese

Shinohara, Yasuaki

Tracking phoneme processing during continuous speech perception with MEG

Brodbeck, Christian

Manual directional gestures facilitate learning of Mandarin tones

Zhen, Anna

Investigating voice imitation using fMRI and real-time anatomical MRI of the vocal tract

McGettigan, Carolyn

Poster Slam Session E

Language exposure is associated with the cortical thickness of young, low-SES children

Romeo, Rachel

Becoming a balanced, proficient bilingual: Predictions from age of acquisition & genetic background

Vaughn, Kelly A.

Functional subspecialization of Broca’s area in the controlled selection of verbal and nonverbal representations and fluent sentence production.

Harvey, Denise Y.

Lower axon density in residual temporal white matter is related to semantic paraphasia prevalence

McKinnon, Emilie

Interventions for Primary Progressive Aphasia: A scoping review

Inuy, Yara

Decoding the cortical sensitivity of spoken acoustic variability in persons with aphasia

Niziolek, Caroline

Robust Electrophysiological Indices of Semantic Surprisal during Natural, Ongoing Speech Processing.

Broderick, Michael

Electrophysiological Evidence for Memory Retrieval during Referential Processing

Karimi, Hossein

Investigating brain mechanisms of natural reading by combining EEG, MEG and eye-tracking

Hauk, Olaf

Multimodal MRI converging evidence on the role of ventro-occipito-temporal cortex in reading: Integrating opposing views

Lerma-Usabiaga, Garikoitz

Phase entrainment of neural oscillations with tACS causally modulates fMRI responses to intelligible speech

Zoefel, Benedikt

Enhanced accuracy of lesion to symptom mapping with multivariate sparse canonical correlations

Pustina, Dorian