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Poster Sessions

Session #

Date, Time, Room

Session A

Wednesday, November 8, 10:30 – 11:45 am, Harborview and Loch Raven Ballrooms

Session B

Wednesday, November 8, 3:00 – 4:15 pm, Harborview and Loch Raven Ballrooms

Session C

Thursday, November 9, 10:00 – 11:15 am, Harborview and Loch Raven Ballrooms

Session D

Thursday, November 9, 6:15 – 7:30 pm, Harborview and Loch Raven Ballrooms

Session E

Friday, November 10, 10:00 – 11:15 am, Harborview and Loch Raven Ballrooms

Poster Assignments

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Board

Title

Topic Area

Poster Session A

A1

Alpha and theta power are sensitive to semantic but not syntactic retrieval interference

Computational Approaches

A2

Verbal and Nonverbal Fluency Predicts Volume of the Anterior Cingulate Gyrus

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

A3

Reduced Stroop competition between tool action “neighbors” in left hemisphere stroke

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

A4

Depression alters limbic-sensorimotor brain interactions during implicit emotional speech production

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

A5

Brain and Clinical Predictors of Unique Brain Connectivity for Adjacent Levels of Language in the Reading Brain: Managing a Complex, Multi-Leveled System

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

A6

Fluent Speech in the Presence of Severe Verbal Working Memory Dysfunction

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

A7

Task difficulty affects language production: Behavioral and fMRI evidence

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

A8

Tracking the time course of associative and categorical context effects in spoken word production

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

A9

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

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

A10

Semantic context reverses the polarity of P200 effects during word planning

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

A11

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

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

A12

Language impairment and improvement in Parkinson’s disease: what, when, and why

Grammar: Morphology

A13

The brain differentiates between known and unknown word compositions but not between transparent and opaque meaning composition: ERP-evidence from the processing of German nominal compounds and pseudo-compounds

Grammar: Morphology

A14

An ALE-based meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies of sentence comprehension

Grammar: Syntax

A15

Neural Correlates Modulated by the Word Category Information During Complicated Hierarchical Syntactic Structure Processing: An fMRI study

Grammar: Syntax

A16

EEG responses to two A-movement phenomena: unaccusatives and passives

Poster Withdrawn

A17

Noun and verb processing in French during sentence comprehension – an event-related potential study

Grammar: Syntax

A18

Syntactic Constituent Rate Effects in EEG

Grammar: Syntax

A19

ERP responses to active versus “passive” gap filling

Grammar: Syntax

A20

Tracking the dynamics of wh- dependency resolution inside and outside of islands: An ERP investigation

Grammar: Syntax

A21

EEG tracking of grammatical structures with different cloze probabilities in connected speech

Grammar: Syntax

A22

Using ERPs to investigate the comprehension of passive versus active sentences in English

Grammar: Syntax

A23

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

Language Therapy

A24

Is the Middle Frontal Gyrus Implicated in Reading?

Language Disorders

A25

Semantic control does not relate to domain-general components of executive function.

Language Disorders

A26

Analysis of executive and attentional (dys)function in chronic stroke aphasia

Language Disorders

A27

Lexical Selection and Multiword Speech in Acute Stroke

Language Disorders

A28

(Morpho)syntactic production in agrammatic aphasia: Testing three hypotheses within a cross-linguistic approach

Language Disorders

A29

Abnormal cortical folding and neurite architecture during brain maturation in children with developmental dyslexia

Language Disorders

A30

Distinct spatiotemporal patterns of neuronal functional connectivity in primary progressive aphasia variants

Language Disorders

A31

The role of executive functions in anaphora resolution in non-fluent variant Primary Progressive Aphasia

Language Disorders

A32

A quick bedside language assessment

Language Disorders

A33

White matter matters in the recovery of language in post-stroke aphasia

Language Disorders

A34

White Matter Connectivity and Lexical Access in Aphasia

Language Disorders

A35

Increased connectivity with right hemisphere homologues of language areas following melody-based intervention in a patient with aphasia

Language Therapy

A36

The mental lexicon across the lifespan: Word associations from L1 and L2 speakers of Norwegian with and without dementia

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

A37

No evidence for semantic predictions? Inability to decode predictable semantic categories from EEG during silent pauses in spoken language

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

A38

Investigating the Behavioral and Physiological Effects of Acute Exercise on Novel Word Learning in Older Adults: Feasibility and Preliminary Data

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

A39

Semantic similarity effect for written words in left perirhinal cortex: influence of type of property retrieved, visual versus nonvisual

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

A40

Lexical access in inferential naming

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

A41

Furry hippos & scaly sharks: blind individuals’ knowledge of animal appearance

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

A42

Context and prediction in spoken word recognition: Early left frontotemporal effects of lexical uncertainty and semantic constraint

