Abstract Booklet

Sunday 11/09
11.30 Registration + lunch
13.00 Conference opening
13.10 Symposium on the cognitive effects of bilingualism

Presentations by Thomas Bak, Kenneth Paap, Esli Struys, and Evy Woumans
Followed by a (heated) discussion

15.00 Afternoon break
15.20 Talk session 1: Sentence processing
[T1.1] Reanalysing object gaps in non-native sentence processing: Evidence from ERPs
Anna Jessen & Claudia Felser
[T1.2] Task sensitivity in bilingual sentence comprehension: Evidence for “good enough” processing
Maryann Tan & Anouschka Foltz
[T1.3] L2 processing of complex noun phrases in English
Shanley Allen, Leigh Fernandez, Mary Elliott, Hannah Powers, Neiloufar Family, & Kalliopi Katsika
[T1.4] Syntactic conflict between languages in second-language sentence processing: An ERP study
Kristin Lemhöfer & Anne Mickan
16.40  Keynote 1: Jon Andoni Duñabeitia
18.00  Reception

Monday 12/09
09.30 Talk session 2: Morphosyntax and speech
[T2.1] Form and function in the multilingual mind: The L2 English influence on Chinese learners’ L3 Swedish definiteness markers
Anders Agebjörn & Frida Splendido
[T2.2] Incidental learning of a complex agreement rule in L2: The role of frequency and working memory
Nadiia Denhovska
[T2.3] Elucidating the underlying mechanism of syntactic co-activation: Are rules simply co-active, or are they fully interactive?
Awel Vaughan-Evans, Guillaume Thierry, & Manon Jones
[T2.4] Time course of phonological encoding in proficient bilinguals
Audrey Bürki, Jasmin Sadat, & F.-Xavier Alario
10.50 Morning break
11.10 Talk session 3: Executive functions
[T3.1] Do executive functions influence literacy skills differently in mono- and bilinguals?
Sophia Czapka & Julia Festman
[T3.2] The effects of alternational code-switching on executive functions
Julia Hofweber, Theodoros Marinis, & Jeanine Treffers-Daller
[T3.3] One brain, one language, two codes? The curious case of Norwegian
Viktória Havas & Mila Vulchanova
[T3.4] Executive control network in monolinguals and bilinguals: A structural equation modelling approach
Beinan Zhou & Andrea Krott
12.30 Lunch + Poster session 1
  [P1.1] Syntactic mimicry and its prosocial effects in L1 and L2
Loes Abrahams & M. Teresa Bajo
  [P1.2] School Readiness and Reading: Does Bilingualism matter?
Laura Alaria, Tamara Patrucco-Nanchen, Céline Béguin, Diane Poulin-Dubois, Margaret Friend, & Pascal Zesiger
  [P1.3] The development of cognitive control and working memory during second language acquisition: A longitudinal study
Sofie Ameloot, Evy Woumans, & Eva Van Assche
  [P1.4] Anaphoric dependencies in Basque cL2 language acquisition
Maialen Iraola Azpiroz & Maria-José Ezeizabarrena
  [P1.5] Do we use the same mechanisms of cognitive control in linguistic and non-linguistic tasks?
Ihor Biloushchenko & Dominiek Sandra
  [P1.6] The role of uncertainty in internal error detection during L2 learning
Sybrine Bultena, Claudia Danielmeier, Harold Bekkering, & Kristin Lemhöfer
  [P1.7] Identification of facial expressions of emotion in balanced and unbalanced 4-year-old bilinguals
Marie-France Champoux-Larsson, Alexandra S. Dylman, Helena Örnkloo, & Francisco G. Esteves
  [P1.8] Spatial ability and foreign language learning
Frederick Chang & Mei-ying Chen
  [P1.9] Powerful or powerless? Identity and language learning of new immigrants in Taiwan
Mei-ying Chen & Fu-hsiung Su
  [P1.10] Multilingualism and academic literacy
Lieve De Wachter, Dirk Speelman, & Jordi Heeren
