Welcome to SNL 2021

Slide Sessions

Slide Session A

Comparing the Brain-Behavior Relationship in Acute and Chronic Stroke Aphasia

Speaker: Natalie Hetherington1; 1University of South Carolina

Finding the right connections: Investigating how tractography algorithms influence observed patterns of brain-language relationships

Speaker: Maria Ivanova1; 1University of California, Berkeley, California, USA

Leukoaraiosis is not associated with recovery from aphasia in the first year after stroke

Speaker: Alexandra C. Brito1; 1Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Acute white matter damage predicts connected speech recovery after stroke

Speaker: Junhua Ding1; 1Baylor College of Medicine

Slide Session B

Visualizing lexical activation during speech production

Speaker: Adam M. Morgan1; 1NYU School of Medicine

An ERP study comparing iconicity effects on translation and picture-naming tasks: Are effects of iconicity in ASL task-specific?

Speaker: Meghan E. McGarry1,2; 1San Diego State University, 2University of California, San Diego

Decoding Typing from Electro-Encephalography Reveals how the Human Brain Simultaneously Represents Successive Keystrokes

Speaker: Svetlana Pinet1; 1BCBL

Functional brain networks associated with discourse ability in aging brain: A resting-state fMRI study

Speaker: Samaneh Nemati1; 1University of South Carolina, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Slide Session C

Neural pattern changes underlie successful sound-to-category mapping

Speaker: Zhenzhong Gan1,2; 1The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China, 2South China Normal University, Guangzhou, China

Timing embodied semantics, across and within the brain: A combined EEG/iEEG study on face-related nouns

Speaker: Adolfo García1,2,3; 1Universidad de San Andrés, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2Global Brain Health Institute, University of San Francisco, California, and Trinity College Dublin, 3National Scientific and Technical Research Council, Argentina

Divide & Concur: A Predictive Coding Account of the N400 Event-Related Potential Component

Speaker: Samer Nour Eddine1; 1Tufts University

The Effect of Information Structure on Word Order Processing: An fMRI Study

Speaker: Hyeonjeong Jeong1; 1Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan

Slide Session D

Neural tracking of acoustic, lexical, and semantic information in attended and ignored speech

Speaker: Malte Wöstmann1,2; 1Department of Psychology, University of Lübeck, Lübeck, Germany, 2Center of Brain, Behaviour, and Metabolism, University of Lübeck, Lübeck, Germany

Neurochemical changes of healthy ageing on semantic representation

Speaker: JeYoung Jung1; 1School of Psychology, University of Nottingham, UK

Narrative Event Segmentation in the Cortical Reservoir

Speaker: Peter Ford Dominey1; 1INSERM UMR1093-CAPS, Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, UFR des Sciences du Sport, F-21000, Dijon

Complementary hemispheric lateralization of language and social processing in the human brain

Speaker: Reza Rajimehr1; 1University of Cambridge