Poster Presentations

The DMEM-2018 Program Committee invites poster proposal submissions on topics related to the Workshop themes:

  • Multimodality
  • Discourse Markers
  • Discourse Processing Models
  • First & Second Language Acquisition
  • Experiment Design and Statistics

Poster presentations are intended as a means to communicate and exchange ideas in a face-to-face discussion space and may include a report of an original on-going research study or a research proposal.

Thursday - November 8th, 2018

Adriana Pérez

Universidad del Norte, Colombia

Reformuladores de la información en explicaciones construidas por estudiantes universitarios

Miguel A. Bargetto

Universidad de las Américas, Chile

Organización léxica en estudiantes universitarios

Valeria Riveros

Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Chile

The effectiveness of the use of literature-to-film adaptations in the development of reading comprehension

Lourdes Torres

Iberoamerika-Zentrum (Heidelberg University), Germany

The scalar focus operator 'hasta': An experimental study.

Natasha Artemeva & Chloë Grace Fogarty-Bourget

Carleton University, Canada

Is this the right answer?: Patterned multimodal behavior of instructors responding to students in the university mathematics classroom

Liliana Vásquez-Rocca, Patricia Baeza Duffy & Dominique Manghi

Universidad Andrés Bello & Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile

Construcción discursiva multimodal sobre la educación de los dos candidatos presidenciales más votados en las elecciones de Chile 2017

Laura Nadal, Giovanni Parodi, Cristóbal Julio, Gina Burdiles & Adriana Cruz

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Heidelberg University & Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción, Chile - Germany

Always look back: Eye movements as a reflection of anaphoric encapsulation in Spanish while reading the neuter pronoun ‘ello’

Gabriela Zunino

Universidad de Buenos Aires - Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas, Argentina

Complejidad sintáctica y complejidad de procesamiento: interacciones entre información sintáctica y conocimiento previo sobre el mundo durante la comprensión de relaciones semánticas. Does the procedural meaning of ‘even’ help readers accelerate the comprehension of a pragmatic scale?

Iria Bello & Carolina Bernales

Heidelberg University & Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Germany - Chile

Does the procedural meaning of ‘even’ help readers accelerate the comprehension of a pragmatic scale?

Dalia Reyes & María Eugenia Flores

Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, México

Impacto del discurso docente en la construcción léxica de sus estudiantes

Danisa Salinas

Universidad Andrés Bello, Chile

Prácticas multimodales: Narrativas digitales en la enseñanza del inglés (EFL) en 7° Básico

Research group: Discourse particles and Cognition

Iberoamerika-Zentrum, Heidelberg University Language and Cognition Lab, Germany

Processing patterns of Spanish discourse markers: An overview

Michel Cara, Esteban Yima & Álvaro Hurtado

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile

Integration mechanisms in sight singing and silent reading

Carolina Bernales, Belén Ibaceta, Hellen Rojas & Tamara Torres

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile

Reading patterns and reading comprehension of glossed L2 texts: An eye-tracking experiment

Martha Rudka & Johannes Gerwien

Heidelberg University, Germany

Expectation changes over time: How long it takes to process focus imposed by German 'sogar'

Elizabeth Díaz V.

Universidad de Concepción, Chile

Effects of lexical hyperlinks on the reading comprehension of expository texts in English as a foreign language

Pelusa Orellana, María Francisca Valenzuela, Jeff Elmore, Melody Kung & A. Jackson Stenner

Universidad de los Andes & MetaMetrics, Inc., Chile

EVOC, a corpus-based Chilean Spanish vocabulary assessment with randomized distractors

Inés Recio, Giovanni Parodi & Cristóbal Julio

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso & Heidelberg University, Chile - Germany

When words and graphs move the eyes: The processing of multimodal causal relations