Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP) Conference 2014

Poster Programme


WEDNESDAY  
17:00-18:30Pim Levelt Public Lecture. Reid Music Hall, The University of Edinburgh, Bristo Square
   
18.30-20.30 Welcome Reception. Informatics Forum, The University of Edinburgh
 
THURSDAY 
12:40Poster Programme - RCPE Great Hall
   
1 Pupillary evidence of ambiguity resolution in Italian subject anaphora
Margreet Vogelzang, Petra Hendriks, Hedderik Van Rijn
   
2 Bidirectional syntactic priming in conversation: I am primed by you if you are primed by me
Lotte Schoot, Peter Hagoort, Katrien Segaert
   
3 The effect of motivation and working memory load on perspective-use: Evidence from eye-tracking
James Cane, Heather Ferguson, Ian Apperly
   
4 Category systems gradually align over learning and communication
Catriona Silvey, Simon Kirby, Kenny Smith
   
5 Investigation of Chinese-English learners’ acquisition of tense and aspect in English: Self-paced reading and eye-movement study
Panpan Yao and Baoguo Chen
   
6 Words are less salient in phrases: Evidence from the frequency effect in recognition memory
Cassandra L. Jacobs, Gary Dell, Aaron Benjamin
   
7 How does the old support the new? The role of memory consolidation in learning novel morphological forms
Jelena Mirkovic and Gareth Gaskell
   
8 Strains and symptoms of the ‘literacy virus’: Modelling the effects of orthographic transparency on phonological processing
Alastair Smith, Padraic Monaghan, Falk Huettig
   
9 Misbehaved masculines: Incidental acquisition of gender in L2 German
Denisa Bordag, Amit Kirschenbaum, Andreas Opitz, Maria Rogahn, Erwin Tschirner
   
10 Phonotactic probability in adult L1 and L2 word learning
Amit Kirschenbaum, Denisa Bordag, Maria Rogahn, Erwin Tschirner
   
11 Processing of different types of affixes in Czech
Radka Julínková and Denisa Bordag
   
12 Less isn't always more: The negative effect of prior exposure in non-adjacent dependency-learning in adults
Ileana Grama, Annemarie Kerkhoff, Frank Wijnen
   
13 Resolution of different pronominal forms: French compared to Spanish
Saveria Colonna, Sarah Schimke, Carlos Gelormini-Lezama, Amit Almor
   
14 Definiteness affects pronoun resolution: Evidence from German
Klaus von Heusinger, Sofiana Chiriacescu, Andreas Brocher
   
15 Pronoun interpretation is sensitive to verb semantics, except when it isn’t: Selective verb effects on Italian null and overt pronouns
Emily Fedele and Elsi Kaiser
   
16 NP status in the establishment of focus and processing of anadeixis
Derya Cokal, Patrick Sturt, Fernanda Ferreira
   
17 The online comprehension of indirect replies: Evidence from eye-tracking
Jeffrey Wood, Matthew Haigh, Jamal Kinsella, Andrew Stewart
   
18 Language prediction requires the same cognitive resource for language comprehension
Aine Ito, Martin Pickering, Martin Corley
   
19 Mechanism under auditory perceptual simulation: Speech speed or attitudes biases?
Peiyun Zhou and Kiel Christianson
   
20 Resumptive pronouns ameliorate island violations in forced-choice tasks
Lauren Ackerman, Michael Frazier, Masaya Yoshida
   
21 Judging paradigmatic relations: A new collection of English ratings
Gabriella Lapesa, Sabine Schulte im Walde, Stefan Evert
   
22 Comprehenders pre-activate only the best sentence completion
Daniel Kleinman, Elin Runnqvist, Victor Ferreira
   
23 Lexical representations of nouns in German rely on underspecified gender features
Andreas Opitz and Thomas Pechmann
   
24 Subliminal morphological speech priming
Roberto Bottini And Davide Crepaldi
   
25 Effects of talker and noise variation on recognition memory for spoken words
Angela Cooper and Ann R. Bradlow
   
26 Verbs as spatial queues: Explicit direction of motion facilitates visual probe detection
Ashley Chapman and Andriy Myachykov
   
27 The (non)effect of discourse relations on comprehending verb phrase ellipsis
Charles Clifton
   
28 Diverging online storage costs for wh-adjuncts are predicted by the grammatical theory
Arthur Stepanov and Calum Riach
   
