Poster sessions

Poster Session I: Monday 31 October 2016, 13.45-15.15h

1. Audiovisual benefit for degraded speech: a highly robust, but variable effect
Heidi Solberg Økland, Saskia Helbling, Helen Blank and Matt Davis

2. Phoneme categorization gradiency is advantageous for coping with ambiguities: Evidence from individual differences
Efthymia C. Kapnoula, Jan Edwards and Bob McMurray

3. Articulatory compensation for perturbation of online-auditory feedback in a first and second language
Eva Reinisch, Dianne Nowack, Nikola Anna Eger and Philip Hoole

4. Testing the ‘Gabbling Foreigner Illusion’: do foreign languages sound fast?
Hans Rutger Bosker and Eva Reinisch

5. Benefit of regular hearing aid usage on speech perception: A matter of general (language) processing strategy?
Rebecca Carroll, Warzybok Anna and Esther Ruigendijk

6. Challenging the native language filter: the categorisation of minimally contrasting Spanish phonemes by native and non-native speakers
Elianne de Ruiter, Kasper Kok and Monique Lamers

7. Pure linguistic interference during comprehension of competing speech signals
Bohan Dai, Anne Kösem, James McQueen and Peter Hagoort

8. The Role of Entrained Oscillations During Foreign Language Listening
Sophie Arana, Lisa Rommers, Peter Hagoort, Tineke Snijders and Anne Kösem

9. Sentence meaning relationships influence the perception of speech under adverse listening conditions
Sara Guediche, Megan Reilly, Carolina Santiago, Patryk Laurent and Sheila E. Blumstein

10. Looking at the knife when hearing map: How important is the Dutch lexicon when processing English words in noise?
Maria van de Groep, Odette Scharenborg and Florian Hintz

11. Hearing is believing: semantic illusions in the auditory modality
Mary Rudner, Malin Jönsson, Sofia Szadlo and Emil Holmer

Poster Session II: Tuesday 1 November 2016, 13.45-15.15h

1. Intelligibility of older talkers when speaking in noise and speaking clearly
Huiwen Goy, M. Kathleen Pichora-Fuller and Pascal Van Lieshout

2. Cross-linguistic verbal emotion perception in background noise
Jiska Koemans and Odette Scharenborg

3. The discrimination of voice cues in simulations of bimodal cochlear-implant hearing
Annika Luckmann, Jessy M. Ceha, Etienne Gaudrain, Terrin N. Tamati and Deniz Başkent

4. Theta oscillations determine auditory word segmentation
Antje Strauss, Molly Henry and Jean Luc Schwartz

5. Resistance to noise of Spanish Consonants
Ignacio Moreno Torres, Pablo Otero Roth and Elena Garayzábal

6. Native language status of the listener modulates the neural integration speech and gesture in clear and adverse listening conditions
Linda Drijvers and Asli Ozyurek

7. Sequences of cold pizza – Infants’ recognition of phrases in song and speech
Laura Hahn, Titia Benders, Tineke M. Snijders and Paula Fikkert

8. The processing of wh-questions by children with normal hearing and children with a cochlear implant
Atty Schouwenaars, Esther Ruigendijk, Petra Hendriks and Mareike Finke

9. How our own voice influences speech perception
Hans Rutger Bosker

10. Functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS): a flexible tool to examine the neural signature of effortful listening?
Ian Wiggins, Pramudi Wijayasiri and Douglas Hartley