- Date: Wednesday 15 March 2017
- Time: 12:00 - 13:30
- Location: LHRI (29-31 Clarendon Place)
- Categories: Language Development and Cognition
The Language Development & Cognition satellite is hosting a mini poster conference to give PhD students the opportunity to showcase their research.
All welcome! There will be tea/coffee and “home made” biscuits.
- How does prioritisation and probe frequency affect visual working memory in children?
Amy Atkinson – School of Psychology (Supervisors: Richard Allen and Amanda Waterman)
- Do task-relevant stimuli arrangements boost working memory performance in children?
Ed Berry – School of Psychology (Supervisor: Amanda Waterman)
- The Role of Syntactic Priming in Auditory Word Identification
Basma Elkhafif – School of Psychology (Supervisor: Jelena Havelka)
- A pilot study examining academic reading comprehension skills in EFL students
Handan Lu – School of Education (Supervisors: Richard Badger; Shirley Anne-Paul)
- Do italics facilitate processing of contrastive focus?
Chris Norton – Linguistics & Phonetics (Supervisors: Cat Davies and Diane Nelson)
- The Language Profile of the Born in Bradford cohort
Lydia Gunning – School of Psychology (Supervisor: Ekaterini Klepousniotou)
- Effects of verb-semantic and discourse-contextual information in the interpretation of reflexive ziji by (English-L1) L2 learners of Chinese
Mengling Xu – Linguistics & Phonetics (Supervisor: Cecile De Cat)