29 Sarcasm comprehension: The effects of literality, familiarity, and expectation
Alexandra Turcan and Ruth Filik
   
30 Prediction using production or production engaging prediction?
Florian Hintz, Antje Meyer, Falk Huettig
   
31 Mandarin subject relatives are easier to process than object relatives even in discourse contexts
Fuyun Wu and Yanan Sheng
   
32 Both native and non-native disfluencies trigger listeners' attention
Hans Rutger Bosker, Jade Tjiong, Hugo Quené, Ted Sanders, Nivja H. de Jong
   
33 Tip-of-the-tongue in a second language: The effects of brief L1 exposure on L2 production
Hamutal Kreiner and Tamar Degani
   
34 Activations of contextually-appropriate and inappropriate meanings dissociate during semantic reinterpretation of sentences
Sylvia Vitello, Rebecca Tan, Joseph T. Devlin, Jennifer Rodd
   
35 Agreement attraction in modern standard Arabic comprehension
Matthew Tucker, Ali Idrissi, Diogo Almeida
   
36 Agreement attraction in the neural language system
Matthew Tucker, Stephen Politzer-Ahles, Diogo Almeida
   
37 Beyond single word production: How do speakers produce noun phrases?
Zeshu Shao
   
38 Development in perspective-taking during ambigutiy avoidance
Kumiko Fukumura, Lauren Ferguson, Katie Quinn
   
39 Syntactic priming: A lexical boost, cumulativity, an inverse preference effect and... A positive preference effect
Katrien Segaert and Peter Hagoort
   
40 Effects of neighbourhood density on lexicality judgements across the lifespan and in individuals with Alzheimer’s disease
Nancy Azevedo, Eva Kehayia, Ruth Ann Atchley, Vasavan N.P. Nair
   
41 How language mediates the creation of false memories
Agnieszka Konopka
   
42 Fast and furious lexical processing
Jacolien van Rij, Cyrus Shaoul, R. Harald Baayen, Petar Milin
   
43 Anomalous transfer of syntactic rules between languages
Awel Vaughan-Evans, Jan Kuipers, Guillaume Thierry, Manon Jones
   
44 A neurocomputational model of the N400 and the P600
Harm Brouwer and John Hoeks
   
45 Word frequency in context shows differential effects on eye fixations and fixation-related potentials
Franziska Kretzschmar, Matthias Schlesewsky, Adrian Staub
   
46 Recovering from syntactic and semantic violations: The relationship between eye movements and brain responses
Paul Metzner, Titus von der Malsburg, Shravan Vasishth, Frank Rösler
   
47 Marking the counterfactual: ERP evidence for pragmatic processing of German subjunctives
Eugenia Kulakova, Dominik Freunberger, Dietmar Roehm
   
48 On the impact of phrasal length on native and non-native language production: Evidence from Basque and Spanish
Idoia Ros, Mikel Santesteban, Kumiko Fukumura, Itziar Laka
   
49 Amplitude modulated noise negatively affects processing of prosodic cues
Rebecca Carroll and Esther Ruigendijk
   
50 The role of orthography in recognizing connected speech
Holger Mitterer and Eva Reinisch
   
51 What was the question? Broad focus in focus-sensitive coordination
Jesse Harris and Katy Carlson
   
52 Phrase lengths and prosody in pp-attachment
Ronit Webman Shafran and Janet Dean Fodor
   
53 Accents influence attachment generally
Katy Carlson
   
54 The resolution of the clause that is relative: Prosody and plausibility in RC attachment
Daniela Zahn and Christoph Scheepers
   
55 A sketch of an extrinsic timing model of speech production
Alice Turk and Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel
   
56 Prosody determines syntactic choice in language production and reading
Gerrit Kentner
   
57 Stress assignment in the development of italian reading ability: Effects of lexical stress, frequency, and stress neighbourhood
Simone Sulpizio and Lucia Colombo
   
58 When exactly corners stop corning? Incremental masked priming and complex word identification
Davide Crepaldi, Marco Marelli, Simona Amenta, Anais De Santis, Elena Angela Morone, Rocco De Marco
   
