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Sunday 16th December

11.30 Registration + lunch + Poster session 1
  [P1.1] Assessing the role of emotion in naturalistic L2 reading using the Ghent Eye-tracking Corpus
Jelle Brouwer, Nicolas Dirix, Merel Keijzer, & Evy Woumans
  [P1.2] Moses or Noah? A case of ‘potato-potahto’ when using a foreign language
Sara Dhaene & Evy Woumans
  [P1.3] Predictability in L1 and L2 natural reading
Nicolas Dirix, Marco Marelli, Stefan Frank, & Wouter Duyck
  [P1.4] Foreign-accented speakers are not that incredible
Alice Foucart, Albert Costa, & Robert J. Hartsuiker
  [P1.5] Investigating the role of context on bilingual language processing
Opangienla Kechu & Bidisha Som
  [P1.6] The effect of tv series on pragmatic development and awareness: When watching is not enough
Yashar Khazdouzian & Júlia Barón
  [P1.7] Literacy in Limburgian bidialectal children: The effect of raising Limburgian children bilingually on their reading and writing abilities
Romy Roumans, Jetske Klatter-Folmer, & Leonie Cornips
13.00 Conference opening
13.10 Symposium 1: Foreign language use in education
  [S1.1] To CLIL or not to CLIL? That’s not the question!
Philippe Hiligsmann
  [S1.2] Cognitive implications of learning content through a second language
Stéphanie Roussel
  [S1.3] English-medium higher education in Denmark: Outcomes and ideologies
Jacob Thøgersen
  [S1.4] The anglicisation of higher education in the Netherlands: Reasons and risks
Annette de Groot
  [S1.5] Studying texts in a non-native language: Is the L2 recall cost a production effect?
Marc Brysbaert & Heleen Vander Beken
15.00 Afternoon break
15.20 Talk session 1: Multilingual state
  [T1.1] The absence of English in Flemish dinner table conversations
Eline Zenner & Dorien Van de Mieroop
  [T1.2] The effect of mind maps on the retention of learning material in first and second language
Sara Dhaene & Evy Woumans
  [T1.3] Language influence on ninth-graders’ mathematics performance in a multilingual educational setting
Sophie F. Martini & Sonja Ugen
  [T1.4] Phonological similarity as an index of short-term memory precision in monolingual and trilingual speakers
Marion Bouffier & Steve Majerus
  [T1.5] Parafoveal processing in bilingual readers within and across languages
Liv J. Hoversten & Clara D. Martin
17.00 Keynote 1: Stef Slembrouck
18.30 Reception


