With approximately 120 attendees ISBPAC-TU grew considerably compared to the first ISBPAC two years ago. We thank all attendees for your contribution to the conference and the discussions.
The following junior researchers were voted as best talk and poster presenters respectively:
The time-course of verbal morphology anticipation: When interpreting experience makes a difference
(Re)exploring the effect of the bilingual experience on brain structure
Language production practice improves comprehension performance on grammatical dependencies in early L2 learning
Predictive processing of gender in L1/L2 Welsh
Are Dutch children able to distinguish between English phonetic contrasts? A comparison between monolingual children, early-English pupils, and bilinguals
Endpoint preferences in bilingual infants
Code-switching patterns en un modelo computacional: Simulating code-switching in a bilingual sentence-production model
Congratulations to Cristina, Vincent, Elise, Tesni, Claire, Anna and Chara!
We hope you enjoyed the conference as much as we did.
See you at the next ISBPAC in Nijmegen in 2020!
Vicky Chondrogianni (University of Edinburgh)
Sentence comprehension in heritage bilingual children
Ian Cunnings (University of Reading)
Parsing and working memory in non-native sentence processing
Janet van Hell (Pennsylvania State University)
Code-switching in bilingual speakers: Behavioral and electrophysiological evidence
We are hosting a workshop on eye-tracking in bilingual and L2 processing, led by Theres Grüter (University of Hawaii), during the afternoon of Wednesday, 23rd May 2018.
Check out the programme and abstracts:
Book of Abstracts