59 Distributive and collective readings of plural DPs
Carmen Dobrovie-Sorin, Emilia Ellsiepen, Barbara Hemforth
   
60 Between-group matching of confounding variables: Why covariates remain important for analysis
Christoph Scheepers
   
61 Co-indexing beyond nouns and verbs: The link between visuo-spatial information and abstract adverbs of manner
Ernesto Guerra and Pia Knoeferle
   
62 The properties of people's social circle affect their semantic skills
Shiri Lev-Ari
   
63 Training and timing local enrichments
Emmanuel Chemla, Chris Cummins, Raj Singh
   
64 The role of numerical cognition in signalling question under discussion
Chris Cummins
   
65 Alternative sets in language processing: The mechanisms of activation and competitive inhibition
Nicole Gotzner, Isabell Wartenburger, Katharina Spalek
   
66 Embodied conceptualization in language production
Zhenguang Cai
   
67 Instrument priming: A tale of two strategies
Chung-I Erica Su and Gail Mauner
   
68 Categorization and implicit learning of semantic roles
Eva Wittenberg, Manizeh Khan, Jesse Snedeker
   
69 Processing modifier attachment ambiguities: Evidence from Russian
Daria Chernova and Natalia Slioussar
   
70 The effect of gradient foreign accentedness and listener experience on lexical activation strength and access
Vincent Porretta, Juhani Järvikivi, Benjamin V. Tucker
   
71 Listeners recognize others' speech better than their own
William Schuerman, Antje Meyer, James McQueen
   
72 Phonological representations in adults with dyslexia: Evidence from a perceptual learning paradigm
Margriet Groen and James McQueen
   
FRIDAY 
12:40Poster Programme - RCPE Great Hall
   
1 Overspecification in reference: Modelling size contrast effects
Roger van Gompel, Albert Gatt, Emiel Krahmer, Kees van Deemter
   
2 An information-theoretic account of word memorability
Kyle Mahowald, Phillip Isola, Evelina Fedorenko, Aude Oliva, Edward Gibson
   
3 Common ground and joint utterance production: Evidence from the word chain task
Jaroslaw Lelonkiewicz and Chiara Gambi
   
4 Conceptual causes and consequences of label choice in dialogue
Eugene Philalithis, Anita Böröndi, Holly Branigan
   
5 The relationship between implicit expectations about character behaviour and eating disorder tendencies: Evidence from eye movements during reading
Christina Ralph-Nearman and Ruth Filik
   
6 The earlier, the better? Bilingual cognitive control and age of acquisition
Santa Vinerte and Laura Sabourin
   
7 Susceptibility of language mechanisms to input over development
Marius Janciauskas and Franklin Chang
   
8 Young children represent syntax abstractly, but prefer to use it concretely
Nick Gruberg, Liane Wardlow, Victor Ferreira
   
9 Multiple syntactic processing biases that change over development
Kirsten Abbot-Smith, Franklin Chang, Caroline Rowland, Heather Ferguson, Julian Pine
   
10 The role of different types of cues in disambiguating non-canonical sentences
Valentina Cristante
   
11 The processing of morphosyntactic cues in wh-questions: An eye-tracking study
Atty Schouwenaars, Esther Ruigendijk, Petra Hendriks
   
12 The acquisition of L1-L2 grammatical gender in German-French and English-French bilinguals
Leah Pappas, Carrie Jackson, Janet Van Hell, Katharina Spalek
   
13 Cognitive functioning in late unbalanced bilingualism and multilingualism
Mariana Vega-Mendoza, Antonella Sorace, Thomas H. Bak
   
14 Effects of animacy and semantic relatedness in native and non-native sentence processing: An ERP study
Mariana Vega-Mendoza, Martin Pickering, Mante Nieuwland
   
15 Correlations in hemodynamic fluctuations between cortical regions during non-native phonemic category processing among participants from late childhood to young adulthood
Kiyomi Yatabe, Ei-ichi Hoshino, Reiko Akahane-Yamada, Nozomi Naoi, Yasuyo Minagawa
   
16 Pitch accent type and metrical stress in infant speech segmentation
Bettina Braun, Muna Pohl, Katharina Zahner
   
17 Interactive participation facilitates children’s processing of direct speech reports
Franziska Köder
   
18 Orthographic processing in bilingual children: The role of semantics in cognate recognition
Pauline Schröter
   
19 The impact of task context on children’s acquisition of inflection: Experimental evidence and computational simulation
Moy Joanna, Anna Theakston, Grzegorz Krajewski, Anna Woollams
   
20 Perspective-taking in text is modulated by how information is presented (direct vs. indirect speech)
Steven Frisson, Elisa Back, Alice Rees, Ian Apperly
   
21 Irony and emoticons: Comprehension and emotional impact
Ruth Filik, Alexandra Turcan, Dominic Thompson, Nicole Harvey, Harriet Davies, Hartmut Leuthold
   
22 Which is stronger - gaze versus the recent event preference?
Dato Abashidze, Pia Knoeferle, Maria Nella Carminati
   
23 Knowledge of what others know constrains discourse processing
Yuki Kamide and Anuenue Kukona
   
24 Spatial influences on object accessibility in discourse processing.
Glenn Williams, Anuenue Kukona, Yuki Kamide
   
25 Does pronoun processing vary across languages?
Sol Lago, Shayne Sloggett, Zoe Schlueter, Wing yee Chow, Ellen Lau, Colin Phillips
   
26 Comprehenders infer interaction between meaning intent and grammatical probability
Mark Myslin and Roger Levy
   
27 The processing of morphologically complex words in Turkish heritage speakers
Gunnar Jacob and Bilal Kırkıcı
   
28 Effects of local predictability on eye fixation behavior in silent and oral reading for younger and older adults
Cornelia Moers, Antje Meyer, Esther Janse
   
29 The effect of exposure in cross-dialect perception: Hearing ambiguous /r/ variants in Glaswegian
Robert Lennon
   
30 Directionality and underspecification: The processing of zero-derivation
Jeannique Darby
   
31 Inhibitory interference in reflexives: Evidence for cue confusability
Lena Jäger, Felix Engelmann, Shravan Vasishth
   
32 Early interference effects of non-structural gender: Behavioral evidence from Chinese pronouns and complex reflexives
Jingjing Qian and Fuyun Wu
   
33 Plausibility and filled gap effects in native and non-native sentence processing
Ian Cunnings and Claudia Felser
   
34 WH-dependency resolution interrupts reflexive antecedent search on-line
Michael Frazier, Peter Baumann, Lauren Ackerman, David Potter, Masaya Yoshida
   
35 Agreement inhibits detection of spray/load mismatches in gapping
Michael Frazier and Masaya Yoshida
   
36 Saturating the anticipatory mechanisms of syntactic priming during situated language understanding
Eunice Fernandes, Moreno I. Coco, Holly P. Branigan
   
37 Working memory, inhibition, and grammatical role assignment
Alix Kowalski and Yi Ting Huang
   
38 Readers with less cognitive control are more affected by surprising content
Bruno Nicenboim, Shravan Vasishth, Reinhold Kliegl
   
39 Certain people don’t need modification: The effect of indefiniteness on Japanese relative clause association preferences
Chunhua Bai, Doug Roland, Yuki Hirose
   
40 Shared processing of linguistic and musical structure : Evidence from interference effects
Joris Van de Cavey and Robert Hartsuiker
   
41 Children’s online processing of subject and object relative clauses in Greek
Kalliopi Katsika and Shanley Allen
   
42 Reactivation effects interact with expectation strength
Samar Husain and Shravan Vasishth
   
43 Priming prosody: Speech rate and boundary placement
Kristen Tooley, Agnieszka Konopka, Duane Watson
   
44 Prediction gone wrong: A mouse-tracking study in sentence comprehension
Franklin Chang and Agnieszka Konopka
   
45 Pre-attentive processing of consonantal duration contrasts
Sandra Kotzor, Adam C. Roberts, Allison Wetterlin, Aditi Lahiri
   
46 Individual differences in word recognition in noise
Jens Schmidtke
   
47 Integration of “secondary” information during comprehension: Co-speech gestures and mouth patterns accompanying signs
David Vinson, Pamela Perniss, Wing-San Chan, Amy Rice, Gabriella Vigliocco
   
48 Cognitive cost of switching between standard and dialect varieties
Neil Kirk, Mathieu Declerck, Ken Scott-Brown, Vera Kempe, Andrea Philipp
   
49 Time and again: The changing effect of word and multiword frequency on phonetic duration for highly frequent sequences
Inbal Arnon and Uriel Cohen Priva
   
50 (Mis)binding of thematic roles and grammatical functions in passive sentences
Heeju Hwang
   
