International Morphological Processing Conference (MoProc)

from Thursday, 22 June 2017 (03:40) to Saturday, 24 June 2017 (22:30)
SISSA Main Campus (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
22 Jun 2017
23 Jun 2017
24 Jun 2017
AM
08:30
Registration (until 09:30) (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
09:30
Welcome -Prof. Davide Crepaldi (SISSA) (until 09:40) (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
09:40
Contributed papers 1 (until 10:40) (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
09:40 Special role of morphology in English writing - Anastasia Ulicheva (Royal Holloway University of London)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
Slides
10:00 Semantic interference and morphological facilitation in overt compound production: Behavioral and ERP evidence - Stefanie Regel (Humboldt University Berlin)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
10:20 The influence of task constraints on morphological processing during written word production - Pauline QUEMART (University of Poitiers, France)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
10:40 --- Coffee ---
11:10
Contributed papers 2 (until 12:30) (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
11:10 The role of semantic context in early morphological processing - Mirjana Bozic (University of Cambridge)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
11:30 Semantic effects in morphological priming: A cross-modal study of Hebrew - Yael Farhy (University of Potsdam)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
Slides
11:50 Orthography-Semantic Consistency contribution to explaining semantic effects in masked morphological priming. - Simona Amenta (Ghent University)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
12:10 The role of surprisal in processing grammatical aspect during reading - Aki-Juhani Kyröläinen (University of Turku)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
08:30
Registration (until 09:00) (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
09:00
Symposium 1 -- Quantitative Morphology (until 10:30) (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
paper
09:05 A reflection on psycholinguistics through its questions about morphology and the mental lexicon - Emmanuel Keuleers (Tilburg School of Humanities Department of Communication and Information Sciences)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
09:25 Finding structure in form and time: Discriminative explorations in quantitative morphology - Micheal Ramscar (University of Tubingen)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
09:45 Storage vs. Processing in Models of Word Inflection. A Neuro-computational Hebbian Perspective - Vito Pirrelli (CNR, Pisa)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
10:05 Are baboons learning “orthographic” representations? Probably not. - Michael Ramscar (Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen) Harald Baayen (Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen/University of Alberta) Maja Linke (Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien (IWM)) Franziska Broeker (Institut für Geodäsie und Photogrammetrie)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
10:30 --- Coffee ---
10:50
Contributed papers 4 (until 12:10) (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
10:50 The neural bases and distributional factors underlying learning and generalization of morphological inflections - Tali Bitan (Department of Psychology, IIPDM, University of Haifa; Department of Speech Pathology, University of Toronto)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
Slides
11:10 Reading derived words in Italian children with and without dyslexia: The effect of root length - Cristina Burani (Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies, ISTC-CNR, Rome; Department of Life Sciences, University of Trieste)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
Slides
11:30 Development of morphological processing in spelling - Helen Breadmore (Coventry University)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
11:50 A longitudinal perspective on masked morphological priming in children - Sascha Schroeder (Max Planck Institute for Human Development)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
Slides
09:30
Symposium 3 -- Theoretical linguistics (until 10:50) (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
09:30 Vague and vacuous morphological decomposition - Adam Albright (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
09:50 From grammar induction to learning and processing - Sebastian Bank (University of Leipzig)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
Slides
10:10 Storing morphologically complex forms: convergent evidence from grammar and psycholinguistics - Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero (University of Manchester)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
Slides
10:30 Beyond affix-stripping: Generalisation and processing of 'pure morphology' - João Veríssimo (University of Potsdam)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
Slides
10:50
Poster 2 (with coffee) (until 12:45) (SISSA Park)
