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Friday, October 01st, 2010. Palacio Miramar, Donostia - San Sebastián

08:00 - 08:50
Registration & Welcome coffee
08:50 - 09:00
Welcome by Manuel Carreiras, Scientific Director, BCBL
09:00 - 10:00
Keynote lecture 1 [KL-1]. CONFERENCIA SEPEX. Laura-Ann Petitto, University of Toronto, Canada. 

Title: Unmasking the myths of the bilingual brain: Surprising insights from across the bilingual lifespan

10:00 - 11:00
Oral Session 1
11:00 - 11:30
Coffee break
11:30 - 12:30
Keynote lecture 2 [KL-2]. Agnes Kovacs, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary. 

Title: Acquiring two languages simultaneously: Cognitive enhancements in bilingual infants

12:30 - 13:30
Oral Session 2
13:30 - 15:30

The role of variability on word recognition: Monolinguals vs. Bilinguals Abeba Roessler & Núria Sebastián 

Are phonological representations in bilinguals language specific? An ERP study on interlingual homophones Haydee Carrasco, Katherine Midgley & Cheryl Frenck-Mestre 

Does L2 proficiency modulate non-cognate masked translation priming effects? Maria Dimitropoulou, Jon Andoni Duñabeitia & Manuel Carreiras 

ERP effects of emotional valence in Spanish and German first and second language reading Markus Conrad, Guillermo Recio & Arthur Jacobs 

The effects of non-linguistic cues on bilingual language use Antonio Ibañez, Monika Molnar & Manuel Carreiras 

Semantics-cognition synergies in bilinguals: Interaction in Spanish-English bilinguals Virginia C. Mueller Gathercole, Hans Stadthagen-González, Rocio Perez Tattam, Feryal Yavas, Garamis Campusano & Jessica Miller 

Homographs processing in Spanish-English bilinguals: Behavioural and electrophysiological evidence María Cruz Martín, Pedro Macizo & María Teresa Bajo 

Phonological priming across language borders: No passport required Katie Von Holzen & Nivedita Mani 

A new paradigm to uncover regions sensitive to the constituent structure of sentences Christophe Pallier, Anne Dominique Devauchelle & Stanislas Dehaene 

The influence of L1 syntax on L2 agreement processing: Evidence from the selection of possessive pronouns/adjectives Alice Foucart, Mikel Santesteban, Martin Pickering & Holly Branigan 

Language environment on the spatial action representation of phrases in bilingual-bidirectional readers Seta Kazandjian, Ari Zivotofsky & Sylvie Chokron 

Processing number and gender agreement in L2 Spanish: An ERP investigation of advanced learners José Alemán Bañón, Robert Fiorentino & Alison Gabriele 

Bilingual freedom: On word order processing Kepa Erdocia, Adam Zawiszewski & Itziar Laka 

Competence and performance in L2 acquisition of English subject-auxiliary inversion Lucia Pozzan 

Auditory processing of grammatical gender: An ERP study on Turkish-Dutch bilinguals Bregtje Seton, Hanneke Loerts, Laurie Stowe & Monika Schmid 

The effects of age of L2 acquisition on ambiguity resolution Christie Brien & Laura Sabourin 

Bridging linguistics and cognitive neuroscience: An event-related potential study of code-switching Peredur Davies, Margaret Deuchar, Noriko Hoshino, M. Carmen Parafita-Couto & Guillaume Thierry 

Does syntactic transfer across languages modulate the bilingual speech production disadvantage? Elin Runnqvist, Tamar Gollan, Albert Costa & Victor Ferreira 

An event-related FMRI study on case and number agreement processing in native and proficient nonnative speakers of Basque Mante Nieuwland, Andrea Martin & Manuel Carreiras 

Vowel perception: How native speakers of two languages do it? Monika Molnar, Linda Polka, Shari Baum & Karsten Steinhauer 

The MMN effects elicited by Chinese, English, and Finnish speech sounds in adult native speakers of Chinese Jun Ren Lee, Yuchun Chen, Wen-Ju Cheng, Yalin Chen & Shih-Kuen Cheng 

Is bat really bad in Dutch? Anurag Rimzhim, Carol A. Fowler, Laurie B. Feldman, Mirjam Ernestus & Janet G. van Hell 

The phonetic processing of new words in 16-month-old bilingual infants. Mélanie Havy & Thierry Nazzi 

