The team of the HSE Center for Language and Brain at the 26th Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing conference
The 26th Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing conference, AMLaP 2020, took place from September 3rd to September 5th in a fully virtual format. AMLaP is an international forum for interdisciplinary research into how people process language.
Members of the Center for Language and Brain actively participated in this conference.
Olga Parshina had an oral presentation “Reading strategies in monolingual adults and children vs. bilingual Heritage and L2 speakers of Russian: Scanpath analysis”. Reading strategies in monolingual adults and children vs. bilingual Heritage and L2 speakers of Russian: Scanpath analysis (PPTX, 8.45 Mb)
Six members of the Center for Language and Brain had poster presentations:
Anastasiya Lopukhina had two posters Сorpus-based probabilities can substitute for cloze in reading experiments (PDF, 1.89 Мb) and “Reliance on good-enough processing across the lifespan (PDF, 319 Кb).
Anastasia Kromina had a poster Eye movements in reading by deaf and hearing russian sign language speakers (PDF, 349 Кb)
Anna Laurinavichyute had a poster The Lewis and Vasishth model predicts agreement and semantic attraction effects in acceptability judgments, but not in response times (PDF, 459 Кb)
Ekaterina Stupina presented a poster “Representation of grammatical gender at different stages of L2 vocabulary acquisition: evidence from gender congruency effect”.
Kirill Elin presented a poster “A new fMRI language mapping paradigm in Russian”.
Vladislava Staroverova had a poster presentation Development of Phonological and Orthographic Parafoveal Processing during Reading in Russian (PDF, 261 Кb).