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Poster Sessions

Session

Time & Location

Session A

Tuesday, August 20, 2019, 10:15 am – 12:00 pm, Restaurant Hall

Session B

Tuesday, August 20, 2019, 3:15 – 5:00 pm, Restaurant Hall

Session C

Wednesday, August 21, 2019, 10:45 am – 12:30 pm, Restaurant Hall

Session D

Wednesday, August 21, 2019, 5:15 – 7:00 pm, Restaurant Hall

Session E

Thursday, August 22, 2019, 3:45 – 5:30 pm, Restaurant Hall

Poster Assignments

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Title

Last, First

Poster Session A

A1

BDNF Genotype Specific Differences in Cortical Activation in Chronic Aphasia

Kristinsson, Sigfus

A2

Serial position effects at different delays differentially predict patterns of brain damage in dementia

Kivisaari, Sasa

A3

Is the Supramarginal Gyrus a Hub for Both Spoken and Written Word Production?

Balasuramanian, Venugopal

A4

Parieto-temporal functional connectivity supports speech comprehension: Evidence from a stroke model

Keator, Lynsey

A5

Single word, sentence and discourse comprehension in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy

Yurchenko, Anna

A6

Language disorders after adulthood cerebellar lesions: systematic review of 91 cases

Malinen, Emilia

A7

Functional connectivity underlying language reorganization in chronic post-stroke aphasia using resting-state magnetoencephalography

Shah-Basak, Priyanka

A8

Propagation speed within the ventral stream predicts treatment response in chronic post-stroke aphasia

Wilmskoetter, Janina

A9

Inconsistency in lateralisation of language functions: a risk factor for language impairment?

Bradshaw, Abigail

A10

Auditory window of integration relates to language disorder: An event-related potentials study of children with autism spectrum disorder

Kwok, Elaine

A11

Gray and white matter developmental trajectories associated with persistence and recovery of childhood stuttering

Koenraads, Simone

A12

Neuroimaging-genetics profiles in persistent developmental stuttering

Chang, Soo-Eun

A13

Language learning in the adult brain: TMS-induced disruption of the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex facilitates statistical language learning

Smalle, Eleonore

A14

Temporal language areas appear necessary to wire up frontal cortex for language

Tuckute, Greta

A15

The influence of post-learning high-intensity exercise on consolidation of novel word forms in healthy older adults: a randomized controlled trial.

McSween, Marie-Pier

A16

​A Neurogenetic Study of Dyslexia Risk in Neonates

Georgieva, Stanimira

A17

gnikaepS sdrawkcaB: from extreme language traits to mechanisms

Mountford, Hayley

A18

Translating computational modeling into clinical practice: BiLex as a tool to simulate treatment outcomes in bilingual aphasia

Penaloza, Claudia

A19

Resolving dependencies during naturalistic listening

Brennan, Jonathan

A20

Predictability of semantic representations during pre-utterance planning

Honari-Jahromi, Maryam

A21

Investigating the role of inter-hemispheric communication in age-related increase in right-hemisphere P600 grammaticality effect: a combined ERP and DTI study

Chen, Po-Heng

A22

ERPs profiles for Chinese sentence processing: Relevant factors in noun-noun-verb structures with BA and BEI and effects of adjective placement violations

Wolpert, Max

A23

Predictive Abilities During Visual Narrative Comprehension

Coderre, Emily

A24

Domain-general neural mechanisms responsible for integrating incoming semantic content against multiple contextual aspects: evidence from semantic and nonsemantic tasks

Branzi, Francesca Martina

A25

Composition without syntax or plausibility: LATL conceptual combination occurs in the absence of syntactic phrase closure or semantic plausibility

Parrish, Alicia

A26

Disentangling syntactic and semantic components in basic adjective-noun composition: an MEG study

Kochari, Arnold

A27

Effects of semantic binding and plausibility on ERPs and oscillatory power in the theta, alpha and beta band

Segaert, Katrien

A28

Definitely saw it coming? An ERP study on the role of article gender and definiteness in predictive processing

Fleur, Damien

A29

Brain Irony Processing Developmental Trajectory

Avecilla-Ramirez, Gloria

A30

Neural Mechanisms of Language Use in Economic Decision-making

Zhou, Siyuan

A31

Acquisition Of Concrete Vs. Abstract Semantics: ERP Evidence

Mkrtychian, Nadezhda

A32

Embedding (im)plausible clauses in propositional attitude contexts: Modulatory effects on the N400 and late components

Călinescu, Lia

A33

Spatio-temporal dynamics of noun and verb naming in early bilinguals

Geng, Shuang

A34

Overlapping patterns during semantic processing of abstract and concrete concepts revealed with Granger Causality analysis

Fahimi Hnazaee, Mansoureh

A35

Mapping Multimodal Convergence Zones Using Representational Similarity Analysis and a High-Dimensional Grounded Model of Conceptual Content

Tong, Jiaqing

A36

Anterior temporal lobe regions necessary for naming individuals: Voxel-based lesion-symptom mapping in patients undergoing left temporal lobe resections

Binder, Jeffrey R

A37

Here and there, what and where: investigating the role of the dorsal visuospatial stream in linguistic spatial encoding.

Rocca, Roberta

A38

Can Language Cue the Visual Detection of Biological Motion?

Slivac, Ksenija

A39

Visual and verbal narrative comprehension in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders: an ERP study

Manfredi, Mirella

A40

Eliciting ERP components for morphosyntactic agreement mismatches in grammatical sentences

Courteau, Émilie

A41

Right hemisphere dominates tonal bilingualism: multimodal imaging evidences

Gao, Zhao

A42

EEG Resting-State Indices as Markers of Foreign-Language Aptitude in Older Adults

Kliesch, Maria

A43

Grammatical gender inhibition in learning of a second language vocabulary: ERP evidence

Frenck-Mestre, Cheryl

A44

The impact of language learning experience on phonological working memory: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study

Kousaie, Shanna

A45

Clause-type prediction and detection based on prosody: Earlier than you thought

Yang, Yang

A46

Validating the Survey of Experience in Code-Switching Environments (SECSE)

Blackburn, Angelique

A47

Investigating the semantic control network and its structural decline in mild cognitive impairment and mild dementia

Dewenter, Anna

A48

Reducing the visual resolution of lexical signs increases working memory load

Andin, Josefine

A49

Revisiting the connectional neuroanatomy of pars opercularis and the ventral precentral fiber intersection area using data from the Human Connectome Project

