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WILD 2017 - Workshop on Infant Language Development  15th Jun. - 17th Jun.

PROGRAM

Thursday, June 15th, 2017. Bizkaia Aretoa, Bilbo.

08:00 - 08:50
Registration & Welcome Coffe
08:50 - 09:00
Welcome by the BCBL
09:00 - 10:30
KEYNOTE 1:Janet Werker

Talk and Questions & Discussion

10:30 - 11:00
Coffee Break
11:00 - 13:00
Oral Session 1
13:00 - 15:00
Lunch Break (on your own)
15:00 - 16:40
Oral Session 2
16:40 - 18:00

[PS-1.1] Acoustic analyses of infant-directed speech from bilingual mothers to bilingual infants Marina Kalashnikova 

[PS-1.2] Are bilinguals just like two monolinguals in one person? - Insights from eye-tracking research with infants investigating disambiguation Kate Repnik 

[PS-1.3] Babies and beeps - relating infants' sensitivity to rhythm to their speech segmentation ability Tineke M. Snijders, Titia Benders, Caroline Junge, Saskia Haegens & Paula Fikkert 

[PS-1.4] Deviant Size Effect on Developmental Trajectory of Mismatch Responses to Mandarin Lexical Tones in Infancy Ying-Ying Cheng & Chia-Ying Lee 

[PS-1.5] Do bilingual 8-month- olds care when their caregivers break the one parent, one language rule? Monika Molnar & Doug Davidson  

[PS-1.6] Early language development in language-impaired, at-risk and typically development children measured with the European Portuguese MacArthur-Bates CDI Short Forms Sonia Frota, Joseph Butler, Catia Severino & Marina Vigario 

[PS-1.7] Early segmentation abilities in European Portuguese-learning infants: The impact of word and utterance level prosody Joseph Butler & Sónia Frota 

[PS-1.8] Early Social Engagement in Infants Rubia Infanti, Bahia Guellai, Erika Parlato & Maya Gratier 

[PS-1.9] Effect of listening native language on newborn crawling. Charlotte Hym, Marianne Barbu-Roth, Camille Dollat, Joëlle Provasi, Viviane Huet, Thierry Nazzi, Judit Gervain & David Anderson 

[PS-1.10]German-learning infants recognize vowel-initial words in continuous speech at 11 months Natalie Boll-Avetisyan, Tom Fritzsche & Carolin Jäkel 

[PS-1.11] Infants' ability to associate a person with the language they speak Esther Schott & Krista Byers-Heinlein 

[PS-1.12] Is the relative distribution of verbs and nouns modulated by socio-cultural influences? Evidence from bilingual infants and toddlers in Malaysia Julien Mayor, Jun Ho Chai, Tze Peng Wong & Hui Min Low 

[PS-1.13] Neural correlates of linking communicative signals and cognition in 6-month-olds Danielle Perszyk, Joel Voss & Sandra Waxman 

[PS-1.14]Perceptual Reorganization of Lexical Tones in German-learning infants and toddlers Antonia Götz & Barbara Höhle 

[PS-1.15] Rhythmic structure facilitates learning from auditory input in infants Emma Suppanen, Minna Huotilainen & Sari Ylinen 

[PS-1.16] Seeing & Hearing a Happy Speaker Facilitates Referential Learning in 12-month-olds Lawrence Kim, Heck Alison & Panneton Robin 

[PS-1.17] Sex differences in the language-guided looking task 18 months after birth Angelika Becker, Ulrike Schild, Boukje Habets & Claudia Friedrich 

[PS-1.18] Six-month-old infants are sensible to turn-taking violation Virginie Durier, Alice Rabiller, Nicolas Dollion, Alban Lemasson & Stéphanie Barbu 

[PS-1.19] Speech perception tasks as an instrument for early diagnosis of developmental language disorders: a test-retest reliability study of the HPP procedure Mireia Marimon & Barbara Höhle 

[PS-1.20]Testing word-form recognition in 11-month-old infants: New data and a meta-analysis Julia Carbajal & Sharon Peperkamp 

[PS-1.21] The development of functional brain networks in monolingual and bilingual infants Borja Blanco, Monika Molnar & Cesar Caballero-Gaudes 

[PS-1.22] The development of turn taking in the first year: differences between mothers and fathers? Amandine Renaud, Maya Gratier, Stéphanie Barbu & Bahia Guellaï 

[PS-1.23]The neural basis of a frequency-based learning mechanism: an fNIRS study with 7-month-old infants Irene de la Cruz-Pavía, Janet F. Werker & Judit Gervain 

[PS-1.24]Visuospatial processing in monolingual and bilingual learners Rachel Barr & Francys Subiaul 

[PS-1.25] 2.5-year-olds show no own-voice advantage: Implications for the nature of children's early lexical representations Angela Cooper, Natalie Fecher & Elizabeth Johnson 

The Impact of Phonetic and Intensity Changes on Word Recognition in British English-Learning 5-Month-Olds Paul Ratnage, Lionel Granjon, Thierry Nazzi & Caroline Floccia 

Friday, June 16th, 2017. Bizkaia Aretoa, Bilbo

09:00 - 10:20
Oral session 3
10:20 - 11:00
Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:40
Oral session 4
12:40 - 14:45
Lunch Break ( poster setup)
14:45 - 16:15
Keynote 2: David Lewkowicz