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

A43

Dissociating the roles of ventral versus dorsal pathways in language production: an awake language mapping study

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

A44

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

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

A45

The cognitive and neural oscillatory mechanisms underlying the facilitating effect of rhythm on speech comprehension

Meaning: Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes

A46

Episodic and semantic components of lexical knowledge: a computational model

Poster Withdrawn

A47

Neuro-computational modelling of parallel incremental prediction and integration during speech comprehension

Computational Approaches

A48

Using Kinect technology to assess word learning

Methods

A49

MrAnats: Magnetic Resonance-based Adaptive NeuroAnatomy Teaching Software

Methods

A50

Effects of laterality, handedness, and coil orientation on size and morphology of Motor Evoked Potentials (MEPs) recorded from lip muscles.

Methods

A51

Test-retest reliability comparison of RSA and GLM approaches in a language task

Methods

A52

ICA-based classifiers mitigate task correlated motion artifacts for overt-speech fMRI paradigms in aphasia

Methods

A53

Comparison between the effect of online and offline transcranial direct current stimulation on naming latency in healthy adults

Language Disorders

A54

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

Methods

A56

Comparing Frontal and Parietal tDCS Montages for Reducing Anomia Symptoms in People with Dementia

Language Therapy

A57

Verbal IQ is determined by brain health, which is modulated by cardiovascular risk factors

Computational Approaches

A58

Sight or Sound? Individual Differences in the Neural and Cognitive Mechanisms of Single Word Reading

Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes

A59

Lateralization differences on semantic processing between native speakers and proficient learners of Mandarin Chinese

Multilingualism

A60

Right hemisphere contribution in syntactic category processing in L2 —ERP and fMRI data from learners of Mandarin Chinese

Multilingualism

A61

Auditory and visual word processing in child and adult second language learners: Electrophysiological and behavioral evidence of cross-language interaction

Multilingualism

A62

Speech perception in noise in a native and a second language: A functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) investigation

Multilingualism

A63

Effect of language context on accented words in bilinguals

Multilingualism

A64

Learning words from a new language changes processing of native language words

Multilingualism

A65

Variability in BOLD correlates of semantic judgment reduces with proficiency among L2 learners

Multilingualism

A66

Context-dependent filtering in the caudate nucleus of the basal ganglia as a predictor of second-language learning aptitude

Multilingualism

A67

Spontaeous fluctuations of dorsal and ventral reading networks in bilinguals

Multilingualism

A68

The Role of Basal Ganglia Filtering Mechanisms in Second Language Aptitude

Multilingualism

A69

Processing of contrastive pitch accent in native and L2 English speakers

Meaning: Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes

A70

The Motor System's [Modest] Contribution to Speech Perception

Perception: Auditory

A71

The role of prosody on processing wh-questions and wh-declaratives: An auditory ERP study

Perception: Auditory

A72

Convergence of spoken and written language processing in the superior temporal sulcus

Perception: Auditory

A73

Stress-timing via Oscillatory Phase-locking in Naturalistic Language

Perception: Auditory

A74

Explicit Learning of Phonotactic Rules Disrupts Language Learning

Poster Withdrawn

A75

Phonological Feature Repetition Suppression in the Left Inferior Frontal Gyrus

Phonology and Phonological Working Memory

A76

Brain responses to intensive intervention for reading disability

Phonology and Phonological Working Memory

A77

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

Phonology and Phonological Working Memory

A78

Sensory memory for phoneme sequences within spoken words in native-English and native-Polish listeners

Phonology and Phonological Working Memory

A79

Oral cavity numbing reduces sensorimotor adaptation to altered auditory feedback

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

A80

Electrophysiological correlates of internal performance monitoring in typed language production

Writing and Spelling

Poster Session B

B1

The role of individual differences in inhibition on sentence choice during speech

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

B2

Sentence comprehension under conflict in aphasia

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

B3

Lexical Planning in Sentence Production Is Highly Incremental: Evidence from ERPs

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

B4

Prediction under Load: The Effects of Cognitive Load Presence and Type on Anticipation and Competition in Spoken Language Processing

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

B5

Neural tracking of attended continuous speech in monolinguals and early bilinguals

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

B6

Do L2 Speakers Use Predictive Coding During Non-Native Sentence Comprehension? An Electrophysiological Investigation on the Role of L2 Proficiency

Poster Withdrawn

B7

Prediction-related activity in the medial prefrontal cortex reflects processing of cataphor cues

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

B8

Spatiotemporal neuronal activation patterns during verbal fluency tasks

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

B9

Electrophysiological evidence for the time course of syllabic and sub-syllabic processing in Cantonese Chinese spoken word production

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

B10

Role of Left Hemisphere Language Areas in Visuospatial Working Memory

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

B11

Tracking keystroke sequences at the cortical level

Writing and Spelling

B12

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

Writing and Spelling

B13

Incremental working memory effects across consecutive nominal constituents: An ERP study