Vatche, Baboyan

A50

GEREC protocol for interactive mapping of language and memory processes in temporal lobe epilepsy

Banjac, Sonja

A51

Testing the unitary theory of language lateralisation using functional transcranial Doppler ultrasound in adults

Woodhead, Zoe

A52

Picture naming yields highly reproducible cortical activation patterns: test-retest reliability of MEG recordings

Ala-Salomäki, Heidi

A53

A computational mechanistic account of hemisphere differences in language processing

Chang, Ya-Ning

A54

Dynamics of Word Production in the Transition from Adolescence to Adulthood: an adult-like behaviour in spite of some child-like neurophysiological patterns

Atanasova, Tanja

A55

Oxytocinergic Modulation of Speech Production

Vogt, Charlotte

A56

The Role of Cortico-Subcortical Loops in the Learning of Speech Motor Sequences

Todorović, Snežana

A57

Hemispheric lateralization during speech production is modulated by articulatory-phonological task demands

Payne, Heather

A58

Complete Cortical Dynamics of Single Word Articulation

Tandon, Nitin

A59

Time course and neural signature of speech phonetic planning as compared to non-speech motor planning

Lancheros, Monica

A60

Enhancing Speech Motor Learning Recovery With Noninvasive Brain Stimulation: Behavioral and neurobiological evidence

Buchwald, Adam

A60

Modulation of motor cortical excitability in people who stutter during passive listening to speech

Poster Withdrawn

A61

Sustained oscillations in MEG and tACS demonstrate true neural entrainment in speech processing

Zoefel, Benedikt

A62

Sex-related differences in sensorimotor processing of different speakers

Thornton, David

A63

Decoding of second-language proficiency level from multivariate neural data

Di Liberto, Giovanni

A64

Cortical entrainment in the alpha rather than the theta frequency range predicts speech comprehension in noise

Strauß, Antje

A65

Animacy in relative clauses differentially affects older adults’ speech processing

Kurthen, Ira

A66

Spectro-temporal prediction errors support perception and perceptual learning of degraded speech: evidence from MEG encoding

Davis, Matthew H

A67

Auditory Language Processing in the Visual Cortex of Blind Individuals

O'Neil, Kiera

A68

The network architecture for natural language in the brain is not fixed

Aliko, Sarah

A69

Human speech cortex encodes amplitude envelope as transient, phase-locked responses to discrete temporal landmarks

Kojima, Katsuaki

A70

Modeling the EEG from the audio signal: a methodological investigation

Kandylaki, Katerina Danae

A71

The effect of melody training on brain responses in Cantonese-speaking congenital amusics: Evidence from Event-related Potentials

Shao, Jing

A72

How semantic association influence word processing: MEG study

Razorenova, Alexandra

A73

Transfer effects of musical training to speech salient temporal features: improved sensitivity to VOT.

Poster Withdrawn

A74

Grammatical Expectations of American English Dialects

Weissler, Rachel Elizabeth

A75

Tolerance to audiovisual asynchronies for early cross-modal interactions during speech processing: An electrophysiological study

Jesse, Alexandra

A76

Noninvasive neurostimulation reveals a causal role for left superior temporal lobe in speech adaptation

Choi, Ja Young

A77

Assessing continuous speech processing in adults and normal hearing children

Lawyer, Laurel

A78

Automatic use of phonological codes during processing of written and fingerspelled words in deaf readers of Spanish

Poster Withdrawn

A79

Grey and white matter correlates of verbal and non-verbal working memory

Kasselimis, Dimitrios

A80

Recognizing words by their neighbors: Neural decoding evidence for overlapping lexical representations

Ahlfors, Seppo

A81

MOUS, a 204-subject multimodal neuroimaging dataset to study language processing

Schoffelen, Jan Mathijs

A82

Readers are parallel processors: ERP evidence from the RPVP paradigm

Wen, Yun

A83

Localizing activation of component processes of reading in adult struggling readers

Harrington, Rachael

A84

Effects and interactions of orthographic depth and lexicality in Arabic visual word recognition: A lexical decision ERP study

Idrissi, Ali

A85

Chinese Two-character-words Overcome Interocular Suppression Faster than Chinese Two-character-nonwords

Bai, Jian'e

A86

Bilingual dyslexic children show language-universal deficits in the brain

Zhang, Qing

A87

Changes in brain activity during learning grapheme-phoneme associations: An MEG study

Xu, Weiyong

A88

Effortful verb retrieval from semantic memory drives beta suppression in higher-order motor areas

Chernyshev, Boris

Poster Session B

B1

Cross-modal plasticity in secondary auditory cortex

Holmer, Emil

B2

Performance on Word Generation in Schizophrenia: A Linguist’s View

Rosenkranz, Anna

B3

Prediction: when, where & how? An investigation into spoken language prediction in naturalistic virtual environments

Callaghan, Eleanor

B4

Brain tumors in left frontal regions impact language laterality as determined by pre-surgical fMRI

Polczynska, Monika

B5

Using Vascular Territories to Estimate Disconnection Profiles in Post-Stroke Aphasia

Busby, Natalie

B6

White-matter bottleneck in small vessel disease: A lesion- symptom mapping study of executive-language functions.

Camerino, Ileana

B7

Resting state functional connectivity changes in transient post-operative aphasia

Kell, Christian Alexander

B8

White Matter Hyperintensity predicts naming treatment outcomes in aphasia

Penaloza, Claudia

B9

Long-range fiber damage in small vessel brain disease affects aphasia severity

Wilmskoetter, Janina

B10

Relation between diffusion measures of the arcuate fasciculus and initial severity of aphasia in the acute phase after stroke

Schevenels, Klara

B11

The effect of left and right hemisphere lesions on discourse production

Tsolakopoulos, Dimitrios

B12

A model to investigate effective connectivity in the speech network with TMS-evoked cortical potentials

Lioumis, Pantelis

B13

The neural process of becoming a word as revealed by triple-echo fMRI

Gore, Katherine

B14

The influence of the prenatal linguistic environment on the newborn cerebral language processing: A fNIRS study

Caron-Desrochers, Laura

B15

How early language development of international adoptees stands the test of time

Norrman, Gunnar

B16

Congenital blind causes the functional connectivity plasticity of the right inferior parietal lobe in number processing

