laboratoire parole et langage

Workshop on Bilingualism

Neurolinguistic and Psycholinguistic Perspectives

12-14 September 2011



Please have a look at our book of abstracts (updated Aug 29th).

September 12th: Welcome cocktail and registration at the Laboratoire Parole et Langage LPL(5 ave Pasteur) from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Drinks and a light buffet will be served.

September 13th-14th : Workshop talks and posters (IUFM, 2 av Jules Isaac 13100 AIX EN PROVENCE)

Evening of Sept 13th: Conference dinner at the Aquabella Spa and Hotel (Onsite registration is limited to 5 people; first come first served)

Sept. 13th Day One of Workshop : Held at the IUFM
Registration 8:00-8:45  
Opening 8:45-9:00 Welcome to the workshop!
Peter Prince & Cheryl Frenck-Mestre
KEYNOTE 9:00-10:00 Linguistic and computational contributions to non-convergence in late L2 acquisition
Holger Hopp
Session 1   Syntactic Processing
  10:00-10:20 Case or postposition? The brain can tell the difference: an ERP study
Zawiszewski, Erdocia, Santesteban, Laka
  10:20-10:40 Proficiency and Working Memory Effects in L2 Processing : ERP Evidence
Reichle, Tremblay, Coughlin
  10:40-11:00 The temporal dynamics of second language acquisition as reflected by ERPs
Session 2   Lexicon / Semantics
  11:30-11:50 The balance in unbalanced bilingualism: Automatic co-activation of translations across languages
Dimitropoulou, Duñabeitia, Diependaele, Carreiras
  11:50-12:10 An ERP investigation of L2 to L1 influence during reading aloud
Timmer, Mitlina, Ganushchak, Schiller
  12:10-12:30 Please, Catalan or Spanish, but not both! Are bilinguals fully in control of their language selection during word production?
Martin, VandenBulcke, Navarra, Schoonbaert, Hartsuiker, Costa
Posters 1 12:30-14:30 Poster Session 1 click for full list
Lunch 12:30-14:30 Buffet Lunch on site
KEYNOTE 14:30-15:30 Adaptive listening: the case of foreign accents
Andrea Weber
Session 3   Phonetics/Phonology - Speech Production
  15:30-15:50 Are L2 perception and production correlated?
Peperkamp & Bouchon
  15:50-16:10 An fMRI study of changes in sensorimotor control in response to learning to produce non-native speech sounds
Simmonds, Wise, Iverson, Leech
  16:10-16:30 Phonological co-activation of both languages in bilingual speech production
Spalek, Hoshino, Damian, Thierry
KEYNOTE 17:00-18:00 Sign Language and the Bilingual Mind
David Corina
DAY 2 Sept 14 Day Two of Workshop : Held at the IUFM
Registration 8:30-9:00  
KEYNOTE 9:00-10:00 Normal and pathological language control in bilinguals
David Green
Session 4   Lexicon / Semantics
  10:00-10:20 Lexical Processing is Delayed by 100 ms in a Second Language
Coderre, van Heuven, Conklin
  10:20-10:40 Semantic interference across languages: models of bilingual speech production
Runnqvist, Alario, Strijkers, Costa
  10:40-11:00 Early orthographic effects in spoken word recognition depend on L2 proficiency level
Veivo & Järvikivi
  11:00-11:20 Neighborhood densities and the development of the lexicon
Wess, Stevenson, Anton-Méndez
Session 5   Early acquisition, perception
  11:50-12:10 Effect of bilingualism on lexical stress pattern discrimination in French-learning infants
Bijeljac-Babic, Serres, Höhle, Nazzi
  12:10-12:30 Event-related potential correlates of language change detection in toddlers
Kuipers & Thierry
  12:30-12:50 The nature of second language abiliies
Anton-Mendez, Coventry, Ellis, Byrne
Posters 2 13:00-15:00 Poster Session 2 click for full list
Lunch 13:00-15:00 Buffet Lunch on site
KEYNOTE 15:00-16:00 Anatomical correlates for language processing in multilinguals
Vincent Lubrano
Session 6   Syntactic Processing
  16:30-16:50 Transfer types in the acquisition of French noun phrase structure by Spanish-Speaking children
Bergeron & Royle
  16:50-17:10 Articles in real-time language comprehension
Trenkic, Mirkovic, Altmann
  17:10-17:30 Grammatical gender processing in L2 Spanish: Eye tracking evidence from L1 speakers of Italian
Dussias, Valdés Kroff, Gerfen
Close 17:30-18:00 Closing remarks
Alice Foucart & Xavier Alario

Oral presentations will be given in the main auditorium.

Poster presentations will be given in the adjacent gynasium.

Posters should be size A0, portrait (1180 cm long x 840 wide)