Poster Session 1: 28th August 2012
Knott: Chomskyan minimalism as a vehicle for embodied models of language.
Wallentin/Nielsen/Rynne: Go far away fast: Distances in semantic space are inversely correlated with response time in a one-back task for words.
Vulchanova/Dahl: A possible source for added material in a sentence repetition task: Situation models in language development.
Skilters/Burgmanis: Space as a part of social identity.
Vigliocco/Vinson/Ponari/Vaghi/Anderson/Ratoff/Bahrami: Emotional connotations affect preconscious processing for abstract, but not concrete words.
Ullwer/Drummer/Welke/Raisig/Hagendorf/van der Meer: Eyes in time: Eye movements in processing temporal event descriptions.
Guerra/Knoeferle: Comprehending facilitation and interference effects in picture-sentence processing: Effects of recent spatial distance on abstract semantic interpretation.
Feng: The mental simulation of visual features during L1 and L2 reading comprehension: Evidence from behavioral and ERP studies.
Lindsay/Scheepers/Kamide: Dynamic representations of speed in sentence processing.
Anderson/Matlock/Spivey: Further down the path to understanding the on-line processing of grammatical aspect.
McGarrigle/Stewart/Connell: Can language help to shape the way we think? A cross-linguistic investigation into the effect of noun-adjective order on conceptual representation.
van Ackeren/Casasanto/Bekkering/Hagoort/Rueschemeyer: Pragmatics in action: Indirect requests for action engage ToM areas and the neural motor system.
Lam/Dijkstra/Rueschemeyer: Priming of nouns denoting man-made objects shows independent and slow activation of action and visual features: A behavioural priming study.
Cotroneo/Connell/Holler: Gesture and the embodiment of auditory perceptual information.
Tian/Breheny: A dynamic pragmatic view of negation processing.
Hartley/Taylor: Does semantically processing words result in physiological arousal?
Greenwood/Matlock/Spivey/Matthews: Looking at how social affordances change viewpoint through presence of agents and verb agency.