Science of Aphasia XIX, Lido of Venice, September 18-22, 2018.
September 19: Embodied Cognition
Luciano Fadiga (Univ. Ferrara): Action, Interaction, Communication
Greig de Zubicaray (Queensland University of Technology): If embodiment is the answer, what was the question?
September 20: Action
Angelika Lingnau (Royal Holloway, London):The organization of observed actions in the human brain
Roel Jonkers (Univ. Groningen): Verb processing in acquired language disorders: the role of verb type
September 21: Interaction
Wendy Best (UCL): Conversation Intervention in Action
Gloria Olness (Univ. of North Texas): From Reference to Prominence: Toward a Model of Communicative Functionality in Discourse
Anne-Catherine Bachoud-Levi (Inserm, Paris) : Striatum and Language
September 22: Wrap up
David Caplan (Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston): Comments on language and its relation to action and social interaction
Frank Zanow (eemagine, Berlin; ANTneuro, Enschede): The future of mobile EEG and pervasive neurotechnology
Suzanne Beeke (University College London) : Talk matters in aphasia: Changing communication behaviours using Conversation Analysis