ERP Bootcamp and Psycholinguistics Shorts
Featuring Dr. Steven Luck
University of Ottawa
Organized by Dr. Laura Sabourin’s ERPLing Lab
The 10th International Conference on the Mental Lexicon brings together psycholinguistic, neurolinguistic, and computational research on the representation and processing of words in the mind/brain. The conference encourages a variety of perspectives on lexical representation and processing.
March 1st, 2013
Simard Hall, 1st floor
8:00, room 123 – Registration
9:00, room 125 – Dr. Alain Desrochers, University of Ottawa: Methodologies Workshop
12:30-1:30, room 129 – Lunch
1:30 – Elena Koulaguina and Rushen Shi, Université du Québec à Montréal: Abstract rule learning in infants
1:55 – Andréane Melançon and Rushen Shi, Université du Québec à Montréal: Le traitement du genre grammatical dans la compréhension chez les enfants francophones
2:20 – Jiajia Su, McGill University: The Definiteness Effect in the L2 English of Chinese Learners
2:45 to 3:45 – Coffee Break and Poster Presentations
Pouneh Shabani Jadidi, McGill University: L2 Processing of Compound Verbs
Santa Vīnerte and Laura Sabourin, University of Ottawa: Effects of Bilingualism on Cognitive Control in Stroop and ANT Tasks
Tokiko Okuma, McGill University: L2 acquisition of the OPC in Japanese by L1 English and L1 Spanish speakers
Rachel Klassen, Elena Valenzuela, and Tania Zamuner, University of Ottawa: Ambiguous Relative Clause Modifier Attachment in Code-Switched Constructions
Elizabeth Morin-Lessard, University of Ottawa: Speech Production: A Word-learning Strategy for 4-5 Year Old English Monolinguals?
Sarah Colby and Ana Sofia Niembro, University of Ottawa: Lexical Competition as Affected by Subcategorical Mismatches: A Project Proposal
Nathalie Ho, Dominique Pacheco, Michele Burkholder, and Laura Sabourin, University of Ottawa: Investigating the Organization of Lexicons in Bilinguals
3:45 – Alexandra Marquis, Université de Montréal: Using Android applications in research: Introducing AndroidBAT and Jeu de verbes
4:10 – Christie Brien, University of Ottawa: Neuro-imaging evidence of L2 Effects on L1 Ambiguity Resolution
4:35 – Marylène Dionne, Université de Montréal: Les groupes de conjugaison de verbes en français L1 et L2 : Une analyse comparative entre SPSS et R
5:00 – Closing Remarks
After the conference, we invite you to join us for drinks and refreshments at the Urban Well (244 Laurier Ave E).
- PsychoShorts 2011 Conference
PsychoShorts is an annual one-day conference in all areas of psycholinguistics including sentence processing, L1 and L2 acquisition and processing, perception, production, and neurolinguistics.
In 2011, the conference will take place on Friday, March 18. Registration will start at 9:00 am in SMD123 (Simard Hall). All talks will be given in SMD125, and the post-conference reception will start at 6:00 pm at the Royal Oak Pub (161 Laurier Ave East). The keynote address will be delivered by Prof. John F. Connolly of McMaster University.
The PsychoShorts 2011 Program can be acessed here.