10:50 An fMRI study of morphological decomposition in the recognition of case-inflected nouns: Dissociation of inflection and case - Kira Gor (University of Maryland)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 Beyond decomposition: Processing zero-derivations in English visual word recognition - Christos Pliatsikas (School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences, University of Reading)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 Compound processing in semantic variant of Primary Progressive Aphasia - Christina Manouilidou (University of Ljubljana)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 Encoding numerosity into number morphology: An ERP study - Giorgio Arcara (IRCCS Fondazione Ospedale San Camillo, Venice, Italy)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 Executive function deficit affects online morphological processing: evidence from Mild Cognitive Impairment. - Christina Manouilidou (University of Ljubljana)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 Form overlap vs. morphological complexity in L1 and L2 processing - Beinan Zhou (University of Oxford) Sandra Kotzor (University of Oxford)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 Four attemps to find morphological effects using complex and simple stimuli as primes: a matter of orthography - Miguel Lázaro (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 How do we decompose foreign words? Comparing masked priming effects in visual word recognition in a native and non-native language. - Eva Viviani (SISSA)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 How strongly are morphologically related words connected: evidence from Russian verbs - Natalia Slioussar (School of linguistics, HSE, Moscow) Anastasia Chuprina (School of linguistics, HSE, Moscow)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 Morphological awareness and visual processing of derivational morphology in high functioning adults with dyslexia: An avenue to compensation? - Jeremy Law (KU Leuven)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 Morphological encoding in bilingual children: Evidence from behavioural measures and ERPs - Anna Jessen (University of Potsdam)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 Morphological processing impairments in Parkinson’s disease: effects of regularity, disease progression, and sex - Jana Reifegerste (Potsdam Research Institute for Multilingualism, University of Potsdam, Germany)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 Position-specific productivity in compound word processing - Jana Hasenäcker (Max Planck Institute for Human Development, MPRG Reading Education and Development)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 Processing zero-derived and non-derived Forms in L1 and L2 English - Filiz Rızaoğlu (Pamukkale University)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 Semantic transparency and semantic compositionality in compound words: Evidence from lexical decision latencies and fixation times in reading - Fritz Günther (University of Tübingen)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 Spatiotemporal dynamics of morphological processing in adults with dyslexia - Eddy Cavalli (Laboratoire de Psychologie Cognitive, Aix-Marseille Université & CNRS)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 Stem allomorphy effects in word recognition in individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and mild cognitive impairment. - Alexandre Nikolaev (University of Eastern Finland)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 Substitution letter effects in Russian nouns: implications for morphological decomposition - Natalia Slioussar (HSE, Moscow, & St.Petersburg State University) Svetlana Alexeeva (St.Petersburg State University)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 The role of morphology in the processing of English-Turkish false cognates: Evidence from a backward lexical translation task - Bilal Kirkici (Middle East Technical University)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 The role of orthography in the L2 processing of complex words: An overt priming study. - Laura Anna Ciaccio (Potsdam Research Institute for Multilingualism, University of Potsdam)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 Time-course of auditory repetition vs. morphological priming - Amy Goodwin Davies (University of Pennsylvania) Robert Wilder (University of Pennsylvania)   (SISSA Park)
10:50 White matter correlates of morphological processing in word reading - Maya Yablonski (Bar Ilan University)   (SISSA Park)
PM
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Contributed papers 3 (until 15:20) (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
14:00 Morphological effects on pronunciation in German - Betty Mousikou (Reading Education and Development, Max Planck Institute for Human Development)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
14:20 Cross-morphemic transposed letter effects argue against a single decompositional pathway - Marcus Taft (School of Psychology, UNSW Sydney, Australia)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
Slides
14:40 When we tolerate a morphosyntactic error: An ERP study on non-native accented speech - Sendy Caffarra (Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
Slides
15:00 Stages of morphological processing revealed by rhyme priming - Robert Wilder (University of Pennsylvania) Amy Goodwin Davies (University of Pennsylvania)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20
Poster 1 (until 17:30) (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 A sensitive period for morphology? Morphosyntactic feature retrieval in bilinguals - Sina Bosch (University of Potsdam, Potsdam Research Institute for Multilingualism)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 Challenging late vocabulary insertion: Evidence from Russian - Varvara Magomedova (Stony Brook University)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 Comparison of sensitivity to case violations across native and nonnative speakers of Turkish - Kira Gor (University of Maryland) Basak Karatas (University of Maryland)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 Contemporary French morphology trends: A case-study of formal neologisms in newspapers monitor corpora - Emmanuel Cartier (LIPN, Université Paris 13)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 Derivational depth and the role of the lexicon in morphological decomposition - Swetlana Schuster (University of