  [P1.11] Do non-native speakers adapt speech production after speech perception?
Wouter P. J. Broos*, Aster Dijkgraaf*, Eva Van Assche, Heleen Vander Beken, Nicolas Dirix, Evelyne Lagrou, Robert J. Hartsuiker, & Wouter Duyck
  [P1.12] Age of language acquisition influences the cortical language organization in multilingual patients undergoing awake brain mapping
Alejandro Fernandez-Coello, Viktória Havas, Montserrat Juncadella, Joanna Sierpowska, Antoni Rodríguez-Fornells, & Andreu Gabarrós
  [P1.13] Exploring conceptual generalization of response-effect compatibility with bilingual transfer
Noémi Földes, Andrea M. Philipp, Arnaud Badets, & Iring Koch
  [P1.14] Contact Nepali in Kathmandu valley: A study of language use and attitude in Sherpa
Bhim Lal Gautam
  [P1.15] Language in goal framing
Anna Hatzidaki
  [P1.16] What do I choose? Influence of interlocutors’ awareness
Keerthana Kapiley & Ramesh Kumar Mishra
  [P1.17] Grammatical gender as a window to different acquisition trajectories in bilingual and monolingual children
Hamutal Kreiner & Tamar Degani
  [P1.18] Current language experience influences eye movements during L1, L2, and L3 reading: Evidence from a gaze-contingent moving window paradigm
Agnieszka Lijewska, Iga Krzysik, Veronica Whitford, & Debra Titone
  [P1.19] Second language vocabulary learning: Adults suffer social inhibition
Clara D. Martin, Amy Underwood, & Nicola Molinaro
  [P1.20] The effects of interpreting training and expertise on executive functioning: A systematic review
Soudabeh Nour & Esli Struys
  [P1.21] The impact of syntactic and processing factors on agreement errors in L2 vs. L1 German
Sandra Pappert
  [P1.22] Relationship between verbal fluency and executive control in bilinguals
Abhijeet Patra, Arpita Bose, & Theodoros Marinis
  [P1.23] Is foreign language learning the earlier the better? Empirical studies on the critical period in China and its implications
Li Qingzhao
  [P1.24] Differential working memory capacity in L1 and L2
Eli Rugaard & Christer Johansson
  [P1.25] Can non-native speakers use implicit causality information as a predictive cue?
Judith Schlenter & Claudia Felser
  [P1.27] Input Diversity in Second Language Word Learning
Brendan Tomoschuk, Victor Ferreira, & Tamar Gollan
  [P1.28] Grammatical gender processing in Dutch learners of Spanish
Jorge Valdés Kroff, Maria Carmen Parafita Couto, Elisabeth Mauder, L. Cloos, & B. Persoon
  [P1.29] Speaking two languages with one mind: Language selection errors during switching
Xiaochen Zheng, Kristin Lemhöfer, & Ardi Roelofs
14.00 Keynote 2: Narly Golestani
15.00 Afternoon break
15.20 Talk session 4: L2 learning and memory
[T4.1] Memory for texts in the first and second language
Heleen Vander Beken & Marc Brysbaert
[T4.2] Noticing the gap: Does being aware of what you don’t know aid L2 word learning?
Johanna de Vos, Herbert Schriefers, & Kristin Lemhöfer
[T4.3] Learning from natural L2 input: The acquisition of grammatical gender in a foreign language
Annika Brandt, Kristin Lemhöfer, & Herbert Schriefers
[T4.4] How new L2 words become memories: Lexicalization in advanced L1 Dutch learners of L2 English
Merel Keijzer & Mariia Chepela
[T4.5] What can proactive interference tell us about the cognitive architecture of bilingual lexico-semantic memory?
Lize Van der Linden, Wouter Duyck, Marie-Pierre de Partz, Eleonore Smalle, Morgane Simonis, & Arnaud Szmalec
17.00 Drinks in Ghent
19.00 Conference dinner

Tuesday 13/09
09.30 Talk session 5: Monitoring and control
[T5.1] Monitoring in multiple modalities in the first and second language
Wouter P. J. Broos, Wouter Duyck, & Robert J. Hartsuiker
[T5.2] Is bilingual language control restricted to language tags/schemas? The effect of language practice and language-specific item practice on asymmetrical switch costs
Mathieu Declerck & Andrea M. Philipp
[T5.3] Bilingual Language Control: Recognition versus production
Michela Mosca & Kees de Bot
[T5.4] Experimentally increased L2 activation reverses language switch costs asymmetry but not global L1 slowing
Patrycja Kałamała, Joanna Durlik, Karolina Łukasik, Jakub Szewczyk, & Zofia Wodniecka
10.50 Morning break
11.10 Talk session 6: Language control and switching
[T6.1] Stimulus-response binding in language switching
Andrea M. Philipp, Mathieu Declerck, & Iring Koch
[T6.2] Multilingual language control and executive function:  A replication study
Greg Poarch
[T6.3] Is there a bimodal advantage in language switching?
Simone Schäffner & Andrea M. Philipp
[T6.4] Switching costs in a multilingual reading span task
Benoît Perriard, Maurits van den Noort, & Valérie Camos
12.30 Lunch + Poster session 2
  [P2.1] Metacognitive strategies in learning vocabulary: An experimental study
Ajhar Ahmad
  [P2.2] Bilingualism in Cape Verde: A look at the determiner system
Nélia Alexandre
  [P2.3] Resolution of anaphora ambiguity in L2
Nikos Amvrazis
  [P2.4] Impact of L2 literacy on language production and cognition in healthy bi-literate -bilingual adults
Anusha Balasubramanian, Arpita Bose, & Ianthi Tsimpli
  [P2.5] Age of acquisition effect on the second language learning
Aleksandra S. Bub & Olga V. Nagel
  [P2.6] Influential factors of second language syntactic analysis: An empirical review
Sendy Caffarra, Nicola Molinaro, Doug Davidson, Manuel Carreiras
  [P2.7] Mechanisms of language control in bilinguals: An fMRI study on early and late bilinguals
Francesca Cortelazzo, Barbara Köpke, Xavier de Boissezon, & Vincent Lubrano
  [P2.8] Structural brain changes associated with lifelong bilingualism
Yuriem Fernández García, Lorna García-Pentón, Manuel Carreiras, & Jon Andoni Duñabeitia
  [P2.9] Using pupillometry to investigate second language processing
Leigh Fernandez, Barbara Höhle, Jon Brock, & Lyndsey Nickels
  [P2.10] Does early-English education have an influence on pupils’ executive functions?
Claire Goriot, Roeland van Hout, Mirjam Broersma, James M. McQueen, & Sharon Unsworth
  [P2.11] Bilingual theory of mind: True and false
Cameron James & Lynne G. Duncan
  [P2.12] Planning scope in L1 and L2 sentence production
Toru Hitomi & Robert J. Hartsuiker
  [P2.13] Attention networks functioning in bilingual children: Evidence from Polish-English migrant children living in the UK
Joanna Kołak, Zofia Wodniecka, Ewa Haman, Marta Białecka-Pikul, & Magdalena Łuniewska
  [P2.14] On the cognitive reality of multi-word units in L2 speakers
Saskia E. Lensink, Niels O. Schiller, & Arie Verhagen
  [P2.15] Toward an integrative view of multilingualism in infancy – Understanding language developmental discrepancies between monolingual and bi-/multilingual infants through multi-domain perspectives
Liquan Liu
  [P2.16] Lost in translation: Analysis of oral and written narratives for linguistic and cultural minority students
Maung Nyeu
  [P2.17] Assessing discourse competence in a multilingual context – The case of Nigerian university students
Omola Mercy Odu
  [P2.18] Bilingual swearing – Emotions or social normativity at play?
Michał B. Paradowski & Marta Gawinkowska
  [P2.19] A three-step procedure to detect gender bias on a language test
Write François Pichette, Sébastien Béland, & Justyna Leśniewska
  [P2.20] Clearly understood? Comprehension of health-related information produced by the UK’s National Health Service
Michael Ratajczak, Judit Kormos, Robert Davies, & Megan Thomas
  [P2.22] Does second-language immersion education influence executive functioning?
Morgane Simonis, Benoit Galand, & Arnaud Szmalec
  [P2.23] Neural overlap of L1 & L2 semantic representations within & across modalities: a decoding approach
Eowyn Van de Putte, Wouter De Baene, & Wouter Duyck
  [P2.24] Listening in the wrong language
Mónica A. Wagner, Kristin Lemhöfer, James M. McQueen
  [P2.25] Convergence in the bilingual lexicon: A pre-registered replication study
Anne White, Gert Storms, & Barbara Malt
  [P2.26] The multilingualism of local Chinese in Singapore and Shanghai: A systemic functional analysis
Yanning Yang
14.00  Talk session 7: Reading and memory
[T7.1] A corpus study of bilingual reading
Nicolas Dirix, Uschi Cop, Denis Drieghe, & Wouter Duyck
[T7.2] Response competition for cognates: The cognate facilitation effect depends on stimulus list composition
Eva D. Poort & Jennifer M. Rodd
[T7.3] When you don’t understand what you read. Vocabulary support when reading academic texts in English
Ellen De Bruyne , Marcelo Kremer, & Martin Valcke
[T7.4] Differential working memory capacity in L1 and L2
Eli Rugaard & Christer Johansson
15.20 Afternoon break
15.40 Keynote 3: Tamar Gollan
16.40 Conference closing