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AMLAP2016 01st Sep. - 03nd Sep.


Thursday, September 01st, 2016. Bizkaia Aretoa, Bilbao

08:00 - 08:50
Registration & Welcome Coffee
08:50 - 09:00
09:00 - 10:00
Keynote Speaker 1 - N. Bonnie Nozari
10:00 - 10:40
Oral Session 1
10:40 - 11:10
Coffee break
11:10 - 12:30
Oral Session 2
12:30 - 14:00
Lunch Break (on your own)
14:00 - 15:00
Oral Session 3
15:00 - 17:00

[PS-1.1] A picture is worth two thousand words: Visual complexity in morphographic word recognition Koji Miwa, Peter Hendrix, David Allen, Ton Dijkstra & Harald Baayen 

[PS-1.2] A pragmatic account of implicit causality Emiel van den Hoven & Evelyn Ferstl 

[PS-1.3] Across-verb priming of (in)transitivity within and across sentences in reading Björn Lundquist, Mai Tungseth, Marin Corley, Antonella Sorace & Gillian Ramchand 

[PS-1.4] Advanced L2 learners do make parsing expectations online, but these are influenced by their L1 grammar Leah Roberts & Sarah Liszka 

[PS-1.5] Agreement attraction in Turkish Sol Lago, Martina Gracanin Yuksek, Duygu Safak, Orhan Demir, Bilal Kirkici & Claudia Felser 

[PS-1.6] All the time you need to calculate implicatures Jakub Dotlacil 

[PS-1.7] An MMN investigation of the Russian voicing contrast Kevin Schluter, Stephen Politzer-Ahles & Diogo Almeida 

[PS-1.8] Anticipatory processing of control sentences in Korean Jina Song, Jung-yeon Koo & Hongoak Yun 

[PS-1.9] Attraction errors in aging: subject-verb agreement in younger and older speakers of German Jana Reifegerste, Franziska Hauer & Claudia Felser 

[PS-1.10] Cascading interactive activation between phonemes and letters in the Serbian writing system - a language with two scripts Suzy J Styles & Vanja Kovic 

[PS-1.11] Cognitive Load Impairs But Does Not Suspend Contrastive Inferences Elaine Stranahan, Dylan Hardenbergh & Jesse Snedeker 

[PS-1.12] Contextual effects on online pragmatic inferences Josiah King, Jia Loy & Martin Corley 

[PS-1.13] Crosslinguistic interaction between phonology and semantics in a masked priming task: an ERP study Nikolay Novitskiy, Andriy Myachikov & Yury Shtyrov 

[PS-1.14] Discontinuous particle verbs in German sentence comprehension Anna Czypionka, Felix Golcher , Carsten Eulitz & Josef Bayer  

[PS-1.15] Distinguishing among types of transitions between words Katarina Marjanovic, Massimiliano Trippa, Elisabetta Baldan & Alessandro Treves 

[PS-1.16] EEG entrainment to the prosodic structure in spoken language Noémie te Rietmolen & Corine Astésano 

[PS-1.17] EEG investigation of prosodic cues processing in French Noémie te Rietmolen & Corine Astésano 

[PS-1.18] Effects of Cognitive Load on Speech Production: Prosody, Disfluencies and Turn-Taking George Christodoulides 

[PS-1.19] Effects of surprisal in Garden-Path sentences: an additional source of difficulty Ana Besserman & Elsi Kaiser 

[PS-1.20] Effects of world knowledge in the prediction of incoming verbs: an eye-tracking study Juan Vela Candelas, Josep Demestre Viladevall & Natàlia Català Torres 

[PS-1.21] English Language Proficiency Estimation in Students: Eye-Tracking Experiment Model and Data Maria Serova, Anna Polevaia & Sofia Polevaia 

[PS-1.22] Evaluating the relationship between auditory discrimination and novel vocabulary learning Marta Marecka, Alison McDonald, Gillian Madden & Tim Fosker 

[PS-1.23] Head nods influence perceived phrase segmentation: a study with adult monolinguals and bilinguals Irene de la Cruz-Pavía, Janet F. Werker, Eric Vatikiotis-Bateson & Judit Gervain 

[PS-1.24] Hearing only half of the story: What can overheard conversations tell us about language processing? Elsi Kaiser, Sayuli Bhide & Casey McMahon 

[PS-1.25] Heuristic interpretations of passive sentences are modulated by cognitive load: Evidence from a dual-task experiment with bilinguals Levi Riven & Roberto G. de Almeida 

[PS-1.26] High frequency words assist language acquisition Rebecca L.A. Frost, Padraic Monaghan & Morten H. Christiansen 

[PS-1.27] How are sound symbolism and phonological discriminability related in category learning Bojan Lalic, Suzy Stules & Vanja Kovic 

[PS-1.28] How does our brain process figurative expressions in a second language? Francesca Citron, Nora Michaelis & Adele Goldberg 

[PS-1.29] How flexible is children?s disfluency interpretation? Eun-Kyung Lee & Jesse Snedeker 

[PS-1.30] L2 learners? sensitivity to contrastive accents in memory for discourse Eun-Kyung Lee & Scott Fraundorf 

[PS-1.31] How much do I like myself in a foreign language context? Lela Ivaz, Albert Costa & Jon Andoni Duñabeitia 

[PS-1.32] How much structure is required for structural priming? Investigating priming in underspecified structures Monica Do & Elsi Kaiser 

[PS-1.33] How social opinion influences syntactic processing - an investigation using Virtual Reality Evelien Heyselaar, Peter Hagoort & Katrien Segaert 

