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COPAPOLS 2017

Challenges of Psycholinguistics and Psychology of Language and Speech – COPAPOLS 2017 PROGRAM

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  • Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine
  • Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University
  • Ukrainian Association of Psycholinguists (UAP)
  • Social Initiatives and Analytic Research Center (SIARC)

 

CHALLENGES

OF

PSYCHOLINGUISTICS

AND

PSYCHOLOGY

OF

LANGUAGE AND SPEECH – COPAPOLS 2017

THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

 
29th31st May, 2017

 

Lutsk – Svityaz’ 2017


Monday, 29th May, 2017

11:00 a.m.

 

Welcoming Messages:

 

Andrii Boyar, Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University, Vice-President for Science;

Oksana Rohach, Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University, Dean of College of Foreign Philology;

Zhanna Virna, Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University, Dean of College of Psychology.

 
Plenary session I

 

Martha Bojko, Ph.D., Yale University, USA: INTEGRATING AND INTERPRETING ILLNESS NARRATIVES AND EXPLANATORY MODELS IN CLINICAL SETTINGS

Azizuddin Khan, Ph.D., Purnima Bajre, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India: PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING IN ALPHASYLLABARY ORTHOGRAPHY: AN EXPERIENCE FROM HINDI

Larysa Zasiekina, Ph.D., Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University in Lutsk, Ukraine: AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MEMORY, TRAUMATIC MEMORY AND PTSD IN PSYCHOLINGUISTIC COORDINATES Valentyna Ushchyna, Ph.D., Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University in Lutsk, Ukraine: FROM STANCE TO SELF: THE DYNAMICS OF SITUATIONAL IDENTITY CONSTRUCTION IN DISCOURSE 

 

1:30 a.m. 2:15 p.m. Lunch

 

Tuesday, 30th May, 2017

10:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m.

 
Plenary session IІ

 

Svitlana Martinek, Ph.D., Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine: CONCEPTUALIZATION OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN ENGLISH, POLISH AND UKRAINIAN (AS BASED ON THE ASSOCIATIVE EXPERIMENT)

Susheel Sharma, Ph.D., University of Allahabad, India: THE TOWER OF BABBLE: MOTHER TONGUE AND MULTILINGUALISM IN INDIA

Maryna Orap, Ph.D.,Volodymyr Hnatiuk Ternopil National Pedagogical University, Ukraine: CONTROLLED AND UNCONTROLLED SPEECH: THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL ASPECTS

Vasyl Starko, Ph.D., Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University Lutsk, Ukraine: CATEGORIZATION, FAST AND SLOW

 

2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. master classes

 

Speech Disorders and Mutism from Art Therapy Perspective by Christina Hampton

Difficulties of Translating Poems by Susheel Sharma

 

 

4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. – panel dscussions

 

Panel 1. PSYCHOLINGUISTICS OF DISCOURSE AND COMMUNICATION

Chair: Dr. Nataliya Akimova

Secretary: Yulia Rosenhart

Nataliya Akimova, Kropyvnytskyi, Ukraine: NEWS SITES SPEECH CODE: PRESENTATION AND PERSONALIZATION

Yuliia Bondar, Kharkiv, Ukraine: COMMON AND SPECIFIC FEATURES IN VERBAL BEHAVIOUR OF OLD AGE RESPONDENTS (BASED ON “PLAYFULNESS” AS A STIMULUS WORD)

Blanka Čapková, Brno, Czech Republic: FREQUENCY OF PARTS OF SPEECH IN SPONTANEOUS SPEECH OF CZECH PRESCHOOL CHILDREN

Nataliya Dyachuk, Zhytomyr, Ukraine: FRAME ANALYSIS OF POLITICAL TEXTS

Alla Gnatiuk, Lutsk, Ukraine: AN ANALYSIS OF THE CONTEXTUAL SEMANTIC REALIZATION OF THE LEXICAL UNITS HESITATE, WAVER, VACILLATE, AND FALTERANDHESITATION, HESITANCY

Olena Halapchuk-Tarnavska, Lutsk, Ukraine: AGEING: SPEECH DISSOLUTION

Diana Kalishchuk, Lutsk, Ukraine: MEANS OF REALIZATION OF THE STRATEGY OF NEGATIVE REPRESENTATION OF “OTHERS” AS MARKERS OF CONCEPTUAL STYLES OF THE USA PRESIDENTS G. BUSH JR. AND B. OBAMA

Iuliia Kobzieva, Kharkiv, Ukraine: COMMON AND SPECIFIC FEATURES IN VERBAL BEHAVIOUR OF UKRAINIAN PEOPLE (BASED ON “CRISIS” AS A STIMULUS WORD)

Yulia Krylova-Grek, Kyiv, Ukraine: PSYCHOLINGUISTIC ASPECTS OF MANIPULATIVE TRANSLATION IN MEDIA

Larysa Kyrychuk, Lutsk, Ukraine: COMMUNICATIVE FEATURES OF SELF-DISCLOSURE IN PUBLIC SPEAKING CONTEXT

Hristo Kyuchukov, Magdeburg, Germany; Bariş Giray, Berlin, Germany: DEVELOPMENT OF TURKISH IN BILINGUAL CONTEXT

Hristo Kyuchukov, Magdeburg, Germany, William New, Beloit, USA: MOTHER TONGUE KNOWLDEGE OF ROMA CHILDREN IN SPECIAL SCHOOLS

Oleksandr Lavrynenko, Lutsk, Ukraine: QUASILANGUAGE AND HUMAN LANGUAGE AS MECHANISMS FOR EXPRESSION OF DIFFERENT REALITY-REFLECTIONS

Laryssa Makaruk, Lutsk, Ukraine: A SYNTHESIS OF VERBAL AND NON-VERBAL DEVICES IN MODERN ENGLISH MULTIMODAL TEXTS

Iryna Oliynyk, Ternopil, Ukraine: AN EMOTIONAL CONCEPT OF FEAR IN BOOKS FOR CHILDREN (A CASE OF TRANSLATION)

Oksana Orlenko, Lviv, Ukraine: THE SEMANTICS OF SYNONYMIC PREPOSITIONS VIA THE PRISM OF AN ASSOCIATIVE EXPERIMENT

Galyna Petrova, Kyiv, Ukraine: CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS OF SYNTAGMATIC ASSOCIATIONS FOR STIMULI-NAMES OF FOOD PRODUCTS IN UKRAINIAN AND MODERN GREEK LANGUAGES

Alina Roinita, Bucharest, Romania: COGNITIVE POETIC ANALYSIS. FIGURES AND GROUNDS IN ROMANIAN SURREALISM

Yulia Rosenhart, Lutsk, Ukraine: PSYCHOLINGUISTIC MARKERS OF DECEPTION IN POLITICAL DISCOURSE

Elina Rozvod, Lutsk, Ukraine: ASSOCIATIVE EXPERIMENT AS A CORE METHOD OF CONCEPT STUDIES

Svitlana Samiilyk, Zhytomyr, Ukraine: THE ISSUE OF FREE WORD ASSOCIATION TEST VALIDITY

Milan Samko, Nitra, Slovakia, Hristo Kyuchukov, Magdeburg, Germany: THE BILINGUAL NARRATIVES OF ROMA CHILDREN FROM SLOVAKIA

Dagnachew Degu Sulamo, Hosaena, Ethiopia: CONTENT QUESTIONS CONSTRUCTIONS IN HADIYYA

Marta Tomakhiv, Kyiv, Ukraine: PROSODIC MEANS OF SPEECH INFLUENCE REALIZATION: AUDITORY ANALYSIS

Yuliia Vorkovenko, Serhii Zasiekin, Lutsk, Ukraine: THE IMPACT OF MINDFULNESS BRIEF TRAINING ON LEXICAL VARIETY AND ACCURACY RATES OF THE EFL SPEECH

Serhii Zasiekin, Lutsk, Ukraine: COMPUTER-ASSISTED RESEARCH TOOLS FOR LINGUISTS, PSYCHOLINGUISTS AND TRANSLATION SCHOLARS

 

 

Panel 2. PSYCHOLOGY OF LANGUAGE AND SPEECH

Chair: Dr. Liudmyla Malimon

Secretary: Nataliia Chmil

 

Valery Belyanin, Toronto, Canada: HOW DEPRESSION MANIFESTS ITSELF IN FICTION

Khrystyna Bohrova, Kyiv, Ukraine: PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH OF THE PROSODIC COMPONENT OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN'S SPEECH

Tetyana Borodulkina, Zaporizzhia, Ukraine: THE HAND METAPHOR AS A PROJECTIVE TOOL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGIST

Svitlana Buchatska, Vinnytsia, Ukarine: PRACTITIONER PSYCHOLOGISTS’ COMPETENCE IN CONFLICT PREVENTION AND RESOLUTION

Nataliya Chmil, Lutsk, Ukraine: VERBAL REPRESENTATION OF THE CONCEPT “SERMON” (ACCORDING TO THE ASSOCIATIVE EXPERIMENT)

Christina Hampton, Boston, USA: USING ART TECHNIQUES IN WORKING WITH CHILDREN WITH SPEECH DISABILITIES

