Poster Assignments

Dear poster presenters,

please find below a list assigning your posters to a poster session and a poster board number. Posters need to be mounted on the poster board for the entire 1.5 hour session, but presenters need to be present at their poster only during the first half (A) or the second half (B).

Poster Session 1 (October 24th)

  • Session 1A: 13:00-13:45
  • Session 1B: 13:45-14:30
Poster Session 2 (October 25th)
  • Session 2A: 12:20-13:05
  • Session 2B: 13:05-13:50

FIRST AUTHOR
TITLE
SESSION
POSTER NUMBER
Stewart, Jesse Disfluencies in Signed Language Narratives 1A 1
Bélanger, Nathalie Automatic American Sign Language (ASL) activation during reading in ASL-English deaf bilinguals 1A 3
Liu, Pan Effects of cultural immersion on the processing of nonverbal cues 1A 5
Zhou, Beinan Does being bilingual enhance intra-language competition suppression? 1A 7
Martín, María Cruz Different mechanisms of inhibitory control in bilingual lexical production 1A 9
Humphrey, April No Difference in Executive Control for Monolingual and Multilingual Young Adults as Measured by Simon, Flanker Tasks 1A 11
da Estrela, Chelsea Effects of language dominance on bilingual word learning at 14-months 1A 13
Engemann, Helen Motion expression in simultaneous and successive bilingualism: Effects of age and typology 1A 15
Amengual, Mark Cross-linguistic influence and lexical effects in the perception and processing of early Spanish-Catalan bilinguals 1A 17
Burkholder, Michele Age of acquisition and the bilingual lexicon: behavioural and neurophysiological approaches 1A 19
Sheikh, Naveed Embodied Semantics: An Eye Movement Study Of First And Second Language Sentence Reading 1A 21
Klassen, Rachel Grammatical gender systems in the mental lexicon: Insights from neuter in Spanish-German bilinguals 1A 23
Lempert, Henrietta Effect of animacy on L2 verb number agreement in L1 Chinese 1A 25
Schott, Esther Morphological constraints in spoken language comprehension: Evidence from acceptability judgments and eye movements in native and non-native listeners 1A 27
Dong, Zhiyin Renee Processing of Past Tense and Filler Gap Dependencies by Chinese 2nd Second Language Learners of English 1A 29
Drury, John Cross-linguistic interference in French/Arabic bilingual gender agreement processing: ERP evidence 1A 31
Tanner, Darren When syntax beats semantics: Electrophysiological measures of cue interaction in L2 sentence comprehension 1A 33
Burfin, Sabine Visual speech speeds up the neural processing of phonemes that do not exist in our native language 1B 2
Segers, Eliane Bias in the assessment of high-ability second language learners 1B 4
Rangel, Natalie Results of a matched-guise test in two Texas border areas 1B 6
Jiang, Xiaoming Does L2 proficiency facilitate vocal emotion recognition in a non-native language? 1B 8
Bitan, Tali Effects of age and sleep on learning morphological inflections in an artificial language 1B 10
Sudarshan, Aruna Bilingual Lexical Selection in Aging: An Individual Differences in Executive Functions Perspective 1B 12
Sayehli, Susan Developmental Perspectives on Transfer 1B 14
Koh, Justin Atypical word-level prominence in internationally-adopted French-speaking children 1B 16
Ting, Caitlin Individual differences in within- and across-language homograph processing 1B 18
Lin, Yu-Cheng Deos the bilignual mnid raed the wrods as a whloe? 1B 20
Martínez, Alejandro Code switching for math in bilinguals. An ERP study 1B 22
Nickels, Stefanie Effects of prosodic background and proficiency on syntactic processing in L2: ERP evidence from German and Chinese learners of English 1B 24
Ng, Shukhan Timing is everything in the bilingual brain: Dissecting the time course of lexical access using a novel target detection paradigm 1B 26
Tyler, Michael Early-sequential bilinguals’ recognition of L1-foreign-accented words 1B 28
Okuma, Tokiko The development in interpreting Japanese pronouns by adult bilingual speakers 1B 30
