CRBLM encourages student members to present their scientific results at an international conference. It is a profitable experience in the training of graduate students. Our aim is to facilitate the sharing and acquisition of new knowledge, networking and the fostering of scientific collaboration.
- CRBLM Graduate Student Members (Master’s and Doctorate)
- Applicant must be first author and presenter
Round 1 – For conferences falling between May 1st and August 31, 2018. Deadline for application: April 30, 2018
Round 2 – For conferences falling between September 1st and December 31, 2018. Deadline for application: August 30, 2018
Round 3 – For conferences falling between January 1st and April 30, 2019. Deadline for application: December 31, 2018
Amount : up to $700
The award will be issued as an expense reimbursement of up to $700 for allowable travel expenses related to the conference, ie., travel, hotel, registration and meals (exclusive of alcohol). Upon their return from the conference, recipients are asked to contact the administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a meeting. Recipients will be asked to submit their original travel receipts, a copy of their conference presentation showing CRBLM’s affiliation and a copy of the conference program.
Applicants are expected to have complementary funding from their supervisors but are prohibited from using this award in conjunction with another formal travel award such as the Alma-Mater Award or departmental travel stipend.
Affiliation : Please include your affiliation with CRBLM on your poster or presentation and use the CRBLM logo.
2017 Round 3:
Fromont, L. “The interplay between syntactic and semantic processing in late learners of French: An event-related brain potential (ERP) study.” International Congress of Linguists, Cape Town, South Africa
Hinton, D. “Cerebellar and Parietal Cortex Activation predicts walking pattern characteristics during continuous gait adjustments to the split-belt treadmill: An [18F]-FDG PET Study.” Society for the Neural Control of Movement Annual Meeting 2018, Sante Fe, NM, USA
Lamontagne, J. “Morphological and Phonological Motivations for Prominence Shifts in French.” Linguistic Society of America’s Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, USA
Lee, A. “The missing link in the acquisition of grammatical gender by L2 learners of French.” American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), Chicago, IL, USA.
Mutlu, F. “Labiality lurks, palatality glides: Asymmetries in harmony.” GLOW (Generative Linguistics in the Old World), Budapest.
Peters, S. “Comparing and contrasting the neural mechanisms of autobiographical memory and problem solving.” International Conference on Learning and Memory, Huntington Beach, CA, USA
2017 Round 2:
Colby, S. “Inhibitory and lexical frequency effects in younger and older adults’ spoken word recognition.” 174th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, New Orleans, LA, USA.
Glushko, A. “Cortical tracking of linguistic structures: The role of covert prosody.” Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Baltimore, MD, USA.
Gurguyan, L. “The neural basis of thematically and spatially guided recall of recent and remote autobiographical memories.” Society for Neroscience, Washington, DC, USA.
Orena, A. “The relationship between language experience and infants’ word segmentation skills.” Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA, USA.
Subramaniapillai, S. “Sex differences in spatial context memory performance across the adult lifespan.” Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC.
Thomas, M. “Modification of the adult rat tonotopic map through passive sound exposure impairs performance on a tone discrimination task.” International Conference on Auditory Cortex, Banff, AB.
Thompson, J. “Encoding of dynamic ripple mixtures in human auditory cortex using 7T fMRI.” International Conference on Auditory Cortex, Banff, AB.
2017 Round 1:
Bang, J. “Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder can demonstrate in-depth word learning: Expressive language measures of fast-mapping.” San Francisco, CA, USA.
Courteau, E. “Morphosyntactic event-related potential development in children: A review.” 14th International Congress for the Study of Child Langauge (IASCL 2017), Lyon, France.
Duan, W. “Teaching French pronunciation to Chinese adult learners in communicative language classrooms: Examining the effectiveness of explicit phonetic instruction.” Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics, Toronto, ON.
Gilbert, A. “Producing appropriate prosodic cues in a non-dominant language: preliminary results from French-English bilinguals.” 8th Tutorial and Research Workshop on Experimental Linguistics, Heraklion, Crete, Greece.
Herbay, A. “Can French-English bilinguals process verb-particle constructions in a native-like manner? A self-paced reading study.” Bilingualism Vs. Monolingualism: A New Perspective On Limitations To L2 Acquisition, Toulouse, France.
Mitchell, T. “A comparison of the neural correlates of complex walking in healthy young adults and middle-aged adults during real locomotion.” International Society for Posture and Gait Research World Congress 2017, Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA.
Oba, T. “Form-focused practice and corrective feedback in Japanese EFL classrooms.” Reading, UK.
Scheurich, R. “Tapping into rate flexibility: Influences of musical training and spontaneous production rates on synchronization.” Neuroscience and Music VI: Music, Sound, and Health, Boston, MA, USA.
Tuerck, C. “Music therapy improves parent-child relationships and decreases maladaptive behaviors in children with ASD.” Neuroscience and Music VI, Boston, MA, USA.
Vergis, N. “Communicating affective stance through tone of voice.” International Society of Research on Emotion (ISRE), St. Louis, MO, USA.
2016 Round 3:
Arnaud, L. “Repetition effects in early blind adults revealed by fMRI adaptation.” International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Honolulu, HI, USA.
Bang, H. “Speaker variability in cue weighting for laryngeal contrasts: The relationship to sound change.” 4th Workshop on Sound Change, Edinburgh, UK.
Garcia, G. “Adapting inconsistent lexical patterns: A Bayesian approach to weight and stress.” 91st Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Austin, TX, USA.
Goodhue, D. “Biased polar questions: VERUM focus is semantic focus, high negation is a distinct phenomenon.” Linguistic Society of America, Austin, TX, USA.
Mori, Y. “Perceiving a speaker’s ‘feeling of knowing’ from non-verbal cues.” Nonverbal Behaviour Preconference at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio, TX, USA.
Truesdale, D. “The sound of passion and indifference.” Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio, TX, USA.