George Kalmykov, Slovyansk, Ukraine: DISCURSIVE INFLUENCE IN PROFESSIONAL SPEECH ACTIVITY OF AN INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGIST

Nataliya Kharchenko, Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine: MECHANISM OF MEANINGFUL ATTITUDES OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN LISTENING

Sarah Khettib, Oran, Algeria: METACOGNITION IN ENHANCING STUDENTS' PRODUCTIVE SKILLS

Khrystyna Khvorost, Lutsk, Ukraine: INDIVIDUAL INFORMATION SAFETY AND HEALTH IN POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT PERCEPTION: PSYCHOLINGUISTIC ASPECT

Anna Kulchytska, Alla Mudryk, Lutsk, Ukraine: THE EFFICIENCY FACTORS OF A TEXT COMPONENT OF THE ADVERTISING COMMUNICATION

Oksana Kykhtiuk, Tetyana Fedotova, Lutsk, Ukraine: SOCIAL AND PERCEPTUAL EVALUATION OF UKRAINE’S IMAGE BY COLLEGE STUDENTS

Liudmyla Malimon, Lutsk, Ukraine: ASSOCIATIVE EXPERIMENT AS A PSYCHOLINGUISTIC METHOD OF INVESTIGATING MANAGERIAL COMPETENCE

Inna Mysan, Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine: PHRASEOLOGISMS AS PSYCHOLINGUISTIC UNITS

Tetiana Pavliuk, Lutsk, Ukraine: FEATURES OF COGNITIVE ACTIVITY OF CHILDREN WITH DYSARTHRIA

Irena Postolova, Natalia Tomarieva, Kharkiv, Ukraine: EMOTIONAL ASPECTS OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC EXPERIMENT WITH “EUROPE” AS A WORD-STIMULUS

Olena Prosyanyk, Drabiv, Ukraine: INTRODUCING ACHIEVEMENTS OF PSYCHOLINGUISTICS INTO THE FUNCTIONING OF PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS

Iuliia Rozmyrs’ka, Lutsk, Ukraine: PSYCHOLINGUISTIC FEATURES OF STUDENTS’ COMMUNICATIVE SPEECH STYLES

Zoya Skorofatova, Drabiv, Ukraine: PSYCHOLINGUISTIC FEATURES OF ANTONYM ACQUISITION BY PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN

Oksana Solovei, Lutsk, Ukraine: SCHEMA THERAPY TECHNIQUES OF PROCESSING TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCE IN PERSONS WHO SUFFERED FROM PHYSICAL VIOLENCE

Halyna Trygub, Lutsk, Ukraine: WAYS OF SOLVING SOME PROBLEMS RELATED TO FOREIGN LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AT UNIVERSITIES

Olesia Turchak, Kyiv, Ukraine: PSYCHOLINGUISTIC APPROACH TO LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Dmytro Vlasiuk, Lutsk, Ukraine: MATHEMATICS LEARNING DIFFICULTIES AS A SEMANTIC PROBLEM

Iryna Volzhentseva, Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine: PARTICULARITY OF THE COMPONENTS DEVELOPMENT OF SOUND SPEECH CULTURE WITHIN PROSODIC: THE EMOTIONAL ASPECT

Liudmyla Zana, Kharkiv, Ukraine: LIFE DECISION VERBALIZATION DURING SHOCK TRAUMA PROCESS

 

Wednesday, 31st May, 2017

10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Plenary session IІI

 

Iia Gordienko-Mytrofanova, Ph.D., Hryhoriy Skovoroda National Pedagogical University of Kharkiv, Ukraine: DIFFICULTIES OF LEXICOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION OF LEXICAL UNITS

Larysa Kalmykova, Ph.D., Hryhoriy Skovoroda Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyi State Pedagogical University, Co-Chair of the Ukrainian Association of Psycholinguists, Ukraine: PSYCHOLINGUISTIC PHENOMENA OF “LANGUAGE SKILLS” AND “KNOWLEDGE OF THE LANGUAGE”: IDENTITY OR DIFFERENCE?

Nataliia Savelyuk, Ph.D., Taras Shevchenko Kremenets Regional Humanitarian Pedagogical Academy, Ukraine: PSYCHOLINGUISTIC UNIVERSALS OF COMPREHENDING THE PRAYER “OUR FATHER” (DISCURSIVE APPROACH)

Diana Terekhova, Ph.D., Kyiv National Linguistic University, Ukraine: PECULIARITIES OF PERCEPTION OF WORD-STIMULUS NATURE AND ITS CORRELATES IN RUSSIAN, BELARUSIAN AND GERMAN LANGUAGES

 

12:00 p.m – 12:30 p.m. – Closing ceremony

 

 

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