Monday 17th December

09.00 Talk session 2: Aptitude and acquisition
  [T2.1] The language network of polyglots
Olessia Jouravlev, Zach Mineroff, & Evelina Fedorenko
  [T2.2] The meaning and form of definiteness in Belarusian learners of Swedish
Anders Agebjörn
  [T2.3] Foreign language lexical stress perception: Can music help?
Pauline Degrave
  [T2.4] The linguistic and neural effects of short novel language learning
Isabel Eyer, Eleonora Rossi, & Merel Keijzer
  [T2.5] Connectivity of the hippocampus and Broca's area during acquisition of a novel grammar
Olga Kepinska, Mischa de Rover, Johanneke Caspers, & Niels O. Schiller
10.40 Morning break
11.00 Symposium 2: The role of in- and out-of-school exposure in the vocabulary development of young learners
  [S2.1] Out-of-school exposure to English: when and for whom is it beneficial?
Claire Goriot
  [S2.2] Learning English through out-of-school exposure: how do word-related variables influence receptive vocabulary learning?
Vanessa De Wilde, Marc Brysbaert, & June Eyckmans
  [S2.3] The essential role of extramural English for Dutch young English language learners’ vocabulary learning
Nihayra Leona
  [S2.4] The development of Dutch and English language proficiency in students of Dutch bilingual secondary schools
Annelies van der Lee, Vanessa Lobo, & Roeland van Hout
12.30 Lunch + Poster session 2
  [P2.1] Lexical development and emergency of translation equivalents in early trilingualism: A case study
Linda Badan & Giuliano Izzo
  [P2.2] Lexical and conceptual expectations in native and non-native speakers’ processing of verb-noun collocations
Cylcia Bolibaugh
  [P2.3] Lexical retrieval and semantic interference in fluent bilingual aphasia
Marco Calabria, Nicholas Grunden, Mariona Serra, Carmen García Sánchez, & Albert Costa
  [P2.4] MultiPPA: Prospective Multicenter Study on multilingualism in primary progressive aphasia
Ana Sofia Costa et al.
  [P2.5] Dutch language development in Turkish-Dutch bilingual children compared to monolingual children
Evelien D'haeseleer, Julie Daelman, Elise Ryckaert, Anne-Sophie Smet, & Kristiane Van Lierde
  [P2.6] Proactive language control during bilingual language production? A closer look at three measures
Mathieu Declerck
  [P2.7] Academic language proficiency as a predictor of university achievement in monolingual native speakers and language minority speakers
Jordi Heeren
  [P2.8] From whom do we learn? Effects of the language background of a conversation partner on learning new words in L2 dialog
Kristin Lemhöfer
  [P2.9] L2 PersProfiling: A new corpus for personality profiling research of non-native speakers of English
Olga Litvinova
  [P2.10] Exploring the effects of gaze during novel morphosyntactic learning. Evidence from eye-tracking
Dato Abashidze, Kim McDonough, & Pavel Trofimovich
  [P2.11] Comparing the cognate effect in spoken and written L2 word production
Merel Muylle, Eva Van Assche, & Robert Hartsuiker
  [P2.12] Foreign language training in seniors to prevent old-age disorders
Saskia Nijmeijer, Merel Keijzer, & Marie-José van Tol
  [P2.13] Do you speak American? Dialect entrainment in word production indicates language-like tagging
Gary M. Oppenheim & Manon W. Jones
  [P2.14] Morphosyntactic development in oral production data: differential case marking and agreement in Hindi as a heritage/second language
Aaricia Ponnet & Kristof Baten
  [P2.15] Acquisition of kanji composition rules by Polish learners of Japanese as a second language - The relationship between language experience and use of composition rules in a character decision task
Kajetan Rodziewicz & Karolina M. Lukasik
  [P2.16] Shared syntax in bilingual children? Priming possessives
Sharon Unsworth
  [P2.17] Language specificity in monolingual and bilingual later lexical development
Anne White, Barbara C. Malt, Steven Verheyen, & Gert Storms
  [P2.18] The relation between inhibitory control ability and language switching performance for bilinguals in a minority language setting
Ruilin Wu & Esli Struys
14.00 Keynote 2: Debra Titone
15.00 Afternoon break
15.20 Symposium 3: You are what you speak: Implications of linguistic relativity for conceptualisation and multilingualism
  [S3.1] A study of the semantic and constructional properties of manner, path and caused motion verbs in Modern Standard Arabic
Amal Albureikan & Panos Athanasopoulos
  [S3.2] The effects of mental imagery on time perception and semantic representation among individuals with aphantasia
Caél Rooney & Panos Athanasopoulos
  [S3.3] Brain potentials reveal the modulation of grammar on object perception and categorisation: A case for grammatical gender
Sayaka Sato, Aina Casaponsa, & Panos Athanasopoulos
  [S3.4] Fast modulation of colour perception by language context in Greek-English bilinguals?
Laurie Mortimore, Panos Athanasopoulos, & Guillaume Thierry
  [S3.5] Categorical perception of objects in bilinguals: An ERP investigation of incongruent categorical distinctions across languages
Aina Casaponsa, Acebo García-Guerrero, Alejandro Martínez, Guillaume Thierry, & Panos Athanasopoulos
19.00 Conference dinner


