Catherine L. Caldwell-Harris, Ph.D.


Conferences & Colloquia, 2010-2011

Event 

Location 

Date

Topic 

Co-authors

Berkeley Linguistics Society

Berkeley

Feb 6-7 2010

Orthography Shapes Semantic and Phonological Activation in Reading

Hui-wen Cheng

TESOL

Boston

March 24-27 2010

Promoting Teaching Methods and Materials for ASL-English Education

Snodden, Hoffmeister, Kuntze...

Theoretical Issues in

Sign Language Research

Purdue, Indiana

Sept 30 2010

Cognitive and linguistic control in verbs of motion and location: Acquiring plurals & arrangements.

Hoffmeister Fish & Kuntze

Presented at the International Neuropsychological Society

Boston

Feb 2 2011

Jokes in a Second Language Elicit Reduced Physiological Arousal

Aycicegi-Dinn

International Association for Applied Linguistics

Beijing, China

August 23-28 2011

Emotional arousal elicited by reading or listening to emotional phrases in a native vs. a foreign language

Aycicegi-Dinn

Eastern Psychological Association

Cambridge, MA

March 10-13 2011

Syntactic difficulty can increase or decrease perceived emotional content of a sentence

Aycicegi-Dinn

Eastern Psychological Association

Cambridge, MA

March 10-13 2011

Systemizing and Special Interests: Understanding Neurotypical and Autism Spectrum Disorder Differences

Chloe Jordan

 

Past Conferences (selected)

Event

Location

Date

Topic

Format

Psychonomics Society Meeting

Kansas City

Nov 21-24 2002

Repetition Blindness: Bug or Feature?

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Eastern Psychological Asocation (EPA)

Baltimore, MD

March 13-16, 03

All my projects:  Repetition Blindness... Bilingualism... Obsesive Compulsive

Cognitive Neuroscience Society

New York City

March 30-April 1, 2003

Illusions electrified: ERP priming effects are induced by illusory words

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Cognitive Neuroscience Society

New York City

March 30-April 1, 2003

Bilinguals' autonomic arousal to language mirrors their subjective emotional experience

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Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting

San Francisco

March 2002

Electrodermal Recording and Bilingualism

Abstract
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Psychonomic Society Meeting

Orlando

November 2001

Nonwords and Repetition Blindness

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University of Hull Visit

Hull, England

May 5-9, 2001

 

 

Consciousness and Emotion Conference

 

January 11-18, 2001

When hunches mislead: Problem-solving deficits in patients with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Abstract
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Theoretical and Experimental Neuropsychology

Montreal

June 2000

Adult Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: ÆNeuropsychological Correlates and Clinical Presentation

Abstract
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Psychonomic Society Meeting

New Orleans

November 16-19, 2000

How are Diacritic Letters Represented? Evidence from Turkish Repetition Blindness

Abstract
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Neural Information Processing

Colorado

November 1998

Distributed Representations and Mixed Schemas

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Eastern Psychological Asocation (EPA)

Washington, DC 

April  16-18
    2004

Repetition Blindness... Bilingualism... Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Language, Cognition, Mind

Bristol

Portsmouth

Amsterdam

July 15-16

July 17-20

July 22-28

Language is Embodied, Emotional, and Contextualized:  Evidence from Psychophysiological Studies of Bilingual Speakers (with Julia Feld)

abstract

Conceptual Structure, Discourse and Language

University of Alberta

October 8-10 2004

Heightened emotion in a first language: Evidence for context dependent
storage of words and phrases

 

abstract

Language, Cognitive Science and Evolutionary Psychology

Portland, Maine

October 22-23, 2004

Homo sapiens are wired for emotion, and language is no exception

 

Psychonomics Society Meeting

Minneapolis 

November 18-21, 2004

"Illusory" Taboo words are better detected than non-taboo targets (with Don MacKay, Rendi Bolton and Christopher Robles) 

and with Sharon Hannigan: Schizotypal traits and memory illusions

5th International Symposium on Bilingualism.

Barcelona

20-23th March 2005

Bilingual Lexicon

 

SUNY Albany Cognitive Psychology Talk

Albany, NY  

October 2005

Emotion and bilingualism

abstract

Cornell University Psychology Department

Ithaca, NY

Feb 10, 2006

Emotion: The always neglected, all-essential ingredient of language acquisition and processing

abstract

Brigham & Women Hospital, Behavioral Neuroscience Seminar.

Boston, MA

March 2, 2006

The Neuropsychology of Empathy

 

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The Second Biennial Conference on Cognitive Science

St. Petersburg, Russia

June 9-13 2006

Reactions to emotional language in English-Russian bilingual speakers

Symposium description

Cognitive Neuroscience Society

New York

May 2007

Psychophysiological Studies of Emotional Arousal to Bilingual
Speakers' First and Second Languages

Staroselsky, Vasilyeva, Rukovets, Choate

Association for Psychological Science

Washington DC

May 26, 2007

Preferring to lie in L1 vs L2: Is emotionality or proficiency more important?

N. Sanchez, B.Ventura, C. Angun, A. Aycicegi-Dinn

University of Kent Workshop on Bilingualism and Emotion

Canterbury

May 26-27

When is the first language more emotional?

See paper

BU Child Language Development

Boston

Nov

Foreign vocabulary learning

Kristina Dahlen

Psychonomic Society

Long Beach

Nov 2007

"Stop That" more arousing in L1, "I love you" in L2.

Jimmy Tong

Cognitive Science Society

Washington D.C.

July 23-26 2008

Tracks in the Mind: Differential Entrenchment of Common and
Rare Liturgical and Everyday Multiword Phrases in Religious and
Secular Hebrew Speakers

Berant, Edelman

American Psychological Association

Boston

August 14-17 2008

Session: Religion and Spirituality---Personality and Social Development abstract

Elizabeth LoTempio, Chloe Jordan

Psychonomic Society

Chicago

November 13-16 2008

Fast Pairs: A visual word recognition paradigm for measuring entrenchment, top-down effects, and subjective phenomenology

Alison Morris

Invited colloquium, Bangor University

Wales

March 7, 2009

The difficulty of acquiring a second language in adulthood: Is emotionally-mediated learning the missing ingredient?

abstract

Invited colloquium, Autism Research Center

University of Cambridge

March 13, 2009

Born on the wrong planet? Using forum postings to test hypotheses about special interests and religious beliefs of autistic spectrum young adults (abstract)

Caitlin Murphy, Choe Jordan

Society for the Scientific
Study of Reading

Boston

June 25-27

When learning to read means learning a second language via print: The challenge for deaf children

email me for paper under review at Cognition

Cognitive and Neural Systems

Boston

May 26-29, 2009

3 papers: Non-native speech perception in noise; Lying and emotion in a non-natve language; Processing simplified and tradition Chinese scripts

With Ayse Aycicegi-Dinn; Hui-wen Cheng

Society for the Scientific Study of Religion

Denver

Oct 24-26, 2009

The puzzle of nonbelief

email me for paper/abstract

Psychonomics Society Meeting

Boston

Nov 19-2, 2009

Breaking the language barrier: Social interactivity improves adult language learning

Tong, Dahlen, Stone, Chu