Bourse de Voyage aux étudiants gradués
CRBLM encourage les étudiants membres à présenter leurs résultats scientifiques lors d’une conférence internationale. Une expérience avantageuse dans la formation des étudiants diplômés. Notre objectif est de faciliter le partage et l’acquisition de nouvelles connaissances, le réseautage et la promotion de la collaboration scientifique.
Admissibilité: Les étudiants diplômés du CRBLM (maîtrise et doctorat). Le demandeur doit être le premier auteur et le présentateur.
Date limite : Cycle 1 – Pour les conférences entre le 1er mai et le 31 août 2019.
Le dépôt des candidatures est le : 30 avril 2019
Date limite : Cycle 2 – Pour les conférences entre le 1er septembre et le 31 décembre 2019.
Le dépôt des candidatures est le: 31 août 2019
Date limite : Cycle 3 – Pour les conférences se déroulant entre le 1er janvier et le 30 avril 2020.
Le dépôt des candidatures est le: 31 décembre 2019
Montant : jusqu’à 700 $
Le prix sera attribué à titre de remboursement de frais pouvant aller jusqu’à 700 $ pour les frais de déplacement admissibles liés à la conférence, c’est-à-dire les frais de déplacement, d’hôtel, d’inscription et de repas (excluant l’alcool).
À leur retour de la conférence, les bénéficiaires sont priés de communiquer avec l’administrateur à email@example.com pour planifier une réunion. Les bénéficiaires seront invités à soumettre leurs reçus originaux de voyage, une copie de leur présentation de conférence montrant l’affiliation le CRBLM et une copie du programme de conférence.
Les candidats peuvent détenir du financement complémentaire mais n’ont pas le droit d’accepter le prix si le total des fonds reçus (de toutes sources) dépasse les frais de déplacement pour la conférence. Autrement dit, les étudiants ne peuvent pas faire de gains personnels avec ce prix.
Affiliation: les candidats devront inclure une preuve d’affiliation avec le CRBLM sur leur affiche ou leur présentation et utiliser le logo du CRBLM.
Automne 2019 :
Brouillard, M. “The effect of code switching on word learning in bilingual 5-year-olds.” Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD), Boston, MA
Emond, E. “Grammatical principles guide infants’ interpretation of noun phrase references.” Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD), Boston, MA
Honda, C. “Lexical stress processing in bilinguals: a mismatch negativity study.” Workshop for Young Female Researchers in Speech Science & Technology, Graz, Austria
Liu, YY. “Factors shaping vowel perception biases in adults.” 178th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, San Diego, CA
Matthews, T. “Groove is Associated with an Overestimation of Tapping Synchrony.” Predictive Brain Conference, Marseille, France
Royer, J. “The distribution of status suffixes in Chuj and the interface between syntax and prosody.” Conference on Indigenous Languages of Latin America, Austin, TX
Socolof, M. “Which-questions, uniqueness, and answerhood: evidence from disjunction.” The 50th Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS), Cambridge, MA
Whitehead, J. “Isolating the neural correlates of processing socio-emotional threat and ambiguity across modalities with influence of individual differences: An fMRI-adaptation study.” Society for Neuroscience (SfN), Chicago, IL
Whittaker, H. “Longitudinal training with information-based neuromodulation to enhance working memory.” Clinician Investigator Trainee Association of Canada Annual General Meeting, Banff, AB
Été 2019 :
Al-Yawer, F. “Sensory loss and cognitive function in older adults at different stages of cognitive impairment,” 5th International Conference on Cognitive Hearing Science for Communication (CHSCOM 2019), Linkoping, Sweden
Chauvin, A. “Individual differences in the use of visual speech cues and sentence context to aid speech perception under noisy conditions in young and older bilinguals,” International Symposium on Bilingualism, Edmonton, Alberta
Fenerci, C. “Dissociating the effect of autobiographical memory retrieval on the cognitive and affective components of empathy,” The Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science (CSBBCS), Waterloo, Ontario
Fromont, L. “Reevaluating the dynamics of auditory sentence processing: an ERP study in French,” Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Helsinki, Finland
Gurguryan, L. “Pushing boundaries: The influence of context shifts on memory for temporal order,” The Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science (CSBBCS), Waterloo, Ontario
Harada, M. “Contextual effects on case in Japanese copular constructions,” The 12th Generative Linguistics in the Old World in Asia (GLOW in Asia 12), Seoul, Korea
Herbay, A. “Lexical pre-activation and post-lexical integration accounts of the N400 ERP effect: When semantic relational priming interacts with words’ syntactic categories,” 11th Society for the Neurobiology of Language Conference (SNL), Helsinki, Finland
Hinton, D. “Parkinson’s disease affects neural activation during continuous alterations to the split-belt treadmill: An [18F] FDG PET Study,” International Society of Posture and Gait Research World Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland
Jiang, B. “A deep neural network approach to investigate tone space in languages,” 177th Meeting of Acoustical Society of America, Louisville, Kentucky
Kabbara, J. “Computational investigations of pragmatic effects in natural language,” The 2019 Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies (NAACL-HLT), Minneapolis, MN
Lamontagne, J. “Evidence of gradient weight and phoneme retention,” Manchester Phonology Meeting, Manchester, UK
