Poster Session


LEGASCREEN – A multimodal test for early diagnostic of dyslexia and its acceptance

Arndt Wilcke, Bent Müller, the LEGASCREEN consortium, Holger Kirsten, Angela D. Friederici

LEGASCREEN: Genetic modulators of dyslexia related MMR

Bent Müller, Gesa Schaadt, Johannes Boltze, LEGASCREEN consortium, Arndt Wilcke, Holger Kirsten

The reading brain

When left hemisphere reading is compromised: comparing individuals after left cerebral hemispherectomy and developmental dyslexics

Stella de Bode, Tami Katzir, & Joanna Christodoulou

The sparse familiarity model: Building a computational basis for the left ventral occipito-temporal cortex (lvOT) in visual word recognition

Benjamin Gagl, Fabio Richlan, Philipp Ludersdorfer, Florian Hutzler, Jona Sassenhagen, & Christian Fiebach

Morphometry of three sulci in developmental dyslexia

Lou Scotto di Covella, François Leroy, Élodie Cauvet, Irène Altarelli, Karla Monzalvo, Katarzyna Jednorog, Stefan Heim, & Franck Ramus

Early reading

Sight word reading ability moderates the hemodynamic response for speech and print in the beginning readers of Polish

Katarzyna Chyl, Magdalena Łuniewska, Anna Banaszkiewicz, Agnieszka Dębska, Agata Żelechowska, Marek Wypych, Arthur Marchewka, Kenneth Pugh, & Katarzyna Jednoróg

Rudimentary knowledge of letter-sound association predicts left specialization of the occipito-temporal cortex to print in preschoolers

Aliette Lochy, Marie van Reybroeck, & Bruno Rossion

Neural basis of phonological awareness in beginning readers with familial risk of dyslexia

Magdalena Łuniewska, Agnieszka Dębska, Katarzyna Chyl, Anna Banaszkiewicz, Agata Zelechowska, Marek Wypych, Arthur Marchewka, & Katarzyna Jednoróg

Effects of shared book reading on children's expressive vocabulary and grapheme awareness

Patricia de Brito Castilho Wesseling, Corinna Christmann, & Thomas Lachmann

Speech, rhythm and reading

Music and dyslexia

Anna Pitt

The importance of attentional tracking of slow speech modulations for speech intelligibility and reading development

Paula Ríos, Monika Molnar, Mikel Lizarazu, & Marie Lallier

Speech matters: vocal sounds enhance the SMARC effect for non-speech sounds

Tina Weis, Barbara Estner, & Thomas Lachmann

Components of skilled reading

Pseudoword not letter knowledge increases efficiency of predictive processing: Evidence from novel orthography learning and cross-modal priming

Susanne Eisenhauer, Benjamin Gagl, & Christian Fiebach

An eye movement research on the effect of representations and text layout asthetics in physics problem solving

Andreas Dengel, Syed Saqib Bukhari, & Saleh Mozaffari Chanijani

Individual stability of early word decoding in incremental phonics instruction

Moniek Schaars, Eliane Segers, & Ludo Verhoeven

On the influence of the orthographic system beyond linguistic processes

Sophie Schlöffel, Marie Lallier, Manuel Carreiras, & Clara Martin

Letters in the forest: global precedence effect disappears for letters but not for non-letters under reading-like conditions

Andreas Schmitt & Thomas Lachmann

Word decoding in low- and high-skill readers: A diffusion model analysis

Sascha Schröder


Discourse expectations affect second language reading of complex noun phrases

Shanley Allen, Ian Brenckle, Neiloufar Family, & Kalliopi Katsika

Learning to read in Basque: Investigating the influence of phonological awareness, rapid automatized naming, visual attention span and language background on reading development in bilingual children

Alexia Antzaka, Marie Lallier, Sendy Caffarra, Sophie Schlöffel, Clara Martin, & Manuel Carreiras

First and second language acquisition in German children attending a kindergarten immersion program: A combined longitudinal and cross-sectional study

Kirstin Bergström, Maria Klatte, Claudia Steinbrink, & Thomas Lachmann

Information processing in developmental dyslexia

Many ways to read your vowels - neural processing of diacritics and vowel letters in dyslexic and typical readers of Hebrew

Tali Bitan, Yael Weiss, & Tami Katzir

Towards a computational model and neural account of dyslexia

Sagi Jaffe-Dax, Ofri Raviv, Nori Jacoby, Yonatan Loewenstein, & Merav Ahissar

Dyslexic readers benefit less than good readers from morphology and other statistical properties of language

Eva Kimel & Merav Ahissar

The role of phonological and orthographic confusion in processing auditory and visual verbal information in dyslexia

Daphne te Slaa, Petra Bos, & Monique Lamers

Training and remediation

Influencing performance in reading and spelling through a short-term training of morphological decomposition of written words

Irit Bar-Kochva

Visual processing of motion and form by relatively good and poor adult readers

Richard Johnston, Timothy Ledgeway, Nicola Pitchford, & Neil Roach

Easy-to-read books for dyslexic children in the Netherlands

Monique Lamers, Floor Banning, Eline van den Bogaart, Astrid Gilein, Birthe Kuiper, Matthijs van Pelt, Else Verhoef, & Petra Bos

Treatment of developmental dyslexia on the basis of the therapeutic program “Learning Breakthrough”

Patrycja Rusiak & Rob van der Lubbe