Hermas, Abdelkader The relative complementizer in L3 English: L1-L2 transfer effects and feature reassembly 1B 32
Brajot, Francois-Xavier Articulatory phonetics in simultaneous bilingual speakers: Cross-linguistic convergence on static measures vs. divergence on dynamic measures 1B 34
Bédard, Dominique Comparing Oral and Written Morphosyntax Between Monolingual and Multilingual Children: A Longitudinal Study 2A 1
Delcenserie, AudreyLanguage and Memory Abilities of Internationally-Adopted Children from China2A3
Fionda, MariaThe role of Executive Function in L2 word order processing2A5
Kweon, Soo-OkL1/L2 influence on visual attention in the perception of motion events2A7
Yerimbetova, Zhamilya"Because There Was No Other Way": The Effect of Motivational Drives on Later Language Learning2A9
Reinecke, RobertWhere is la grenouille? Parental language mixing with bilingual infants: A more than common behaviour2A11
Poepsel, TimThe consequences of bilingualism for statistical word learning2A13
Johnson Fowler, CourtneyWhat role does grammatical gender play during L2 sentence processing?2A15
Sekerina, IrinaReal-Time Processing of Gender and Number Agreement by Heritage Russian Speakers2A17
McClain, RhondaUsing ERPs to investigate the scope and time course of inhibitory control in bilingual production2A19
Berken, JonathanSpeech Production in Native and Non-Native Languages: An fMRI Study of Overt Sentence Reading2A21
Gilbert, AnnieIndividual Differences In Second Language Ability And Executive Control Modulate Voice Onset Time During Bilingual Speech Production2A23
Anema, IngeThe use of English suprasegmental cues in silent reading in Dutch speakers of English2A25
Goad, HeatherParsing ambiguous relative clauses: L2 sensitivity to prosodic cues to high and low attachment2A27
Dietrich, Amelia J.Probabilistic cues in bilinguals processing2A29
Blasingame, MichaelThe role of language dominance and early acquisition in speech learning by switched-dominance bilinguals2A31
Fairchild, SarahCodeswitching habits of Spanish heritage speakers: Testing the Minimalist Program and the Matrix Language Framework2A33
Taler, VanessaThe relationship between codeswitching behaviour and neuropsychological performance2A35
Caldwell-Harris, CatherineL1 ability is a better predictor than age for L2 reading comprehension for deaf readers2B2
Pourquié, MarieMultilingualism and aphasia: theoretical and therapeutic perspectives2B4
Tomoschuk, BrendanPriming Effects in Color Perception in Greek-English and Russian-English Bilinguals2B6
Groenhout, RachelSecond language fluency: Speaking style or proficiency?2B8
Duncan, HilaryEEG Coherence and Executive Functions in Monolinguals and Bilinguals2B10
Pivneva, IrinaIs Domain-General Executive Control Among Bilingual Young Adults Predicted by Individual Difference2B12
Smeets, LizAcceleration in the bilingual acquisition: the case of specific indefinites2B14
Vorobyova, AlexandraOverspecified References: An Experiment on Lexical Acquisition in Virtual Environments2B16
Tamaoka, KatsuoThe insensitivity of native Japanese speakers to English tense inconsistency2B18
Benazzo, SandraTypological variation and crosslinguistic influence : is it possible to restructure the L1 preferred2B20
Alemán Bañón, JoséTracking brain responses to morphosyntax: a longitudinal ERP study of novice learners of Spanish2B22
Pierce, LaraNeural activation during phonological working memory in international adoptees2B24
Madden, MichaelPfft, my sarcasm is better than yours2B26
Carlson, MatthewDo you hear what I hear? Priming language-specific phonotactic constraints in speech perception2B28
Clayards, MeghanA case study of childhood L2 learning of phonological contrasts2B30
Guzzardo Tamargo, RosaReading natural code-switches is not costly to the comprehension system2B32
Bice, KinseyOn the fate of the native language during second language learning2B34