Oxford) Aditi Lahiri (University of Oxford)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 Dissociating derivational and inflectional priming: Evidence from older bilinguals - Jana Reifegerste (Potsdam Research Institute for Multilingualism, University of Potsdam, Germany)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 Do all complex words have the same degree of complexity? - Carina Pinto (CLUL)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 Do morphological features of different deverbal nominals affect their reading? - Isidora Gatarić (Social Sciences and Computing, University of Belgrade, Serbia)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 Does working memory have an impact on second language processing of inflection: The case of English past tense morphology - Filiz Rızaoğlu (Pamukkale University)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 Grammatical category in the neural representation of derived forms: Evidence from Italian. - Francesca Carota (Humboldt University)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 How Finnish morphology can confuse the L2-speaker - Rosa Salmela (Åbo Akademi University) Raymond Bertram (University of Turku)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 Implicit and explicit morphological awareness: Insight from developmental trajectories and implications for future research - Hannah-Leigh Nicholls (Coventry University)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 Inflectional regularity and gender in agreement processing: evidence from Russian - Pavel Shilin (St.Petersburg State University) Natalia Slioussar (HSE, Moscow, & St.Petersburg State University)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 Is prefix identification position-specific? - Julia Carden (University of Buenos Aires)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 Morphological processing interacts with form priming - Sandra Kotzor (University of Oxford; Oxford Brookes University) Beinan Zhou (University of Oxford)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 Reading complex words in Hebrew as a non-concatenative language - Marina Oganyan (University of Washington)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 Semantic transparency affects morphological priming…eventually - Vera Heyer (University of Braunschweig)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 Simple event nominals do (not) exist in Serbian: Theoretical and empirical evidence - Sanja Radman (Department of English Studies, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad, Serbia)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 The interference of animacy in the processing of morphological number - Francesca Franzon (Department of Neuroscience, University of Padova)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 The suffix priming effect in children: A developmental perspective - Prof. Miguel Lázaro (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
12:10
Lunch (until 13:50) (Cafeteria (main building, level 0))
13:50
Contributed papers 5 (until 15:10) (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
13:50 Taking morphology a level higher: A lemma-extended interactive activation model - João Veríssimo (University of Potsdam)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
Slides
14:10 Evaluating the impact of relations in compound processing: a simulation study in distributional semantics - Marco Marelli (University of Milano-Bicocca)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
14:30 The role of competition between conceptual relations during compound word recognition: Evidence from spoken and visual word recognition - Daniel Schmidtke (University of Alberta)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
Slides
14:50 The role of context in compound detection during reading of unspaced text - Raymond Bertram (University of Turku)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:10
Symposium 2 -- The time course of morphological processing as revealed by analyses of distributions and of means (until 16:10) (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:10 Survival analysis: A tool for timing semantic and formal effects on derived and compound word recognition - Victor Kuperman (McMaster University)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
Slides
15:30 Novel insights in morphological processing from Dynamic Survival Analysis and Quantile Regression - R. Harald Baayen (U Tubingen)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:50 The time course of BOAT-FLOAT facilitation and its implication for morphological processing - Laurie Feldman (SUNY, Albany & Haskins Labs)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
16:10 --- Coffee ---
16:30
Special Event 2 -- The Future of Morphology (until 18:00) (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
20:00
Social Dinner (until 23:00) ()
12:45
Lunch (until 14:30) (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
14:30
Symposium 4 -- Morphology and Neuroscience (until 16:00) (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
slides
14:40 MRI and morphological processing: Where are we, and where to go next? - Christos Pliatsikas (School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences, University of Reading)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:00 Morphologically complex words in the brain: Neuromagnetic evidence - Alina Leminen (Department of Psychology and Logopedics, University of Helsinki)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:20 Morphological processing – the past and future of electrophysiological evidence - Eva Smolka (Universität Konstanz)   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
15:40 Closing remarks   (Lecture Hall Paolo Budinich)
16:00
Excursion to Pirano (until 22:00) ()
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