Guo, Runhua

B17

Newborn infants show predictive inference of syllables in word-like items

Suppanen, Emma

B18

Aging patterns of Japanese auditory semantic processing: an fMRI study

Liu, Hengshuang

B19

Aberrant Pre-Stimulus Alpha-Band Phase-Locking Predicts Decreased Auditory MMN in Developmental Dyslexia

Meyer, Lars

B20

Neural and perceptual phoneme discrimination in an acoustically variable context is compromised in dyslexia

Virtala, Paula

B21

Neural mechanisms of generalization for language learning in autism spectrum disorder

Castelluccio, Brian

B22

Lexical factors in confrontation naming among multilinguals with dementia: The effects of frequency, age of acquisition, phonological neighbourhood density, word class, imageability and cognate status

Hansen, Pernille

B23

Differences in the latent structure of language abilities in 8-year-old children with or without a familial risk of dyslexia

Kuuluvainen, Soila

B24

Dyslexia risk children with different forms of ROBO1 gene differ in their cortical representation of new phonological word forms

Nora, Anni

B25

Brain mapping during awake surgeries: 10 years of studies on the neurobiology of language

Moritz-Gasser, Sylvie

B26

The role of motor system in action-related language comprehension in L1 and L2: an fMRI study

Tian, Lili

B27

How cognitive abilities modulate the brain network for auditory lexical access in healthy seniors

Heim, Stefan

B28

The angular gyrus is activated by episodic retrieval but deactivated by semantic retrieval

Humphreys, Gina

B29

A cross-method, cross-language comparison of semantic feature norms

Kivisaari, Sasa

B30

The robustness of prediction effects based on article-elicited negativity in spoken language comprehension depends on the communicative intentions of listeners and speakers

Brunellière, Angèle

B31

Say What You Mean: Contrasting BOLD responses of the ventral anterior temporal lobe during visual recognition of iconic and arbitrary word forms

Binney, Richard J.

B32

Online build-up of cortical representations for novel morphemes and words: multi-modal evidence of ultra-rapid functional and structural plasticity in language acquisition

Shtyrov, Yury

B33

Sociality effects along linguistic hierarchies

Lin, Nan

B34

Neural Correlates of Semantic Role Processing in Naturalistic Language Comprehension: an fMRI study

Zhang, Shulin

B35

Dividing Attention During Language Comprehension Affects ERP Components of Contextual Integration and Revision

Hubbard, Ryan

B36

Semantic Integration During Language Comprehension in Natural Contexts

Liu, Mengxing

B37

Decoding linguistic communications in human premotor cortex

Chang, Wenshuo

B38

Dissociating activation and integration of discourse referents: Evidence from ERPs and oscillations

Coopmans, Cas

B39

Modulating expectations with connectives in discourse comprehension

Zhang, Linmin

B40

Event-related potentials to visual processing of incongruities in negated and affirmative sentences

Farshchi, Sara

B41

Cortical tracking of Mandarin structures

Lo, Chia-Wen

B42

Reevaluating the dynamics of auditory sentence processing: an ERP study in French

Fromont, Lauren A.

B43

Lists with and without syntax: MEG effects of syntactic composition when local conceptual combination is controlled

Law, Ryan

B44

Morphological sensitivity is associated with ventral white matter pathways across orthographies

Yablonski, Maya

B45

Sensitivity to syntactic affixation restrictions in L1 vs. L2 processing as revealed by ERPs

Stockall, Linnaea

B46

Neither ipsilateral, nor contralateral pathway advantage for early compound decomposition: Evidence from anaglyphs

de Almeida, Roberto G.

B47

Positive L1 to L2 transfer allows for multifaceted processing in the initial stages of adult second language tone and grammar acquisition

Gosselke Berthelsen, Sabine

B48

Are neural effects of composition sensitive to code-switching?

Phillips, Sarah F.

B49

The grammaticalization of different relations during adult second language (L2) acquisition

Biondo, Nicoletta

B50

Prior knowledge predicts early consolidation in learning a novel language

Ben-Zion, Dafna

B51

Speech production in second language learners of Russian

Flynn, Mara

B52

Effects of orthographic depth on functional connectivity between the posterior visual word form area and dorsal and ventral reading networks in proficient Welsh-English bilinguals

Sorvisto, Pauliina

B53

Linking production and comprehension – Investigating the lexical interface

Garg, Arushi

B54

Neural architecture of discourse-derived fluency in post-stroke chronic aphasia

Stark, Brielle

B55

The multiple-demand network in language processing of the aging brain

Martin, Sandra

B56

Classification of consonants and vowels with fast oscillation-based fMRI

Wallentin, Mikkel

B57

Vasopressin modulates the neural response to infant cries in fathers

Witteman, Jurriaan

B58

Neurophysiological evidence of the transformation of phonological into phonographic representations

Pattamadilok, Chotiga

B59

Bilateral Opercular Syndrome and Speech Perception

Walker, Grant

B60

Lexical information guides retuning of neural patterns in perceptual learning of speech

Luthra, Sahil

B61

Hang on the lips: The listeners’ brain entrains to the theta rhythms conveyed by lip and auditory streams during naturalistic multimodal speech perception.

Biau, Emmanuel

B62

Text-induced shifts in speech perception in children with and without developmental dyslexia: Distinct cortical activation patterns underlie similar behavioural findings

Romanovska, Linda

B63

Inner speech in silent reading evokes theta phase-locked responses in the auditory cortex

Yao, Bo

B64

Neural correlates of lexical tone and intonation in tonal and non-tonal language speakers

Chien, Pei-Ju

B65

Sensorimotor processing in language production: Evidence from audiovisual speech entrainment in people with aphasia

Mailend, Marja-Liisa

B66

Population dynamics in Broca’s area during overt and covert speech

Roussel, Philémon

B67

Distinct auditory neural populations track vocalization feedback delays

Ozker Sertel, Muge

B68

Beyond Phrase Structure: An Alternative Analysis of Brennan and Hale (2019) Using a Dependency Parser

Alday, Phillip M.

B69

Neurobiological modeling of the Mental Lexicon

Fitz, Hartmut

B70

EARSHOT: Emulating Auditory Recognition of Speech by Humans Over Time

Magnuson, James

B71

Constraint Asyntactic Structure of Ancient Chinese Poetry Facilitates Content Parsing: A study combining MEG, RNN, and crowdsourcing

Teng, Xiangbin

B72

Neural Computations of Prediction Error Can Explain MEG Responses during Recognition of Spoken Words and Pseudowords

Wang, Yingcan (Carol)

B73

Cultural background shapes brain activity and associations elicited during listening to a narrative

Hakonen, Maria

B74

Pitch, Formants, and Formant Differences are Decisive Factors in Vowel Processing – Electrophysiological Evidence from N1 Amplitude and Latency Analyses.

