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Interdisciplinary Advances in Statistical Learning 2017 28th Jun. - 30th Jun.


Wednesday, June 28th, 2017. Bizkaia Aretoa, Bilbo

08:00 - 08:45
Coffee + Registration
08:45 - 09:00
Opening Remarks
09:00 - 09:50
Keynote 1: Michael Frank
09:50 - 10:50
Oral Session 1: The nature of SL
10:50 - 11:20
Coffee Break
11:20 - 13:30
SYMPOSIUM 1- Developmental perspectives on SL
13:30 - 15:00
Lunch Break
15:00 - 16:40
Oral Session 2: SL and language
16:20 - 18:00

[PS-1.1] Adult learning and language simplification Mark Atkinson, Kenny Smith & Simon Kirby 

[PS-1.2] Age and bilingual effects in children?s statistical learning of words and syntax: Evidence from cross-situational learning Kirsty Dunn, Zsofia Belteki, Christine Schoetensack, Patrick Rebuschat & Padraic Monaghan 

[PS-1.3] Children's sensitivity to novel contextual graphotactic constraints: Evidence from an incidental learning task Felicia Daniela Singh, Anna Samara & Elizabeth Wonnacott 

[PS-1.4] Discrimination learning, suffixing and prefixing in an artificial language learning experiment Masa Vujovic, Michael Ramscar & Elizabeth Wonnacott 

[PS-1.5] Do children with specific language impairment have a deficit in nonverbal sequence learning? Janne von Koss Torkildsen, Joanne Arciuli & Ona Bø Wie 

[PS-1.6] Do infants represent repetition-based visual rules at an abstract level? Hermann Bulf, Roberta Bettoni, Gesche Westphal-Fitch, Tecumseh Fitch, Carlo Cecchetto & Viola Macchi Cassia 

[PS-1.7] Implicit Sequence learning and verbal rehearsal skills in hearing and cochlear implanted children Barbara Arfe, Ambra Fastelli, Claudio Mulatti, Pietro Scimemi & Rosamaria Santarelli 

[PS-1.8] Extraction of fine-grained visual statistical information in infancy Julie Bertels, Estibaliz San Anton, Hermann Bulf & Arnaud Destrebecqz 

[PS-1.9] From Novel to Experienced Learners: Children's Visual Statistics During Play Time Hadar Karmazyn Raz & Linda Smith 

[PS-1.10] Implicit orthographic rule extraction during word production: evidence from an error analysis in artificial script learning Wibke Hachmann & Mika Moeller 

[PS-1.11] Integration of auditory and visual streams during statistical learning Ethan Jost, Aaron Mitchel, Dan Weiss & Morten Christiansen 

[PS-1.12] Letter position invariance in the ventral visual stream J S H Taylor, Matthew H Davis & Kathleen Rastle 

[PS-1.13] Linguistic laws or Statistical Learning? Iván González Torre, Bartolo Luque, Lucas Lacasa, Jordi Luque & Antoni Hernández-Fernández 

[PS-1.14] Neural basis of non-repetition based rule learning in infants: a NIRS study Anna Martinez-Alvarez, Judit Gervain, Ferran Pons & Ruth de Diego-Balaguer 

[PS-1.15] Prediction and statistical learning in infants and adults: A pupillometry study Felicia Zhang, Sagi Jaffe-Dax, Robert Wilson & Lauren Emberson 

[PS-1.16] Simultaneous Visual Statistical Learning in Monolinguals and Bilinguals Federica Bulgarelli, Laura Bosch & Daniel Weiss 

[PS-1.17] Statistical and prosodic cues in segmentation of continuous speech-like acoustic signals Mikhail Ordin, Leona Polyanskaya, Itziar Laka & Marina Nespor 

[PS-1.18] Statistical learning as a basic tool for generating expectations, an individual differences approach Toni Cunillera, Clément François & Joaquín Morís 

[PS-1.19] Statistical learning predicts neural changes associated with L2 learning Henry Brice, Ram Frost, William Einar Mencl & Ken Pugh 

[PS-1.20] L2 spelling proficiency is related to the capacity for Visual Statistical Learning (VSL), but negatively Ho Ching Mak 

[PS-1.21] The influence of input statistics on children's language production decreases over time Ingeborg Roete, Marisa Casillas, Stefan Frank & Paula Fikkert 

[PS-1.22] The Role of Memory Constraints in Regularization of Unpredictable Variation Jo Saul, Anna Samara, Kenny Smith & Elizabeth Wonnacott 

[PS-1.23] Tuning in to non-adjacent dependencies Martin Zettersten, Christine Potter & Jenny Saffran 

[PS-1.24] Visual rule learning abilities at 7 months of age predict language outcome at 2 years Roberta Bettoni, Valentina Riva, Chiara Cantiani, Massimo Molteni, Viola Macchi Cassia & Hermann Bulf 

[PS-1.25] Statistical information encoded in English spelling Anastasia Ulicheva, Mark Aronoff & Kathleen Rastle 

[PS-1.26] Early developing syntactic knowledge influences sequential statistical learning in infancy Luca Onnis, Erik Thiessen, Soo-Jong Hong & Kyung-Sook Lee 

