Each plenary talk is scheduled for one hour, i.e. 45 minutes presentation time and 15 minutes for discussion.
Papers are allotted 20 minutes presentation time and 10 minutes for discussion.
A0 size or a bit smaller (i.e. 0.84m (Width) x 1.2m (Height)). The posters will be placed on the wall of the conference room and not on regular poster stands; thus, the dimensions may vary but we recommend A0 for their best presentation.
You'll be provided with poster adhesive strips.
Information for speakers
ProgramDownload the final CIALT program.
List of participants & Abstracts
Wh-movement impairment in syntactic SLI: what exactly is impaired?
From Language Faculty to Computational System: Variation, Breakdown, and Preservation
Evaluating developmental and acquired language impairments: A survey of studies
Remarks on bridge laws
Linguistics as Cognitive Science: Back to our Roots
What we can learn about semantic composition by studying the brain
Large-Scale Acquisition Studies: Applied and Theoretical Insights
Assessing the methods to assess relative clauses: the case of aphasics
Relative clause acquisition in German: the effect of case and agreement
Irena Botwinik, Efrat Harel & Sharon Armon-Lotem
Passive comprehension in bilingual acquisition: L1 English, L2 Hebrew
Alexis Dimitriadis, Natalie Boll-Avetisyan & Tom Fritzsche
Measuring the learnability of morphological paradigms: an experimental study
Maria Garraffa & Anna Sedda
Core regions for syntactic processing? A tDCS study on the language network
Processing gender attraction in Native and Heritage Greek: evidence from self-paced listening
Emanuela Sanfelici & Petra Schultz
The acquisition of word order variation in German embedded clauses
Florian Schafer & Marcel Pitteroff
Implicit External Arguments in Passives: against syntactic projection
Anna Sfakianaki & George Kafentzis
Assessing voice features of Greek speakers with hearing loss
Ronit Szterman, Maya Yachini & Naama Friedmann
Reading errors without reading impairment: The effect of syntactic movement impairment on text reading in hearing impairment and SLI
Elena Theodorou & Maria Constanta
Linguistic dysfluencies in story-retellings of bilectal Cypriot Greek children with Language Impairment
Nina Topintzi, James White & Giorgos Markopoulos
Universal biases and L1 transfer in vowel harmony: insights from artificial grammar learning experimentation
Massimiliano Trippa, Katarina Marjanovic & Alessandro Treves
Associative transitions in language processing
Merle Weicker & Petra Schultz
Relative and absolute gradable adjectives in child language comprehension: same or different?
Kosteletou-Kassotaki Alexandra, Apostolopoulou Sofia, Effrosyni Ntemou.
Subject-Verb Agreement in Greek SLI: Evidence from production and grammaticality judgement
Katarina Marjanovic & Davide Crepaldi.
Semantic and morpho-syntactic priming in sentence reading
Angeliki Mouzaki, Asimina Ralli, Faye Antoniou, Vasiliki Diamanti & Sophia Papaioannou.
Standardization of a new battery for the assessment of language development in preschool and first grade children
Loukia Taxitari, Antigoni Andreou, Anastasia Charalambous & Kakia Petinou.
Evaluating models of typical lexical development using CYLEX
Loukia Taxitari, Kyriakoula Aristeidou & Kakia Petinou.
Evaluating models of lexical development in typical and atypical toddlers using CYLEX
Benedict Vassileiou, Lars Meyer, Caroline Beese & Angela D. Friederici.
Syntax is the Key to Memorizing Long Sentences: The Role of Brain Oscillations
Ioanna Vatsina, Faye Antoniou, Asimina Ralli, Angeliki Mouzaki, Vasiliki Diamanti & Sofia Papaioannou.
Assessing pragmatic skills of young children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Typical Development (TD)