2017

Oyama, D., Miyamoto, M., Adachi, Y., Flick, G., Marantz, A., & Uehara, G. (2017, May). A platform for real-time signal processing for magnetoencephalography. Poster presented at Biomagnetic Sendai, 2017.

Matar, S., & Marantz, A. (2018). Syntactic category prediction during reading: Evidence from adjectival modification in Standard Arabic. Poster presented at the CUNY Sentence Processing Conference 2018, University of California, Davis, USA.

2016

Gwilliams, L.(2016, November). In spoken word recognition the future predicts the past. HLP Lab, University of Rochester. NY, USA.

Gwilliams, L., Linzen, T., Neophytou, K., Poeppel., D & Marantz, A. (2016, September). Tracking lexical garden-path resolution with MEG: Phonological commitment and sensitivity to subphonemic detail are independent. Presentation at AMLAP 2016, Bilbao, Basque Country. 

Gwilliams, L., Linzen, T., Neophytou, K., Poeppel., D & Marantz, A. (2016, August). Tracking lexical garden-path resolution with MEG: Phonological commitment and sensitivity to subphonemic detail are independent. Poster presented at the 2016 Society for the Neurobiology of Language Conference, London, UK. 

Neophytou, K., Manouilidou, C., Stockall, L., & A. Marantz (2016, August). Processing of lexical category and argument structure information in deverbal adjectives: An MEG study on Greek. Poster presented at the Society for the Neurobiology of Language Conference, London, UK. 

Sharpe, V., Reddigari, S., Pylkkänen, L., & Marantz, A. (2016, August). Granularity of prediction for English verb continuations. Poster presented at the Society for the Neurobiology of Language Conference, London, UK. 

Gwilliams, L., Linzen, T., Neophytou, K., Warnke, L., Poeppel., D & Marantz, A. (2016, April). Early and asymmetric sensitivity to phonological boundaries and within-category variation across hemispheres. Poster presented at the 2016 CNS Annual meeting, New York, USA. 

Brodbeck, C., Gwilliams, L. & Pylkkänen, L. (2016, April). Amodal reference resolution in medial parietal cortex. Poster presented at the 2016 CNS Annual meeting, New York, USA.

Gwilliams, L., Linzen, T., Neophytou, K., Warnke, L., Poeppel., D & Marantz, A. (2016, March). Phoneme ambiguity is reflected very early in primary auditory cortex. Poster presented at the 29th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Florida, USA. 

Brodbeck, C., Gwilliams, L. & Pylkkänen, L. (2016, March). Modality general and specific brain responses during reference resolution. Poster presented at the 29th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Florida, USA.

Gwilliams, L. & Marantz, A. (2016, February). Taking Morphology Seriously: MEG Studies of Morphological Representations. Presentation at 17th International Morphology Meeting, Vienna, Austria. 

Stockall, L., Manouilidou, C., Gwilliams, L. & Marantz, A. (2016, February). Un/Re-packing argument and event structure restrictions on prefixation: MEG evidence. Workshop on the syntax of argument structure: empirical advancements and theoretical relevance. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenschaft, Leipzig, Germany.

2015

Gwilliams, L. & Marantz, A. (2015, October). Representations of the stems you can’t see: A MEG study of morphological decomposition. Poster presented at the Society for the Neurobiology of Language Conference, Chicago, USA.

Stockall, L., Gwilliams, L., Manouilidou, C. & Marantz, A. (2015, October). Access to lexical category and verb argument structure in the early stages of processing morphologically complex words: MEG investigations of prefixation. Poster presented at the Society for the Neurobiology of Language Conference, Chicago, USA

Gaston, P., Gwilliams, L. & Marantz, A. (2015, October). The time-course of cohort restriction in syntactic context: MEG evidence for a single auditory word-form. Poster presented at the Society for the Neurobiology of Language Conference, Chicago, USA

Oseki, Y., Gwilliams, L., Blanco-Elorrieta, E., Gaston, P., Pylkkänen, L. & Marantz, A. (2015, October). Neural Dynamics of Morphological and Phrasal Composition. Poster presented at the Society for the Neurobiology of Language Conference, Chicago, USA

Gwilliams, L., & Marantz, A. (2015, June). Abstract representation of the root morpheme: A magnetoencephalography study of spoken Arabic. Presentation at the 9th Morphological Processing Conference, Potsdam, Germany.

Gwilliams, L., & Marantz, A. (2015, March). Decomposition of spoken Arabic words into root morphemes during processing: Evidence from magnetoencephalography.Presentation at the Linguistics in the Gulf 5 Conference, Doha, Qatar.