Grammar: Morphology

B14

Neural correlates of processing case and inflection: fMRI evidence from Russian

Grammar: Morphology

B15

Event-Related Potentials Indicate a Role for Word Frequency in L1 and L2 Grammatical Processing

Grammar: Syntax

B16

Phrase Structure Building Evidenced by Differential Network Modulations

Grammar: Syntax

B17

Asymmetric Binarity as a Cognitive Universal: The Rhythm of Syntactic Structure

Grammar: Syntax

B18

VOS Preference in Truku Sentence Processing: Evidence from Event-Related Potentials

Grammar: Syntax

B19

A meta-analysis of seven FMRI-studies on artificial grammar learning

Grammar: Syntax

B20

Isolating syntactic structure-building in the brain: An MEG study on Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian

Poster Withdrawn

B21

The Left Inferior Frontal Gyrus is Necessary for Syntactic Phrase Formation: Evidence from Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Grammar: Syntax

B22

Selective interference with sentence production by direct electrocortical stimulation of the inferior frontal gyrus

Grammar: Syntax

B23

Cortical tracking of linguistic structures: the role of covert prosody

Grammar: Syntax

B24

Investigating the neural mechanisms of syntactic expectations

Grammar: Syntax

B25

Effects of morphosyntactic therapy and tDCS on the spontaneous speech of individuals with aphasia

Language Therapy

B26

Prominence in sentence comprehension in schizophrenic subjets: An ERP study

Language Disorders

B27

Structural connectivity subserving verbal fluency revealed by lesion-behavior mapping in stroke patients

Language Disorders

B28

Impoverished Remote Semantic Memory in Mild Cognitive Impairment

Language Disorders

B29

Similarity-based interference effects in reflexive binding: Empirical evidence from aphasia

Language Disorders

B30

Brain Network Reorganization for Language after Complete Prenatal Hemispheric Infarction

Language Disorders

B31

Lesion predictors of response to semantically-based naming treatment in chronic aphasia

Language Disorders

B32

Predicting Western Aphasia Battery Subscores from the Spatial Distributions of Localized Brain Lesions

Language Disorders

B33

The neural representation of concrete and abstract verb processing in aphasia

Language Disorders

B34

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

Language Disorders

B35

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Changes Functional Connectivity in Primary Progressive Aphasia

Language Therapy

B36

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

Language Therapy

B37

Hemispheric Processing of Iconic and Arbitrary Words: A Line Bisection Study

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

B38

Neural Correlates of Semantic Coherence in English and Chinese Speakers during Natural Language Comprehension

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

B39

State-dependant organization of the functional connectome with age

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

B40

Commonalities in the neural encoding of sentence meaning across widely distributed brain regions

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

B41

Multivariate pattern analysis reveals semantic information in brain areas activated for nonwords

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

B42

ERP and fMRI exploration of the organizational structure of abstract versus concrete words in neurotypical adults

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

B43

How using concepts changes them: A graph theory approach

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

B44

Distinguishing Metaphors that Differ in their Encoded Force Patterns

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

B45

Morphological processing in Chinese: An ERP study

Grammar: Morphology

B46

Letters to the left of me, letters to the right: Examining parafoveal flanker effects during word recognition

Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes

B47

Asymmetrical MMNs to socially-marked biological sounds: a potential challenge to the phoneme underspecification hypothesis

Perception: Auditory

B48

Language effects for theta oscillatory activity within cortical sensory processing

Perception: Auditory

B49

Neurobiological mechanisms of efficient encoding: A pilot EEG study.

Perception: Auditory

B50

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

Perception: Auditory

B51

Translational research in dyslexia: genetic rodent models inform understanding of mechanisms in humans

Language Genetics

B52

Converging evidence from univariate and multivariate fMRI analyses suggests a phonological buffer in the left supramarginal gyrus

Phonology and Phonological Working Memory

B53

Auditory Cortex Represents Abstract Phonological Features: A Mismatch Negativity Study of English Voicing

Phonology and Phonological Working Memory

B54

Neural encoding of T3 sandhi in Mandarin Chinese speakers in speech production

Phonology and Phonological Working Memory

B55

Lexical tone processing with and without awareness in Cantonese-speaking congenital amusics: Evidence from event-related potentials

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

B56

Lesion Localization of a Shared Phonologic Representation Deficit on Reading, Rhyming, Repetition, and Short-Term Memory Tasks

Phonology and Phonological Working Memory

B57

Processing Demands of Word Frequency on Verbal working Memory as measured by functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS)

Phonology and Phonological Working Memory

B58

Enhancing Speech Motor Learning With Noninvasive Brain Stimulation

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

B59

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

Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes

B60

Lexical Decision with Emotional Words: A Pupil Dilation Study

Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes

B61

Do Different Types of Script Induce Differences in Hemispheric Lateralization During Reading? Evidence from a Cross Linguistic MEG Study.

Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes

B62

Using Representations from Artificial Neural Network Models of Reading to Reveal Neural Activation Patterns for Different Reading Computations

Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes

B63

Uncovering the cascade of computations involved in ambiguity resolution using MEG decoding

Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes

B64

Dynamics of Brain Functions and Reading in Different Languages OR Why is it hard to read Arabic?

Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes

B65

The rhythm of semantics: Temporal expectancy and context-based prediction in a picture association paradigm

Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes

B66

Areas predicting tDCS effects in primary progressive aphasia (PPA)

Language Therapy

B67

The ATL causally mediates the expansion of working memory capacity for famous faces

Meaning: Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes

B68

Investigating the functional neural circuitry for spelling using graphical models

Writing and Spelling

B69

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

Writing and Spelling

B70

Dynamic Adaption During Lexically-Guided Perceptual Learning in People with Aphasia

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

B71

Speech processing with one hemisphere: word repetition in a patient with right hemisphereotomy

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

B72

Automatic phonological activation of a newly learned script as revealed by facilitative cross-modal priming

Poster Withdrawn

B73

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

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

B74

Alpha and beta oscillations in the language network, motor and visual cortex index the semantic integration of speech and gestures in clear and degraded speech

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

B75

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

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

B76

N400 modulated by word onset duration but not information content during spoken word recognition

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

B77

Phoneme Perception Deficits from Unilateral Left Hemisphere Stroke: A Voxel-Based Lesion Correlation Study

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

B78

Trial-by-trial N400 variability reflects temporal gesture-speech integration

Signed Language and Gesture

B79

Electrophysiological correlates of statistical features of word sequences in natural spoken language

Computational Approaches

Poster Session C

C1

The Effects of Background Noise on Native and Non-native Spoken Word Recognition: An Artificial Neural Network Modelling Approach

Computational Approaches

C2

Neural synchronization of syntactic priming during face-to-face communications

Grammar: Syntax

C3

Both syntactic and prosodic cues guide sentence processing in the left inferior frontal gyrus

Grammar: Syntax

C4

Beyond Speech Entrainment: Delta-Band Oscillations Align Neural Excitability with High-Level Linguistic Information

Grammar: Syntax

C5

Priming sentence production and comprehension in aging

Grammar: Syntax

C6

Frontotemporal connectivity during syntactic movement processing

Grammar: Syntax

C7

Conceptual number agreement processing and coreference establishing in Brazilian Portuguese: An ERP study.

Grammar: Syntax

C8

An fMRI Study of Syntactic Complexity Effect of Chinese Relative Clauses

Grammar: Syntax

C9

Left-lateralized syntactic category processing is modulated by interhemispheric inhibition in healthy young right-handers with familial sinistrality background

Grammar: Syntax

C10

The (non-)satiation of P600/SPS effects to distinct grammatical violations

Grammar: Syntax

C11

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

Grammar: Syntax

C12

Localizing basic composition: MEG evidence from noun compounds

Poster Withdrawn

C13

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

Signed Language and Gesture

C14

Localizing Structure-building and Memory Retrieval in Naturalistic Language Comprehension

Computational Approaches

C15

Associating children’s reading and mathematics subskills with resting-state functional connectivity

Language Development

C16

ERP correlates of syntactic processing in cochlear implant users.

Language Development

C17

Lesion Sites Associated with Apraxia of Speech: Report of a new case and implications for Neural Models of Speech Production

Language Development

C18

Literacy Environment Differentially Influences Brain Structural Covariance

Language Development

C19

A window for word-learning: Measuring dynamic neural responses during statistical language learning

Language Development

C20

Development of the lateral lemniscus and its relation to receptive vocabulary: A diffusion-weighted imaging study

Language Development

C21

Greater corpus callosum size is related to stronger left lateralization of language processing

Poster Withdrawn

C22

Insight into spoken word processing in young children using eye movements

Language Development

C23

Neurocognitive Correlates of Child and Adult Syntactic Processing: Evidence from Classroom Second Language Learners

Language Development

C24

Speeded grammatical processing in Tourette syndrome

Language Development

C25

Sentence prosody cues object category learning at 6 months

Language Development

C26

Chinese dyslexic children’s alteration in the large-scale brain functional network comparing phonological and semantic reading tasks

Language Disorders

C27

Comprehension of sentences with structurally defined gaps in primary progressive aphasia: Evidence from eye-tracking

Language Disorders

C28

Atypical phonemic discrimination but not audiovisual speech integration in children with the broader autism phenotype, autism, and speech sound disorder.

