Presentations

Conference Presentations

Sabourin, L., Brien, C. Vīnerte, S., Burkholder, M., Leclerc, J.-C. (2017). Language processing in bilinguals: distinguishing early sequential from simultaneous. Paper presented at Bilingualism vs. Monolingualism: A New Perspective on L2 Limitations 2017 Conference, Toulouse, France.

Vīnerte, S., Li, Y. Y. J., & Sabourin, L. (2017). Investigating the order of lexical access during reading of Japanese logographic script. Poster presented at Canadian Linguistics Association 2017 Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Vīnerte, S., & Sabourin, L. (2017). Cognitive control in late bilinguals: the role of the linguistic environment. Poster presented at the American Association for Applied Linguistics 2017 Conference, Portland, USA.

Vīnerte, S., & Sabourin, L. (2016). Different writing, different reading: Examining alphabetic and logographic processing via the Stroop task. Poster presented at the Tenth International Conference on the Mental Lexicon, Ottawa, Canada.

Vīnerte, S., & Sabourin, L. (2016). Impact of the environment of L2 acquisition and use on cognitive control and language processing. Poster presented at the Pacific Second Language Research Forum 2016, Tokyo, Japan.

Sabourin, L., Burkholder, M., Vīnerte, S., Leclerc, J.-C., Brien, C. (2015). Language processing in bilinguals: evidence from lexical organization and cognitive control. Paper presented at European Second Language Acquisition 2015 Conference, Aix-en-Provence, France.

Vīnerte, S., & Sabourin, L. (2015). What colour is 赤? Investigating cognitive control in multi-script bilinguals. Poster presented at Bilingualism and Executive Function 2015 Conference, New York, USA.

Vīnerte, S., & Sabourin, L. (2015). Processing differences between simultaneous and early bilinguals: Evidence from tasks of cognitive control. Poster presented at the International Symposium  on Bilingualism 2015 Conference, New Brunswick, N.J., USA.

Vīnerte, S., & Sabourin, L. (2015). Bilingualism and Cognitive Control: The ANT in a Canadian Context. Poster presented at Canadian Linguistics Association 2015 Conference, Ottawa, Canada.

Vīnerte, S., & Sabourin, L. (2014).The earlier the better? Bilingualism and cognitive control. Poster presented at Architectures and Mechanism for Language Processing 2014 Conference, Edinburgh, UK.

Vīnerte, S., & Sabourin, L. (2013) .Effects of bilingualism on cognitive control in Stroop and ANT tasks. Poster presented at International Workshop on Bilingualism and Cognitive Control, Krakow, Poland. Poster received 3rd place poster prize.

Vīnerte, S., & Sabourin, L. (2013). Effects of cognitive control on second language processing. Poster presented at International Symposium of Psycholinguistics, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain.

Vīnerte, S., & Sabourin, L. (2013). Effects of bilingualism on cognitive control. Poster presented at University of Ottawa Psycholinguitics Shorts, Ottawa, Canada.

Vīnerte, S. (2010). Independent Japanese Study Methods. Talk  presented at Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET)  Programme Tokyo Orientation Conference, Tokyo, Japan.

Vīnerte, S. (2010). Strategies for Classroom Management and Effective Language Teaching. Talk presented at Tottori JET Prefectural Midyear Conference, Tottori, Japan.

Vīnerte, S. (2009). Communication and Strategies for Effective Team Teaching. Talk presented at Tottori JET Prefectural Midyear Conference, Tottori, Japan.

Vīnerte, S. (2008). Language and Second Language Acquisition. Talk presented at Tottori JET Midyear Conference, Tottori, Japan.

 

Invited Talks

Vīnerte, S. (2016). What is psycholinguistics? Talk presented to English Seminar at Kobe College, Kobe, Japan.

Vīnerte, S. (2015). Bilingual cognitive control and language processing. Talk presented to Research Seminar at Kobe City University of Foreign Studies, Kobe, Japan.

Vīnerte, S. (2015). Bilingual cognitive control: the Stroop and ANT tasks. Talk presented to 4th Year Zemi at Konan University, Kobe, Japan.

Vīnerte, S. (2013). The Genetics of Language. Talk presented to Communication Disorders course at University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada.