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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 94 (2013) 1 - 10

Academy of Aphasia 2013

Lucerne, Switzerland, October 20-22, 2013

Sunday, October 20

9:00am-11:00am Platform 1-Agrammatism

1. Morphosyntactic production in agrammatism: The role of non-local dependencies

Fyndanis V., Nerantzini M., Pavlidou C.

2. Tense production in agrammatic aphasia: a meta-analysis and further data Faroqi-Shah Y., Friedman L., Stockbridge M.

3. Evaluating the Trace Deletion Hypothesis and processing deficit accounts: a computational modeling approach

Patil U., Hanne S., Vasishth S., Burchert F., De Bleser R. University of Potsdam

4. Topicalisation in Catalan agrammatism

Salmons I., Gavarro A.

11:00am-12:30pm

Poster 1- Bilingualism & Language Production -

5. Predictors for Picture Naming Accuracy in Persian Aphasics Bakhtiar M., Jafari R., Nilipour R., Weekes B.

6. Dementia of Alzheimer type can alter both languages in late bilinguals

Manchon M., Buetler K., Colombo F., Spierer L., Assal F., Blatter S., Annoni J.

7. Dissociating Semantic Process versus Content in Visual Confrontation Naming of Semantic Variant Primary Progressive Aphasia

Troche J., Garcia A., Paris A., Reilly J.

8. Generalizing Naming Ability through Mental Imagery

Bhatnagar S., Zmolek B., DeGroot D., Sheikh A., Buckingham H.

9. Intervention and cross-language transfer in bilingual aphasia -two single case studies Knoph M.

10. Patterns of phonological overlap between non-word error and target in jargon aphasia Godbold C., Robson H., Bose A.

11. Large scale voxel-based lesion-symptom mapping on subacute stroke patients reveals the critical involvement of the left basal ganglia in phonological and semantic verbal fluency

Chouiter L., Holmberg J., Manuel A., Annoni J., Spierer L.

12. Bilingual Aphasia in a Mordovian-Russian speaker

Kuzmina E., Chekmaev D., Skvortsov A., Weekes B.

1877-0428 © 2013 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

Selection and peer-review under responsibility of The Academy of Aphasia.

doi: 10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.09.001

13. Neural mechanisms of verb and sentence production: a lesion-deficit study

Lukic S., Bonakdarpour B., Den Ouden D., Price C., Thompson C.

14. Wild Paraphasic Misnaming or Random Paraphasias in a Person with Aphasia

Stark J.

15. Clustering and switching on semantic fluency after transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)

Penolazzi B., Pastore M., Mondini S.

16. Second language naming predicts left temporal pole integrity in bilinguals

Abutalebi J., Cannini M., Della Rosa P., Shueng L., Weekes B.

17. Modelling jargonaphasia: Support for one error locus, lexical/non-lexical summation and special correct responses

Olson A., Romani C.

18. Language Impairments and Neurogenic Stuttering Following a Subcortical Small Vessel Ischemia in a Bilingual Kurdish-Persian Aphasic Patient

Mohammadi H., Bakhtiar M.

19. Language Networks in English-Spanish bilinguals with and without aphasia

Kiran S., Gray T., Kapse K.

20. Cross-linguistic transfer effects as a by-product of grammatical word class and language proficiency: a case study from bilingual aphasia

Kambanaros M.

21. Contextual phonological errors and sandhi phenomena as an index of ahead phonological planning in aphasia

Pellet Cheneval P., Michel Lange V., Python G., Laganaro M.

22. Word Production Complexity and Picture-Naming Accuracy in Aphasia

Fryer D., Bose A.

23. Sonority, frequency and markedness in errors of aphasic patients

Romani C., Galluzzi C., Goslin J., Bureca I., Olson A.

24. Can verbal features affect nouns retrieval in aphasia?

Zanini C., De Pellegrin S., Semenza C.

25. Biliteracy - a new player in language recovery in multilingual environments

Singh N.

26. The Effects of Testing on Maintenance of Learning in Anomia Rehabilitation

Sullivan K., Snider S., Friedman R.

27. Production of nouns and verbs in picture naming and narrative tasks by Chinese speakers with aphasia

Law S., Kong A., Lai L., Lai C.

28. Hemispheric asymmetries in native and second language Metaphoricprocessing

Borodkin K., Mashal N., Faust M.

29. Age of Acquisition effects on object naming in Chinese speakers with dementia

Chu L., Ha J., Kong A., Kwok C., Lao A., Weekes B.

