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Akamas D [clear filter]
Friday, September 18
 

09:00 EEST

Big data approaches to understanding visual word recognition

09:00

Moving beyond the monosyllable  in models of skilled reading: Mega-study of disyllabic nonword reading | K. Rastle, B. Mousikou, J. Sadat, R. Lucas

09:20

Can reaction  times from massive online experiments be used  to study visual word recognition? P. Mandera,  E. Keuleers, M. Stevens, M. Brysbaert

09:40

How spurious can you get? Charting the sensitivity and specificity of typical psycholinguistic experiments with megastudy data | M. Stevens, P. Mandera, E. Keuleers, M. Brysbaert

10:00

Quality, not quantity: Register  is more important than size in corpus–based frequency  estimation | D. Crepaldi, S. Amenta, P. Mandera, E. Keuleers, M. Brysbaert

10:20

Contextual diversity, not frequency,  predicts children’s word reading  accuracy | K. Nation, B. Vandekerckhove, J. Ricketts

10:40

Discussion


Friday September 18, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Akamas D

11:30 EEST

Memory I

11:30

Properties of retrieval-induced forgetting in motor memory | T. Tempel, C. Frings

11:50

Effects of auditory distraction  on memory and meta-memory: The case of encoding | P. Beaman, M. Hanczakowski, D. Jones

12:10

The effect of a storyteller’s gaze  direction on memory performance and psychophysiological responses in children | T. Helminen,  J. Lähteenmäki, A. Engdahl,  J. Hietanen

12:30

Memory frames: The effect of retrieval query format on source recollection | A. Raposo, S. Frade, M. Alves

12:50

Age of acquisition  and frequency  affect memory: Evidence  from free recall of pictures  and words | I. Raman, S. Ikier, E. Raman, E. Kilecioglu


Friday September 18, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Akamas D

14:20 EEST

Memory II

14:20

Ownership and Memory: The Mere Ownership Effect depends on Semantic Processing J. Englert, D. Wentura

14:40

Selective  directed  forgetting: Boundary conditions  and underlying mechanisms | C. Aguirre, C. Gómez-Ariza,  P. Andrés,  G. Mazzoni, M.T. Bajo

15:00

Is it really all relative? The role of relative judgment  in absolute identification | D. Guest, J. Adelman, C. Kent

15:20

The influence of joint attention on visual working memory: Effects of emotional expression M. Jackson, S. Gregory

15:40

Prospective memory and second language education: what influences teachers' evaluation? D. Basso, M. Cottini


Friday September 18, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Akamas D
 
Saturday, September 19
 

09:00 EEST

How cognition supports social interaction: From joint action to dialogue

09:00

Partial representation of a co-actor's task during joint action planning: Evidence  from EEG studies | D. Kourtis 

09:20

Perception-action links from a group perspective | N. Sebanz, V. Ramenzoni, G. Knoblich 

09:40

Modulations of action performance to communicate to a joint action partner | C. Vesper 

10:00

Gesture, gaze  and the body in the coordination  of turns in conversation | J. Holler, K.H. Kendrick

10:20

Listening between the lines: Theory of Mind network drives neural motor activity during indirect request processing | S. Rueschemeyer, M. van Ackeren

10:40

Discussion

 


Saturday September 19, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Akamas D

11:30 EEST

Cognitive control I

11:30

Conflict management: Reactive withdrawal from conflict | D. Dignath, A. Kiesel, A. Eder

11:50

The neural bases of proactive  and reactive  control processes in normal aging F. Collette, M. Manard,  S. François, E. Salmon

12:10

Positive and negative mind-wandering relate differently to executive  control processes D. Marcusson-Clavertz, E. Cardeña

12:30

Is eye contact facilitating of interfering with cognitive processing? J.K. Hietanen,  A. Myllyneva, T.M. Helminen, P. Lyyra

12:50

Effects of losing and winning on approach motivation and decision-making F. Verbruggen, C. Chambers, N. Lawrence, I. McLaren


Saturday September 19, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Akamas D

14:20 EEST

Cognitive control II

14:20

Self-organized versus externally controlled multiple cognitive task requirements A. Kiesel, D. Dignath

14:40

Priority shifts in dual-task control - response scheduling strategies in cross-modal action A. Pieczykolan, L. Huestegge

15:00

Individual differences in response control tasks understood through competitive accumulation models | P. Sumner, C. Hedge,  G. Powell, A. Bompas

15:20

Demands on executive  functioning can differ among monolinguals: Switch cost profiles in balanced vs. unbalanced bidialectal speakers N. Kirk, V. Kempe, K. Scott-Brown,  A. Philipp, M. Declerck

15:40

Selective  tuning of cognitive control brain areas during instructed task preparation C. González-García, A.F. Palenciano, J.E. Arco, M. Ruz


Saturday September 19, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Akamas D
 
Sunday, September 20
 

09:00 EEST

The cognitive effects of bilingualism

09:00

On the cross-talk between language and executive  control in bilinguals M. Calabria, G. Cattaneo, A. Costa

09:20

Examining the effects of active versus inactive bilingualism on executive  control in a carefully matched non-immigrant sample | A. de Bruin, T.H. Bak, S. Della Sala

09:40

How does bilingualism shape non-linguistic cognitive abilities across lifespan? J.A. Duñabeitia, M. Carreiras

10:00

A neuroimaging perspective on the interaction between language switching skills and cognitive control in bilingual populations | E. Struys,  M. van den Noort

10:20

Cognition throughout  the lifespan: Power of the bilingual experience | E. Woumans, W. Duyck


Sunday September 20, 2015 09:00 - 10:40 EEST
Akamas D
 
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