Days: Thursday, August 4th Friday, August 5th

Thursday, August 4th

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08:50-09:00 Welcome


Location: 1, 1.820
09:00-10:00 Session 1: Plenary Talk
Location: 1, 1.820
The many faces of multilingualism in development and learning (abstract)
10:00-10:15Coffee Break
10:15-11:15 Session 2: Talks
Location: 1, 1.820
The Effects of Dual-Language Phonological Competition on Memory (abstract)
F0 in Spanish L1 and L2 word segmentation (abstract)
11:15-11:30Coffee Break
11:30-12:30 Session 3: Talks
Location: 1, 1.820
Belief maintenance in the face of counterevidence: The role of the foreign language effect (abstract)
International adoptees’ recognition of emotions in nonsense speech in the adopted language and in the birth language (abstract)
12:30-13:00Lunch Break
13:00-14:30 Session 4: Poster session
Location: 1, 1.820
English speakers’ perception of German vowel contrasts in adverse listening conditions (abstract)
Cultural Immersion and Experience Shape Emotion Perception in Bilinguals (abstract)
The role of speech modifications in ab inito learners’ initial speech segmentation (abstract)
Bilinguals’ referential choice under time pressure (abstract)
Negation processing in Chinese English bilinguals: Insights from the Stroop paradigm (abstract)
Dependency formation in native and non-native sentence processing (abstract)
Cross-linguistic influence (CLI) in mirrored properties (abstract)
Cross-linguistic influence in Ln processing: Gender agreement in Norwegian possessives (abstract)
Impact of mask wearing on bilingual semantic processing: A priming study (abstract)
Who likes bananas?! How second language learners of German produce rhetorical questions (abstract)
Cross-linguistic influence in acceptability: possessive structures in Norwegian-Italian bilingual children (abstract)
Language learning to boost episodic memory in older adults with and without cognitive impairment (abstract)
Examining Agreement Processing in Spanish as a Heritage Language: An Event-Related Potential (ERP) Study. (abstract)
Minority language happiness: The link between social inclusion, well-being, and speaking Frisian in the Northern Netherlands (abstract)
Is there a bilingual advantage in the production of phonotactically complex L3 words? (abstract)
Electrophysiological correlates of taboo word processing in bilingualism (abstract)
The many shades of blue in Russian-German bilinguals: Conceptual distinctions in the acquisition and processing of color words in early and late bilinguals (abstract)
The Role of Language Experience in Predictive Processing: The Case of Early Turkish-Dutch Bilingual Adults (abstract)
Eye-tracking measures of prediction in L1 and L2 in bilingual people with and without aphasia (abstract)
Colour Perception in Bilinguals is Momentarily modulated by Active Language (abstract)
The role of proficiency in voluntary and mandatory language switching (abstract)
(Morpho)syntactic modulation of the cognate facilitation effect mediated by task (abstract)
The Relative Cost of Codeswitching – The Price of Language vs Lexical Switching (abstract)
L2 morphological processing is cognitively taxing: evidence from interpreters (abstract)
The processing of lexical ambiguity by bilingual children (abstract)
Better Memory for Complete Events in Russian: An Effect of Obligatory Aspect Marking (abstract)
Cognitive abilities underlying the early stages of L2 acquisition: An artificial language study (abstract)
Gender and Number Agreement in Italian as a Heritage Language: A Self-Paced Reading Study (abstract)
Sigue the leader? Children’s use of code-switching during interactive picture descriptions with a code-switching partner (abstract)
Individual difference factors in sequential bilingual acquisition (abstract)
Aptitude and memory (abstract)
Syntactic representations in Polish-English bilingual children: Evidence from priming (abstract)
Linguistic and cognitive predictors of reanalysis in low-intermediate L2 learners (abstract)
How native-like do conference interpreters sound in L2? A phonetic analysis of retour interpretations into English in the European Parliament (abstract)
Facilitative use of grammatical gender by Heritage Speakers of Polish: Evidence for access to abstract syntactic features in real-time processing (abstract)
14:30-15:30 Session 5: Talks
Location: 1, 1.820
Differential sensitivity to L2 morphological violations in spoken versus written comprehension in L1 Mandarin learners of English (abstract)
Does word order impact the use of verb argument information in L1 and L2 semantic prediction? (abstract)
15:30-15:45Coffee Break
15:45-16:45 Session 6: Talks
Location: 1, 1.820
Does proficiency modulate attention to a talker's mouth? An extended replication of Birulés et al. (2020) (abstract)
Predictive L2 sentence processing in noise: Differential effects across linguistic cues (abstract)
16:45-17:00Coffee Break
17:00-18:00 Session 7: Plenary Talk
Location: 1, 1.820
Dynamics of language experience and how it affects language and cognitive control (abstract)
Friday, August 5th