30. Word Retrieval Deficits in Malay-Speaking Adults with Nonfluent Aphasia

A Aziz M., Abd Aziz A., A Razak R., Abd Hamid B.

31. Analysis of auto-aligned and auto-segmented oral discourse by speakers with aphasia: A preliminary study on the acoustic parameter of duration

Lee T., Kong A., Chan V., Wang H.

2:00pm-4:30pm

Symposium 1- Neuroimaging Markers of Recovery from Aphasia

32. Symposium: Neuroimaging markers of recovery from aphasia

Laganaro M., Annoni J., Weiller C., Crinion J.

33. Priming Naming

Holland R., Leff A., Price C., Crinion J.

34. ERP correlates of recovery from anomia

Laganaro M.

35. EEG correlates of specific L1 language improvement after Intensive L2 phonological rehabilitation. Case Report

Radman N., Colombo F., Mouthon M., Spierer L., Laganaro M., Annoni J.

36. Changes in task based effective connectivity following rehabilitation in aphasia

Kiran S., Kapse K., Lo M.

37. Multiparametric statistics to identify recovery beneficial brain activity in recovery from aphasia

Weiller C., Kümmerer D., Umarova R., Musso C., Hören M., KLöppel S., Saur D.

4:30pm-6:00pm

Poster 2- Comprehension; Lexical Representation & Access, Cognitive Control & Short-Term Memory in Language Processing

38. Asymmetric mismatch negativity and underlying representations of lexical tones in Cantonese

Law S., Fung R., Kung C.

39. A Self Paced Listening Study of Syntactic Comprehension in People with Aphasie

Caplan D., Michaud J., Hufford R., Waters G.

40. The representation of homophones in the phonological lexicon: Additional evidence from Hebrew

Biran M., Gvion A., Sharabi L., Gil M.

41. Executive Dysfunction and Text Processing Measurement - Insights into Verbal Planning

Büttner J.

42. A Role for the Angular Gyrus in Semantic Processing? No Evidence from Chronic & Acute Stroke

Hamilton A., Martin R., Schnur T.

43. Hemispheric asymmetry in comprehension of novel and conventional metaphors by older adults

Mashal N., Gavrieli R., Kavé G.

44. Mild Cognitive Impairment: on-line and off-line processing of Slovenian pseudo-words

Manouilidou C., Dolenc B., Marvin T., Marjanovic K., Pirtosek Z.

45. Language-specific vs. domain-general cognitive control systems in patients with left- and right-hemisphere lesion

Peristeri E., Tsapkini K.

46. Tracking the eyes over time

Bos L., Hanne S., Wartenburger I., Bastiaanse R.

47. What cognitive mechanisms impact language comprehension in individuals with aphasia?

Ivanova M., Kuptsova S., Dragoy O., Laurinavichyute A., Ulicheva A., Petrova L.

48. Diminutivization in patients with aphasia and children.

Franceschet R., Bertocci D., De Pellegrin S., Dressler W., Semenza C.

49. White Matter Tracts Involved In Executive and Communication Impairments Following A Right-Hemisphere Stroke: A MRI-DTI Case Study

Ferré P., Provost J., Joanette Y.

50. Evaluating Semantic STM Deficits in Aphasia: Overly Rapid Decay vs. Inhibition Deficits

Dial H., Martin R.

51. Verbal WM Capacities in Sentence Comprehension: Evidence from Aphasia

Tan Y., Martin R., Van Dyke J.

52. Memory for serial order, attentional control and new word learning in bilingual Chinese-English speakers

Cheng J., Majerus S., Vuong L., Weekes B.

53. Exploring Speech Segmentation Abilities in People with Chronic Aphasia

Peñaloza C., Heikius I., Jarvinen S., Benetello A., Tuomiranta L., Martin N., Laine M., Rodríguez-Fornells A.

54. Primary and secondary lexical access in persons with aphasia: eyetracking data

Laurinvichyute A., Dragoy O., Ivanova M., Kuptsova S., Ulicheva A., Petrova L.

55. Disfluencies, inhibition and syntactic processing in ageing: evidence from immediate reconstructive sentence recall

Salis C., Foy C., Vonk J., Spaeth M.

56. Modality-independent and modality-specific memory deficits in aphasia: Effects of left hemisphere lesion extent and location

Kasselimis D., Simos P., Peppas C., Chatziantoniou L., Kourtidou E., Evdokimidis I., Potagas C.