Talk + Questions / Discussion

16:15 - 17:45

[PS-2.1] Acquisition of mental state language in Japanese-speaking children: Analysis using large-scale vocabulary-checklist data Yuko OKUMURA, Tessei KOBAYASHI & Yasuhiro MINAMI 

[PS-2.2] Affective intent in mothers' and fathers' infant-directed speech Christa Lam-Cassettari & Paige Noble 

[PS-2.3] Babies know words, even when they are mispronounced: A meta-analytic view Katie Von Holzen & Christina Bergmann 

[PS-2.4] Clinical markers from language complexity patterns Lluís Barceló-Coblijn, Aritz Irurtzun, Marga Palmer-Riera & Antoni Gomila 

[PS-2.5] Daddy counts: Australian and Swedish fathers? early speech input reflects infants? receptive vocabulary at 12 months Christa Lam-Cassettari, Ellen Marklund & Iris-Corinna Schwarz 

[PS-2.6] Discovering Noun And Verb Precursors During Language Acquisition Cristina Jara & Marcela Peña 

[PS-2.7] Distinct influences of semantic category knowledge on word recognition and learning Sarah Eiteljörge, Olga Kriukova & Nivedita Mani 

[PS-2.8] Does live interaction facilitate accent adaptation by 16- to 24-month-old infants? Angela Cooper, Melissa Paquette-Smith, Keren Smith, Chen Peng & Elizabeth Johnson 

[PS-2.9] Does the Auditory Environment of Children with Cochlear Implant Influence Their Language Development? Tobias Busch, Filiep Vanpoucke & Astrid van Wieringen 

[PS-2.10] Focused Attention on Social and Non-Social Displays: Relationships to Measures of Language Competence Tyler McFayden, Joy Wu & Robin Panneton 

[PS-2.11] How do words in picture books affect child vocabulary acquisition? - An analysis of large-scaled corpus in Japanese picture books - Sanae FUJITA, Tessei KOBAYASHI, Yuko OKUMURA & Takashi HATTORI 

[PS-2.12] How is infants' attention distributed between agent and patient in causal events? Iain Jackson, Eugenio Parise, Vincent Reid & Anna Theakston 

[PS-2.13]Infants' physiological responses to cross-modal touch+speech input Rana Abu-Zhaya, Bridgette Tonnsen, Alexander Francis & Amanda Seidl 

[PS-2.14] Interactive media and child directed speech Kjellrun Englund & Silje Skaug 

[PS-2.15]MLU and the order of morpheme acquisition in Russian 2-5-year-old children using cross-sectional data Ekaterina Tomas & Krystsina Liaukovich 

[PS-2.16]Longitudinal study of phonological and semantic priming effects German and Mexican monolingual infants Daniela Ávila-Varela, Nivedita Mani & Natalia Arias-Trejo 

[PS-2.17]Mother-infant interactions: The impact of maternal depression and anxiety upon infants' language environment and vocalisations Ruth Brookman, Marina Kalashnikova, Janet Conti & Denis Burnham 

[PS-2.18] Ostensive Cues Alone Do Not Induce Difficult Referential Learning in 14-month-olds Robin Panneton & Laura Mills-Smith 

[PS-2.19] Possible Mechanisms of the Yes Bias: Inquiry from the Data of Human-Robot Interaction Experiment Natsuki Oka, Yusuke Hattori, Koki Teraoka & Chie Fukada 

[PS-2.20] Read Me a Story: Choosing a Language during Joint Book Reading in Bilingual Dyads Rachel Barr, Sylvia Rusnak, Joscelin Rocha Hidalgo, Madeline Lui & Nicolas Strautman 

[PS-2.21] Short- and long-term memory determinants of vocabulary development Ordonez Magro Laura, Attout Lucie, Majerus Steve & Szmalec Arnaud 

[PS-2.22] Use of infant-directed special vocabulary fosters word learning Etsuko Haryu 

[PS-2.23] Visual Letter and syllable detection impairments in children with SLI: Are the deficits only linguistic? Ainhize Lopez & Joana Acha 

[PS-2.24] Changes in the coordination of gesture and vocalization in the transition to first words: evidence from Basque-babbling infants Asier Romero Andonegi, Irati de Pablo Delgado, Iñaki Gaminde Terraza & Aintzane Etxebarria Lejarreta 

[PS-2.25] Vowel and fricative perception in infancy and its relationship with later language skills Kathleen McCarthy, Katharine Mair, Katrin Skoruppa & Paul Iverson 

The acquisition of French partitives by Spanish learners at primary school Tamara Loscos & Angeles Escobar 

18:30 - 20:00
Guggenheim visit
20:30 -
Conference Dinner

Saturday, June 17th, 2017. Bizkaia Aretoa, Bilbao

09:30 - 11:00
Keynote 3: Takao Hensch

Talk+Questions/Discussion

11:00 - 11:30
Coffee Break
11:30 - 12:30
Oral Session 5
12:30 - 12:40
Mini Break
12:40 - 14:00
Oral Session 6
14:00 -
Closing remarks
  • SEPEX
  • Gobierno Vasco
  • UPV-EHU

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