Tuesday 18th December

09.00 Talk session 3: Language control
  [T3.1] Electrophysiological investigation of the mechanism governing code-switching in fluent Welsh-English bilinguals
Awel Vaughan-Evans, M. Carmen Parafita Couto, Bastien Boutonnet, Noriko Hoshino, Peredur Davies, Margaret Deuchar, & Guillaume Thierry
  [T3.2] High lexical selection demands when switching into L1 versus switching into L2
Asma Assaneea, Linda Wheeldon, & Andrea Krott
  [T3.3] The development of repetition priming in picture naming for Spanish-English bilinguals
Gary M. Oppenheim & Zenzi M. Griffin
  [T3.4] Choosing your language: How do personal preferences and external primes affect bilingual language choice?
Angela de Bruin & Clara Martin
  [T3.5] Language of instruction impacts language control in the third language
Brendan Tomoschuk, Wouter Duyck, Robert Hartsuiker, Victor S. Ferreira, & Tamar H. Gollan
10.40 Morning break
11.00 Talk session 4: Language and cognition
  [T4.1] How do language and attention interact? The case of bilingual vs. monolingual context
Kalinka Timmer & Albert Costa
  [T4.2] Individual difference in language diversity predict second language abilities and organization of executive control networks
Jason Gullifer & Debra Titone
  [T4.3] Executive function and phonological perception in L2 English learners: A correlation study
Kristy Sigmeth
  [T4.4] Active bilingualism as a cognitive reserve factor against cognitive decline
Marco Calabria et al.
12.30 Lunch + Poster session 3
  [P3.1] Narrative skills of Arabic-Dutch bilingual children
Julie Daelman, Ellen Simon, Kristiane Van Lierde, Feyza Altinkamis, Nele Baudonck, & Evelien D’haeseleer
  [P3.2] Learning formulaic language through L2 subtitles: The effects of genre and input enhancement
Inés de la Viña
  [P3.3] 3M: Multilingual education in Frisian primary schools
Suzanne Dekker, Mirjam Günther-van der Meij, Joana Duarte, & Klaske Jellema
  [P3.4] Effects of task complexity on L2 suggestions and refusals - Trade-offs between accuracy and complexity
Daniel Alejandro Márquez Guzmán
  [P3.5] How do bilinguals switch between languages in different interactional contexts?
Mina Jevtović, Jon Andoni Duñabeitia, & Angela de Bruin
  [P3.6] Cognate facilitation in bilingual and trilingual speakers - The role of learning experience
Agnieszka Lijewska, Hanka Błaszkowska, & Robert deLouw
  [P3.7] Investigating the effectiveness of a social robot for supporting children’s L2 learning
Rianne van den Berghe, Ora Oudgenoeg-Paz, Josje Verhagen, Mirjam de Haas, Jan de Wit, Bram Willemsen, & the L2TOR Team
  [P3.8] Language abilities in bilingual children’s heritage and mainstream languages: a study on bilingual Turkish-Dutch children in Flanders
Ellen Simon & Feyza Altinkamis
  [P3.9] Effects of word processing and language experience on eye movements in reading Russian as a foreign language
Jie-Li Tsai, Hsiang-lin Yeh, Kawai Chui, & I-Ju Chen
14.00 Symposium 4: Cross-language activation in bilingual children
  [S4.1] On the road to bilingualism: The role of native language knowledge in foreign speech processing
Katie von Holzen & Rochelle Newman
  [S4.2] Cross-language activation in German-English bilingual children
Gregory Poarch
  [S4.3] Bilingualism affects reading in Frisian-Dutch bilingual children
Evelyn Bosma & Naomi Nota
  [S4.4] Cross-linguistic influence during syntactic processing in bilingual children: Online and offline comprehension of long passive and adverb-initial sentences by 5-9 year olds
Chantal van Dijk, Sharon Unsworth, & Ton Dijkstra
  [S4.5] The acquisition of genericity in French-English bilingual children
Coralie Hervé
15.40 Afternoon break
16.00 Keynote 3: Ramesh Kumar Mishra
17.00 Conference closing