Al Kaabi, M., & Marantz, A. (2015, March). Subliminal speech priming on Emirati Arabic Roots: an MEG investigation. Presentation at the Neuroscience of Language Lab Workshop 2015, Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Brooks, T., & Marantz, A. (2015, March). Lexical access: a multi-modal approach. Presentation at the Neuroscience of Language Lab Workshop 2015, Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Gaston, P., & Marantz, A. (2015, March). Modulating entropy in syntactic context: an MEG study of noun/verb homonyms. Presentation at the Neuroscience of Language Lab Workshop 2015, Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Gwilliams, L., & Marantz, A. (2015, March). Letter specific sensitivities in the brain: located in time, space and current direction. Presentation at the Neuroscience of Language Lab Workshop 2015, Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Gwilliams, L., & Marantz, A. (2015, February). Non-linear processing of a linear speech stream. Presentation at the NYUAD Annual Research Conference 2015, Abu Dhabi, UAE.

2014

Gwilliams, L., Lewis, G., & Marantz, A. (2014, August). Revealing the cortical dynamics of letter string perception. Poster presented at the sixth annual Society for the Neurobiology of Language Conference, Amsterdam. 

King, J., Linzen, T., & Marantz, A. (2014, August). Noun/verb entropy: an MEG study of word-level syntactic category ambiguity. Poster presented at the sixth annual Society for the Neurobiology of Language Conference, Amsterdam. 

Linzen, T., Gaston, P., Gwilliams, L., & Marantz, A. (2014, August). Competition and prediction in the auditory processing of morphologically complex words. Poster presented at the sixth annual Society for the Neurobiology of Language Conference, Amsterdam. 

2013

Brooks, T., Garcia, D., Marantz, A., Pylkkänen, L. (2013, April). Combinatorial effects within compound words during visual word recognition. Poster presented at the 20th annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA. 

Linzen, T., Fruchter, J., Westerlund, M., & Marantz, A. (2013, April). Predicting the foreseeable future: MEG evidence for preactivation of predicted words. Poster presented at the 20th annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA. 

Ettinger, A., Linzen, T., & Marantz, A. (2013, April). The role of morphology in phoneme prediction: Evidence from MEG. Poster presented at the 20th annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA. 

Ettinger, A., Linzen, T., & Marantz, A. (2013, March). The role of morphology in phoneme prediction: Evidence from MEG. Poster presented at the 26th annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Columbia, SC. 

Linzen, T., Fruchter, J., Westerlund, M., & Marantz, A. (2013, March). Predicting the foreseeable future: MEG evidence for preactivation of predicted words. Talk presented at the 26th annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Columbia, SC.

2012

Linzen, T., Marantz, A. & Pylkkänen, L. (2012, October). Syntactic effects in single word recognition: evidence from MEG. Talk presented at the eighth annual Mental Lexicon Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Linzen, T. & Westerlund, M. (2012, October). Predicting the foreseeable future: Do readers use collocational transition probability to predict upcoming words? Talk presented at the eighth annual Mental Lexicon Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Fruchter, J., Stockall, L., & Marantz, A. (2012, April). MEG masked priming evidence for early form-based decomposition of irregular past tense verbs. Poster presented at the 19th annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Chicago, IL. 

2011

Fruchter, J., Stockall, L., & Marantz, A. (2011, November). Early decomposition effects during visual processing of past tense verbs: An MEG study using masked priming and single-word lexical decision tasks. Poster presented at the third annual Neurobiology of Language Conference, Annapolis, MD. 

Lewis, G., & Marantz, A. (2011, November). The latency of lexical access in visual and spoken word recognition. Poster presented at the third annual Neurobiology of Language Conference, Annapolis, MD. 

Fruchter, J. & Marantz, A. (2011, April). MEG evidence for recombination stage in full decomposition model of visual word recognition. Poster presented at the 18th annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA. 

Lewis, G., & Marantz, A. (2011, April). The effect of meaning entropy during auditory homophone recognition: MEG evidence for amodal lexical entries. Poster presented at the 18th annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA. 

2010

Fruchter, J. & Marantz, A. (2010, November). Neural correlates of the effects of semantic coherence and derivational family entropy on processing of morphologically complex words. Poster presented at the second annual Neurobiology of Language Conference, San Diego, CA. 

Lewis, G., & Marantz, A. (2010, November). Affix frequency versus positional letter string frequency in visual recognition of morphologically complex words. Poster presented at the second annual Neurobiology of Language Conference, San Diego, CA. 

2009

Lewis, G., Solomyak, O., & Marantz, A. (2009, October). The neural basis of obligatory decomposition of suffixed words: Tracking the “broth” in “brother”. Poster presented at the first annual Neurobiology of Language Conference, Chicago, IL. 

2008

Solomyak, O., & Marantz. A. (2008, April). Evidence for early morphological decomposition in visual word recognition: A single trial correlational MEG study. Poster presented at the fifteenth annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA.