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Poster Session III (Thursday 16 June, 11:10-1:00)

3.1 Change of perception of emotions in multimodal and crosslinguistic settings
Åsa Abelin Göteborg University
3.2 The perceptual development of a Dutch vowel contrast by Brazilian learners
Ivana Brasileiro Reis Pereira University of Utrecht
Paola Escudero University of Utrecht
3.3 English and French native language influence on the perception of syllable prominence in German
Volker Dellwo University College London
Petra Wagner University of Bonn
3.4 Coping with an unfamiliar regional accent: A lexical decision study in French listeners
Frédérique Girard Université de Genève
Caroline Floccia Laboratoire de Psychologie, Université de Franche-Comté
Jeremy Goslin Laboratoire de Psychologie, Université de Franche-Comté
Gabrielle Konopczynski Laboratoire de Psychologie, Université de Franche-Comté
3.5 Vowel discrimination in early bilinguals: How plastic?
Anders Hojen University of Alabama at Birmingham
3.6 Temporofrontal functional connectivity is modulated by sentence intelligibility
Ingrid Johnsrude Queens University
Matt Davis MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit
Barry Horwitz NIDCD
3.7 Pronunciation accuracy of four English vowels by Serbian learners of English
Lidija Krebs-Lazendic MARCS Auditory Laboratories
Heather Winskel MARCS Auditory Laboratories
Catherine Best MARCS Auditory Laboratories
Denis Burnham MARCS Auditory Laboratories
3.8 No available theories currently explain all adult-child cue weighting differences
Catherine Mayo CSTR, University of Edinburgh
Alice Turk TAAL, University of Edinburgh
3.9 A dynamic adaptive model of linguistic rhythm
Sean McLennan Indiana University
3.10 Effect of age and reading level on the perceptual weight assigned to acoustic cues
Souhila Messaoud-Galusi Laboratoire de Psychologie Expérimentale, CNRS & Université René Descartes (Paris 5)
René Carré ENS des Télécommunications, Paris
Liliane Sprenger-Charolles Laboratoire de Psychologie Expérimentale, CNRS & Université René Descartes (Paris 5)
Willy Serniclaes Laboratoire de Psychologie Expérimentale, CNRS & Université René Descartes (Paris 5)
3.11 Generalization of language rules: Syntactic and thematic processing of unfamiliar words
Jutta Mueller MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences
Angela D. Friederici MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences
3.12 Speech-sound duration processing in a second language is specific to phonetic categories
Sari Nenonen University of Helsinki
Anna Shestakova University of Helsinki
Minna Huotilainen University of Helsinki
Risto Näätänen University of Helsinki
3.13 Intrinsic pitch differences between German vowels /i:/, /I/ and /y:/ in a cross-linguistic perception experiment
Daniel Pape ZAS Berlin
Christine Mooshammer University of Kiel
Susanne Fuchs ZAS Berlin
Phil Hoole University of Munich
3.14 The potential role of speaker's vocal tract morphology onto speech perception: Preliminary results
Pascal Perrier ICP/INPG
Susanne Fuchs ZAS, Berlin
Christian Geng ZAS, Berlin
Bernd Pompino-Marschall ICP/INPG
3.15 Language learning in adults and children
Joan Sereno University of Kansas
Allard Jongman University of Kansas
3.16 Auditory-perceptual training using a simulation of a cochlear-implant system: A controlled study
Paula Stacey University of York
Quentin Summerfield University of York
3.17 Learning Morse Code results in cortical plastic changes: Evidence from ERPs.
Maria Uther University of Portsmouth
Anu Kujala University of Helsinki
Minna Huotilainen University of Helsinki
Yury Shtyrov MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit
Risto Näätänen University of Helsinki
3.18 When and why feedback matters in the perceptual learning of visual properties of speech
Stephen Winters Indiana University
David Pisoni Indiana University
3.19 Cortical networks underlying audio-visual speech perception in normally hearing and hearing impaired
Julie Yoo MIT
Frank Guenther Boston University
Joseph Perkell MIT

 


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