The intention to speak: Proactive top-down signals drive cortical brain activity related to words during object naming Kristof Strijkers, Phillip Holcomb & Albert Costa 

Investigating the neural time course of stroop interference in bilinguals: An ERP study Emily Coderre, Kathy Conklin & Walter van Heuven 

The cognitive cost of language- and domain-general cognitive control: Evidence from response times Francesca Martina Branzi, Ian Fitzpatrick, Pasquale Anthony Della Rosa, Jubin Abutalebi & Albert Costa 

Picture naming performance in early highly-proficient bilinguals Jasmin Sadat, Clara Martin, F.-Xavier Alario & Albert Costa 

It´s never too late: Second language acquisition in adulthood and enhancement of cognitive control in the aged Cristina Buiza, Unai Diaz, David Facal, Vanja Kljajevic & Javier Yanguas 

Evaluating the relationship between category generation and language use and proficiency Swathi Kiran, Elizabeth Pena, Lisa Bedore & Li Sheng 

Evidence for language (in)dependent phonetic representation in the bilingual mind: A case of acquired apraxia of speech Amaia Munarriz, Maria-José Ezeizabarrena, Ineke Mennen & Anja Kuschmann 

A longitudinal study involving stimulation brain mapping of a German-French bilingual patient with grade II glioma Barbara Köpke, Katia Prodhomme & Vincent Lubrano 

Dyslexia in bilinguals: Does language of assessment matter? Marie Lallier, Delphine Lassus-Sangosse, Chloe Prado, Sylviane Valdois & Sonia Kandel 

Language control is preserved in bilingual Alzheimer disease patients Marco Calabria, Mireia Hernandez, Paula Marne, Montserrat Juncadella, Ramón Reñé, Lidia Ugas, Sergi Bertran, Alberto Lleó, Rafael Blesa & Albert Costa 

15:30 - 16:30
Keynote Lecture 3 [KL-3]. Michael Dorman, Arizona State University, USA. 

Title: Neuro-plasticity in children and adults: Lessons from patients fit with cochlear implants

17:00 - 17:40
Oral Session 3
17:40 - 18:30
Discussion. Discussant: Albert Costa. Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain

Saturday, October 02nd, 2010. Palacio Miramar, Donostia - San Sebastián

09:00 - 10:00
Keynote lecture 4 [KL-4]. Jonathan Grainger, CNRS and University of Provence, France. 

Title: Learning words in a second language: From beginners to bilinguals

10:00 - 11:00
Oral Session 4
11:00 - 11:30
Coffee break
11:30 - 12:30
Keynote lecture 5 [KL-5]. Douglas Davidson, BCBL, Spain. 

Title: Electrophysiological correlates of grammatical plasticity

12:30 - 13:30
Oral Session 5
13:30 - 15:30

Analysis of language errors as function of treatment reveals mechanisms in bilingual aphasic lexical access Swathi Kiran, Fabiana Cabral, Chaleece Sandberg & Yorghos Tripodis 

Psycholinguistic markers in the spellings of bilingual children with developmental dyslexia Sara Ramos, Susan Jane Rickard Liow, Melvin Yap, Suet Lian Ho & Joyce Tan 

Bilingual Aphasia: A test-case for Morphology Joana Cholin, Brenda Rapp & Michele Miozzo 

An investigation of the relationship between dyslexia and bilingualism Anna Hatzidaki, Manon Jones & Mikel Santesteban 

Orthographic transparency effects on the manifestations of developmental dyslexia: Evaluating the disorder in English monolingual dyslexic adults and Welsh-English bilingual dyslexic adults Marie Lallier, Guillaume Thierry, Manuel Carreiras & Marie-Josephe Tainturier 

Bilingualism and executive functions: Behavioural evidence of inhibition and code switching in a colour Stroop task Karin Heidlmayr, Sylvain Moutier, Barbara Hemforth, Cyril Courtin & Frédéric Isel 

Ice in my eye: What distracting information tells us about how bilinguals select the language they intend to speak Rhonda McClain & Judith Kroll 

The role of inhibitory control in learning new vocabulary: Bilinguals outperform monolinguals only when they learn via the native language Cari Bogulski & Judith Kroll 

Bilingual language control across the lifespan: Is it affected by Ageing? Albert Costa, Mireia Hernandez, Paula Marne & Violeta Pina 

Language switching in production of phrases Andrzej Tarlowski, Zofia Wodniecka & Anna Marzecová 