[PS-1.34] The role of procedural memory in the skill for language: Evidence from syntactic priming in patients with amnesia Evelien Heyselaar, Katrien Segaert, Serge Walvoort, Roy Kessels & Peter Hagoort 

[PS-1.35] Visual attention influences language processing Evelien Heyselaar, Peter Hagoort & Katrien Segaert 

[PS-1.36] Identification of Facial Expressions of Emotion in Balanced and Unbalanced 4-year-old Bilinguals Marie-France Champoux-Larsson , Alexandra S. Dylman, Helena Örnkloo & Francisco G. Esteves  

[PS-1.37] Impact of personality and social factors on phonetic convergence Natalie Lewandowski, Carolin Krämer, Daniel Duran & Antje Schweitzer 

[PS-1.38] Importance of making (prediction) errors in L2 processing Manabu Arai 

[PS-1.39] Priming from a previously predicted but unseen verb Manabu Arai, Chie Nakamura & Yuki Hirose 


[PS-1.41] Individual differences in the social N400 effect Zdenko Kohút & Shirley-Ann Rueschemeyer 

[PS-1.42] Investigating the properties of on-line chunking Anna Mauranen & Svetlana Vetchinnikova 

[PS-1.43] Is structural priming due to prediction error? Roger P.G. van Gompel 

[PS-1.44] Juggling multiple perspectives when interpreting epithets: Who's the crazy genius? Johanna Klages, Elsi Kaiser, Thomas Weskott, Simone Gerle & Anke Holler 

[PS-1.45] L2 processing of complex noun phrases: Evidence of L1 parsing strategy transfer Shanley Allen, Leigh Fernandez, Mary Elliott , Hannah Powers, Neiloufar Family & Kalliopi Katsika  

[PS-1.46] Language production in a shared task: Cumulative semantic interference from self- and other-produced context words Renske S. Hoedemaker, Jessica Ernst, Antje S. Meyer & Eva Belke 

[PS-1.47] Learning to Read Alters Intrinsic Cortico-Subcortical Cross-Talk in the Low-Level Visual System Michael Skeide, Uttam Kumar, Ramesh Mishra, Viveka Nand Tripathi, Anupam Guleria, Jay Prakash Singh, Frank Eisner & Falk Huettig 

[PS-1.48] Locality and Discourse Constraints in Reflexive Resolution: Evidence From Eye-Movements During Reading Ian Cunnings & Patrick Sturt 

[PS-1.49] Lying about where the treasure lies: Pragmatic cues to deception in production and comprehension Jia Loy, Hannah Rohde & Martin Corley 

[PS-1.50] Mandarin Chinese Tone 3 Sandhi as a prosodic cue in the lexical processing Tzu-Yin Chen, Yuki Hirose & Takane Ito 

[PS-1.51] Maybe syntactic alignment is not affected by social goals? Lotte Schoot, Evelien Heyselaar, Peter Hagoort & Katrien Segaert 

[PS-1.52] Moving beyond single words: dissociating levels of linguistic representation in short-term memory (STM) Yingying Tan, Daniel Acheson, Randi Martin & Peter Hagoort 

[PS-1.53] Number interference as predicted by cue-based retrieval Bruno Nicenboim, Felix Engelmann, Katja Suckow & Shravan Vasishth 

[PS-1.54] On the test of unaccusativity: an experimental investigation of there-insertion Yujing Huang 

[PS-1.55] Pervasive effect of phonological deficits on spoken word recognition: behavioral and EGG evidence from dyslexic and normal readers Ambre Denis-Noël, Pascale Colé & Chotiga Pattamadilok 

[PS-1.56] Processing correlates of semantic complexity and markedness in languages with perfective/ imperfective opposition Dorota Klimek-Jankowska, Anna Czypionka & Joanna Blaszczak 

[PS-1.57] Processing discourse referents in space: An ERP study on German Sign Language Anne Wienholz, Derya Nuhbalaoglu, Nivedita Mani & Markus Steinbach 

[PS-1.58] Processing ellipsis: electrophysiological signatures of retrieval and integration mechanisms Bobby Ruijgrok, Crit Cremers, Lisa L. Cheng & Niels O. Schiller 

[PS-1.59] Processing Grammatical Evidentiality by Bashkir-Russian Bilinguals Mariya Khudyakova, Anna Laurinavichyute & Olga Dragoy 

[PS-1.60] Processing of bi-aspectual verbs in Czech: Do they express grammatical aspect? Jan Chromy, Stepan Matejka & Jakub Dotlacil 

[PS-1.62] Processing unambiguous verbal passives in German Nino Grillo, Artemis Alexiadou, Berit Gehrke, Nils Hirsh, Caterina Paolazzi & Andrea Santi 

[PS-1.61] Processing Tenses for the Living and the Dead: Evidence from Self-Paced Reading Sherry Yong Chen & E. Matthew Husband 

[PS-1.63] Prosodic and visual indicators for linguistic processing in reading aloud Armanda Costa, Isabel Falé & Paula Luegi 

[PS-1.64] Prosodic cues in the processing of scope ambiguity: L1 and L2 productions of the 'not-because' construction in English Yukiko Koizumi & Lazaro M. Echenique-Diaz 

[PS-1.65] Prosody as a means to identify clause type. A view from Mandarin Stella Gryllia, Yang Yang, Leticia Pablos, Jenny Doetjes & Lisa L.-S Cheng 

[PS-1.66] The role prosody plays in disambiguation - earlier than you thought Yang Yang, Stella Gryllia, Leticia Pablos, Jenny Doetjes & Lisa Cheng 

[PS-1.67] Prosody drives the CPS, not syntax Barbara Leone-Fernandez, Rita Jeronimo, Shuang Lu, Susana Correia, Marina Vigario, Kai Alter & Sonia Frota 