57. Distinct Neurofunctional Compensation Underlying Semantic Categorization Task in Normal Aging.

Methqal I., Provost J., Monchi O., Joanette Y.

58. Consistency of Selective and Focused Non-Linguistic Attention in Aphasia

Villard S., Kiran S.

59. Qualitative Analysis of Conduite d'approche Behavior in a Person with Wernicke's Aphasia

Sollereder S., Stark J., Pons C.

60. Investigating the effect of neighbourhood density on lexicality decisions in healthy aging and in Alzheimer's disease

Azevedo N., Kehayia E., Atchley R., Nair V.

61. Word-finding pauses in primary progressive aphasia (PPA): Effects of lexical category

Mack J., Meltzer-Asscher A., Dove S., Weintraub S., Mesulam M., Thompson C.

62. Comprehension abilities in Greek-speaking individuals with probable Alzheimer's Disease. Evidence from wh-questions and relative clauses

Molympaki E., Nerantzini M., Fyndanis V., Papageorgiou S., Varlokosta S.

63. Lexical Access Delay in Anomic and Broca's Aphasia

Choy-Hubbard J., Schrader J., Arnold N.

64. Guess who? Temporal pole and Face-Name association: new evidences from tDCS.

Pisoni A., Iasevoli L., Rendina F., Cattaneo Z., Papagno C.

65. Human Action Recognition Abilities in Deaf Signers

Corina D., Bellugi U., Batch L., Hickok G.

66. The auditory comprehension of Who and Which questions in people with and without aphasia: Which account do the data support?

MacKenzie S., Walenski M., Gutierrez R., Love T., Shapiro L.

67. Determiner cuing in Arabic anomia: the role of syntax in lexical retrieval

Khwaileh T., Herbert R., Body R.

Monday, October 21

8:30am-10:30am Platform 2-Comprehension

68. Disruption of Large-Scale Neural Networks in Non-Fluent/Agrammatic Primary Progressive Aphasia

Grossman M., Charles D., Ash S., Powers J., Olm C., McMillan C., Rascovsky K., Irwin D., Trojanowski J.

69. Sentence comprehension and memory load in aphasia: the role of resource reduction.

Garraffa M., Learmonth G.

70. Electrophysiology correlates of successful and impaired auditory discrimination in acquired comprehension impairments.

Robson H., Drakesmith M., Keidel J., Sage K., Cloutman L., Stephen W.

71. Neurocognitive Components of Word Processing: Evidence from Factor Analysis and Voxelwise Lesion Mapping

Chen Q., Mirman D., Coslett H., Schwartz M.

10:30am-noon

Poster 3- Reading & Writing; Syntax & Agrammatism; Discourse; Higher Language Function; Music

72. Feeling Anxious Can Affect Language Performance in Chronic Aphasia: A Case Report

Cahana-Amitay D., Oveis A., Sayers J.

73. Effect of referential speech steps in discourse construction in patients with severe traumatic brain injury

Gonzalez S., Karadza S., Champagne-Lavau M., Achim A., Fossard M.

74. Is reading aloud semantically mediated in Chinese Hyperlexia?

Wong W., Weekes B., Iao L., To K., Su I.

75. Mental representation of events: an investigation of agrammatic aphasia

Payne M., Faroqi-Shah Y.

76. How strong is the relationship between general phonological processes and pseudo-word reading?

Roberts D., Owen-Booth B., Tainturier M.

77. Recognition of Oral Spelling is Diagnostic of the Integrity of the Central Reading Processes

Schubert T., Rapp B., McCloskey M.

78. Selective deficits in speech and music perception after stroke

Sautter R., Weiller C., Rombach F., Fuerniss H., Musso M.

79. Affective Theory of Mind May Be Unimpaired in People with Aphasia

Ramachandra V., Mikajlo B.

80. Manifestation of Surface Agraphia in an Alphasyllabary: Evidence from Kannada-English Biliterates with Acquired Brain Damage

Tiwari S., Krishnan G., Kiran S.

81. Inconsistency of Aspect Marking and Its Functional Impact in a Narrator with Mild Conduction Aphasia

Olness G., Gober J.

82. Can You Reach for the Planets? - The Processing of Idioms in Aphasic Patients

Smolka E., Dörre L.

83. Orthographic Depth Modulates Reading Route Selection: An Electrical Neuroimaging Study

Buetler K., De León Rodríguez D., Laganaro M., Müri R., Spierer L., Annoni J.

84. Individual differences between two letter-by-letter readers: impaired letter processing versus impaired verbal working memory

Bormann T., Wolfer S., Konieczny L.