Language Disorders

C29

Oscillatory Abnormalities in Primary Progressive Aphasia

Language Disorders

C30

Examining gray matter differences in a single treatment non-responder with semantic variant primary progressive aphasia

Language Disorders

C31

Watch your mouth: A Neuropsychological Case Study of Evoked Pupillary Responses to Profanity in Aphasia with Coprolalia

Language Disorders

C32

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

Language Disorders

C33

Structural Brain Differences in Good and Poor Comprehenders Identified through a Regression-Based Quantitative Method

Language Disorders

C34

Mapping Both Lesion and Behaviour Structures in Stroke Aphasia

Language Disorders

C35

No Acoustic Evidence from RHD for a Right Hemisphere Role in Prosody Production: A Meta-Analysis

Meaning: Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes

C36

Selective involvement of posterior perisylvian regions in sublexical processing: Evidence from brain tumor patients

Writing and Spelling

C37

Individual differences in the cortical activity dynamics of auditory word processing in adolescents with SLI using anatomically constrained magnetoencephalography (aMEG)

Language Disorders

C38

Elementary composition in Language processing: an EEG study

Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics

C39

ERP effects for quantifier complexity, priming, and truth-value in an auditory/visual verification task

Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics

C40

The effect of multimodal predictability on the N400

Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics

C41

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

Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics

C42

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

Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics

C43

Neural evidence for representationally-specific pre-activation: Evidence from Representational Similarity Analysis over time and space

Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics

C44

ERPs reveal listeners’ sensitivity to discourse history in comprehension

Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics

C45

Linguistic cues modulate, but don't eliminate, the influence of event knowledge: Evidence from the N400

Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics

C46

On-line expectation management during discourse comprehension

Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics

C47

Connecting events: an ERP study of causal connectives

Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics

C48

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

Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics

C49

Orthographic influences on Chinese spoken language in the brain: task-dependent effects as revealed by event-related fMRI

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

C50

The Loci of the Semantic Relatedness Paradox during Speech Production

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

C51

Developmental changes during semantic judgments to Chinese characters: A Longitudinal Study of Effective Connectivity

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

C52

ANY ERP effects

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

C53

Incremental learning and lexical access: Evidence from aphasia

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

C54

Direct Encoding of Semantic and Orthographic Neighborhood Reveals The Organization of Lexical Access

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

C55

Age-related brain activation changes during rule repetition in word-matching

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

C56

Clustering Abstract Concepts into Distinct Categories

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

C57

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

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

C58

Tracking the neurophysiological correlates during the computation of agreement dependencies: the access of grammatical feature and associative representations in spoken language

Grammar: Morphology

C59

Effects of cortical thickness on pause duration in neurotypical adults’ speech: Evidence for the role of the left middle temporal gyrus in lexical retrieval

Meaning: Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes

C60

Graph Theoretical Approaches Show a Relationship Between Resting State Functional Connectivity in Younger and Older Adults and Phonological Aspects of Language Production

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

C61

Electrophysiological activity in native, dialectal and foreign accented speech processing

Multilingualism

C62

The linguistic relativity of time

Poster Withdrawn

C63

Individual difference in language proficiency shapes the functional plasticity of language control in bilingual word production

Multilingualism

C64

Effects of Frequency and Construction on the Interpretation of Chinese Quadrisyllabic Idiomatic Expressions: An fMRI Study

Multilingualism

C65

Individual differences in age of acquisition predict fine-grained white matter microstructure in bilinguals

Multilingualism

C66

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

Multilingualism

C67

Multi-voxel pattern analysis reveals the impact of language learning experience on the brain’s intrinsic functional connectivity

Multilingualism

C68

The language network of polyglots

Multilingualism

C69

Bilingual experience shapes language control networks: the role of L2 AoA and social context of language usage

Multilingualism

C70

Picture-Word Interference in Bimodal Bilinguals

Signed Language and Gesture

C71

Neural Correlates of Atypical Categorical Perception in Dyslexia

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

C72

Brain-behavior relationships in implicit learning of non-native phonetic categories

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

C73

Neural entrainment to acoustic edges in speech

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

C74

Tonal triggers to word-level and sentence-level predictions

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

C75

Early Sensory Changes in Neural Processing Gate Generalized Perceptual Learning

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

C76

Cortical entrainment depends on temporal predictability, not periodicity

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

C77

When Do Words Get in the Way? An EEG Investigation of the Interaction between Talker and Linguistic Cues in Speech Processing

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

C78

High gamma neural responses dissociate between the acoustic and linguistic analysis of temporal speech structure

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

C79

Effects of Signal Quality on Audiovisual Integration in Cochlear Implant Users

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

Poster Session D

D1

von Economo and fork neurons in vocal forebrain nuclei of vocal learning birds : neural basis of Vocal learning and language

Animal Communication

D2

L2 Proficiency affects L2 biological gender agreement processing: ERP evidence from Chinese EFL learners

Poster Withdrawn

D3

Linking white matter integrity to syntactic category processing - an ERP and DTI study

Grammar: Syntax

D4

On the neural dynamics of syntactic prediction

Grammar: Syntax

D5

ERP responses to two types of subject island violations and constructions with substantially similar processing dynamics

Grammar: Syntax

D6

In search of syntax: The case of English post-nominal modification

Grammar: Syntax

D7

The role of structural repair and presentation modality in (dis)agreement processing in Dutch: An ERP study

Grammar: Syntax

D8

Incremental commitment and revision in Icelandic compound processing

Grammar: Syntax

D9

Investigating task-modulated syntactic prediction with MEG

Grammar: Syntax

D10

A syntax area in the posterior superior temporal sulcus

Grammar: Syntax

D11

EEG correlates of covert dependency formation in Mandarin wh-questions

Grammar: Syntax

D12

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

Grammar: Syntax

D13

Test-retest reliability of language evoked potentials

Grammar: Syntax

D14

Aligning sentence structures in a language game: evidence from healthy aging and aphasia

Language Therapy

D15

Resting-state connectivity during second language learning in deaf individuals

Language Development

D16

Speech sound processing and its association to familial risk of dyslexia and communication skills in six-month-old infants

Language Development

D17

Rhythm sensitivity assists in overcoming acoustic and syntactic challenges during speech listening

Language Development

D18

Early classroom exposure to expository texts predicts developmental trajectory of genre-related neural specialization

Language Development

D19

Prior knowledge influences in learning and consolidating new words

Language Development

D20

Frontal Shift of the Imageability Effect on N400 in Elders

Language Development

D21

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

Language Development

D22

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

Language Development

D23

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

Signed Language and Gesture

D24

Same but different: comprehension of spatial terms in highly verbal individuals with autism and typically developing controls

Language Disorders

D25

Interhemispheric connectivity following left hemisphere damage in patients with aphasia: compensatory, maladaptive or both?

Poster Withdrawn

D25

Connections between implicit learning and reading fluency: an fMRI investigation

Language Disorders

D26

Neural network of verbal, nonverbal and amodal semantic processing deficits in semantic dementia

Language Disorders

D27

How does iReadMore therapy change the reading network connectivity in patients with central alexia?

Language Disorders

D28

Sentence Repetition Impairment in Primary Progressive Aphasia: A Voxel-Based Morphometry (VBM) study

Language Disorders

D29

Implicit verbal structure learning in Developmental Verbal/Orofacial Dyspraxia due to FOXP2 mutation: An fMRI study

Language Disorders

D30

Semantic Comprehension Errors in Pure Word Deafness

Language Disorders

D31

What Matters about White Matter

Language Disorders

D32

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

Language Disorders

D33

LANGUAGE BEYOND THE BRAIN: Investigating language through neuromodulation of ancillary systems.

Poster Withdrawn

D34

Verb constraint and semantic integration

Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics

D35

Effects of Aging on Semantic-Syntactic Integration in Chinese Classifier-noun Agreement

Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics

D36

Predicting the negative: investigating the comprehension of negated sentences in an event-related potential study

Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics

D37

The P600 - not the N400 - indexes semantic integration

Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics

D38

Quick and easy composition of event concepts in the left (but not the right) anterior temporal lobe

Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics

D39

A distributed and dynamic architecture underlies the retrieval of social concepts

Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics

D40

Semantic activity differs during comprehension and production of sentences

Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics

D41

Neural measures of sensitivity to the acquisition of space-time mappings in an artificial semiotic system

Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics

D42

Functional connectivity between cognitive control and episodic memory systems in event comprehension

Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics

D43

Individual Competence in Reading Comprehension and Fluid Intelligence Modulates Right DLPFC Activity when Reading Scientific Texts

Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics

D44

Neural Mechanisms Underlying Social Criticism and Praise

Meaning: Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes

D45

Effect of methylphenidate on semantic unification: Evidence from an EEG study in the healthy population

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

D46

Brain oscillation signatures of learning new meanings for known words and novel words

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

D47

A study, the study: Using indefinite and definite articles to examine the nature of structure building

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

D48

Verb Deficits in Alzheimer’s Disease and Aphasia: Argument-Structure and Thematic-Hierarchy Effects

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

D49

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

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

D50

Grammatical gender in the aging brain: an ERP study of prediction and integration in a sentence context

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

D51

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.