Frank, Marina

B75

Native-language experience reflected in low gamma, theta and delta frequency bands.

Wagner, Monica

B76

The role of attention in visual language information processing

Lamekina, Iuliia

B77

Distinct Speech Production and Speech Perception Regions in the Human Cerebellum: A Neuroimaging Meta-Analyses

Lametti, Daniel R

B78

Patterns of structural covariation with left precentral gyrus predict words in noise performance

Hervais-Adelman, Alexis

B79

Associations between cortical surface structure and reading related skills

Perdue, Meaghan

B80

Characterizing the spatiotemporal pattern of neural activity and word representation during visual word recognition

Long, Laura

B81

Brain activation related to individual differences in natural reading speed: A fixation-related fMRI study

Richlan, Fabio

B82

Morphological decomposition in the ventral stream

Lally, Clare

B83

The role of outline-shape during orthographic processing in deaf readers: Evidence from ERPs

Gutierrez-Sigut, Eva

B84

Reading acquisition of Chinese as a second language using pinyin and writing strategies

Feng, Jieyin

B85

Word-chunk or Words-chunk? Two-stage Chunking Operation in Reading of Complex Text

Yang, Jinbiao

B86

An analysis of the dual route theory of reading using neural decoding

Curtis, Aidan

B87

The nature of the contextual diversity effect: Evidence from an incidental vocabulary learning task

Rosa, Eva

Poster Session C

C1

Individual alpha frequency has greater impact on the interaction of prediction and interference in language comprehension than age

Schoknecht, Pia

C2

Verbal executive function tests capture language and control processes in chronic post stroke aphasia

Schumacher, Rahel

C3

Gesture-Speech Integration in the Adolescent Brain

Asaridou, Salomi

C4

Cortical thickness lateralization and its relation to language abilities in children

Qi, Ting

C5

Many ways to read your vowels: The development of a Hebrew reading brain

Nathaniel, Upasana

C6

Naturalistic auditory narratives drive shared neural responses in visual cortices across congenitally blind individuals

Bedny, Marina

C7

Heterogeneous neural deficits in dyslexia during speech sound processing tasks

Centanni, Tracy

C8

Atypical neural sources to speech-sound changes in dyslexia

Thiede, Anja

C9

Coarse print tuning in Chinese children with and without dyslexia: preliminary results from an EEG study

Maurer, Urs

C10

Fluency Effects of Novel Acoustic Vocal Transformations in People Who Stutter: An Exploratory Behavioral Study

Kleinberger, Rebecca

C11

Chameleon effects in autism: Social interactions are influenced by bodily mimicry

Tunçgenç, Bahar

C12

Candidate genes for phonological processing disorders: A systematic review and expression analysis in Broca's and Wernicke's region

Unger, Nina

C13

Language outcome after anterior temporal lobectomy: insights from tractography

Stupina, Ekaterina

C14

Comparing multi-dimensionality in post-stroke aphasia and primary progressive aphasia using principle component analysis

Ingram, Ruth

C15

A prospective morphometric study on the protection of bilingualism against dementia

Marin, Lidon

C16

Prediction of early post-stroke aphasia from initial language severity

Osa Garcia, Alberto

C17

Eye Gaze as a Predictor of Visual Confrontation Naming Impairment in Progressive Disorders of Semantic Memory

Flurie, Maurice

C18

Sparse canonical correlation analysis reveals anatomical correlates of naming errors in Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA)

Bruffaerts, Rose

C19

Oral narrative productions in Alzheimer’s Disease related to memory systems and brain volume measures

Hubner, Lilian Cristine

C20

Types of naming errors in aphasia: The effect of phonemic and semantic cueing

Papageorgiou, Georgios

C21

Phonologically related EEG as a more reliable diagnostic tool in the recovery of aphasia in the different stages after stroke.

De Letter, Miet

C22

Alpha Oscillations mark the Interaction between Language Processing and Cognitive Control Operations during Sentence Reading

Terporten, René

C23

Early Neural Signals of Prediction During Language Comprehension Are Modulated by Constraint and Expectancy

Hubbard, Ryan

C24

Goal Bias in the Visual World

Krass, Kyra

C25

Distinct neural mechanisms underlying structure building in different syntactic environments

Fritz, Isabella

C26

Neural correlate of social comunication

Valles Capetillo, Diola Elizabeth

C27

Shared situation models between production and comprehension: fMRI evidence on the neurocognitive processes underlying the construction and sharing of representations in discourse

Heidlmayr, Karin

C28

Electrophysiology of inferential processing in visual narratives

Cohn, Neil

C29

Brain Processing of Socio-Pragmatic Conventions in a Second Language: Cross-Linguistic Perspectives

Cui, Haining

C30

fMRI Representational Similarity Analysis Reveals the Information Structure Underlying Word Semantics

Fernandino, Leonardo

C31

Representational analysis of abstract word meaning

Meersmans, Karen

C32

Neural Correlates of Semantic Processing for Abstract Verbs

Muraki, Emiko

C33

Memory benefits of expectation violations

Giglio, Laura

C34

Dissociating Grammatical Categories in Temporal and Perisylvian networks: Evidence from Neurodegenerative Disease

Lukic, Sladjana

C35

A functional gradient for semantic cognition: graded transitions from default mode to executive cortex

Jefferies, Beth

C36

Electrophysiological Evidence for the Processing of Predicative Metaphors

Spanoudis, George

C37

Language Background and Lexical Representations during Naturalistic Reading: An RSA Analysis of Fixation Related fMRI Data on L1 and L2 Readers of English

Schloss, Benjamin

C38

Implicit and explicit access to partial word knowledge in school-aged children

Sharp, Brittany

C39

Neural correlates for comprehending spatial language in American Sign Language and English

Emmorey, Karen

C40

Using MPVA of intertrial phase coherence of neuromagnetic responses to words to classify lexical, semantic and morphosyntactic processes in young vs. older participants

Jensen, Mads

C41

Towards an Optimized Paradigm for N400-Effect Elicitation in Single-Subject Applications

Eulitz, Carsten

C42

Towards a functional interpretation of sustained anterior negativities

Cruz Heredia, Aura A L

C43

The oscillatory mechanisms supporting syntactic binding in healthy aging

Segaert, Katrien

C44

Form, meaning, and morphology in Arabic masked priming: An ERP study

Idrissi, Ali

C45

How do phonological competitors affect gender processing in heritage Spanish speakers?

Baron, Alisa

C46

Was the ship thinking or was the sheep sinking? A tDCS study in speakers of English as a second language

Borodkin, Katy

C47

Phrase-Final Lengthening as a Word Segmentation Cue in French: A Bilingual ERP Investigation

Gilbert, Annie C.

C48

Early brain changes while learning a second language - Relearning how to listen, read, and learn, from words to sentences

Goucha, Tomás

C49

The role of motor activation during action verb processing: an EEG study

Zappa, Ana

C50

The left Frontal Aslant Tract supports sentence planning: Evidence from direct electrical stimulation and longitudinal diffusion MRI in brain tumor patients

Chernoff, Benjamin

C51

Identifying the cognitive components of the morphological fluency task through neurocognitive correlations

Agmon, Galit

C52

Similarity of cortical semantic representations during language production and comprehension

Yamaguchi, Hiroto

C53

How aging affects the neural basis of phonological and semantic neighborhood density

Diaz, Michele T

C54

Modulating verbal fluency performance in healthy adults with transcranial direct current stimulation over the left prefrontal cortex

Klaus, Jana

C55

Development of the brain network supporting handwriting in middle childhood

Longcamp, Marieke

C56

Tip-of-the-Tongue: A window into neural interactions between memory and language systems

Hartzell, James

C57

Inner and external error monitoring during language production recruit strikingly similar neural networks

Poster Withdrawn

C58

Cortical dynamics of the speech motor control network in the non-fluent variant of Primary Progressive Aphasia

Kothare, Hardik

C59

"Mean Speech Rate" Doesn't Mean Much: Analysis of Speech Rhythm Benefits from Quantising Inter-Onset Intervals

MacIntyre, Alexis

C60

SimpleDIVA: A 3-Parameter Model for Examining Adaptation in Speech and Voice Production

Kearney, Elaine

C61

A comprehensive evaluation of the Spontaneous Speech Synchronization phenomenon

Zuanazzi, Arianna

C62

Modelling incremental development of semantic prediction

Choi, Hun S.

C63

Learning words by encoding the sequence of sounds: A computational model of speech perception

Topalidou, Meropi

C64

Neural processing of speech-in-noise in autism spectrum disorder

Schelinski, Stefanie

C65

Speech production rate modulates perception only for a subgroup of the population

Assaneo, M. Florencia

C66

Effects of Musical Training on White Matter Diffusivities and Speech in Noise Perception

Du, Yi

C67

Motor engagement relates to accurate perception of phonemes and audiovisual words, but inaccurate perception of auditory words.

Michaelis, Kelly

C68

Structural neural correlates of native-language speech perception and non-native speech sound learning

Fuhrmeister, Pamela

C69

Interactions of voice identity and emotion in speech processing: the role of attention

Pinheiro, Ana

C70

Speech perception under effortful listening conditions in older adults

Jagoda, Laura

C71

Listening experience and syntactic complexity modulate neural networks for speech and language: A functional near-infrared spectroscopy study

White, Bradley

C72

Commensurability of Cognitive Neuroscience of Language and Music

Araneda Hinrichs, Nicolas

C73

Auditory neural responses to native and foreign language syllables in typical readers and in children with reading difficulties

Azaiez Zammit Chatti, Najla

C74

Acquisition of word meaning: associative reward learning stimulates fast temporally coherent auditory-motor mapping in the human brain

Chernyshev, Boris

C75

Distinguishing the Sublevels of Speech Sound Processing: Evidence from electrophysiology with a pure word deaf patient

Poster Withdrawn

C76

Musical background affects audiovisual modulation of speech and music at N1 - an ERP study

Sorati, Marzieh

C77

Task-related effects during natural audio-visual dialogues in fMRI

Wikman, Patrik

C78

A new framework for studying audiovisual speech integration: Partial Information Decomposition into unique, redundant and synergistic interactions

Park, Hyojin

C79

Lip-reading connected natural speech in normal-hearing individuals: Neural characteristics

Saalasti, Satu

C80

Neural correlates of verbal working memory revealed through voxel-based morphometry

Ghaleh, Maryam

C81

Effects of Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation on Statistical Language Learning and Phonological Working Memory

Kaan, Edith

C82

Universal neural anomalies in Chinese and French dyslexic children

Feng, Xiaoxia

C83

The Effects of Extensive Reading on Second Language Listening Proficiency: an fNIRS Study

Chiba, Katsuhiro

C84

Removal of Ocular Artifacts from Magnetoencephalographic Natural Reading Data: Recommended Methods

Mäkelä, Sasu

C85

Phonological Visual Word Recognition in the Two Cerebral Hemispheres: Evidence from a Masked Priming Study with Cross-Script Pseudohomophones as Primes

Peleg, Orna

C86

The brain regions involved in development of kana reading skills: a longitudinal f-MRI study of Japanese primary school students

Seki, Ayumi

C87

To go or not to go? Or just go? An ERP-based analysis of two-choice vs. go/no-go response procedures in lexical decision

Vergara-Martinez, Marta

C88

Leveraging megastudy data in neuropsychological assessment of reading

Dickens, J. Vivian

C89

Lingering word expectations in recognition memory

Rommers, Joost

Poster Session D

D1

Post-hoc modification of linear models: take control of your machine learning algorithm

van Vliet, Marijn

D2

Modelling a full-size grounded conceptual system: Categorical structure emerges spontaneously from the latent structure of sensorimotor experience

Connell, Louise

D3

Beyond the diffusion tensor model: probabilistic nTMS-based tractography of language pathways in patients with brain tumors

Rautu, Ioana Sabina

D4

Neurocomputational model of the mental lexicon in a word naming and word retrieval scenario

Stille, Catharina Marie

D5

Spatiotemporal signatures of linguistic control mechanisms in bilingual and monolingual contexts.

Timofeeva, Polina

D6

Dynamics of inhibitory control during bilingual speech production

Poster Withdrawn

D7

Attention processes in children with attentional difficulties and in children with reading difficulties as revealed using brain event-related potentials

Santhana Gopalan, Praghajieeth Raajhen

D8

The detection of repetition-based regularities from visual input at 6 months of age

de la Cruz-Pavía, Irene

D9

Deficits in Language Development of Children Raised in Institutional Care: Behavioral and ERP indices

Zhukova, Marina

D10

Developmental changes in the neural underpinnings of word learning

Abel, Alyson

D11

Neural correlates of learning novel word forms in children with developmental language disorder

Krishnan, Saloni

D12

Stuttering and the Social Brain

Jackson, Eric S.

D13

Frontal aslant tract differences in developmental stuttering

Cler, Gabriel

D14

Investigating the Microstructure of Language-Related White Matter Tracts in Developmental Language Disorder

Smith, Harriet

D15

A Role for the Motor System in Minimally Verbal Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Mody, Maria

D16

Longitudinal atrophy of the left inferior frontal gyrus following post-stroke aphasia

Egorova, Natalia

D17

Poor action fluency performance is associated with reduced activity in motor and cognitive control regions in Parkinson’s disease

Auclair-Ouellet, Noémie

D18

Neural Synchronization During Language Processing in Listeners with Aphasia

Johnson, Lisa

D19

Establishing brain-to-behaviour prediction models of post-stroke aphasia: A systematic investigation of brain parcellations, multimodal imaging, and machine learning algorithms.

Halai, Ajay

D20

French version of the Phonological Component Analysis: Preliminary results with nine participants

Masson-Trottier, Michele

D21

No selective action verb impairment in Parkinson’s disease: evidence from Danish patients reading naturalistic texts

Højlund, Andreas

D22

Longitudinal Recovery of Auditory Comprehension following Stroke

Baldo, Juliana

D23

Neural correlates of spoken and written language comprehension in chronic stroke aphasia

Drossinos Sancho, Niki

D24

Parsing trimorphemic words in sentences: Evidence from aphasia

de Almeida, Roberto G.

D25

Differential effects of intensive language-action therapy on processing grammatical word class and semantics demonstrated by functional magnetic resonance imaging

Dreyer, Felix R

D26

Developmental changes in the inferior frontal cortex for processing Chinese classifiers

Lee, Shu-Hui

D27

The dynamic influence of newly established associations between concepts on the semantic network

Ding, Jinfeng

D28

Identifying distinct functional subdivisions of the anterior temporal lobes

Persichetti, Andrew S

D29

Controlled Semantic Cognition Necessitates a Deep Multimodal Hub

Jackson, Rebecca

D30

Modulation of functional connections from temporal cortex during second language word recognition in noise: does L2 - L1 phonological similarity matter?

Guediche, Sara

D31

Adaptation of a semantic picture-word interference paradigm to language mapping with transcranial magnetic stimulation

Jonen, Magdalena

D32

Category-Level Semantic Top-Down Modulation of the N170

Taylor, Jack E.

D33

Can computers understand word meanings like the human brain does? Assessing the correlation between EEG responses and NLP-generated word similarity

Tian, Xing

D34

Navigating the turbulent seas of lesion symptom mapping: Comparative analyses of univariate and multivariate lesion symptom mapping methods

Ivanova, Maria V.

D35

How does eye-tracking in the MRI scanner compare to the lab? Evidence from a linguistic prediction task

Mack, Jennifer

D36

Traveling back in time: does switching the focus to the initial state of the changed object come at a cost?

Prystauka, Yanina

D37

Bag of words precedes bag of arguments: The time course of computing argument identity in sentence comprehension

Liao, Chia-Hsuan

D38

No language unification without neural feedback: How awareness affects combinatorial processes

Mongelli, Valeria

D39

Disentangling semantic association from semantic composition in the LATL

Li, Jixing

D40

Dynamic updating of native syntax

Thothathiri, Malathi

D41

Lower LIFG activation for higher syntactic complexity: MEG evidence from conceptually-matched Arabic stimuli

Matar, Suhail

D42

Syntactic Priming in Brazilian Portuguese Sentence Comprehension: An EEG Study

Mota, Mailce B.

D43

Morpheme-specific neural representations in skilled adult readers: Evidence from fast periodic visual stimulation

Ktori, Maria

D44

Semantic information facilitates memory trace formation for novel morphology: neuromagnetic investigation

Balla, Viktória Roxána

D45

Counterfactual reasoning fails when its premise is not true: Evidence from ERP

Xu, Xiaodong

D46

Gender differences in the neural processing of pitch focus

Spalek, Katharina

D47

The neuro-cognitive interplay between respectfulness and lexical-semantics in reading Chinese: Evidence from ERPs

Ji, Liyan

D48

Anaphoric distance dependencies in the sequential structure of wordless visual narratives

Cohn, Neil

D49

Neural correlates of inferential reasoning in evidentiality: An ERP study

Poster Withdrawn

D50

The Use of Language Proficiency Assessments in Neurobiological Studies of L2, Bilingualism, and Multilingualism: A Systematic Review

Poster Withdrawn

D51

Markedness modulates person agreement differently in L1 and L2 speakers: An ERP study

Alemán Bañón, José

D52

Early crosslinguistic ERP effects in bilinguals: Automatic parallel access of both L1 and L2 lexicons

Petrova, Anna

D53

ERP responses to simple vs. complex English morphology in native Mandarin speakers

Kuo, Chu-Hsuan

D54

Effects of bilingualism and lifestyle choices on the neural indices of cognitive control in older adults

O'Riordan, Caitlin E.

D55

Syllabic and phonemic effects in Chinese spoken language production: Evidence from ERPs

Qu, Qingqing

D56

Optimization in non-native speech sound production

Martin, Clara

D57

The frontal aslant white matter tract (FAT) and semantic selection in word production

Sierpowska, Joanna

D58

The time-course of lexical and sub-lexical processing in language production versus perception as revealed by event-related brain potentials.

Strijkers, Kristof

D59

When Do Neurophysiological Correlates of Word Production Change Across the Adult Lifespan?

Krethlow, Giulia

D60

Motor imagery of speech increases activation of tongue motor area – a Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation study

Maegherman, Gwijde

D61

Grey and white matter structures associated with temporal aspects of speech: Are different genres supported by distinct brain networks?

Angelopoulou, Georgia

D62

Alpha Band ERD Associated with the Increased Use of Formulaic Language in a Naturalistic Production Task

Coulson, Seana

D63

Failure to replicate the effects of transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) on articulation of tongue twisters: a pre-registered study

Wiltshire, Charlotte

D64

Neural correlates of American Sign Language production revealed by electrocorticography

Shum, Jennifer

D65

Steady use of phonological detail from preschool to 2nd grade

Bauch, Anne

D66

Neural sensitivity to speech distributional information underlies statistical learning

Schneider, Julie

D67

Neural indices of voice stream segregation in monolinguals and bilinguals

Baker, Melissa

D68

Effects of structural complexity on sentence comprehension: An fMRI study of late second language learners

Koyanagi, Kaoru

D69

Is developmental dyslexia children’s prosody processing modulated by syntactic structure? An ERP study on Chinese developmental dyslexia children

Gu, Jiexin

D70

Shared Cortical Activation for Children’s Phonological Awareness in Signed and Spoken Language: A Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy Study

Andriola, Diana

D71

Changes in resting-state functional brain connectivity and reading ability following reading intervention

Cross, Alexandra

D72

Print related activation in left superior temporal gyrus predicts future reading outcomes in Chinese beginning readers

Hong, Tian

D73

Resolving language processing from decision making: a multimodal imaging approach

Liljeström, Mia

D74

Phonological Processing During Implicit Task in Chinese Deaf Readers: An ERP Investigation

Bai, Jian'e

D75

Searching through the Parafoveal Visual Field with fMRI

Poster Withdrawn

D76

In search for intergenerational similarities in reading-related white matter tracts

Vandermosten, Maaike

D77

Unfolding the temporal dynamics of phonological interference (PI) effects in meaning access with ERPs

Zhou, Lin

D78

Left Perisylvian Cortex Damage Selectively Impairs Pseudoword Spelling.

Rapp, Brenda

D79

Neuromagnetic evoked responses to unattended speech as indices of language processing in young adults and in healthy aging

Hyder, Rasha

D80

Perceptual learning for speech under adverse listening conditions: Robust but frustratingly specific

Poster Withdrawn

D80

Neural representations for spoken words are influenced by the iconicity of their sign translation equivalents in hearing, early sign-speech bilinguals

Evans, Samuel

D81

An electrophysiological marker of unexpected interruptions of natural speech flow.

Anurova, Irina

D82

The use speech temporal cues in phonetic processing: an electrophysiological study with infants and adults

Hegde, Monica

D83

The environment makes a difference: Disrupted processing of speech sounds within natural auditory environment is reflected in the left auditory cortical activity

Renvall, Hanna

D84

The Neurobiology of Speech Perception in Noise in Amateur Singers and Non-Singers

Perron, Maxime

D85

Similarities and differences in the cortical processing of melodies in speech and music

Scharinger, Mathias

D86

Investigating the neural bases of self-monitoring of speech in people with aphasia: an ERP study

Ouellette, Heather

D87

What can machine learning tell us about human categorical perception?

Beach, Sara

D88

Data-driven meta-analysis of the structural-functional parcellation of temporal and temporoparietal cortex

Teghipco, Alex

Poster Session E

E1

The role of the left frontal aslant tract in lexical selection: data from picture-word interference and sentence completion tasks

Zyryanov, Andrey

E2

White matter tracts underlying orthographic processing: Evidence for the role of the left vertical occipital fasciculus

Litovsky, Celia

E3

Language Abilities as a Function of Resting-State EEG Trajectories: an 11-Year Longitudinal Study

Meyer, Lars

E4

Rule learning and sleep: An fNIRS study of non-adjacent rule learning by 6-month-olds

Martinez-Alvarez, Anna

E5

Temporal and topographical changes in theta power between middle childhood and adulthood during sentence comprehension

Maguire, Mandy

E6

Association of speech perception and production in 2-month-olds: Relating event-related-potential and vocal reactivity measures

Schaadt, Gesa

E7

Perceptual anchoring: Infants benefit from auditory predictive coding

Männel, Claudia

E8

Hearing Parents’ Use Multimodal Cues to Establish Joint Attention as a Function of Children’s Hearing Status

Bortfeld, Heather

E9

Disentangling the contribution of family risk on reading precursors in pre-readers

Blockmans, Lauren

E10

Neural Stability and Language in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Tecoulesco, Lisa

E11

Networks of attention and general processing speed as potential predictors of late talker outcomes

Kautto, Anna

E12

Investigating white matter tissue properties in dyslexia: A combined analysis of DTI and myelin water imaging

Economou, Maria

E13

Language network re-organization associated with word- and sentence-level language interventions in chronic aphasia

Barbieri, Elena

E15

Clinical Implementation of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS): Speech-Language Pathologist’ Opinions Regarding the Translation of tDCS into Clinical Practice

Keator, Lynsey

E16

Do different language impairments have distinctive patterns of RS-fMRI as indexed by fALFF?

Dickerson, Nicole

E17

Primary Progressive Aphasia Presenting as a Functional Neurological Disorder for More Than a Decade

Hauptman, Aaron

E18

The effects of real and simulated lesions on the modular organization of the brain

Rapp, Brenda

E19

Transcranial direct current stimulation as an adjuvant to aphasia treatment may provide greater benefit to individuals with longer-term chronic aphasia

Johnson, Lorelei Phillip

E20

Using Concept Typicality to Explore the Semantic Neural Network in Healthy Ageing

Alves, Mara

E21

Exploring the mechanisms of adult word learning by modulating temporal congruency and object modality

Cosper, Samuel H.

E22

Lexical pre-activation and post-lexical integration accounts of the N400 ERP effect: When words’ syntactic categories interact with semantic relational priming

Herbay, Alexandre

E23

First language matters: An auditory ERP study of crosslinguistic influence effects on semantic processing

Blomberg, Frida

E24

Online build-up of neocortical memory traces for spoken words is facilitated by novel semantic associations: MEG data

Leminen, Alina

E25

Individual differences in the neural organization of language, and their relationship to language abilities

Rivera-Figueroa, Karla

E26

Catetholaminergic modulation of evoked power related to semantic processing

Tan, Yingying

E27

The dynamic cognitive process and brain networks by which predictive processing facilitates language comprehension

Li, Xiaoqing

E28

How are metonymy and metaphor different: neural processes and contextual effects

Yang, Fan Pei

E29

Visual and auditory semantic processing converges in the anterior temporal lobe

Shimotake, Akihiro

E30

Discourse management during speech perception – towards a cognitive-neuroanatomical model

