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Confs: Ling Theory/Speech Pathology/Speech Therapy

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Message 1: Ling Theory, Speech & Lang Pathology, Speech Therapy

Date: Tue, 1 Aug 2000 10:12:53 +0200
From: Elisabetta Fava <elifavaux1.unipd.it>
Subject: Ling Theory, Speech & Lang Pathology, Speech Therapy

This is the proogram of the conference

linguistic theory, speech and language pathology, speech therapy,
University of Padova, August 22-26

August 22-26, 2000
Dip.to di Discipline linguistiche, comunicative e dello spettacolo
 	Tuesday, August 22
 9.30	Opening: Magnifico Rettore dell'Universit�, G. Marchesini and other
	autorities: Prof. A. Mioni, Chair, and Prof.ssa E. Fava, Dept. Discipline
	Linguistiche, comunicative e dello spettacolo
10.00	Y. Tobin, Dept. of Foreign Literatures and Linguistics & Dept. of
	Behavioral Sciences, Ben-Gurion Univ. of the Negev
 	Phonology as Human behavior: theoretical implications and cognitive
	and clinical applications
10.45	P. Howell, J. Au-Yeung, I. Vallejo-Gomez, K. Dworzynski, Univ.
	college London
 	Using phonological word to predict the development of stuttering
	from childhood to adulthood
11.30	P. Howell, J. Au-Yeung, S. Davis, S. Sackin, P. Red, Univ. college
	London
 	A linguistically motivated operant procedure for treating stuttering
 	Reception
15.30	D. Rybarova, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Institute of Philosophy,
	Bratislava, Slovak Republic
 	SLI, modularity and empiricism
16.00	Habibeh Samadi, Kerman Univ. of Medical Sciences, Kerman, Iran
 	The cognitive basis of syntactic development vs nativitist
	arguments (evidence from Persian)
16.30	S.M. Suzman, Linguistics Dept., Univ. of the Witwatersrand
 	Specific Language Impairment in Zulu
 	Break
17.15	A. Terzi, Dept. of Speech Therapy, Technological Educational
	Institute of Patras, K. Petinou, Cyprus Institute of Neurology and
	Genetics, Cyprus
 	The position of clitics in early and SLI Cypriot Greek
17.45	Rui Rothe-Neves, G.O.M. Wood, V.G. Haase, F. Alves, Univ. Federal
	de Minas Gerais, Depto. de Psicologia, Belo Horizonte, Brasil
 	Working memory assessment battery: psycholinguistic considerations
18.15	E. Zaretsky, Boston Univ., Dept. of Psychology
 	Auditory Comprehension in SLI Children: the Working Memory Perspective
 	
 	Wednesday, August 23
9.00	R. Bastiaanse, Univ. of Groningen, Neurolinguistic Research Group,
	S. Edwards, Dept. of Linguistic Science, The Univ. of Reading, UK, J.E.
	Rispens, Neurolinguistic Research Group (BCN)
 	The Verb and Sentence Test (VAST)
9.40	J.E. Rispens, BCN, Groningen, R. Bastiaanse, Univ. Groningen,
	Neurolinguistic Research Group, S. Edwards, Dept. of Linguistic Science,
		The Univ. of Reading
 	The clinical relevance of a linguistic based test battery for
	aphasics (the Verb and Sentence Test): two case studies
10.20	S. Edwards, Dept. of Linguistic Science, The Univ. of Reading
 	Grammar & fluent aphasia
 	Break
11.15	Kyrana Tsapkini, Research Center, Institut univ. de g�riatrie de
	Montr�al, Montreal, G. Jarema, Univ. de Montr�al, E. Kehayia, Aristotle
	Univ. of Thessaloniki, Greece and Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital, Laval,
	Canada
 	Dissociating different types of mental computations during the
	processing of past tense in Greek-speaking aphasic patients
11.55	M. Bley, Universit�tsklinik Leipzig, Neurologie/Stroke Unit
 	Event-related potentials (ERP) during lexical-semantic processing
	in aphasic patients: a follow-up study from the acute stage to the chronic
	stage of aphasia
15.30	Leah Paltiel Gedalyovich, Ben-Gurion Univ., Israel
 	Testing linguistic concepts: are we testing semantics, syntax or
	pragmatics?
16.00	A. Lowit, Dept. of Speech and language Therapy, Strathclyde Univ.,
	Glasgow, Uk
 	Assessment of dysarthric speakers: How useful are current clinical
	methods?
16.30	L. Gonzalez De Pietrosemoli, Univ. de Los Andes, M�rida, Venezuela
 	Phonological Theory and Rehabilitation in Aphasia
 	Break
 	
 	SESSION A
17.15	H. Miyakoda, Dept. of Computer, Information and Communication
	Sciences, Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Technology
 	What speech errors tell us about the syllable
17.45	A.K. Carter, Dept. of Psychology Speech Research Lab, Indiana
	Univ., Bloomington
 	A Phonetic and Phonological Analysis of Weak Syllable Omissions:
	Comparing Children with Normally Developing Language and Specific Language
	Impairment
 	
