Oral session – topic 1 (fNIRS in Neurodevelopment Research)

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Date(s) - October 18, 2021
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


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Time Submission No. Title Authors

(Presenter in bold)

UTC/GMT 13:00-13:10 225 Prenatal exposure to an unfamiliar language: A facilitation or competition effect for the newborn’s brain linguistic processing? Laura Caron-Desrochers, Natacha Paquette, Phetsamone Vannasing, Julie Tremblay, Kassandra Roger, Sarah Provost, Solène Fourdain, Alejandra Hüsser, Laurence Petitpas, Judith Gervain, Isabelle Boucoiran, Catherine Taillefer and Anne Gallagher
UTC/GMT 13:10-13:20 33 Prediction of tactile stimuli in the premature newborn brain Victoria Dumont, Martina Giovannella, Daniel Zuba, Régis Clouard, Turgut Durduran, Bernard Guillois and Nadege Roche-Labarbe
UTC/GMT 13:20-13:30 69 Hemodynamic Correlates of Speech Processing Using fNIRS: Assessing the Effect of Bilingualism in Young Infants Borja Blanco, Monika Molnar, Irene Arrieta, César Caballero-Gaudes and Manuel Carreiras
UTC/GMT 13:30-13:40 247 Cortical Lateralization in Young Infants’ Lexical Tone Perception Jie Ren, Lin Cai, Gaoding Jia and Haijing Niu
UTC/GMT 13:40-13:50 122 Increased task-based connectivity across development in a social cognition task: Links to developmental outcomes? Sabrina Di Lonardo Burr, Haykaz Mangardich, Laura Pirazzoli, Abby Magee, Anna Herbolzheimer, Sara Sanchez-Alonso, Benjamin Zinszer, Adam Eggebrecht, Richard Aslin, Charles Nelson, Vikranth Bejjanki and Lauren Emberson
UTC/GMT 13:50-14:00 13 An early start to schooling is associated with improvements in vocabulary and visual working memory. Sobana Wijeakumar, Christina Davidson, Courtney McKay, Eva Rafetseder and Yee Lee Shing
UTC/GMT 14:00-14:10 228 Attention in Toddlers is Related to Individual Differences in Executive Functioning and Parental Risk for Attention Deficits Anastasia Kerr-German, Stuart White, August Namuth, Jaylin Tuman and Chanelle Gordon
UTC/GMT 14:10-14:20 246 Links Between Socio-Economic Disadvantage, Neural Function, and Working Memory in Early Childhood Xinge Li, Rebecca Lipschutz, Samuel Montero Hernandez, Brian Biekman, Shutian Shen, Diana Montgomery, Susan Perlman, Luca Pollonini and Johanna Bick
UTC/GMT 14:20-14:30 110 Preschoolers’ prefrontal cortex activation in action sequence planning in a naturalistic situation Lisanne Schroer, Paola Pinti, Richard Cooper and Denis Mareschal
UTC/GMT 14:30-14:40 22 Neural responses to touch in naturalistic mother-infant interactions Trinh Nguyen and Stefanie Hoehl
UTC/GMT 14:40-14:50 45 Neural Correlates of social perception between 5 and 24 months in Gambian infants: a longitduinal investigation Chiara Bulgarelli, Anna Blasi, Clare E. Elwell
and Sarah Lloyd-Fox
UTC/GMT 14:50-15:00 106 Association of psychosocial adversity and social information processing in urban Bangladeshi children: a fNIRS study Laura Pirazzoli, Eileen Sullivan, Wanze Xie,
John Richards, Rashidul Haque, William Petri
and Charles Nelson