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

D52

Neural processing of emotional words in post-institutionalized adults: an ERP study using Emotional Stroop task

Meaning: Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes

D53

Bayesian surprise during incremental anticipatory processing: a re-analysis of Nieuwland et al. (2017), based on DeLong et al. (2005)

Computational Approaches

D54

White Matter Integrity and Language Production in Aging

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

D55

Declarative and procedural memory substrates of the categorical perception of speech

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

D56

Reducing playback rate of audiovisual speech leads to a surprising decrease in the McGurk effect

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

D57

The influence of speaker gaze on situated comprehension: Evidence from an ERP study

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

D58

Effect of Native Language on L2 Processing of Acoustic and Phonological Information in Mandarin Lexical Tones

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

D59

Mice can learn phonetic categories.

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

D60

Somatosensory information affects word segmentation and perception of lexical information

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

D61

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

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

D62

Tracking phoneme processing during continuous speech perception with MEG

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

D63

Individual Differences in Subphonemic Sensitivity and Reading Ability

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

D64

Auditory and visual sequence learning in humans and monkeys

Animal Communication

D65

Processing of English focal stress by L1-English and L1-Mandarin/L2-English speakers: An auditory ERP study

Perception: Auditory

D66

Prosodic lengthening and boundary prediction in nominal compounds: An ERP study

Perception: Auditory

D67

Accented speech attenuates code-switching costs in bilingual listeners: An auditory electrophysiological study

Perception: Auditory

D68

Cortical responses to linguistic features in natural story comprehension

Perception: Auditory

D69

Using phonemic, rapid naming and orthographic measures to predict volume of the posterior cingulate

Phonology and Phonological Working Memory

D70

Perceptual sensitivity to non-native sounds: ERP evidence of neuroplasticity in the phonological system related to second language learning

Phonology and Phonological Working Memory

D71

The Neural Basis of Phonological and Orthographic Working Memory: Implications for Working Memory Models

Phonology and Phonological Working Memory

D72

Electrophysiological predictors of efficacy for treatment of reading and language impairments

Language Therapy

D73

Modulating the left inferior frontal cortex by task, task challenge and tDCS

Control, Selection, and Executive Processes

D74

Manual directional gestures facilitate learning of Mandarin tones

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

D75

Brain lesion associated with impaired sensorimotor processing of speech auditory feedback in aphasia

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

D76

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

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

D77

Speech encoding in the human subthalamic nucleus

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

D78

Articulatory gesture encoding in human sensorimotor cortex during continuous speech production

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

Poster Session E

E1

Evoked and oscillatory EEG activity differentiates language discrimination in young monolingual and bilingual infants

Language Development

E2

The relationship between lexical development and neural measures of speech discrimination in monolingual and bilingual toddlers

Language Development

E3

N170 sensitivity to orthographic and visual-spatial processing in Chinese L1 and L2 kindergartners

Language Development

E4

The Function of Cerebellum VI in Reading---Evidence from Cerebro-Cerebellar Functional Connectivity

Language Development

E5

Early specialization of phonological and semantic processing in 5- to 6-year-old children

Language Development

E6

A sensitive period for the modification of the language network in blindness

Language Development

E7

Brain white matter of children shows structural changes specific to language training performance

Language Development

E8

Language Training Induces Changes in Cortical Thickness of the Developing Brain

Language Development

E9

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

Language Development

E10

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

Language Genetics

E11

Orthographic processing and print tuning are atypical in adults with a history of institutionalization: an ERP study

Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes

E12

Measuring an Individual's Semantic Storage Loss due to Temporal Lobe Damage

Methods

E13

Characterizing connected speech in French-speaking Alzheimer’s disease and semantic variant of primary progressive aphasia patients

Language Disorders

E14

Brain bases of acquired reading impairments in stroke

Language Disorders

E15

Effect of rTMS on Brain Activation and Naming Performance in Chronic Aphasia: Results from a Pilot Participant

Language Disorders

E16

The dyslexic brain before and after literacy - unifying structural signs

Language Disorders

E17

Thalamic Deep Brain Stimulation for Spasmodic Dysphonia and Vocal Tremor: Probing Neurophysiology of Speech Control with Functional Neurosurgery

Poster Withdrawn

E18

Agrammatic performance in aphasia: A ventral-stream problem?

Language Disorders

E19

Patterns of grey matter changes in the acute phase of post-stroke aphasia

Language Disorders

E20

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

Language Disorders

E21

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

Language Disorders

E22

An adaptive semantic matching paradigm for reliable and valid language mapping in individuals with aphasia

Language Disorders

E23

Interventions for Primary Progressive Aphasia: A scoping review

Language Therapy

E24

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

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

E25

Reconfiguration of the semantic and default mode networks induced by variations of semantic context during comprehension of written narratives

Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics

E26

The Processing of Conceptual Shifts: an ERP Study

Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics

E27

Making sense of real-time access to knowledge during sentence processing: What you know, what you don’t know, and what you don’t know you know

Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics

E28

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

Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics

E29

Locus of semantic and syntactic processing in normal language processing: Anterior Temporal Lobe

