Воркшоп по экспериментальной лингвистике, Питер, завтра-послезавтра

18-19 декабря 2015 года в СПбГУ пройдет Третий международный зимний симпозиум по экспериментальным исследованиям языка и речи «The Night Whites Language Workshop».

Симпозиум призван объединить исследователей, работающих в разных научных областях связанных с экспериментальным изучением языка, речи, их психических и биологических механизмов, развития, патологии и т.д. В рамках симпозиума российские и зарубежные исследователи выступят с докладами, в которых будут затронуты следующие темы:

  • психолингвистика,
  • нейролингвистика,
  • компьютерное моделирование языковых процессов,
  • экспериментальная фонетика,
  • психофизиология и патофизиология речевой функции,
  • смежные с вышестоящими темы.

Рабочий язык: английский.

Адрес проведения: СПбГУ, Галерная ул., д.58-60


9:15-9:45 Registration

9:45-10:00 Opening remarks by Tatiana Chernigovskaya

10:00-11:00 Keynote Lecture 1:

Controlling competition in speaking:

Brain potentials to morphological encoding during language production

Harald Clahsen

11:00-11:25 Coffee break

11:25-13:05 Session 1

11:25-11:50 Relative clause processing in Turkish

11:50-12:15 Picture-Sentence Mismatches in the Blank Screen Paradigm

Emine Yarar

Katharina Wendler

The role of second language proficiency (L2) on in semantic priming: Evidence

from bilingual adult Russian (L1) –English (L2) speakers

Evgenia Volkovyskaya

How number attraction affects the comprehension of grammatical sentences

Katja Suckow

13:05-14:00 Lunch break (sandwiches will be provided, one can buy hot food can be purchased in

the departmental canteen)

14:00-15:40 Session 2

Imageability and past tense: imageability effects are not limited to irregular

Filip Smolík

The role of syncretism in number agreement: new evidence from Russian

Natalia Slioussar

Online neurophysiological measures of lexicon acquisition

Yury Shtyrov

Extended syllable cues in tip-of-the-tongue resolution

Nina Jeanette Sauer

15:40-16:05 Coffee break

16:05-17:45 Session 3

Sleep–related consolidation of new form–meaning mappings in adult language


Anastasia Roshchupkina

Number attraction in Serbian: What is more attractive?

Bojana Ristić

The role of intonation for spoken word recognition: experimental evidence

Elena Riekhakaynen

Sources of processing difficulty in relative clauses: Evidence from Russian

Iya Khelm Price

17:45-18:00 Short break

18:00-19:00 Keynote Lecture 2:

(to appear soon)

Hanne Gram Simonsen

19:00-20:30 Posters with reception

Saturday, December 19

10:00-11:00 Keynote Lecture 3:

Dialogue mechanisms for mutual understanding

Simon Garrod

11:00-11:25 Coffee break

11:25-13:05 Session 4

11:25-11:50 Voluntary naming in bilinguals : Effects of subliminal priming on language

11:50-12:15 Overlap and interface between simulated knowledge representations


Seema Prasad

Andriy Myachykov

Spatial Semantics of 506 Russian Nouns

Alex Miklashevsky

Prosodic factors influencing vowel reduction in Russian

Daniil Kocharov

13:05-14:00 Lunch break (sandwiches will be provided, one can buy hot food in the canteen)

14:00-15:40 Session 5

Language as is: a multimodal initiative

Andrej A. Kibrik

“Lost and found”: Applying the savings paradigm in case of pervasive

language loss

Ludmila Isurin

Individual Differences in Suprasegmental Prosody: L2 Acquisition versus L1


Lindy Comstock

Schalter, šapka, šaška – An Eye Tracking Study of Coactivation in the Mental

Lexicon of Russian-German Bilinguals

Christina Clasmeier

15:40-16:05 Coffee break

16:05-17:45 Session 6

The role of visual representations in optic aphasia

Enrico Cipriani

Developing a Russian test for speech mapping during awake craniotomy

Anna Chrabaszcz

MEG correlates of short-term grammatical plasticity: Grammatical number

processing in Spanish learners of Basque

Ainhoa Bastarrika

Mixing languages in formal schooling: Where are the negative consequences?

Eneko Antón

17:45-18:00 Short break

18:00-19:00 Keynote Lecture 4:

Half empty or half full? Nonnative lexical access

Kira Gor

19:00-19:15 Conference closure

Poster session

1. Russian declensional paradigms from the perspective of the informational approach

Maria D. Vasilyeva

2. Good and bad are green and black: Evidence from a Stroop effect

Elina Tsigeman

3. Bilinguals’ processing of cognates in native language environment

Irina Temnikova

4. Tongue tip stiffness in Russian trills and laterals

5. Investigating comprehension of nouns and verbs: accuracy and reaction time data

Olga Soloukhina

6. Processing differences between synthetic and root compounds

Stefanie Rößler

7. The use of gender marking for predictive processing in Norwegian

Yulia Rodina

8. Effects of derivational semantics on mental comparison

Zoya Rezanova

9. Biliteracy development in two orthographically distinct alphabetic writing systems:

Evidence from Turkish and English speaking children in the UK

Ilhan Raman

10. Role of attention in sentence production

Mikhail Pokhoday

11. The acceptable reduction degree for successful spoken word recognition

Yulia Nigmatulina

12. Priming «Author-Reader» Interaction

Julia Nenasheva

13. The word in itself: what else affects multimodal perception of verbal stimuli?

Elena D. Nekrasova

14. Processing of simple and suffixed Russian words: structural and semantic priming

15. An ERP-study on Russian auditory word processing

Kristina Memetova

16. The Font-Size Effect in Judgments of Learning with Sentences

Beatriz Martín-Luengo

17. A letter visual-similarity matrix for the Russian alphabet

Alena Konina

18. Developing a language subtest to assess expressive agrammatism: data of healthy

controls and individuals with aphasia

Anastasia Kobzeva

19. Speaker Compensation for Physical Obstacles in the Mouth Due to EMA Experiment

Olga Glotova

20. Eye-catching ambiguity: an eye-tracking study of ambiguity resolution

Daria Chernova

21. The characteristics of heterosensory priming in children of preschool age with typical

and atypical development

L. V. Cherenkova

22. The Effect of Interlocutor’s Language Modality on Deaf Children’s Pragmatic Profile

and Communication

Felipe Venâncio Barbosa

23. Sign therapy? Language assessment on pre and post intervention in atypical sign

Felipe Venâncio Barbosa

24. Strength of the recent event preference: the case of verb-action incongruence

Dato Abashidze

Об авторе Лидия Пивоварова

СПбГУ - старший преподаватель, University of Helsinki - PhD student http://philarts.spbu.ru/structure/sub-faculties/itah_phil/teachers/pivovarova
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