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09:00-10:00 Session 8: Plenary Talk
Location: 1, 1.820
The power of language: How the codes we use to think, speak, and live transform our minds (abstract)
10:00-10:15Coffee Break
10:15-11:15 Session 9: Talks
Location: 1, 1.820
Processing of Agreement and Reflexives in Non-Native Sentence Comprehension (abstract)
Processing and interpretation of null and overt subject pronouns in L1 Spanish-L2 English attriters (abstract)
11:15-11:30Coffee Break
11:30-12:30 Session 10: Talks
Location: 1, 1.820
Transfer of L2 speech sound production training to perception: Insights from the discrimination task and the MMN (abstract)
L3-to-L2 versus L3-to-L1 transfer in Spanish-Basque-English trilinguals: Evidence from phonetics and the lexicon (abstract)
12:30-13:00Lunch Break
13:00-14:30 Session 11: Poster session
Location: 1, 1.820
Do bilinguals generalize greater referential specificity in response to feedback? (abstract)
‘That is where the shoe pinches’ – cognates in context and in translation (abstract)
Inhibitory control or social skills? Exploring two accounts for young multilinguals’ perspective-taking advantage in referential communication (abstract)
Cross-language semantic and orthographic parafoveal processing in bilingual readers (abstract)
Taking the Milk out of the Cow: A cross-linguistic study of lexical production accuracy and innovation in child and adult heritage speakers (abstract)
Syntactic and lexical gender congruency in native Spanish speakers acquiring L2 German (abstract)
Non-canonical sentence processing in advanced L2 learners: No cognate facilitation, but evidence of revision effects (abstract)
Anomalous vowel substitutions in second-language words trigger perceptual (un)learning (abstract)
Language entropy relates to behavioral and pupil indices of executive control in young adult bilinguals (abstract)
Does pro-drop in heritage Greek, Russian and Turkish decline? (abstract)
Bilingual language switching: ERP and time-frequency EEG processes (abstract)
Bilateral processing advantage in younger and older monolinguals and bilinguals (abstract)
The electrophysiology of voluntary and cued language switching: evidence from event related potentials and neuronal oscillations (abstract)
An alternative approach to measuring cognitive control: investigating the bilingual advantage by testing low-level processes (abstract)
Exploring the effect of linguistic similarity in third language acquisition (abstract)
Beyond cis-gender identities - new perspectives on gender stereotyping (abstract)
Numeral classifiers and object perception by Chinese-Japanese bilinguals and monolinguals (abstract)
Bilingualism/Multilingualism does not affect production of time reference in L1: Evidence from Norwegian academics (abstract)
Type of bilingualism conditions individual differences in the oscillatory dynamics of inhibitory control (abstract)
Production of rhetorical questions by heritage speakers of Italian (abstract)
The Representation of Grammatical Gender in Welsh-English Adult Bilinguals (abstract)
The Effect of Grammar Instruction on Cognitive Functioning in Older Adults (abstract)
Additional Barriers: Learning Morpho-Graphic Spelling Regularities Across Scripts (abstract)
Are the heritage and dominant languages of early bilinguals less complex and less fluent than that of monolinguals? A comparison of linguistic abilities of pre-adolescent Polish Heritage Speakers and monolingual controls. (abstract)
Bilingual life experiences and neurocognition in middle-aged and older populations (abstract)
The role of working memory resources during language processing: data from ERPs and oscillations (abstract)
Subject pronoun processing in L2 Italian: Evidence from Croatian speakers (abstract)
Prediction in L1 and L2 German based on semantic and gender cues (abstract)
Individual variation in heritage language morphosyntactic processing: Clitic placement in Bosnian in Norway (abstract)
Continuity and stability in emergent bilinguals’ language development and code-switching practices spanning school entry (abstract)
The effect of language switching training over PM performance (abstract)
Fluency development in seniors learning a second language: a case study (abstract)
Crosslinguistic differences in pronoun resolution: Evidence from Croatian and Chinese (abstract)
PRESENTER: Sara Košutar
Disfluencies and directionality in simultaneous interpreting. A corpus study comparing L1-L2 and L2-L1 interpretations from the European Parliament (abstract)
14:30-15:30 Session 12: Talks
Location: 1, 1.820
Cumulative priming effects across development in monolingual and bilingual children (abstract)
Production and processing of non-canonical structures in Mandarin-English heritage children (abstract)
15:30-15:45Coffee Break
15:45-16:45 Session 13: Talks
Location: 1, 1.820
The relationship of individual differences in bilingual experience and cognitive control (abstract)
Bilingual language control in connected speech (abstract)
16:45-17:00Coffee Break
17:00-18:00 Session 14: Plenary Talk
Location: 1, 1.820
Understanding the nature of bilingualism: Multimodal approaches reveal dynamic effects of bilingualism for language and cognition (abstract)