Poster Withdrawn

E30

N400 amplitudes reflect change in an implicit probabilistic representation of meaning: A neural network model

Poster Withdrawn

E31

Establishing a Bio-Marker of Object-State Competition

Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics

E32

Examining individual differences in the processing of referential dependencies in Spanish: an ERP investigation

Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics

E33

The shared and dissociable neural substrates of generalized and particularized conversational implicature

Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics

E34

Electrophysiological Evidence for Memory Retrieval during Referential Processing

Meaning: Discourse and Pragmatics

E35

Men who compliment a woman’s appearance using metaphorical language are more creative and masculine and attractive to women

Meaning: Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes

E36

High Definition-transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Modulates Category Verbal Fluency in Healthy Adults

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

E37

High Definition-transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Modulates Phonemic Verbal Fluency in Healthy Adults

Poster Withdrawn

E38

Changing Task Demands in a Semantic Decision Task: Evidence for the Dynamic Multilevel Reactivation Framework.

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

E39

Evidence for a causal link between left temporo-parietal alpha-beta desynchronisation and context-driven word production

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

E40

Neural correlates of naming practice of nouns and verbs: An fMRI study in healthy controls

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

E41

Entrenchment in Chinese quadra-syllabic idiomatic expressions: A fMRI study

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

E42

Different mechanisms for lexical ambiguity resolution in individuals with ASD?

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

E43

Spatio-temporal granularity of dorsal stream processing during word production

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

E44

Comprehenders Rationally Adapt Semantic Predictions to the Statistics of the Local Environment: A Bayesian model of trial-by-trial modulation on the N400

Computational Approaches

E45

When the expressive prosody meets word predictions in spoken-language comprehension

Meaning: Prosody, Social and Emotional Processes

E46

Interhemispheric functional connectivity predicts action semantic performance in stroke

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

E47

Oscillatory dynamics identify unique neural processes beyond event-related responses during auditory sentence comprehension

Methods

E48

Performance differences on reading skill measures are related to differences in cortical grey matter structure in young adults

Methods

E49

Behavior stability and reliability of fMRI activation in stroke aphasia

Methods

E50

A multi-modal approach to quantify the reading network using the neurochemical-neurovascular relationship to predict decoding and fluency

Methods

E51

Time-generalized multivariate analysis of EEG activity reveals a cascading organization of semantic mismatch processing

Methods

E52

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

Methods

E53

Lesion mapping of syntactic and lexical features derived from Natural Language Processing of narrative speech elicited by patients with chronic post-stroke aphasia

Computational Approaches

E54

Changed resting-state network connectivity following prosody treatment for apraxia of speech

Language Therapy

E55

Using a novel Local Heterogeneity Regression method to index orthographic representations in reading.

Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes

E56

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

Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes

E57

Combining TMS and EEG to measure electrophysiological responses to speech after suppression of primary motor cortex

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

E58

Processing sentences with “only” in a second language: Evidence from ERPs

Multilingualism

E59

The perisylvian language network and language analytical abilities

Multilingualism

E60

Bilingualism, Age, and the “Brain Reserve”

Multilingualism

E61

The role of native writing system in picture processing: an ERP study

Multilingualism

E62

A longitudinal behavioral and fMRI study of second language learning

Multilingualism

E63

A dynamic causal modeling analysis of the role of the caudate nucleus and prefrontal cortex in bilingual language control

Multilingualism

E64

Changing our Brains and Minds: The effect of the bilingual experience on neural structure

Multilingualism

E65

Individual Difference-Related Neuroplasticity during Second Language Training

Multilingualism

E66

Cortical thickness differs between bilinguals and monolinguals according to age of acquisition

Multilingualism

E67

How experience with different prosodies shapes the bilingual brain: preliminary connectivity analyses from English-French bilinguals.

Multilingualism

E68

Neural signatures of sign language processing in bimodal bilinguals

Signed Language and Gesture

E69

A computational account of word representation and processing in bilingual individuals

Computational Approaches

E70

Learning a new alphabet: Identifying changes in neural representations

Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes

E71

White matter matters: aging of the arcuate fasciculus and middle longitudinal fasciculus and their impact on hearing and speech perception

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

E72

Sensitivity to phonetic competition in People with Aphasia

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

E73

Reading at the speed of speech: Convergence between visual and auditory language perception at 5 Hz

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

E74

Differences in hearing acuity among “normal-hearing” young adults modulate the neural basis for speech comprehension

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

E75

The importance of cognitive plasticity and speaker’s voice in adaptation to distorted speech stimuli.

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

E76

Neural responses to environmental sounds in sentence context

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

E77

Neural correlates of sine wave speech intelligibility in human frontal and temporal cortex

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

E78

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

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

E79

The Effect of Input Modality and Overt vs. Covert Production on Speech Perception in Articulatory Musculature

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

E80

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

Methods