85. Another piece of evidence for processing-based accounts of agrammatism

Munarriz A.

86. Processing of Contrastive Focus in agrammatism: The role of Predictability

Varkanitsa M., Kasselimis D., Potagas C., Druks J., Van de Koot H.

87. Discourse-linking in agrammatic and fluent aphasia

Bastiaanse R., Dragoy O., Avrutin S., Iskra E., Bos L.

88. Reading Italian compound words

Arcara G., Bambini V., Semenza C.

89. Effect of task on writing in Wernicke's agraphia

Kozintseva E., Skvortsov A., Vlasova A., Ivanova M., Mikadze Y.

90. On the Role of Orthographic Working Memory in a Case of Isolated Agraphia

Balasubramanian V., Costello M., Aldera M., Koebli J.

91. Neural correlates of normal reading development and reading disorders in Chinese: Preliminary findings from event-related potentials

Su I., Lau D., Law S.

92. Interpret Number Processing Deficit In a Case Of Conduction Aphasia

Aldera M., Balasubramanian V.

93. Recovery of Drawing Ability in Persons with Aphasia

Pons C., Stark J.

94. The influence of event-related knowledge on verb-argument processing in aphasia

Warren T., Dickey M.

95. Past tense in children with focal brain lesions

Konstantinopoulou P., Stavrakaki S., Manouilidou C., Zafeiriou D.

96. Measuring Global Coherence in Aphasia

Galetto V., Kintz S., West T., Marini A., Harris Wright H., Fergadiotis G.

97. Employment of gestures in spontaneous verbal discourse by speakers with aphasia

Kong A., Law S., Wat W., Lai C.

98. Two routes to read in Kannada? Evidence from bi-literate (Kannada-English) persons with brain damage

Krishnan G., Tiwari S., Kiran S.

Academy Luncheon- The Literate Brain 12:00-1:45pm Dehaene, S.

1:45pm-3:45pm

Platform 3-Reading & Spelling

99. Investigation and Rehabilitation of a New Acquired Reading Disorder

McCloskey M., Schubert T., Rothlein D., Rapp B., Slonim D., Van Den Heuvel K.

100. Developmental and acquired Surface dyslexia and Anomia as a result of a shared deficit in phonological output lexicon

Gvion A., Friedmann N.

101. Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in treating spelling deficits in Primary Progressive Aphasia

Tsapkini K.a,*, Hillis A.b

102. Consequences of reduced representational distinctiveness and of temporal instability on reading accuracy in patients with dysgraphia due to orthographic short-term memory damage: A new case and a literature review.

Zazio A., Capasso R., Miceli G.

4:00pm-6:30pm

Symposium 2- Cross-domain approaches to the Language Puzzle

103. Cross-domain approaches to the language puzzle

Ries S., Fischer-Baum S.

104. Brain dynamics of cognitive control processes in language production: Insights from electrophysiological and neuropsychological studies

Ries S.

105. Signatures of Response Conflict Monitoring in Language Production

Acheson D.

106. General principles of serial order representation

Fischer-Baum S.

107. Implications of Sentence Processing and Sentence Processing Deficits for Embedded Process vs. Storage Buffer Approaches to Working Memory

Martin R., Tan Y.

Tuesday, October 22

8:30am-10:30am

Platform 4-Neural Basis of Language

108. Dynamics of language reorganization after stroke in patients with left frontal lesions

Kuemmerer D., Stockert A., Wrede K., Hartwigsen G., Mader I., Weiller C., Saur D.

109. Are Thalamic Aphasia and Neglect Due to Cortical Hypoperfusion?

Sebastian R., Hillis A.

110. Functional reorganization of the orthographic processing network subsequent to neural injury: evidence from fMRI.

Purcell J., Rapp B.

111. Deficit Lesion Correlation for Syntactic Comprehension Differs as a Function of Task

Dickerson B., Michaud J., Hufford R., Caplan D.

10:30am-noon

Poster 4- Treatment, Rehabilitation & Assessment

112. Effects of truncation on language sample analysis in aphasia

Fergadiotis G., Harris Wright H.

113. Laterality mediates the benefits of neurostimulation on new language learning

Woolllams A., McMillan I., Wells E., Mistry S., Hamdy S.

114. A pilot study of using the Tagalog version of the Western Aphasia Battery-Revised in the Philippines

Ozaeta C., Kong A., Bagsarsa Ranoa-Javier M.

115. Effects and comparison of 2 intensive language and communication therapies on sentence production

Charpié Gambazza C., Python G., Schneider L.