[PS-1.68] Quantifying early electrophysiological effects of audiovisual speech integration Martijn Baart 

[PS-1.69] Referent introduction in discourse involves two processes: Evidence from ERPs Andreas Brocher & Klaus von Heusinger 

[PS-1.70] Reflexives: We don't see the attraction Caroline Andrews, Anthony Yacovone, Shayne Sloggett & Brian Dillon 

[PS-1.71] Resumptive pronouns hinder sentence comprehension in English Adam Milton Morgan, Titus von der Malsburg, Victor S. Ferreira & Eva Wittenberg 

[PS-1.72] Retrieving and encoding during gender-marked and unmarked European Portuguese reflexives Paula Luegi, Márcio Leitão, Mário Carvalho & Armanda Costa 

[PS-1.73] Slow speech can sound fast: How the speech rate of one talker has a contrastive effect on the perception of another talker Merel Maslowski, Hans Rutger Bosker & Antje S. Meyer 

[PS-1.74] Syntactic conflict between languages in second-language sentence processing: An ERP study Kristin Lemhöfer & Anne Mickan 

[PS-1.75] Syntax as Movement: the importance of being agentive Miren Urteaga & Itziar Laka 

[PS-1.76] Task effects in irony processing Kasia Bromberek-Dyzman 

[PS-1.77] Testing alternative architectures for multimodal integration during spoken language processing in the visual world Alastair Smith, Padraic Monaghan & Falk Huettig 

[PS-1.78] The acquisition of verb-argument and verb-noun category biases in a novel word learning task Kirsten Weber, Antje Meyer & Peter Hagoort 

[PS-1.79] The craftsman knits a sweater - processing of gender stereotypes in adults and children Daniel Müller-Feldmeth, Maria Silveira & Adriana Hanulíková 

[PS-1.80] The effects of verb bias and plausibility on ambiguity resolution in L2 English: an eye-tracking study of native German speakers. Shanley Allen & Neiloufar Family 

[PS-1.81] The impact of literacy on character processing Saima Malik-Moraleda, Karla Orihuela, Manuel Carreiras & Jon Andoni Duñaibeitia 

[PS-1.82] The prosody of French wh-in-situ questions: a new context-induced production paradigm Aliza Glasbergen-Plas, Stella Gryllia, Leticia Pablos-Robles & Jenny Doetjes 

[PS-1.83] Timing the contribution of morphosyntax and context to sentence comprehension: an eyetracking study Simona Mancini, Bojana Ristic, Manuel Carreiras & Nicola Molinaro 

[PS-1.84] Tracking down Disjuction Uli Saulerand, Ayaka Tamura, Masatoshi Koizumi & John Michael Tomlinson, Jr. 

[PS-1.85] Understanding discourses from other people?s perspectives: Evidence from suppression of impossible events Dorottya Agg, Anuenue Kukona & Yuki Kamide 

[PS-1.86] Use a spoon as a spade: electrophysiological correlates of creativity in language Karolina Rataj, Deniece Nazareth & Frank van der Velde 

[PS-1.87] Verb classes and Discourse Anchored Variables in the Acquisition of L1 Italian Paolo Lorusso 

[PS-1.88] What do I choose? Influence of interlocutor on bilingual language choice during object naming Keerthana Kapiley & Ramesh Mishra 

[PS-1.89] What would a compositional hearer do? - controlling for prior expectations in visual world timecourse studies Chao Sun & Richard Breheny 

[PS-1.90] Why Punishment Requires Permission: Differential Verb Valence Effects on the Projective Behavior of Agent-Evocator Verbs in Sentence Completion Tasks Simone Gerle, Johanna Klages, Anke Holler & Thomas Weskott 

[PS-1.91] Why verbalization can ruin your fashion taste: Exploring how productive language processing interferes with decision making Dieter Thoma & Madeline Barth 

17:00 - 18:00
Oral Session 4

Friday, September 02nd, 2016. Bizkai Aretoa, Bilbao

09:00 - 10:00
Keynote Speaker 2 -Anne-Lise Giraud
10:00 - 10:40
Oral Session 5
10:40 - 11:10
Coffee Break
11:10 - 12:30
Oral Session 6
12:30 - 14:00
Lunch Break (on your own)
14:00 - 15:00
Oral Session 7
15:00 - 17:00

[PS-2.1] A DCM analysis of interactions within the fronto-temporal brain network associated with regular vs. irregular verb production Maxim Kireev, Natalia Slioussar, Alexander Korotkov, Tatiana Chernigovskaya & Svyatoslav Medvedev 

[PS-2.2]A mechanism for cortical computation of syntax Andrea E. Martin & Leonidas A. A. Doumas 

[PS-2.3] A processing model of logical form structure: Evidence from binding Cassandra Chapman, Martin Hackl & Ivona Kucerova 

[PS-2.4] Acquisition of thematic role assignment in Tagalog: Children have an agent-first bias, until they learn morphosyntactic cues Rowena Garcia, Jeruen Dery, Jens Roeser & Barbara Hoehle 

[PS-2.5] Agreement attraction in person Anna Laurinavichyute, Aleksandra Simdianova & Shravan Vasishth 

[PS-2.6] Allocation and use of processing capacity in language production are reflected in P300 amplitude and theta power Natalia Shitova, Ardi Roelofs, Caitlin Coughler & Herbert Schriefers  

[PS-2.7] Ambiguity in Japanese relative clause processing: A series of eye-tracking studies Michael Mansbridge & Katsuo Tamaoka 

[PS-2.8] An Eye-Tracking Study of Motion Verbs: Coercion or Underspecification? Anna Pryslopska & Claudia Maienborn 

[PS-2.9] Another coffee. Although, maybe not. Disambiguating clausal connectors Eva Wittenberg & Ulrike Freywald 

[PS-2.10] What is 'it'? Disambiguating pronominal object vs. event reference Eva Wittenberg & Victor Ferreira 

[PS-2.11] Argument-adjunct asymmetry and antecedent retrieval Kathleen Hall & Masaya Yoshida 

[PS-2.12] Length effects in sluicing and sprouting Kathleen Hall & Masaya Yoshida 

[PS-2.13] Back and forth - Evidence for embodied sentence processing: the Action-Sentence Compatibility Effect across different sentence types and tasks Anne Karina Feldmeth & Lars Konieczny 

[PS-2.14] Case errors in online and offline comprehension: evidence from L1 and L2 Russian Natalia Cherepovskaia, Elizaveta Reutova, Carmen Pérez-Vidal & Natalia Slioussar 

[PS-2.15] Causal sequences across domains: Evidence from language production Elsi Kaiser 

[PS-2.16] Competition of linear and structural distance in relative clause processing - Evidence from Mandarin and Cantonese Visual World experiments Céline Pozniak, Jiaying Huang & Barbara Hemforth 

[PS-2.17] French object relatives: all is good when the context is right Céline Pozniak, Barbara Hemforth & Anne Abeillé 

[PS-2.18] Cross-linguistic transfer of basic word order: A computational modeling study Yevgen Matusevych, Afra Alishahi & Ad Backus 

[PS-2.19] Depth of Processing Influences the Roles of Linguistic Association and Ease of Simulation in Metaphor Comprehension Pei Liu, Louise Connell & Dermot Lynott 

[PS-2.20] Development and Validation of an On-line Test Measuring Automaticity in L2 Vocabulary Recognition Processing Yutaka Yamauchi, Aki Kunikoshi, Akemi Kawamura, Megumi Nishikawa, Kay Husky, Yasumasa Someya & Nobuaki Minematsu 

[PS-2.21] The Relationship between Working Memory and L2 Simultaneous Oral Reproduction (Content Shadowing) Processing Yutaka Yamauchi, Aki Kunikoshi, Megumi Nishikawa, Akemi Kawamura, Kay Husky & Nobuaki Minematsu 

[PS-2.22] Discourse vs event anchored participants: an ERP analysis Paolo Lorusso, Anna Dora Manca, Ludovico Franco & Mirko Grimaldi 

[PS-2.23] Does Prosody influence Thematic Role Assignment during Real-Time Spoken Language Comprehension?: A Comparison between Young Adults and Children Julia Marina Kröger, Katja Münster & Pia Knoeferle 

[PS-2.24] Drivers - But Not Passengers - Prioritize Driving Over Speech Daniel Kleinman, Rachel Ostrand, Victor Ferreira & Benjamin Bergen 

[PS-2.25] Effects of passivization on subsequent mention and anaphor production in Vietnamese Binh Ngo & Elsi Kaiser 

[PS-2.26] Ellipsis with garden-path antecedents in French Dario Paape, Barbara Hemforth & Shravan Vasishth 

[PS-2.27] Emotional resonance in native and foreign language processing. Sara Iacozza & Jon Andoni Duñabeitia 

[PS-2.28] Event-related potentials of novel meaning comprehension Katarzyna Jankowiak, Ryszard Naskrecki & Karolina Rataj 

[PS-2.29] Experience with phrases stitches their words together in free recall Cassandra Jacobs & Gary Dell 

[PS-2.30] Eye movements and acquired dyslexia: a study in Spanish Virginia Jaichenco, María Elina Sánchez & Diego Shalom 

[PS-2.31] Eye-tracking evidence of online processing of Ser and Estar in Spanish Carmelo Bazaco & Kiwako Ito 

[PS-2.32] Facilitation and interference effects in cognate retrieval and production: Multiple selection mechanisms and multiple loci of selection Laura Muscalu & Patricia Smiley 

[PS-2.33] Frequency and animacy in subject and object relative clause processing in Brazilian and European Portuguese Althiere Frank Cabral, Márcio Leitão, Maria do Carmo Lourenço-Gomes & Eduardo Kenedy 

[PS-2.34] Getting the ball rolling: Cross-linguistic differences and commonalities in the representation of caused motion Guillermo Montero-Melis & Emanuel Bylund 

[PS-2.35] Hierarchical vs. linear effects on subject-verb agreement in German Sandra Pappert 

[PS-2.36] How does context aid lexical access? Zeshu Shao & Joost Rommers 

[PS-2.37] How L2 Proficiency Interacts with Structural Priming in Japanese EFL Learners Miwa Morishita, Franklin Chang & Yasunari Harada 

[PS-2.38] How to investigate stigmatized constructions in French? Etienne RIOU & Barbara HEMFORTH 

[PS-2.39] How to turn Brazilians into Europeans: Global and local exposure effects on co-reference in European (EP) and Brazilian (BP) Portuguese Eunice Fernandes, Paula Luegi, Eduardo Correa Soares, Israel de la Fuente & Barbara Hemforth 

[PS-2.40] I hadn't finished speaking! The role of content and length predictions during turn-end prediction and response preparation Ruth Corps, Abigail Crossley, Chiara Gambi & Martin Pickering 

[PS-2.41] Indexing Movement: An eye-tracking experiment on processing Japanese scrambled sentences Katsuo Tamaoka & Michael Mansbridge 

[PS-2.42] Interference effects in sentence comprehension: A synthesis Lena Jäger, Felix Engelmann & Shravan Vasishth 

[PS-2.43] Language Processing: Cognitive Load with(out) Visual Context Mirjana Sekicki, Christine Ankener & Maria Staudte 

