Members of the HSE Center for Language and Brain made the reports at the IX International Conference on Cognitive Sciences
In 2020, the International Conference on Cognitive Sciences was held for the first time within the framework of the 1st National Congress on Cognitive Research, Artificial Intelligence and Neuroinformatics. The National Congress brought together the Russian Association for Artificial Intelligence, the Interregional Association for Cognitive Studies, the Russian Association for Neuroinformatics and the Russian Physiological Society named after V.I. I.P. Pavlov. This year's Congress was held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Within the framework of the IX International Conference on Cognitive Sciences, several members of the HSE Center for Language and Brain made reports.
On October 13, Vladislava Staroverova made a poster Phonological and Orthographic Processing during Reading in Russian Adults (PDF, 483 Kb).
On the same day, Nina Ladinskaya made a poster presentation on Acquisition of the Russian case system by monolingual and bilingual children Усвоение падежной системы русского языка монолингвальными и билингвальными детьми: психолингвистический подход (DOCX, 60 Kb). The study, carried out jointly with Anna Krabis and Anastasia Lopukhina, involved Russian monolingual children and Russian-English bilingual children.
On October 14, Anastasiia Kaprielova made an oral presentation Eye-movements during Reading in Children with Hearing Loss (DOCX, 17 Kb). She presented a work done jointly with Anna Laurinavichyute and Anastasia Lopukhina.
On the same day, Sofia Goldina made an oral presentation "Eye Movements while Reading in Russian-speaking Dyslexic Children". She presented the results of a study conducted jointly with Anna Laurinavichyute, Anastasia Lopukhina and Olga Dragoy.
Also on October 14, Svetlana Dorofeeva made a poster presentation "Phonological Deficit in Russian-Speaking Children with Developmental Dyslexia" (Исследование фонологического дефицита у русскоязычных детей с дислексией PDF, 1.19 Mb). She presented a work performed under the guidance of Olga Dragoy together with Victoria Reshetnikova, Ekaterina Iskra, Daria Goranskaya, Andrey Zyryanov, Elizaveta Gordeeva, Margarita Serebryakova and Tatyana Akhutina.
On October 15, Olga Parshina made an invited oral presentation How bilinguals read: lexical access using the example of the Russian language (PPTX, 8.60 Mb).
On October 16, Vardan Arutiunian made a poster presentation The development of auditory gamma synchrony (40Hz ASSR) in typically developing children: an MEG study (PDF, 3.45 Mb). He presented a poster touced on the maturation of gamma oscillations in typically developing children. The study was conducted by the international team, including Anastasiya Lopukhina, Giorgio Arcara, and Olga Dragoy.
Also on October 16, Andrey Zyryanov presented a poster Neuroanatomical correlates of language deficits after surgical treatment of gliomas: Evidence from VLSM (PDF, 731 KB). Areas outside the "classical" language areas, such as the middle portion of the superior temporal gyrus, ventral premotor cortex, and insula, were implicated in post-surgical language deficits. Given the large-scale pre-surgical reorganization of the language network in this patient population, these areas demonstrate a lower potential for pre-operative functional reorganization