51 Is explicit memory for prime sentence structure necessary for lexically based syntactic priming?
Sarah Bernolet, Paul Boon, Miet De Letter, Robert Hartsuiker
   
52 Are thematic roles linked to grammatical function and linear order in the same way? Evidence from structural priming effects in Japanese sentence production
Ying Deng, Douglas Roland, Yuki Hirose
   
53 An electrophysiological analysis of the time course of phonological and orthographic encoding in written word production
Qingqing Qu and Markus Damian
   
54 Language-wide inhibition? Maybe not! Unbalanced bilinguals exhibit balanced switch costs for high-frequency targets
Daniel Kleinman and Tamar Gollan
   
55 The influence of script knowledge on expectations: Evidence from ERPs
Francesca Delogu, Heiner Drenhaus, Matthew Crocker
   
56 Retrieval interference during comprehension of grammatical subject-verb agreement: Evidence from ERPs
Mante S. Nieuwland, Ian Cunnings, Andrea E. Martin, Patrick Sturt
   
57 “What is concrete and abstract and read all over!?” An fMRI study of type coercion in inherent polysemy
Yuan Tao, Andrew Anderson, Massimo Poesio
   
58 Hemispheric sensitivity to frequency and predictability: Evidence from early and late ERPs
Yoana Vergilova, Heiner Drenhaus, Matthew Crocker
   
59 Out of use, out of mind? First language processing in a Dutch emigrant population in Anglophone North America
Bregtje Seton, Susanne Brouwer, Laurie Stowe, Monika Schmid
   
60 Proficient bilinguals’ lexical access is affected by the context of interlocutor identity
Monika Molnar, Clara Martin, Antonio Ibañez, Manuel Carreiras
   
61 Transitivity alternations in English: Processing subcategorization frames
Gillian Ramchand, Bjorn Lundquist, Martin Corley, Mai Tungseth, Antonella Sorace
   
62 Spatial attention and implied speed in sentence comprehension: Path and adverb manipulations
Shane Lindsay, Christoph Scheepers, Yuki Kamide
   
63 Orthography-semantics consistency: A new measure and its impact on visual word recognition
Marco Marelli, Simona Amenta, Davide Crepaldi
   
64 The influence of lexical association on syntactic analysis: Eye movement evidence
Anna Fiona Weiß, Franziska Kretzschmar, Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, Adrian Staub
   
65 Does a prediction benefit outlast grammatical violations? A double-violation ERP study.
Dominik Freunberger
   
66 The misinterpretation of noncanonical sentences revisited
Markus Bader and Michael Meng
   
67 Semantic interference effects in picture naming: The effect of manipulating type of semantic relations on name retrieval times
Melanie Vitkovitch, Anita Potton, Hisma Begum, Aimen Hasham, Mary-Maria Johnson
   
68 Limits to cross-modal semantic and object shape priming in sentence context
Joost Rommers and Falk Huettig
   
69 Before and after, and processing presuppositions in discourse
Ming Xiang, Emily Hanink, Genna Vegh
   
70 Prediction of optional heads for maintaining incrementality of parsing
Nina Kazanina
   
71 Cascaded lexical processing to semantics in spoken embedded words
Jenna Todd Jones, Jeffrey Bowers, Nina Kazanina
   
SATURDAY 
12:40Poster Programme - RCPE Great Hall
   
1 From guessing to getting it right: The initial development of an L2 lexicon
Geertje van Bergen, Béryl Hilberink-Schulpen, Ton Dijkstra
   
2 Putting things in new places: Verb-based prediction in L1 and L2 sentence processing
Monique Flecken and Geertje van Bergen
   
3 “Right now, Sophie *swims in the pool?!” Processing of grammatical aspect in native and second language readers
Kelly Walbert and Monique Flecken
   
4 When growing a fruitless tree is a fruitless effort: Context modulation of the processing of morpheme meanings in complex words
Simona Amenta, Marco Marelli, Davide Crepaldi
   
5 Structural alignment is greater in dialogue than in monologue
Iva Ivanova and Victor Ferreira
   
6 Social influences on the regularization of unpredictable linguistic variation
Olga Feher, Simon Kirby, Kenny Smith
   
7 The power of imageability: Effects of semantic factors on the acquisition of inflections
Filip Smolik And Adam Kříž
   
8 The development of eye-movements in three different orthographies: An eye-tracking investigation
Sascha Schroeder, Tuomo Häikiö, Ascen Pagan, Jonny Dickins, Jukka Hynönä
   