[PS-2.44] Lexical Inhibition due to Failed Prediction Tal Ness & Aya Meltzer-Asscher 

[PS-2.45] Maltese root priming is morphological, not phonological Adam Ussishkin, Michael Spagnol, Hadas Velan, Andrew Wedel & Samantha Wray 

[PS-2.46] Monitoring in Multiple Modalities in the First and Second Language Wouter Broos, Wouter Duyck & Robert Hartsuiker 

[PS-2.47] Multiple Visual Components of Thematic Role Identification Andrew Jessop & Franklin Chang 

[PS-2.48] Neural correlates of auditory artificial grammar learning Dariya Goranskaya, Jens Kreitewolf, Jutta Mueller, Angela Friederici & Gesa Hartwigsen 

[PS-2.49] Neural correlates of morpho-syntactic complexity of Verb: an fMRI study in Persian Reza Nilipour & Mohammad Momenian 

[PS-2.50] NP Ellipsis and Agreement Attraction Nayoun Kim, Laurel Brehm & Masaya Yoshida 

[PS-2.51] On the prosodic structure of English Intransitives Yujing Huang 

[PS-2.52] Online Resolution of Empty Arguments in Japanese Tomohiro Fujii, Hajime Ono & Masaya Yoshida 

[PS-2.53] Parts and wholes: an eye-tracking study of multi-word units in Dutch Saskia Lensink, Niels Schiller & Arie Verhagen 

[PS-2.54] Proactive and reactive control during bilingual lexical access is driven by different portions within the prefrontal cortex Francesca Martina Branzi, Clara Martin, Manuel Carreiras & Pedro Paz-Alonso 

[PS-2.55] Processing difficulties with object first constructions in German: working memory or canonicity violation? Leigh Fernandez, Barbara Hoehle, Jon Brock & Lyndsey Nickels 

[PS-2.56] Processing of ambiguous sounds in the course of lexically-guided perceptual learning Polina Drozdova, Roeland van Hout & Odette Scharenborg 

[PS-2.57] Prominence in Speech Cycling: Evidence from an African Tone Language Kathryn Franich 

[PS-2.58] Reading in Japanese: "Meaning-to-Phonology" and "Phonology-to-Meaning" Routes for Kanji, Katakana and Hiragana Alexandra Dylman & Mariko Kikutani 

[PS-2.59] Reading wh-in-situ questions in Mandarin and French: a cross-linguistic study Leticia Pablos, Yang Yang, Stella Gryllia, Jenny Doetjes & Lisa L. Cheng 

[PS-2.60] Relative Clause Extractions and Plausibility Effects in Swedish Eva Klingvall, Damon Tutunjian, Fredrik Heinat & Anna-Lena Wiklund 

[PS-2.61] Relative Clause-attachment in European (EP) and Brazilian Portuguese (BP): Effects of verb type, tense and variety Eunice Fernandes, Paula Luegi, Eduardo Correa Soares, Israel de la Fuente & Barbara Hemforth 

[PS-2.62] Reproduction and Elicited Production of English Question Sentences by Japanese EFL Learners Yasunari Harada & Miwa Morishita 

[PS-2.63] Revealing the interplay of language, perception and attention with novel word learning Shane Lindsay 

[PS-2.64] Salience-based vs. exposure-based strategies in L2 pronoun resolution in French Israel de la Fuente, Sarah Schimke, Sascha Kuck, Barbara Hemforth & Saveria Colonna 

[PS-2.65] Topicality-based vs. exposure-based preferences in pronoun resolution in French: Evidence from questionnaires and eye-movements Israel de la Fuente, Sarah Schimke, Coralie Vincent, Barbara Hemforth & Saveria Colonna 

[PS-2.66] Semantic priming is retrospective: Evidence from survival analysis Renske S. Hoedemaker & Peter C. Gordon 

[PS-2.67] Spoken words can make the invisible visible: Testing the involvement of low level visual representations in spoken word processing Markus Ostarek & Falk Huettig 

[PS-2.68] Stress during bilingual processing (a case of simultaneous interpreting) Tatiana V. Chernigovskaya, Irina S. Parina, Alena A. Konina, Dina K. Urikh, Seguey B. Parin, Maxim B. Chikov, Maria A. Chernova, Yulia O. Yachmonina, Sofia A. Polevaya & Svetlana V. Alexeeva 

[PS-2.69] Structural priming in artificial languages and the regularisation of unpredictable variation Olga Feher, Elizabeth Wonnacott & Kenny Smith 

[PS-2.70] Syntactic Argument Prediction as Anticipatory Structure Building Robert Schumacher & Masaya Yoshida 

[PS-2.71] The Cognate Facilitaiton Effect: How L1 and L2 Lexical Variables Affect Bilingual Visual Word Processing Karla Orihuela, Hélène Giraudo, Noemi Rietmolen & Albert Kim 

[PS-2.72] The effect of frequency in pronoun production Sin Hang Lau 

[PS-2.73] The effects of imageability in past tense production are not limited to irregular verbs and interact with frequency Filip Smolík 

[PS-2.74] The encoding of uncountability. A study in language acquisition Chiara Zanini, Silvia Benavides-Varela, Riccardina Lorusso & Francesca Franzon 

[PS-2.75] The impact of coordination on agreement processing: Abstract and surface cues to plurality Zoe Schlueter, Alexander Williams & Ellen Lau 

[PS-2.76] The impact of production-to-production versus comprehension-to-production priming on immediate and long-term priming effects among less-proficient second language learners Carrie Jackson & Helena Ruf 

[PS-2.77] The processing of anaphoric and cataphoric explanations in popular science texts Maria Silveira & Lars Konieczny 

[PS-2.78] The role of articulatory information in establishing lexical contrasts in a second language Miquel Llompart & Eva Reinisch 

[PS-2.79] The role of attention in sentence production: Beyond the visual modality Mikhail Pokhoday & Andriy Myachykov 

[PS-2.80] The role of conceptual structure is determining the need for non-linear syntactic planning in sentence production Jens Roeser, Mark Torrance & Thom Baguley 

[PS-2.81] The time course of semantic transparency in German lexical processing Luke Bradley 

[PS-2.82] Thematic hierarchy effects in sentence comprehension: Evidence from eye movements Roberto G. de Almeida, Marta Cerejo Fernandes & Maria Armanda Costa 

[PS-2.83] To which Extent Can a Blank Scene Replace an Actual Scene: Evidence from Visual-World Eye tracking Katharina Wendler, Michele Burigo, Thomas Schack & Pia Knoeferle 

[PS-2.84] Toddlers and pre-schoolers predict meaning but not form Chiara Gambi, Fiona Gorrie, Martin J. Pickering & Hugh Rabagliati 

[PS-2.85] Updating mid-sentence predictions using information from negating elements in variably predictable contexts Emily Darley, Chris Kent & Nina Kazanina 

[PS-2.86] Verb processing assessment in Specific Language Impairment Marie Pourquié, Phaedra Royle & Ariane St Denis 

[PS-2.87] Visual constraints on the stereotypical predictability of agents during situated language comprehension Alba Rodríguez, Michele Burigo & Pia Knoeferle 

[PS-2.88] When only natives get it (right): ERP evidence on case morphology processing in L1 and L2 speakers Adam Zawiszewski & Itziar Laka 

[PS-2.89] When the Pig is Bought in a Poke - The Influence of Transitivity and Constituent Adjacency on the Processing of Passivized Idiomatic Sentences Laura Dörre & Eva Smolka 

[PS-2.90] When what you see trumps what you know: Superficial object features drive listeners' computation of referential contrast Chris Klammer, Mindaugas Mozuraitis & Craig Chambers 

[PS-2.91] Who piggybacks on what? Resolving wh-dependency by the predicted Question particle Hajime Ono, Masaya Yoshida & Tomohiro Fujii 

[PS-2.92] Word order and communicative efficiency Kumiko Fukumura 

17:00 - 18:00
Oral Session 8

Saturday, September 03rd, 2016. Bizkaia Aretoa, Bilbao

09:00 - 10:00
Keynote Speaker 3- SEPEX Conference - Robert T. Knight
10:00 - 10:40
Oral Session 9
10:40 - 11:10
Coffee Break
11:10 - 12:30
Oral Session 10
12:30 - 14:00
Lunch Break (on your own)
14:00 - 16:00

[PS-3.1] (In)congruent scenes: eye movements and language production Paula Monteiro, Armanda Costa, Mário Carvalho & Adriana Baptista 

[PS-3.2] A cognitively plausible model for anaphora resolution Olga Seminck & Pascal Amsili 

[PS-3.3] A matter of time (and features): comparing temporal concord and subject-verb agreement Nicoletta Biondo, Francesco Vespignani, Luigi Rizzi & Simona Mancini 

[PS-3.4] An adjustable-resource model of cognitive control in sentence production: insights from English and Spanish Nazbanou Nozari, Clara Martin & Nicholas McCloskey 

[PS-3.5] An ERP Study on the Mechanism and Time Course of Gender and Number Processing in Dutch Srdjan Popov, Aida Salcic & Roelien Bastiaanse 

[PS-3.6] Appearances aren't everything (Or are they?) Exploring effects of clipart versus photograph stimuli on measures of on-line language processing Raheleh Saryazdi & Craig Chambers 

[PS-3.7] Believing what you're told:Politeness and scalar inferences Diana Mazzarella, Emmanuel Trouche, Hugo Mercier & Ira Noveck 

[PS-3.8] Biliteracy and Linguistic Distances effect on Executive Functions Reham Al Rassi, Antonella Sorace & Thomas Bak 

[PS-3.9] Case information modulates semantic processing in Hindi Narendra Kumar, Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky , Matthias Schlesewsky & Kamal Kumar Choudhary 

[PS-3.10] Challenging the distinction between presupposition holes and presupposition plugs Pritty Patel-Grosz, Matthias Holweger, Nadina Kiss & Gerhard Jaeger 

[PS-3.11] Coercing events or inserting structure? Eye-tracking evidence for a distinction between semantic and syntactic enrichment E. Matthew Husband & Stephen Politzer-Ahles 

[PS-3.12] Concept selection during reference production: How do speakers choose which properties to express? Roger P.G. van Gompel, Rick Snoeren, Martijn Goudbeek & Emiel Krahmer 

[PS-3.13] Consequences of scalar inference derivation revealed through eye movement measures Stephen Politzer-Ahles & E. Matthew Husband 

[PS-3.14] Content-free and content-specific cross-modal predictions in audiovisual speech: a computational model Itsaso Olasagasti, Sevada Hovsepyan, Sophie Bouton & Anne-Lise Giraud 

[PS-3.15] Control & Raising: Agreement Processing Differences during Sentence Production in Spanish María Elina Sánchez, Yamila Sevilla & Asaf Bachrach 

[PS-3.16] Cooperation and Quantity Implicatures Giulio Dulcinati & Nausicaa Pouscoulous 

[PS-3.17] Covert topic movement in Korean Chorong Kang 

[PS-3.18] Cue-based interference in the processing of polarity Iria de Dios-Flores & Carlos Acuña-Fariña 

