Poster Slam Sessions

What is a Poster Slam?

Session

Time & Location

Chair

Session A

Thursday, August 16, 10:00 – 10:15 am, Room 2000C

Matt Davis

Session B

Thursday, August 16, 2:50 – 3:05 pm, Room 2000C

David Corina

Session C

Friday, August 17, 10:15 – 10:30 am, Room 2000C

Mairéad MacSweeney

Session D

Friday, August 17, 4:30 – 4:45 pm, Room 2000C

Angela Grant

Session E

Saturday, August 18, 2:45 – 3:00 pm, Room 2000C

Patti Adank

Poster Slam Presentations

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Board

Title

Topic Area

Poster Slam Session A

A5

Self-monitoring in L1 and L2 speech production: an MEG study

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

A21

How are visual words represented? Insights from EEG-based image reconstruction during reading

Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes

A26

Hierarchical syntactic structures modulate brain activity during morphological processing

Grammar: Morphology

A29

Inter-individual differences in predictive coding during language processing: the role of individual alpha frequency and idea density

Grammar: Syntax

A49

Automatic speech analysis technology yields reproducible dysprosodic markers in Primary progressive aphasia

Language Disorders

A57

Brain activation for spoken and sign language in infancy: Impact of experience in unimodal and bimodal bilinguals

Language Development

A63

The impoverished comprehension of non-native speech in noise

Multilingualism

A64

Neurodevelopmental impact of early bilingual acquisition on children’s syntactic processing

Multilingualism

Poster Slam Session B

B4

Syllable sequencing into words: A computational model of speech production

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

B7

Neural representation of phonemic categories in tonotopic auditory cortex

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

B14

Neural oscillations track changes in speech rate shown by MEG adaptation and perceptual after-effects

Perception: Auditory

B22

fMRI evidence for binding theory during anaphora resolution in naturalistic listening

Grammar: Syntax

B27

Spatial attention and perceptual-motor representations of demonstratives: a fast fMRI study using naturalistic auditory stimuli

Meaning: Lexical Semantics

B51

Neural plasticity of speech and reading networks associated with language learning

Multilingualism

B59

Picture naming in American Sign Language: an ERP study of the effects of iconicity and alignment

Signed Language and Gesture

Poster Slam Session C

C3

The Role of Primary Motor Cortex in Second Language Word Recognition

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

C4

Cortico-striatal tractography: Structural connectivity of the left inferior frontal gyrus along the rostrocaudal length of the putamen

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

C8

Brain activity predicts future learning potential in intensive second language listening training

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

C14

The neurobiology of Braille reading beyond the VWFA

Perception: Orthographic and Other Visual Processes

C36

Using local neural heterogeneity to both predict and track in language recovery

Language Therapy

C39

Neuromodulatory effects of individualized tDCS on MEG dynamics in chronic post-stroke aphasia

Language Disorders

C40

Syntactic and thematic mechanisms of subject-verb integration in aphasia and typical sentence comprehension

Language Disorders

C48

Reading efficiency is associated with fractional anisotropy, but not with myelin content, in the superior cerebellar peduncles.

Language Development

C61

Worse than useless: traditional ERP baseline correction reduces power through self-contradiction

Methods

Poster Slam Session D

D5

Speech rate is associated with cerebellar white matter in persistent developmental stuttering

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

D7

Sensorimotor adaptation in speech is sensitive to vowel targets of altered feedback

Speech Motor Control and Sensorimotor Integration

D11

Electrophysiological Effects of Bilingualism and Aging on Working Memory

Phonology and Phonological Working Memory

D15

Impaired Incidental Phonetic Learning in People with Aphasia

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

D16

Lexical tone classification in frontal and posterior regions using fNIRS

Perception: Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration

D20

Measuring the N400 during naturalistic conversation: An EEG hyperscanning study

Perception: Auditory

D23

Examining plasticity of the reading network: insights from deaf readers of Chinese

Writing and Spelling

Poster Slam Session E

E15

Human cortical encoding of a discrete temporal landmark for processing syllables in continuous speech

Perception: Auditory

E16

Structural connectivity across stimulation-defined critical language areas

Perception: Auditory

E25

Interaction of morphological and long-distance dependency processing: MEG evidence

Grammar: Syntax

E41

Classification of fMRI Data in Aphasia Based on Task, Time Point, and Subject

Language Therapy

E44

Continuous theta burst stimulation over right pars triangularis facilitates naming abilities in chronic post-stroke aphasia by enhancing phonological access

Language Disorders

E45

Neural Correlates of Impaired Emotional Prosody Recognition in Acute Right Hemisphere Stroke

Language Disorders

E46

Bilingualism delays age of symptom onset in the language variant but not the amnestic variant of Alzheimer’s dementia

Language Disorders