Visual Statistical Learning with Linguistic and Non-linguistic Inputs Tsan-Yu Wang & Jenn-Yeu Chen 

[PS-2.22] The effect of input variability on implicit phonetic training for adults and children Gwen Brekelmans, Bronwen G. Evans & Elizabeth Wonnacott 

Thursday, June 29th, 2017. Bizkaia Aretoa, Bilbao

09:00 - 09:50
Keynote 2- Sharon Thompson-Schill
09:50 - 10:50
Oral session 3- Assessing SL
10:50 - 11:20
Coffee Break
11:20 - 13:10
Oral Session 4. The neurobiology of SL
13:10 - 14:40
Lunch Break
14:40 - 16:30
SYMPOSIUM 2 -SL and Special Populations
15:50 - 17:20

[PS-2.1] Chained melody: Low-level acoustic cues as a guide to hierarchical structure in speech comprehension Antony S. Trotter, Rebecca L.A. Frost & Padraic Monaghan 

[PS-2.2] Developmental Changes in the Distribution of Iconicity in Vocabulary and Conversation Lynn Perry 

[PS-2.3] Distributional learning of auditory categories does not exploit the available dimensions Katerina Chládková, Mathias Scharinger & Erich Schröger 

[PS-2.4] Domain-generality of Phrase Structure Learning in Infancy: a preliminary evidence Chiara Santolin & Jenny Saffran  

[PS-2.5] Effects of bigram frequency and bigram diversity on language processing Russell Turk, Gary Jones, Duncan Guest, Angela Young & Mark Andrews 

[PS-2.6] Effects of Individual Differences in Attentional Control on Implicit Language Learning Daniel Wiechmann, Elma Kerz & Dennis Terhorst 

[PS-2.7] Individual Differences in L2 Processing of Multi-Word Units: Effects of Working Memory and Personality Elma Kerz & Daniel Wiechmann 

[PS-2.8] Infants' learning of embedded regularities in multi-speaker environments Christine Potter & Casey Lew-Williams 

[PS-2.9] Information integration and prediction during statistical learning can be read off from anticipatory Fixation Biases Giuseppe Notaro, Wieske Van Zoest, David Melcher & Uri Hasson 

[PS-2.10] Insights from novel measures of visual statistical learning in children Merel van Witteloostuijn, Imme Lammertink, Paul Boersma, Frank Wijnen & Judith Rispens 

[PS-2.11] Letting go of informative perceptual cues with distributional learning Zara Harmon, Kaori Idemaru & Vsevolod Kapatsinski 

[PS-2.12] Metacognitive differences between bilinguals and monolinguals in statistical learning Mikhail Ordin & David Soto 

[PS-2.13] Musical moments in infants' everyday environments are brief and bursty Jennifer Mendoza & Caitlin Fausey 

[PS-2.14] Prosody outweighs statistics: evidence from German Mireia Marimon & Barbara Höhle 

[PS-2.15] Starting Small or Big: Investigating the effect of prior exposure in non-adjacent dependency-learning Ileana Grama & Frank Wijnen 

[PS-2.17] Statistical learning and cognitive constraints on rule induction. An entropy model Silvia Radulescu, Frank Wijnen & Sergey Avrutin 

[PS-2.18] Statistical learning in adults: an EEG study on the units of speech perception Sarah von Grebmer zu Wolfsthurn, Nina Kazanina, Josie Briscoe & Rebecca Prosser 

[PS-2.19] Statistical learning in children's speech: are syllable-detection latencies a better measure? Josie Briscoe, Rebecca Prosser, Sarah Von Grebmer Zu Wolfsthurn & Nina Kazanina 

[PS-2.20] Statistical Multitasking: Concurrent Learning of Adjacent and Non-Adjacent Dependencies in Visuo-Spatial and Visuo-Verbal Tasks Joanne Deocampo, Gerardo Valdez, Tricia King & Christopher Conway 

[PS-2.21] The effect of deep brain stimulation on statistical grammar learning in Parkinson's Disease Ferenc Kemény, Gyula Demeter, Mihály Racsmány, István Valálik & Ágnes Lukács 

[PS-2.23] The emergence of chunks by regularizing transition probabilities Vanessa Ferdinand, Simon Kirby & Simon DeDeo 

[PS-2.24] The internal structure of categories acquired through distributional learning Paul Olejarczuk & Vsevolod Kapatsinski 

[PS-2.25] The value of surprise: Non-normative belief updating in learning stress patterns Paul Olejarczuk & Vsevolod Kapatsinski 

[PS-2.26] Transposed letter effects within an artificial language Clare Lally, Jo Taylor & Kathleen Rastle 

[PS-2.27] Word acquisition correlation in Japanese-speaking children using large-scale infant vocabulary development database Yasuhiro Minami, Yusuke Moriyama, Tessei Kobayashi & Yuko Okumura 

[PS-2.28] Statistical structure in speech to typically and non-typically developing toddlers Luca Onnis, Anna Truzzi, Paola Venuti, Gianluca Esposito & Shimon Edelman 