[PS-3.19] Decomposition and processing of negative adjectival comparatives Daniel Tucker, Barbara Tomaszewicz & Alexis Wellwood 

[PS-3.20] Degree of incrementality is modulated by experimental context - ERP evidence from German quantifier restriction Petra Augurzky, Fabian Schlotterbeck & Rolf Ulrich 

[PS-3.21] Do we see things better when we know grammar? Fenna Poletiek, Maartje van de Velde & Janne Riksen 

[PS-3.22] Do word-based expectations influence structural priming? Manabu Arai, Franklin Chang & Megumi Ishikawa 

[PS-3.23] Does brass inhibit the production of goldfish? Semantic effects in compound production: evidence from different age groups Antje Lorenz, Rasha Abdel Rahman, Pienie Zwitserlood & Stefanie Regel 

[PS-3.24] Effects of Phonological Store Capacity in L2 Incidental Word Learning: the case of Advanced Learners Veronica Garcia Castro 

[PS-3.25] Effects of Whole-word Frequency and Constituent Frequency in Reading German Compounds - A Developmental Study Jana Hasenäcker & Sascha Schroeder 

[PS-3.26] Entrenchment and push chains in learning form-meaning mappings Zara Harmon & Vsevolod Kapatsinski 

[PS-3.27] Event duration for small- and large-scale events in language comprehension Yaqi Wang & Silvia Gennari 


[PS-3.29] Expectation-based and memory-based accounts in Persian Complex Predicates Molood Sadat Safavi, Samar Husain & Shravan Vasishth 

[PS-3.30] Eye movement classification in native and L2 syntactic processing Annelot de Rechteren van Hemert, Amber Nota, Atty Schouwenaars & Angeliek van Hout 

[PS-3.31] Eye-tracking evidence for active gap-filling regardless of dependency length Yangzi Zhou, Rosanna Todd & Wing-Yee Chow 

[PS-3.32] Facilitation from typical colours in a picture-word interference task Alexandra Redmann, Ian FitzPatrick & Peter Indefrey 

[PS-3.33] Factives and Salience - An experimental Approach Jacques Jayez & Robert Reinecke 

[PS-3.34] Featurally underspecified forms are not treated as informative cues, even when they are sufficiently contrastive in the present context Björn Lundquist 

[PS-3.35] Forget case, but remember number: processing participial constructions in Russian Daria Chernova & Natalia Slioussar 

[PS-3.36] Generalizations from definite and indefinite generics are asymmetric Kim K Fuellenbach & E Matthew Husband 

[PS-3.37] GOOD, BAD... OR BOTH: ANIMACY AND THE PROCESSING OF COMPLEX SENTENCES Stefan Blohm, Franziska Kretzschmar & Matthias Schlesewsky 

[PS-3.38] How contrastive accent is or isn?t integrated with sentential context in children and adults Kiwako Ito 

[PS-3.39] How distributed semantic knowledge gives rise to a network of object nouns? Skiker Kaoutar 

[PS-3.40] Illusions of Plausibility and Retrieval Interference in Long Distance Dependencies: Evidence from Eye-Movements During Reading Ian Cunnings & Patrick Sturt 

[PS-3.41] Inferring phonetic category structure from skewed input distributions Paul Olejarczuk & Vsevolod Kapatsinski 

[PS-3.42] Informativity and Grammar in Referential Contrast Effects Helena Aparicio , Christopher Kennedy & Ming Xiang 

[PS-3.43] Investigating the time course of pragmatic expectations - ERP evidence on German implicature processing Petra Augurzky & Michael Franke 

[PS-3.44] Language Interaction in Bilingualism: A Study of Brazilian Portuguese-English Bilinguals' Performance with Passive Constructions Mara Guimarães & Ricardo de Souza 

[PS-3.45] Language-specific and language-independent serialisation patterns for framesetters, topics, and predicates Heike Wiese, Eva Wittenberg & Mehmet Tahir Öncü 

[PS-3.46] Likelihood of Epistemic State Affects Sentence Naturalness Charles Clifton, Lyn Frazier & Anthony Yacovone 

[PS-3.47] Multiple natural language cues assist the processing of hierarchical structure Antony S. Trotter, Rebecca L.A. Frost & Padraic Monaghan 

[PS-3.48] Narrow and broad functions of negation in a miniature artificial language Sara Farshchi, Carita Paradis & Richard Andersson 

[PS-3.49] One brain, one language, two codes? The curious case of Norwegian Viktoria Havas & Mila Vulchanova 

[PS-3.50] Ordered access to antecedents of pronouns: New SAT Evidence Dave Kush & Julie A. Van Dyke 

[PS-3.51] Pragmatic aspects of negation processing: Evidence from eye-tracking studies Irmgard de la Vega, Hartmut Leuthold & Barbara Kaup 

[PS-3.52] Predicting crowdsourced idiomatic flexibility judgments from corpus-based statistics Marco S.G. Senaldi, Gianluca E. Lebani & Alessandro Lenci 

[PS-3.53] Proactive number attraction: The case of Basque sentence production Bojana Ristic, Simona Mancini & Nicola Molinaro 

[PS-3.54] Processing negative polarity in quantifiers and in adjectives Galit Agmon, Yonatan Loewenstein & Yosef Grodzinsky 

[PS-3.55] Processing of telic and atelic events: Evidence for the immediate partial interpretation hypothesis Jitka Bartosova, Cassandra Chapman, Ivona Kucerova & Elisabet Service 

[PS-3.56] Professional and non-professional processing of English texts: Evidence from eye-tracking and heart rate variability monitoring Valeriia Demareva, Sophia Polevaia, Maria Serova & Anna Polevaia 

