This year we had 12 members from the CLS community who presented their work at the Psychonomic Society's 56th Annual Meeting that was held November 19-22, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois:
Anne Beatty-Martinez: Code-Switching as a Tool to Elucidate the Relationship Between Language Production & Language Comprehension.
Caitlin Ting: Syntactic Processing in Music: The Role of Cognitive Control and Prior Experience With Language and Music.
Carla Fernández: How Switching Direction and Foreign Accented Speech Affect Listening to Code-Switched Sentences: An Electrophysiological Study.
Carrie Jackson: Learning Grammatical Gender in a New Language: The Impact of Prior Language Learning Experience at First Exposure.
Christian Navarro-Torres: Examining Structural Constraints in Spanish-English Bilingual Speech Production.
Gabriela Terrazas: On the Consequences of Bilingualism for Inhibitory Control.
Haoyun Zhang: Effect of 3-day Language Switching Training on Cognitive Control Mechanisms.
Kinsey Bice: Regulating the L1 Across Contexts to Investigate L2 Acquisition.
Patricia Román: Cognitive Processes Involved in Sentence Comprehension in Spanish/English Code-Switchers: An ERP Study.
Patricia Schempp: Grammatical Gender Violations Affect Cognate Nouns, but not Noncognates, in Intermediate-Level L2 Learners: An ERP Study.
Sarah Grey: Foreign Accented Speech and Sentence Comprehension in Bilinguals: An Electrophysiological Study.
Zofia Wodniecka: Dissociable Indices of Language Control in Bilingual Speech.
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