Matsushita, R. “MEG reveals neurophysiological evidence of tDCS effect on the auditory system,” Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Rome, Italy
Nader, M. “On the contribution of linguistic and cognitive factors to the micro and the macro levels of reading comprehension among heritage language children,” The 12th International Symposium on Bilingualism (ISB12), Edmonton, Alberta
Park, YW. “Interaction between lexical tone and intonation in Kinshasa Lingala,” International Congress of Phonetic Sciences 2019, Melbourne, Australia
Potvin-Desrochers, A. “Resting-state functional connectivity changes related to freezing of gait in Parkinson’s disease,” International Society for Posture and Gait Research World Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland
Rousseau, P-N. “The striatum is shaped by bilingual experience and musical training,” Organization for Human Brain Mapping Annual Meeting, Rome, Italy
Sares, A. “Music and language habits of people who stutter: a live data-collection event,” World Congress of the International Stuttering Association, Hveragerdi, Iceland
Scheurich, R. “Measuring intra- and inter-brain dynamics during joint rhythmic tasks,” 2019 Biennial Meeting of the Society for Music Perception and Cognition, New York, NY, USA
Schott, E. “Child bi- and multilingualism in the home in Canada: Rates and language pairs,” International Symposium on Bilingualism 12, Edmonton, Alberta
Wright, S. “Circadian contributions to individual differences in performance rates,” Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour, and Cognitive Science 2019, Waterloo, Ontario
Hiver 2019 :
Smeets, L. « Testing L1 transfer at the syntax-discourse interface: the case of CLLD in Italian, » XV Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition (GASLA 15), Reno, Nevada
Automne 2018 :
Athari, P. “Maternal vocal imitation in mother-infant interaction,” Lancaster Conference on Infant and Early Childhood Development
Coburn, P. “An In Vitro Testing Platform of Macrophage Polarization in Hydrogel Scaffolds,” 2018 TERMIS World Congress, Kyoto, Japan
Dong, Y. “BanditSum: Extractive Summarization as a Contextual Bandit,” 2018 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP), Brussels, Belgium
Emami, A. “A Knowledge Hunting Framework for Common Sense Reasoning,” 2018 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP), Brussels, Belgium
Forrester, D. “Gender Differences in Emergent Literacy Learning From a Shared Reading Intervention With eBooks,” ASHA Annual Convention, Boston, MA
Gold, B. “Predictability and uncertainty in the pleasure of music,” Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA
James, L. “Motor contributions to vocal sequence learning biases,” Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA
Sidarta, A. “Suppression of Lateral Prefrontal Cortex Impairs Somatosensory Working Memory,” Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA
Subramaniapillai, S. “Sex differences in brain-behavior correlations in episodic memory: an adult lifespan study,” Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA
Été 2018 :
Codere Corbeil, M. “Scalar implicatures and sentence similarity in distributional semantics,” North American Summer School on Logic, Language, and Information (NASSLLI), Pittsburg, PA
Dahary, H. “Comparing intensity ratings of emotions in music and faces by adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder,” International Society For Autism Research, Rotterdam
DiGiovanni, D. “Comparing task and resting-state functional connectivity in presurgical language mapping,” Tenth Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Québec City
Hill, K. “Are morphological effects modulated by semantic similarity? A study of priming in Quebec French,” CogSci 2018 – the 40th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Madison, Wisconsin
Kellison-Linn, E. “A large-scale study of consonant voicing effects on F0 in spontaneous English speech,” 16th Conference on Laboratory Phonology (LabPhon16), Lisbon, Portugal,
Mauchand, M. “Ironic Tones of Voices,” Speech Prosody 9, Poznan, Poland
Mitchell, T. Neural adaptations in Parkinson’s Disease for complex locomotion,” Canadian Association for Neuroscience, Vancouver, Canada
Palma, P. “Managing ambiguity: An eye-tracking study of the relationship between executive function and L2 homograph processing,” Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour, and Cognitive Science, St-John’s, NL
Ruan, Y. “Rhythm and melody: The spectral and temporal characteristics of Chinese newborn’s crying,” Summer School: Infant Studies on Language Development in Europe, Potsdam, Germany
Sander, K. “Refining diffusion MRI as a tool to link anatomical connectivity and second-language learning success,“ Society for the Neurobiology of Language 10th Annual Meeting, Quebec City
Tao, J. “Durational cues to word boundaries in spontaneous speech,” Speech prosody, Lisbon, Portugal, and LabPhon, Poznan, Poland
Tiv, M. “Greater bilingual language experience predicts greater sarcasm use in daily life,” International Conference on Language and Social Psychology, Edmonton, Alberta,
Whitehead, J. “Combined fMRI-adaptation (fMRI-a) and multivariate pattern analysis (MVPA) reveal difference between musicians and non-musicians in response to auditory emotional information,” Social & Affective Neuroscience Society, New York
Hiver 2018 :
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
Automne 2017 :
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.
Été 2017 :
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.” 8thTutorial 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.
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.