9 Limits and variations of linguistic generalizations
Silvia Radulescu, Frank Wijnen, Sergey Avrutin
   
10 The bouba effect: Sound-shape iconicity is based on roundness
John Matthew Jones, David Vinson, Nourane Clostre, Alex Lau Zhu, Julio Santiago, Gabriella Vigliocco
   
11 Sensitivity to prosodic cues and thematic emphasis in children’s sentence continuation
Mirta Vernice and Maria Teresa Guasti
   
12 Subject-verb agreement attraction in production by Japanese learners of English
Mayuko Yusa, Jungho Kim, Noriaki Yusa, Masatoshi Koizumi
   
13 How persistent is syntactic priming? Exploring long-term priming effects in children and adults
Katherine Messenger
   
14 Computational modeling of acquisition of vocal imitation using interaction between a virtual infant and a human participant
Heikki Rasilo
   
15 Tracking emerging sensitivity to L2 morphosyntax: Evidence for the role of the L1 from two longitudinal studies of early learners
Alison Gabriele, Robert Fiorentino, Jose Aleman Banon, Lauren Covey, Amy Rossomondo
   
16 Memory retrieval favors referential antecedents: Interference effects in the processing of reflexives
Peter Baumann and Masaya Yoshida
   
17 Number attraction effects on object-clitic agreement in Spanish: Evidence from native and non-native speakers
Adam Zawiszewski and Mikel Santesteban
   
18 A comparison of music and language reading: Rapid eye-movement effects of musical incongruence
Lauren Hadley, Patrick Sturt, Martin Pickering
   
19 Thematic fit does not always help ambiguity resolution
Manabu Arai, Chie Nakamura, Yuki Hirose
   
20 Getting ready for a surprise
Manabu Arai, Yuki Hirose, Chie Nakamura
   
21 Modeling visual world eye-tracking data: Insights from fMRI
Emily Atkinson, Akira Omaki, Colin Wilson
   
22 Grammatical faithfulness in processing of multiple dependencies
Emily Atkinson and Akira Omaki
   
23 Case and finiteness versus structural position in subject-verb attachment
Nathan Arnett and Matt Wagers
   
24 Eye movements during the processing of pronominal relative clauses
Douglas Roland, Yuki Hirose, Gail Mauner, Stephani Foraker
   
25 The expectation effect of roles and role fillers in Korean: Evidence from ERP and self-paced reading studies
Hongoak Yun, Dongsu Lee, Hey-in Jeong, Upyong Hong
   
26 Temporal dynamics of extraction from WH-islands: A speed-accuracy trade-off study
Sandra Villata, Brian Mcelree, Julie Franck
   
27 Navigating interference effects in agreement in sentence comprehension
Julie Franck, Maria Lucia Cali, Luigi Rizzi
   
28 Small clause availability triggers high attachment in English
Nino Grillo, Bruno Fernandes, João Costa, Andrea Santi
   
29 Comprehension priming evidence for elliptical structures
Julian Grove, Emily Hanink, Ming Xiang
   
30 Adding a third WH-phrase sometimes increases the acceptability of multiple-WH-questions
Lauren Ackerman and Masaya Yoshida
   
31 Repeated exposure to a word meaning protects against interference from exposure to its alternative meaning
Hannah Betts, Zhenguang Cai, Jennifer Rodd
   
32 Disfluency and attention in language comprehension
Sam Miller, Martin Corley, Martin Pickering, Ian Finlayson, Eleanor Drake
   
33 Elaboration of targets and non-targets in online sentence comprehension
Philip Hofmeister and Shravan Vasishth
   
34 Participants exploit dependencies hidden in studies employing latin square designs
Jakub Szewczyk
   
35 English resumptive pronouns are predicted by bare-bones syntax
Adam Morgan
   
36 Working memory and distance in language production
Markus Bader
   
37 Priming from music to language: Effects of number marking on the priming of relative clause attachment in Spanish
Mythili Menon and Elsi Kaiser
   
38 Parafoveal preview benefit during second language reading
Chi Yui Leung and Masatoshi Sugiura
   
39 No morphology in the parafovea: Evidence from an invisible-boundary eye-tracking experiment
Federica Degno and Davide Crepaldi
   