Electrical brain potentials reveal early differences between a bilingual’s first and second language during overt object naming Kristof Strijkers & Albert Costa 

Language discrimination in monolingual and bilingual learning infants of Spanish and Basque Monika Molnar, Judit Gervain & Manuel Carreiras 

Event-related potential correlates of language change detection in adults and toddlers Jan Rouke Kuipers & Guillaume Thierry 

Second language phonology affects reading in the native language Kalinka Timmer & Niels O. Schiller 

Greater inhibitory capacity relates to reduced within- and cross-language lexical competition during spoken word recognition: Evidence from eye movements using the visual world paradigm Julie Mercier, Irina Pivneva & Debra Titone 

On the influence of proficiency and L1-background in L2 processing: An ERP study of nominal morphology in French and Mandarin learners of English Kristina Kasparian, Nicolas Bourguignon, John E. Drury & Karsten Steinhauer 

Native and L2 processing of Grammatical Gender in Dutch: an ERP study Hanneke Loerts, Laurie A. Stowe & Monika S. Schmid 

Word gender processing in L2: Evidence from ERPs Kristin Lemhofer & Schriefers Herbert 

Sentence processing in Chinese late learners of Spanish- ERP evidence for transfer effects Margaret Gillon Dowens, Taomei Guo, Jingjing Guo, Horacio Barber & Manuel Carreiras 

Language conflict in second-language sentence processing: Investigating the role of proficiency and cognitive control Edith Kaan, Jocelyn Ballantyne, Jihee Choi, Bethany Rowlings & Frank Wijnen 

The influence of semantic constraints on bilingual word recognition during sentence reading Eva Van Assche, Denis Drieghe, Wouter Duyck & Robert J. Hartsuiker 

Lexical competition in a spoken sentence context Evelyne Lagrou, Rob Hartsuiker & Wouter Duyck 

Chinese-English bilinguals’ sensitivity to the time of an action event is related to the extent of their experience with English Jenn-Yeu Chen, Jui-Ju Su, Chao-Yang Lee & Yuh-Fang Lee 

Dissociating age of acquisition from proficiency: On the use of linear mixed-effects modeling of ERP data in native speakers and bilinguals Aaron J. Newman, Antoine Tremblay & Emily S. Nichols 

Early bilinguals reconfigure semantic expectations faster than monolinguals during sentence reading Clara Martin, Guillaume Thierry, Jan-Rouke Kuipers & Albert Costa 

Bilinguals processing case morphology: an ERP study Adam Zawiszewski, Kepa Erdocia & Itziar Laka 

Visual Word Recognition in Trilinguals: An ERP Study Xavier Aparicio, Jonathan Grainger, Katherine J. Midgley, Phillip J. Holcomb & Jean-Marc Lavaur 

The bilingual mental lexicon: Masked priming evidence for shared lexicons Laura Sabourin & Christie Brien 

An ERP study with cognate and non cognate words: The role of phonological similarity Montserrat Comesaña, Ana Paula Soares, Rosa Sánchez-Casas, Andreia Rauber, Alina Villalva, Ana P. Pinheiro & Isabel Fraga 

Electrophysiological correlates of the masked translation priming effect with highly proficient simultaneous bilinguals Maria Dimitropoulou, Jon Andoni Duñabeitia, Oxel Uribe-Etxebarria, Itziar Laka & Manuel Carreiras 

Linguistics and non-linguistics knowledge: Bilinguals' semantic categories Néstor Viñas-Guasch, Virginia Mueller Gathercole, Debbie Mills & Hans Stadthagen-González 

Access to numerical magnitude depends on the language that a bilingual activates Elena Salillas & Manuel Carreiras 

Bisections in two languages: When number processing, spatial representation, and habitual reading direction interact Seta Kazandjian, Celine Cavezian, Ari Zivotofsky & Sylvie Chokron 

Effects of bilingualism on declarative and procedural memory Laura Babcock, Johanna Dagort Billig, Ingrid Finger & Michael T. Ullman 

The formation of the perceptual vowel space in monolinguals and simultaneous bilinguals – Insights from a model Monika Molnar & Julien Mayor 

15:30 - 16:30
Keynote Lecture 6 [KL-6]. Nuria Sebastián, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain. 

Title: Individual differences in native and non-native speech perception

17:00 - 17:40
Oral Session 6
17:40 - 18:30
Discussion. Discussant: Guillaume Thierry. Bangor University, UK
20:30 -
Conference dinner
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