Friday, June 30th, 2017. Bizkaia Aretoa, Bilbao

09:00 - 09:50
Keynote3: Simon Kirby
09:50 - 11:00
SYMPOSIUM 3: Domain generality and SL
11:0 - 12:00

[PS-3.1] Are procedural and declarative learning differentially related to children's language skills? Debbie Gooch, Lisa Henderson, Gillian West & Courtenay Norbury 

[PS-3.3]Didactic Misconceptions of Implicit Learning in Orthography Instruction in Germany Eva Belke 

[PS-3.4]Does explicit instruction facilitate the acquisition of a novel language? Insights from cross- situational statistical learning Katharina Braungart, Padraic Monaghan, Barbara Kaup & Patrick Rebuschat 

[PS-3.5]Dysfunctions in infants' statistical learning are related to subthreshold autistic social impairments in their parents Roberta Bettoni, Valentina Riva, Chiara Cantiani, Elena Riboldi, Massimo Molteni, Viola Macchi Cassia & Hermann Bulf 

[PS-3.6]ERPs index real-time extraction of statistical regularities in an artificial language speech stream Nicolette Noonan, Lisa Archibald & Marc Joanisse 

[PS-3.7]Examining the online mechanisms of visual statistical learning using pupillometry Felicia Zhang & Lauren Emberson 

[PS-3.8]Female sex hormonal changes differentially relate to statistical learning and higher-order sequence learning Noemi Elteto, Karolina Janacsek & Dezso Nemeth 

[PS-3.9]Implicit sequence learning regardless of Time and Instructions Estibaliz San Anton, Remy Schmitz, Axel Cleeremans & Arnaud Destrebecqz 

[PS-3.10]Online measure of nonadjacent dependency learning in typically developing children Imme Lammertink, Merel van Witteloostuijn, Paul Boersma, Frank Wijnen & Judith Rispens 

[PS-3.11]Rapid Generalization from Statistical Learning Lei Yuan & Linda Smith 

[PS-3.12]Statistical Learning and Orthographic Learning in Chinese Children with Dyslexia Shelley Xiuli Tong & Wincy Wong 

[PS-3.13]Statistical learning of syntactic structure Alexander Clark 

[PS-3.14]Statistically defined chunks show similar within/ between-object processing to real objects Gabor Lengyel, Marton Nagy & Jozsef Fiser 

[PS-3.15]Syntactic Knowledge Constrains Cross-Situational Word Learning Stanka Fitneva 

[PS-3.16]The burstiness of parents' utterances: Classification of vocal temporal structure during parent-child naturalistic interaction Lauren Slone, Drew Abney, Linda Smith & Chen Yu 

[PS-3.17]The Nested Timescales of Statistical Learning: A Dynamic Field Model of The Shape Bias Larissa Samuelson, Sammy Perone & John Spencer 

[PS-3.18]The profile of isolated nouns in child-directed speech Rose Maier Hartman, Jessica Schwab, Casey Lew-Williams & Caitlin Fausey 

[PS-3.19]The role of information source in the acquisition of successful discrimination task strategies: a developmental, cross-cultural, and comparative investigation Mark Atkinson, Elizabeth Renner, Donna Kean, Charlotte Wilks & Christine Caldwell 

[PS-3.20]The sensitive period for associative learning of nonadjacent dependencies: an ERP-study Mariella Paul, Claudia Männel, Jutta L. Mueller, Anne van der Kant, Isabell Wartenburger, Barbara Höhle & Angela Friederici 

[PS-3.21]The role of feedback in implicit and explicit artificial grammar learning: A comparison between dyslexic and non-dyslexic adults Rachel Schiff, Ayelet Sasson & Shani Kahta 

[PS-3.22]Adult associative learning of non-adjacent dependencies in tone sequences is related to musical experience Anne van der Kant, Claudia Männel, Mariella Paul, Angela D. Friederici, Barbara Höhle & Isabell Wartenburger 

[PS-3.23]Acquisition of infant-directed speech words in Japanese-speaking children: Analysis using large-scale vocabulary-checklist data Yuko OKUMURA, Tessei KOBAYASHI, Yasuhiro MINAMI & Yusuke MORIYAMA 

[PS-3.24]Are bilinguals better at statistical learning? Luca Onnis, Win Ee Chun & Gianluca Esposito 

[PS-3.25]How do statistical learning and language learning relate to language impairment and aging? Vanessa Taler, Brendan Johns & Michael Jones 

Evaluating click detection as a measure of statistical learning: a pilot study of children with poor auditory attention Josie Briscoe & G. Heeks 

12:00 - 13:00
Oral session 5 : Language and development
13:00 - 14:30
Lunch Break
14:30 - 15:40
Symposium 4- SL, Event processing, Action, and Vision
15:40 - 16:30
Keynote 4: Jenny Saffran - Sepex sponsored speaker
16:30 - 17:15
Round table discussion with keynote and theme speakers
18:30 - 20:00
Individual visit of Guggenheim Museum
20:30 -
Cocktail and Pintxo Closing Reception
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