40 Independent effects of beat gesture and pitch accent on processing words in context
Diana Dimitrova, Mingyan Chu, Lin Wang, Asli Özyürek, Peter Hagoort
   
41 On-line processing of moral transgressions: ERP evidence for spontaneous evaluation
Hartmut Leuthold, Angelika Kunkel, Ian Grant Mackenzie, Ruth Filik
   
42 Examining the neural correlates of irony and sarcasm: An fMRI study
Ruth Filik, Alexandra Turcan, Christina Ralph-Nearman, Alain Pitiot
   
43 Modeling neural correlates of syntactic structure building
John Hale, Frederick Callaway, Elana Feldman, Jaclyn Jeffrey-Wilensky, David Lutz, Adam Mahar, Jonathan Brennan
   
44 Recasting the eLAN as an attentional efficiency-dependent enhancement of the N100
Christopher Barkley, Robert Kluender, Marta Kutas
   
45 From case markers to phrase structures: ERP evidence on predictive sentence processing in Korean
Yunju Nam, Hongoak Yun, Eunyong Chung, Upyong Hong
   
46 Working memory influences processing of whether-islands: The N400 reflects gap predictability in high span readers
Dan Michel, Robert Kluender, Seana Coulson
   
47 The downstream consequences of form-to-expectation mismatch
Emily S. Nichols, Marc F. Joanisse, Thomas A. Farmer
   
48 CLIQS: Cross-linguistic investigations in quantitative syntax
Richard Futrell, Kyle Mahowald, Edward Gibson
   
49 The role of global syntactic context in structural priming: Evidence from German
Gunnar Jacob, Kalliopi Katsika, Alina Kholodova, Neiloufar Family, Shanley Allen
   
50 Resolving lexical ambiguity using sub-phonemic duration cues: Did you hear “place kin” or “play skin”?
Yoonjeong Lee, Elsi Kaiser, Louis Goldstein
   
51 The recognition of assimilated forms during real-time comprehension: Effects of phonological context and priming
Mercedeh Mohaghegh and Craig Chambers
   
52 Production of noun phrases containing allophonic word-onsets
Emily Darley, Markus Damian, Nina Kazanina
   
53 Phonological units of speech production in Mandarin-English bilinguals: Variable or fixed strategies?
Laura Burchfield and Ann Bradlow
   
54 Parafoveal processing of phonological and orthographic information in children and adults during sentence reading
Simon Tiffin-Richards and Sascha Schroeder
   
55 Prosodic prominence: Information status or production fluency?
Jennifer Arnold and Elise Rosa
   
56 The time course of semantic constraints in pronoun resolution
Israel de la Fuente and Barbara Hemforth
   
57 Information density and the use of discourse cues
Fatemeh Torabi Asr and Vera Demberg
   
58 Much of flies and insects. Cross-language activation and inhibition in interlingual homographs comprehension.
Joanna Durlik, Jakub Szewczyk, Zofia Wodniecka
   
59 No squirrel likes collecting nuts. An ERP study on quantification, prediction, and cloze probability.
Dominik Freunberger and Dietmar Roehm
   
60 Incremental processing of quantificational restriction: Evidence from cross-modal probe recognition
Petra Augurzky, Oliver Bott, Wolfgang Sternefeld, Rolf Ulrich
   
61 Looking beyond accessible referents. Effects of different types of indefinite noun phrases on the subsequent discourse
Sofiana Chiriacescu
   
62 Hemispheric differences in processing the scenario relevance of words in discourse
Ross Metusalem, Marta Kutas, Thomas P. Urbach, Jeffrey L. Elman
   
63 The truth before and after: Temporal connectives modulate online sensitivity to truth-value
Mante S. Nieuwland
   
64 How vertical hand movements impact brain activity elicited by literally and metaphorically related words
Seana Coulson and Megan Bardolph
   
65 Effects of working memory load on the processing of numerals and standard scalar quantifiers
Laine Stranahan, Qingqing Wu, Jesse Snedeker, Manizeh Khan
   
66 Gaps within fillers are not better than gaps within subjects
Grant Goodall
   
67 Psycholinguistic evidence for “plural” as a value of gender in Konso
Mulugeta Tsegaye, Maaren Mous, Niels Schiller