116. Exploring metalinguistic profiles in people with aphasia. Some therapeutic implications of the MetAphAs protocol

Hernández-Sacristán C., Rosell-Clari V.

117. Computer-based mapping therapy in sentence comprehension : nine case studies

Python G., Chételat D.

118. A validation of the Cantonese version of the Birmingham Cognitive Screen (BCoS) for stroke survivors in Hong Kong

Chan J., Kong A., Weekes B., Humphreys G., Riddoch J., Bickerton W., Lau J.

119. Transcranial direct current stimulation to improve naming abilities of persons with chronic aphasia: An individualized based protocol

Lifshitz Ben-Basat A., Gvion A., Jean-Jacques V., Mashal N.

120. Language training and anodal transcranial direct current stimulation of the motor cortex in chronic aphasia

Floel A., Darkow R., Meinzer M.

121. Improving brain-damaged patients' verbal working memory abilities with a group-based training program.

Chételat D., Bacchetta C., Schneider L., D'Honincthun P.

122. Telerehabilitation in aphasia following a stroke - DiaTrain -

Meyer E., Leienbach M., Bilda K.

123. The Italian version of the Northwestern Assessment of Verb and Sentences (NAVS): Preliminary data on healthy and aphasic participants

Barbieri E., Alessio V., Brambilla I., Zanobio E., Luzzatti C., Cynthia T.

124. Combined Therapy with Propranolol and Bromocriptine for Treatment of Aphasia

Tanaka Y., Albert M., Cahana-Amitay D., Midori H., Fujita K., Miyazaki M., Kato Y., Tanaka M.

125. Measuring the effect of naming therapy

Koenig-Bruhin M., Hofmann V., Studer-Eichenberger F.

126. Effects of repeated theta burst stimulation on aphasia recovery

Schumacher R., Cazzoli D., Gutbrod K., Koenig M., Vanbellingen T., Nyffeler T., Müri R.

127. Effects of sound cuing on anomia in Chinese

Ho D., Siu E., Weekes B.

128. Treatment-Induced Neuroplasticity following Intensive Speech Therapy and a Home Practice Program in Four Cases of Chronic Aphasia

Kurland J., Stokes P., Stanek E., Andrianopoulos M., Zeffiro T.

129. Successful Remote Delivery of a Treatment for Phonologic Alexia via Telerehab

Getz H., Snider S., Brennan D., Friedman R.

130. Using transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) to treat pure alexia: a case study

Lacey E., Snider S., Hayward W., Friedman R., Turkeltaub P.

131. A new approach to the use of gestures in aphasia rehabilitation: stimulating spontaneous gesturing and body language

Erlenkamp S., Becker F.

132. From word level training to social conversation - Experience from an intensive group program for persons with mild to moderate aphasia

Kirmess M., Becker F.

133. Interactive Storytelling Therapy: Task effects and generalisation to conversation

Carragher M., Sage K., Conroy P.

134. Differentiating Types of Aphasia: A Case Study in Modern Data Mining Techniques

Makris C., Todd T.

135. Developing a new procedure for assessing communication in severe aphasia: The Famous People Protocol.

Holland A., Fromm D., Forbes M., MacWhinney B.

136. Combining bromocriptine and speech and language therapy in the treatment of a person with aphasia: A clinical study

Sage K., Galling M., Goorah N., Berthier M.

137. Remediation and Prophylaxis of Anomia in Primary Progressive Aphasia

Meyer A., Getz H., Snider S., Sullivan K., Long S., Turner R., Friedman R.

1:30pm-3:30pm

Platform 5- Treatment & Assessment

138. The Efficacy of Semantic and Phonological Therapy; The Rotterdam Aphasia Therapy Studies

Visch-Brink E., Van de Sandt-Koenderman M., Nouwens, F., Mendez-Orellana C., De Jong-Hagelstein M., De Lau L., Smits M., Koudstaal P., Dippel D.

139. Towards a Theory of Naming Treatment: Delineating the Impact of Retrieval Practice in Aphasia

Middleton E., Schwartz M.

140. Acquisition versus generalization in sentence production treatment in aphasia: Dose-response relationships

Dickey M., Yoo H.

141. Randomized controlled therapy effectiveness trials in aphasia: The psychometric properties of a novel speech-systematic aphasia screening (SAPS)

Abel S., Niemann K., Chwalek V., Krzok F., Radermacher I., Nobis-Bosch R., Huber W., Willmes K.