 	SESSION B
17.15	J.E. Flege, Dept. of Rehabilitation Sciences, Univ. of Alabama at
	Birmingham
 	Does age constrain the learning of second-language (L2) speech?
17.45	S. Llach Carles, Univ. de Girona, Laboratori de Fon�tica, Facultat
	de Lletres
 	Language learning impairments: phonological deficit in categorical
	perception
 
 	POSTER SESSION: 18.30 -19.30
 	F. Belais, Paris 7
 	A study about organization and temporal structures in two compared
child story-tellings
 	B. Blecua Falgueras, S. Llach Carles, Laboratori de Fon�tica, Univ.
de Girona, Spain
 	The relationship between auditory temporal processing and language
learning impairments
 	S. Ferraris, Univ. del Piemonte Orientale, Vercelli
 	The development of Pragmatic Cohesion in Italian L1 and L2 learning
varieties
 	Thao Le, S. Guizzo, Faculty of Education, Univ. of Tasmania, Australia
 	The significance of systemic functional linguistics to language
pathology
 	Thao Le, S. Guizzo, Univ. of Tasmania, Australia
 	A linguistics courseware: a collaborative approach
 	L. Lena, Logopedista ORL, Pordenone, A. Pinton, Logopedista ORL,
Padova
 	Some questions on utterance as a means for analyzing spoken
language data
 	L. Maccagnan, A. Pinton, Logopedista ORL, Padova
 	Reference data for observation of linguistic comunication in
preschool age
 	E. Magno Caldognetto, C. Zmarich, Istituto di Fonetica e
Dialettologia - C.N.R., Padova
 	The extraction of phonological information from the visible
articulatory movements: Lipreading data
 	E.C. de Oliveira, E.C. Jurado, L.C.F. - UNESP - MAR�LIA, R. Preto,
SP, Brasil
 	Relationship among prosodic elements of speech in Parkinsonian
patients and their linguistic function
 	V. Pav�n V�zquez, Dep.to de Filolog�as Inglesa y Alemana,
Universidad de C�rdoba, Spain
 	The acquisition of a second language phonology: myths and realities
 	Tranthi Mai, Centre Hospitalier Regional and Univ. de Lille
 	Linguistic Lexicon and communicative strategies
 	Youmi Llan, Paris 7
 	Convergence of vowel duration between children and their mother:
study of four utterance types such as CV, CVC, CVCV, VCV produced by two
native Korean children aged 19 to 24 months
 	
 	Thursday, August 24
 	Boat Trip to Venice
 	
 	Friday, August 25
9.00	M.A. Nippold, C. Moran, I. Schwarz, Communication Disorders &
	Sciences, Univ. of Oregon, Eugene
 	Idiom Comprehension in New Zealand Youth: Synergistic Relationships
9.40	Yumiko Tanaka Welty, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, J. Watanabe, L.
	Menn, Univ. of Arts Junior College, Osaka, Japan
 	An Exploratory Study on Production in Japanese Preschoolers with
	Specific Language Impairment
10.20	S. Stavrakaki, Central Communications Facility, Aristotle Univ.
	Thessaloniki, Greece
 	A-bar movement in Greek children with SLI
 	Break
11.15	C. Kauschke, R. De Bleser, Dept. of Linguistics, Univ. of Potsdam,
	Germany
 	Acquisition and loss of grammatical categories: a cross-linguistic
	study of normal and disturbed noun and verb processing
 	S. Zuckerman, R. Bastiaanse, Univ. of Groningen
 	Verb Movement and Finiteness: Agrammatism and Child Language Compared
15.30	B.M. Garner, CSSE, Monash Univ., Clayton, Australia
 	Symbols and language
16.00	A. Gavarro, Univ. Aut�noma de Barcelona, Dept. de Filolog�a
	Catalana, Barcelona
 	Failure to Agree in Agrammatism
16.30	E. Ruigendijk, Univ. of Groningen, BCN Graduate School of
	Behavioral and Cognitive Neurosciences
 	Case in two German agrammatic aphasics
 	Break
 	
 	SESSION A
17.15	Dirk-Bart Den Ouden, R. Bastiaanse, Univ. of Groningen, Graduate
	School for Behavioural and Cognitive Neurosciences
 	Segmental vs Positional Markedness in Syllables: Deletion errors in
	the paraphasias of fluent and non-fluent aphasics
17.45	C. Perez Sanz, Instituto Universitario Ortega y Gasset, Madrid
 	Optimal Study of some data of phonological impairment
 	
 	SESSION B
17.15	S. Avrutin, D. Manzoni, Utrecht Univ.
 	Grammatical Constraints on Agrammatic Speech: Evidence from Italian
17.45	Z. Banr�ti, Research Institute for Linguistics, Budapest
 	Directionality of VP Ellipsis in Sentence Processing: a
	Neurolinguistic Approach
 	
