Wednesday, May 25th

8:45    Registration

9:15    Welcome


Session 1

9:30    Noun and verb cognate effects in sentence context: an eye-tracking study

           Sybrine Bultena, Ton Dijkstra, & Janet G. van Hell


9:55    Cognate effects for morphologically simple and complex nouns and verbs

           Eva Van Assche, Wouter Duyck & Marc Brysbaert


10:20 The cognate facilitation effect is modulated by the word frequency of both readings: behavioral and electrophysiological evidence

           David Peeters, Ton Dijkstra & Jonathan Grainger


10:45 Coffee break


Session 2

11:10 The source of masked priming effects

Lien Van Abbenyen, Dominiek Sandra & Kenneth Forster


11:35  The effect of local discourse coherence on pronoun resolution: an eye-tracking study

           Clare S. Patterson


12:00  Which mechanisms underlie naming, reading and picture word verification: evidence from ERPs spatio-temporal segmentation

           Andrea Valente & M. Laganaro


12:25 Lunch


14:00 Mirjam Ernestus - The production and comprehension of reduced pronunciation variants


Session 3

15:00 Final /t/ reduction in Dutch participles

           Iris Hanique & Mirjam Ernestus


15:25  Understanding speed in language: an embodied simulation view

           Laura J. Speed  


15:50  Predicting you’re next: strategic factors in shared error repair

           Chiara Gambi, Uschi Cop & Martin J. Pickering


Poster Session 1 + Coffee

P1.1    Kazakh-Russian bilingualism in Kazakhstan today: the influence of input

           Dinara Sarzhanova


P1.2    Prepositions are hard in Norwegian: English and Norwegian infants display different looking behaviours when processing spatial prepositions

           Sindre Aasheim Norås


P1.3   The use and functions of OW! and OUCH! in child and adult speech

Ulrike Strange & Günther Lampert


P1.4   The prosody of algebra meets the algebra of prosody in mathematically experienced and inexperienced speakers

Michael Phelan


P1.5   Under or behind the umbrella? Testing the effects of geometry and function on spatial prepositions in Norwegian and French

Kjersti Faldet Listhaug


P1.7   Space and time in narratives: content-specific neural bases of the situation mode

Jehanne Van Boxstael


P1.8  Evidence for left-hemispheric lateralization of tool recognition in a visual half-field task

Ark Verma & Marc Brysbaert



Session 4

17:00 In search of the segments of translation

           Sini Immonen


17:25 The processing of asymmetric and symmetric sentential conjunction

           Javier Collado, Maria Omana, Ellen Thompson, Amanda Yousuf-Little


17:50 Impaired knowledge of adjective order constraints as overeager abstraction

           Bram Vandekerckhove, Dominiek Sandra & Walter Daelemans


20:00 Conference dinner

Thursday, May 26th

8:30 registration


Session 5

9:00    Language processing: acquisition of some morphological aspects by Portuguese primary school students

           Teresa Santos


9:25    The influence of the noun suffix in the processing of grammatical gender in Italian

Sendy Caffarra, Francesca Pesciarelli & Cristina Cacciari



9:50    German plural revisited

           Frauke Hellwig


10:15  Implicatures in a dual-process framework

           Katrijn Pipijn & Walter Schaeken


10:40 Coffee break


Session 6

11:05  Are bilinguals fully in control of their language selection during word production?

           Charlotte Vanden Bulcke


11:30 Early-start L2 English: effects of increased input on vocabulary and listening comprehension in Norwegian first-graders

           Anne Dahl


11:55  Speech errors, stuttering and code-switching in child bilinguals: contributing to psycholinguistic theory

           Lena De Mol & Annick De Houwer


12:20 Lunch


14:00 Arthur Samuel - Perceptual recalibration for speech: now you see it, now you don’t


Session 7

15:00  French cued speech perception and expertise: psychophysiological analysis

           Clémence Bayard, Anne-Sophie Tilmant , Cécile Colin & Jacqueline Leybaert


15:25  Can we tell what we said when we hear ourselves saying something else? Real-time speech manipulation as a new instrument for the testing of verbal intentions and self-monitoring

           Andreas Lindn L. Hall, P. Johansson, B. Breidegard & C. Balkenius


Poster Session 2 + Coffee

P2.1    Current state of research in linguistic relativity

           Michal Tytus Witkowski


P2.2    But how do we reason with it?

           Leen Janssens


P2.3    The production of the verb particle construction with full and reduced relative

David Lopez, Eunice Louis, Jonathan Miles, Ellen Thompson, Kezia Walker



P2.4    The picture-word interference paradigm: grammatical class effects in the production of nouns and verbs

           Flavia De Simone & Simona Collina


P2.5    Modal verbs and their relation to finiteness in Dutch first language acquisition

 Sara Jonkers & Esther Ruigendijk


P2.6    The acquisition of verbs of separation by young French speakers (L1)

           Caitlin Vanessa Smith


P2.7    The development of mutual exclusivity

           Sean Roberts


P2.8    Bilingualism and cognitive control: the role of switching

           Nele Verreyt, Davy Vandelanotte & Wouter Duyck


Session 8

16:30  Evidence for impaired consolidation and lexicalisation of serial-order information in dyslexia

Louise Bogaerts, Arnaud Szmalec, Maaike Loncke & Wouter Duyck


16:55  Phonological precursors to literacy: the role of lexical specificity

           Merel Van Goch, James McQueen & Ludo Verhoeven


17:20 Closing reception