Psycholinguistics of Slavic Languages 2022

Program (as of June 17, 2022)

The conference takes place in Brechtbau (Wilhelmstraße 50) in rooms 036 (plenaries, talks and the workshop) and 034 (poster sessions).

Thursday, July 14
17:00–17:30 registration
17:30–18:00 welcome
18:00–18:30 plenary talk: Anna Laurinavichyute: The reproducibility of psycholinguistic findings: Where are we now, and how do we move forward?
18:30–20:00 plenary talk: Natalia Slioussar: Form matters: the role of inflection syncretism in morphological processing

Friday, July 15
8:30–9:00 coffee and snacks
9:00–10:00 workshop: Introduction to Generalized Additive Mixed Effect Models in R, part 1 (Fabian Tomaschek)
10:00–10:30 coffee break
10:30–12:00 plenary talk: Jan-Patrick Zeller & Christina Classmeier: Slavic Verbal Aspect from a Psycholinguistic Perspective
12:00–14:00 lunch
14:00–14:30 Norbert Vanek, Ana Matić, Sara Košutar & Štěpán Matějka: Mental simulation of the illusory and the factual in negation processing: Insights from Croatian vs. English
14:30–15:00 Radim Lacina, Radek Šimík & Nicole Gotzner: Comprehending Czech Focus: A Probe Recognition Study of Alternatives
15:00–15:30 Markéta Ceháková & Jan Chromý: When can you lead the Czechs down the garden path? Processing of Czech garden-path structures and the effect of interference
[online via Zoom]
15:30–16:00 coffee break
16:00–16:30 Medea Menzel: Gender processing in Russian-German Bilinguals
16:30–17:00 Tanya Ivanova-Sullivan, Natalia Meir & Irina Sekerina: Cross-linguistic differences in gender-cue strength in Russian and Bulgarian: Evidence from an eye-tracking study [online via Zoom]
17:00–19:00 poster session 1

Saturday, July 16
8:30–9:00 coffee and snacks
9:00–10:00 workshop: Introduction to Generalized Additive Mixed Effect Models in R, part 2 (Fabian Tomaschek)
10:00–10:30 coffee break
10:30–12:00 plenary talk: Lena Jäger: Individual Differences in Sentence Processing
12:00–14:00 lunch
14:00–14:30 James Brand, Mikuláš Preininger & Adam Kříž: Investigating the socio-demographic dynamics of socio-semantic representations
14:30–15:00 Beatriz Bermúdez Margaretto, Grigory Kopytin, Andriy Myachykov & Yury Shtyrov: Neural mechanisms underlying the detection and resolution of cross-alphabetic inconsistences
15:00–15:30 Dorota Klimek-Jankowska, Anna Czypionka & Joanna Błaszczak: Imperfective aspect underspecified for number: An eye-tracking study
15:30–16:00 coffee break
16:00–16:30 Petra Čechová & Jan Henyš: The importance of phonotactic probability in the processing of Czech
16:30–17:00 Martina Dvořáková & Kateřina Chládková: The neural processing of high front vowel contrasts in Russian and Czech: predicted by the phonology or acoustics?
17:00–19:00 poster session 2

Poster session 1 (Friday, July 15)
[1] Marija Brašić: In support of the Frequency Effect in Lexical Access: A Lexical Decision Task [online via Zoom]
[2] Jan Chromý, Radim Lacina & Jakub Dotlačil: Number-matching attractors fail to facilitate comprehension in Czech
[3] Paul Compensis & Tobias-Alexander Herrmann: Referential shifting in Slavic: The case of Czech d-pronouns and Bulgarian differential object indexing
[4] Mojmír Dočekal & Michaela Hulmanová: Long-distance cumulativity asymmetry: experimental evidence from Czech [online via Zoom]
[5] Maroš Filip & Filip Smolik: Morphological effects on structural priming in Czech
[6] Jacek Kudera, Bernd Möbius, Tania Avgustinova & Dietrich Klakow: Contextual Constraints and Predicate-driven Attention Shift: A Cross-linguistic Study
[7] Paula Orzechowska: Effects of phonological principles in the processing of Polish phonotactics
[8] Veronika Prigorkina: Order Iconicity Principle in Temporal Interpretation of Russian Perfective Participial and Converbial Clauses [online via Zoom]
[9] Daria Seres, Joan Borràs-Comes & M. Teresa Espinal: The form of discourse-new subject NPs in Russian as compared to Catalan: an experimental investigation
[10] Filip Smolík & Lucie Salzmannová: Lemma frequency, form frequency and imageability in the production of inflected Czech nouns in children and adults
[11] Ana Vidović Zorić: The role of syllable-position of segments in phonological encoding in Croatian: evidence from speech errors

Poster session 2 (Saturday, July 16)
[1] Anna Chromá & Filip Smolík: CoCzeFLA: Corpora of Czech as the First Language in Acquisition
[2] Anastasia Chuprina: Morphological strengthening of phonological performance in child speech
[3] Dušica Filipović Đurđević & Draga Zec: Clitic placement in Serbian: An eye-tracking study
[4] Hanna Kędzierska: The Effects of Accent, Language and Listener Status on the Processing of Foreign-Accented Speech [online via Zoom]
[5] Jolana Kohoutková & Filip Smolik: How cannonical is the SVO word order in Czech toddlers’ productions?
[6] Polina Maksimova & Daria Chernova: Orthographic representation of words in the mental lexicon: experimental study with reference to Russian [online via Zoom]
[7] Klára Matiasovitsová, Petra Čechová, Kamila Homolková, Jolana Kohoutková, Jakub Sláma & Filip Smolík: Relationships between different measures of language development in toddlers
[8] Valeria Modina: Processing of the pairs of Russian reflexive and base verbs
[9] Olesia Platonova & Zoya Rezanova: Difference in grammatical gender influences conceptualization in Russian-French bilinguals
[10] Mikuláš Preininger, James Brand & Adam Kříž: The role of grammatical gender in how Czech words carry gendered associations