 	POSTER SESSION: 18.30-19.30
 	B. Arf�, Dip. di Psicologia dello sviluppo e della socializzazione,
Univ. di Padova
 	Writing strategies of prelingual deaf students. A pilot study
 	S. Bonifacio, C.Visini, E. Zocconi, I.R.C.C.S., Trieste, L.
Girolametto, E. Weitzman, Dept. of Speech-Language Pathology, Faculty of
Medicine, Univ. of Toronto
 	Contingent responsiveness of Italian speaking and English speaking
mothers to children with expressive vocabulary delays
 	P. Otero Cabarcos, Fac. de Filolox�a, Univ. de Santiago de
Compostela, Spain
 	One approach to phonological disorders from Clinical Phonology
 	P. Chinellato, Dip. di discipline linguistiche, comunicative e
dello spettacolo, Univ. di Padova e Venezia
 	Agreement Disorders in Broca's Aphasia Sentence Production: a
Bilingual Case Study
 	M.E. Favilla, Dept. of Linguistics, Univ. of Pisa
 	Phonological tests (batteria B.A.D.A.) and evaluation of afasic
patients. A proposal for an improuvement
 	L. Ferroni, Unit of Recovery and Functional Rehabilitation, "S.
Francesco" Hospital, Barga (Lucca), C. Bacci, Service for out-patient
Rehabilitation, Pietrasanta (Lucca), M.E. Favilla, Dept. of Linguistics,
Univ. of Pisa, S. Chiocca, Dept. of Neuroscience, Univ. of Pisa, M. Vista,
Unit of Neurology, Hospital, Lucca
 	Evidence of the interaction between the modules of the
lexical-semantic system: the rehabilitation of the grapheme-phoneme
conversion mechanism.
 	E. Franchi, Univ. di Firenze/Siena
 	Logogenia & the problem of language acquisition among deaf people
 	E.C. de Oliveira, E.C. Jurado, L.C.F. - UNESP - MAR�LIA, R. Preto,
SP, Brasil
 	Relationship among prosodic elements of speech in Parkinsonian
patients and their linguistic function
 	D. Rosolen, E. Zocconi, I.R.C.C.S, Trieste
 	Comparison of analysis results on speech samples between tipycal
development and specific language impairment children
 	L. F�tima Zaniboni, Univ. estadual Paulista (UNESP), Instituto de
Bioci�ncias, Letras e Ci�ncias Exatas (IBILCE), M.L.G. Corr�a, Univ. de Sao
Paulo (USP)
 	Writing and speech in Parkinsonian patient's writing producion
 	C. Zmarich, Istituto di Fonetica e Dialettologia - C.N.R., Padova,
S. Bernardini, Centro Medico-Chirurgico di Foniatria, Padova
 	Prosodic Factors Affecting Stuttering
 	
 	Saturday, 26 august
9.00	M. Almazan, Facultad de Lenguas y Letras, Univ. Autonoma de
Queretaro, Mexico
 	Modularity and language impairment (on Williams Syndrome)
9.40	J. Siegmueller, H. Bartels, Univ. of Postdam, Institute of
Linguistics, Potsdam, Germany
 	Against a syndrome specific language profile in Williams Syndrome:
evidence from the comparison of two single cases
10.20	V. Stojanovik, M. Perkins, S. Howard, Univ. of Sheffield, Dept. of
Human Communication Sciences
 	The language/cognition interface - lessons from Williams Syndrome
and Specific Language Impairment
 	Break
11.15	L. Tuller, Univ. di Tours
 	Persistent errors in the syntax of a proficient deaf speaker of French
11.55	R. Ajello, G. Marotta, L. Mazzoni, F. Nicolai, Dip. di Linguistica,
Pisa
 	On written and spoken "morphological fragility" of Italian deafs
 	Closings

Organizing committee:
Prof. A. Mioni, Prof. E. Fava, Dr. P. Crisma, Dr. M. D'angelo, Dr. S.
Gesuato, Dr. A. Zijno
Universit� di Padova, Dip.to di Discipline linguistiche, comunicative e
dello spettacolo
Via Beato Pellegrino 1, Palazzo Maldura - I-35100 Padova (Italy)
Fax ++39-049 8274919


fax ++39-049 8274919, phone ++39-049-8274925

E-mail:
Elifavaux1.unipd.it (Prof. Elisabetta Fava)

http://www.maldura.unipd.it


the website of the conference is

linguistic theory, speech and language pathology, speech therapy

http://www.unipd.it/ammi/comunica/annunci.html


best regards


elisabetta fava
_____________________________________
Prof. Elisabetta Fava
Dipartimento di discipline Linguistiche, comunicative e dello spettacolo
Universit� di Padova
Palazzo Maldura
via Beato Pellegrino 1
I-35100 Padova

fax ++39-049 8274919, phone ++39-0498274925

E-mail:
Elifavaux1.unipd.it (Prof. Elisabetta Fava)

http://www.maldura.unipd.it

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