Dietrich, Susanne

E31

How working memory capacity modulates the time course of semantic integration at sentence and discourse level

Yang, Xiaohong

E32

Discourse belief-updating in the right hemisphere

Tulling, Maxime

E33

Task effects on pragmatic inference calculation

Tehan, Tal

E34

Paragrammatism, agrammatism and the cortical organization of syntax: a lesion-symptom mapping study

Matchin, William

E35

Is the VSO word order canonical in Arabic? Evidence from ERPs

Idrissi, Ali

E36

Automatic decomposition revisited with MEG evidence from visual processing of Tagalog circumfixes, infixes, and reduplication

Wray, Samantha

E37

Disentangling morphological decomposition and letter recognition: An MEG study of Japanese verbs

Ohta, Shinri

E38

Where do code-switching constraints apply? An ERP study of code-switching in Mandarin-Taiwanese sentences

Liao, Chia-Hsuan

E39

Examining prediction at the level of the Discourse: An ERP study

Alemán Bañón, José

E40

Phonological aspects of lexical retrieval in fluent bilingual aphasia

Calabria, Marco

E41

The Foreign Language Effect in Moral Decision Making and Social Controversies: The Role of Emotion in Chinese-English Bilinguals' Decision

Tzeng, Angela

E42

Phonological non-selective access in cross-script bilinguals: a masked priming event-related potentials (ERP) study

Su, I-Fan

E43

Individual differences in pronoun Processing in Heritage Speakers of Spanish: data from ERPs and TFR

Rossi, Eleonora

E44

Language entropy: A novel quantification of language experience among bilinguals

Gullifer, Jason

E45

Arcuate fasciculus microstructure correlates with cross-linguistic measures of multilingual language experience and L1 skills

Caballero, Jocelyn

E46

Sensorimotor EEG activity during sign production in deaf signers and hearing non-signers

Quandt, Lorna

E48

The Neural Basis of Semantic Cognition in Mandarin Chinese: a combined fMRI and TMS study

Zhang, Qian

E49

Left-handed musicians show a higher probability of atypical cerebral dominance for language: Overlap in the structural correlates of musicianship and lateralization

Villar-Rodríguez, Esteban

E50

The role of inhibition in inflectional encoding: Producing the past tense

Ferreira, João

E51

Anterior temporal lobe regions critical for picture naming: Voxel-based lesion-symptom mapping in patients undergoing left temporal lobe resections

Pillay, Sara B.

E52

Part-Whole but not Whole-Part Relations Elicit Interference Effects in Object Naming

Dirani, Julien

E53

The role of ventral fiber pathways in healthy and disordered language production

Mangnus, Margot

E54

Microstate ERP analyses for detecting the articulation onset in speech production

Jouen, Anne-Lise

E55

The cognitive cost of lexical alignment

Baus, Cristina

E56

Disruption of Speech Adaptation with Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation of the Articulatory Representation in Primary Motor Cortex

Tang, Ding-Lan

E57

Lateralized control of spectral and temporal speech features in speech production

Flögel, Mareike

E58

Speech Network in Bulbar ALS: structural neuroimaging and post-mortem neuropathological examination

Yunusova, Yana

E59

Motor-induced suppression of N1 and P2 is modulated by phonotactic probability and syllable stress

Emmendorfer, Alexandra

E60

Imaging Language Functions Using Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy: A Combined Correction Method to Improve Signal Quality

Wang, Gongting

E61

Is neural entrainment a basic mechanism for structure building?

Ostarek, Markus

E62

Tracking the building blocks of domain-general processes supporting vowel perception

Abrams, Ellie

E63

Can brain potentials reflect L2 learning potential?

Jager, Lisette

E64

A speech-gesture integration paradigm – implications for the use in a multimodal training intervention for patients with schizophrenia

Poster Withdrawn

E65

Evaluation of an auditory and visual fMRI language paradigm with reliability measures and dynamic causal modelling

Specht, Karsten

E66

A Lexicon in the Anterior Auditory Ventral Stream: Preliminary evidence from an fMRI-RA Study

Damera, Srikanth

E67

Relationships between phonological working memory and language processing in adults with dyslexia

Scott, Terri

E68

Language ERPs reflect learning through prediction error propagation

Fitz, Hartmut

E69

Prediction of continuous speech from intracranial cortical recordings

Le Godais, Gaël

E70

A shallow neural network to predict naming recovery in chronic stroke.

Marebwa, Barbara Khalibinzwa

E71

Individual differences in bottom-up and top-down processing in speech perception as reflected by beta and gamma oscillations

Ou, Jinghua

E72

The effect of overnight consolidation on the generalization across talkers: A case study on Cantonese tones.

Poster Withdrawn

E73

Tracking the implicit phonological learning of speech using EEG

Zhang, Manli

E74

Gaming in children's foreign-language learning

Ylinen, Sari

E75

Newborns can encode the speech envelope in familiar and unfamiliar languages

Ortiz Barajas, Maria Clemencia

E76

Semantic predictability modulates cortical sensitivity to phonetic competition

Mechtenberg, Hannah

E77

The effect of seeing written word-form on spoken foreign-language learning in children

Junttila, Katja

E78

Behavioral and Neural Correlates of Phonetic Plasticity

Heffner, Christopher

E79

Neural characteristics of acoustic prosody during continuous real-life speech

Saalasti, Satu

E80

Emotion processing in speech prosody and written emotion words in Cantonese-speaking congenital amusics

Cheung, Yi Lam

E81

Mapping visual symbols onto spoken language along the ventral visual stream

Taylor, J S H

E82

Orthographic processing of Chinese characters: evidence from the sub-lexical level

Liu, Xiaodong

E83

Visual simulations in the two cerebral hemispheres during L1 and L2 sentence reading

Norman, Tal

E84

Evidence for a critical role of the left inferior parietal lobule and superior longitudinal fasciculus in proficient text reading

Moritz-Gasser, Sylvie

E85

Localization of gap-filler integration and garden-path effect of Chinese relative clause

Xiong, Yanyu

E86

Differences between deaf and hearing readers of Chinese are limited to the right superior temporal cortex

Liu, Junfei

E87

Distinct neural substrates of subcomponents of reading: Neuroimaging investigation of the Simple View of Reading framework

Ozernov-Palchik, Ola

E88

Integrating word meaning with text meaning: ERP evidence from Chinese shows differences and similarities to English

Chen, Lin