[PS-3.57] Question structure and non-actuality implicatures Christina Kim 

[PS-3.58] Rapid adaptation of online pragmatic inferences based on scalar adjectives Bethany Gardner, Anaclare Sullivan, Tyler Trine, T. Florian Jaeger & Chigusa Kurumada 

[PS-3.59] Relative entropy effects in Dutch and German word reading: A discrimination learning account Emiel van den Hoven & Luke Bradley 

[PS-3.60] Retrieval cues in language comprehension: Interference effects in monologue but not dialogue Andrea E. Martin 

[PS-3.61] Rhythm influences the processing of double-focus sentences: ERP Evidence from German Nadja Schauffler & Petra Augurzky 

[PS-3.62] Simulating vocabulary change through the cultural transmission of language James Brand & Padraic Monaghan 

[PS-3.63] Small but robust: Challenging the age of acquisition effect in brand name recognition Dieter Thoma & Nico Lindheimer 

[PS-3.64] Sound symbolism in guessing and learning: a recognition/production divide? Suzy J Styles 

[PS-3.65] Spatial representations of pitch height and object location during language comprehension Sibylla Wolter, Elke Kümmel, Michael Radloff, Carolin Dudschig & Barbara Kaup 

[PS-3.66] Stripy ladybirds and stripy journeys: Does negation differentially affect the processing of sentences with a world-knowledge or semantic violation? Carolin Dudschig, Claudia Maienborn & Barbara Kaup 

[PS-3.67] Subjective frequency in the processing and representation of French pronunciation variants Malte Viebahn & Audrey Bürki 

[PS-3.68] Syntactic priming effects in dyslexic children: a study in Brazilian Portuguese Anna Belavina Kuerten, Mailce Mota, Katrien Segaert & Peter Hagoort 

[PS-3.69] Testing the effect of Pseudo Relatives on Relative Clause attachment in Spanish Miriam Aguilar & Nino Grillo 

[PS-3.70] The contribution of vocabulary size to language processing: Evidence from lexical decision and picture-word interference Nina Mainz, Zeshu Shao, Marc Brysbaert & Antje S. Meyer 

[PS-3.71] The effect of background noise on the activation of phonological and semantic information during spoken-word recognition Florian Hintz & Odette Scharenborg 

[PS-3.72] The impact of cognate status and L1 versus L2 structural preferences on L2 sentence production Carrie Jackson, Abigail Massaro & Holger Hopp 

[PS-3.73] The influence of stress position on eye movements in reading: evidence from Russian Svetlana Alexeeva 


[PS-3.75] The Influence of Working Memory Interference on Filler Maintenance Costs Tal Ness & Aya Meltzer-Asscher 

[PS-3.76] The interpretation of spatial expressions in English, German, Italian and Polish Katarzyna Stoltmann & Manfred Krifka 

[PS-3.77] The Non-At-Issue Meaning of German Bloß and Nur Laua Dörre 

[PS-3.78] The processing of the grammatical number of Polish nouns: A psycholinguistic investigation using Stroop-like interference Piotr Gulgowski 

[PS-3.79] The relationship between semantics and verb argument structure: A large-scale, crowd-sourced investigation Joshua Hartshorne, Jesse Mu, Timothy O'Donnell & Martha Palmer 

[PS-3.80] The role of closed class content in Chinese sentence production: Evidence from syntactic priming Xuemei Chen, Jian Huang, Suiping Wang, Martin Pickering & Holly Branigan 

[PS-3.81] The role of early linguistic cues in the recent event preference Dato Abashidze & Craig Chambers 

[PS-3.82] The role of individual empathic skills on the online processing of intonational meaning Núria Esteve-Gibert, Cristel Portes, Amy Schafer, Barbara Hemforth & Mariapaola D'Imperio 

[PS-3.83] The role of interlocutor?s identity during speech processing: the case of Basque allocutives Max Wolpert, Sendy Caffarra & Simona Mancini 

[PS-3.84] The role of memory consolidation in learning and generalising inflectional morphology: behavioural and fMRI findings Lydia Viñals, Jelena Mirkovic, Gareth Gaskell & Matt Davis 

[PS-3.85] This week, but not next: Temporal implicatures and their interplay with world knowledge during language comprehension Anna Czypionka & Sven Lauer 

[PS-3.86] Through the eyes of a teenager: Real-time Theory of Mind inferences in language comprehension Irene Symeonidou, Heather J. Ferguson, Iroise Dumontheil, Wing Yee Chow & Richard Breheny 

[PS-3.87] Twisting tongues in English and Spanish Zenzi M. Griffin, Lisa M. Bedore, J. Gregory Hixon & Elizabeth D. Peña 

[PS-3.88] Typography and information structure: do italics facilitate the processing of contrastive focus? Christopher Norton, Catherine Davies & Diane Nelson 

[PS-3.89] Variability and plasticity in L2 speech production: An articulatory-feedback training study Natalia Kartushina & Clara Martin 

[PS-3.90] Visual trimorphemic compound recognition in a morphographic script Koji Miwa, Gary Libben & Yu Ikemoto 

[PS-3.91] Voice mismatch in Right Node Raising: Evidence from acceptability judgments and an eyetracking reading experiment Aoi Shiraishi, Barbara Hemforth & Anne Abeillé 

[PS-3.92] What happens when they think they are right? Error awareness analysis of sentence comprehension deficits in people with aphasia Miren Arantzeta , Janet Webster, Itziar Laka, Maite Martínez-Zabaleta & David Howard 

[PS-3.93] Word identification in reading is constructive: Refixations seek new visual information Yunyan Duan & Klinton Bicknell 

16:00 - 17:00
Oral Session 11

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