The 12th Mental Lexicon conference was held in person October 11-14, 2022 in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada. The conference brought together psycholinguistic, neurolinguistic, and computational research on the representation and processing of words in the mind/brain.
We are so proud of all of our Reading Lab student presenters at Mental Lexicon 2022. Special congrats to MSc student Heather Wild, who won best talk, and PhD student Jordan Gallant, who won best poster!
[Awarded Best Talk] Valence effects in the wild: Analysing word learning in language learning apps
Heather Wild* and Victor Kuperman
When the root of ‘barking’ can access ‘tree’: Eye-tracking and maze evidence for the activation of ambiguous morphological roots in sentences
Jordan Gallant*, Roberto G de Almeida and Gary Libben
[Awarded Best Poster] Motor Manifestations of Lexical and Semantic Properties When Typing Compounds
Jordan Gallant*, Gary Libben, Laurie Beth Feldman
The search for matching nouns: parafoveal processing of gender-specific German articles
Laura Schwalm* and Ralph Radach
Affective congruency in compound processing
Reading Lab alumni:
Gains in L2 vocabulary knowledge and reading speed predict future academic success: an investigation of EAL students following completion of an English bridging program
Daniel Schmidtke* and Anna Moro
Breeding hate in the lab: investigating lexical valence as a window into intergroup bias
Daniel Schmidtke* and Victor Kuperman
The English Lexicon Imputation Project
Bryor Snefjella* and Idan Blank
Investigating semantic transparency in compound words using the visual world paradigm
Kelly Nisbet*, Christina Gagne and Thomas Spalding
Read more at Mental Lexicon Conference Website.