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Access to Language and Cognitive Development

Conferenza internazionale realizzata dalla Facoltà di Psicologia dell'Università degli Studi di Trieste.
Aula Magna del Conservatorio: 9.30-12.30 - 14.00-17.00.

30/10/2009

Program

Friday, 30 October 2009 –Aula Magna, Conservatorio Tartini

Early language input and cognitive development (9.30am-12.30pm)

9.30 Virginia Slaughter & Candida C. Peterson (University of Queensland) – Conversational input and theory of mind

10.10 Elizabeth Meins (University of Durham) – Mothers and mind-reading:Mind-mindedness and young children

10.50 coffee

11.10 Michelle Chouinard (University of California, Merced) – Questions in children

11.50 Gil Diesendruck (Bar-Ilan University) – Children's assumption about the conventionality of language

12.30 lunch

Language access, communication and cognition (2pm – 4 pm)

2.00 Kang Lee (University of Toronto) and Heather Fritzley (Sheridan College, Toronto) – Biases in young children

2.40 Mako Okanda, Jing Zhu, & Shoji Itakura (Kyoto University) – Culture,language and children

3.20 Brian Butterworth (University College London) – Development of spatial strategies for numerical tasks: Evidence from indigenous Australia

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th Kanizsa Lecture (Annual event sponsored by the Department of Psychology, University of Trieste), Museo Revoltella, via Diaz 27, Trieste

4.30 Prof. Jan J. Koenderink (Delft University of Technology) – The mind into space(http://www.psico.univ.trieste.it/convegni/kanlect/)

Saturday, 31 October 2009 - Aula Magna, Conservatorio Tartini

Cognitive development and access to more than one language (9.30am - 12.30pm)

9.30 Stephanie M. Carlson (University of Minnesota) – Bilingualism and executive function

10.10 Terry Kit-fong Au (University of Hong Kong) – Overhearing a second language and cognitive development

10.50 coffee

11.10 Ágnes Melinda Kovács (Hungarian Academy of Sciences & Central European University, Budapest) – Bilingualism and theory of mind

11.50 Michael Siegal (University of Trieste & University of Sheffield), Maria A.Tallandini, Corinna Michelin, & Sandra Pellizzoni (University of Trieste) – Effects of bilingualism on cognitive development: Evidence from studies of conversational understanding and moral cognition

12.30 lunch

Cognitive development in children with atypical access to language (2pm – 4 pm)

2.00 Luca Surian & Alessandra Geraci (University of Trento, Roverto Campus) – Word learning and social cognition in children with autism

2.40 Annika Dahlgren Sandberg & SvenOlof Dahlgren (University of Gothenburg) – Access to language in children with cerebral palsy: Consequences for cognitive development

3.20 Marek Meristo, Erland Hjelmquist (University of Gothenburg) & Gary Morgan(City University London & DCAL University College London) Gary Morgan (City University, London), Marek Maristo & Erland Hjelmquist (University of Gothenburg) –The impact of access to language on deaf children cognitive development

4.00 conference finish