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Conference on Neurophysiology of Developmental Disorders in Children 2005

International Conference
"Neurophysiology of Developmental Disorders in Children"
2.-3. December 2005

As a result of the positive feedback to our conferences of
the past four years, we have decided to organize this year
the fifth conference on the Neurophysiology of
Developmental Disorders in Children.

The conference aims to create an international platform for
researchers to present and discuss their current work. As
established during the past years the main focus will be on
developmental disorders from the neurophysiological point
of view.

You are hereby cordially invited and it would be our
pleasure to welcome you in Freiburg: 

(Priliminary) Program

Thursday, December 1st, 2005
18.30 h Social Event / Reception
"Neurolinguistisches Labor", Freiburg

Friday, December 2nd, 2005
9.00 h  Welcome 
Rektorat, Neurolinguistisches Labor
9.15 - 12.00 h
            SYMPOSIUM: Specific Language Impairment
                           Chair: Valerie Shafer, USA
"Phonotactic Familiarity, Lexical Priming, and Semantic
Integration in 19-month-olds with and without Risk for SLI"
"Developmental Changes in the Late Auditory Evoked
Potential Can Help us Understand Specific Language
Impairment" n.n.

12.00-13.00 h
                         Lunch Break

14.00-16.30 h
         SYMPOSIUM: Autism/Asperger
                Chair: Nicole Bruneau, France

"Autism: From Neurophysiology to the Therapeutics" n.n.
"Auditory Perception and Discrimination in Children with
Autism: Electrophysiological/Behavioral Relationships" n.n.

15.30-16.00 h
                                      Coffee Break

16.00-18.30 h
            SYMPOSIUM: Brain Correlates of Suprasegmental
Cues of Spoken and Written Language in Dyslexia
Valeria Csépe (Hungary)
19.00 h
                              Social Event/ "Paradies"

Saturday, December 3rd, 2005

9.00 -12.00 h
SYMPOSIUM: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
                 Chair: Robert D. Oades
9.00 h Robert D. Oades
"ADHD: Physiology and Consequences"
10.00 h Maddie Groom & Chris Hollis (Nottingham, UK)
                                   "Specificity of ERP
Findings in Adolescence with ADHD"
10.30 h Roeljan Wiersema (Ghent, Belgium)
"ERP Studies on Macro- and Micro- Adjustments in ADHD"
11.00 h
11.30 h Andreas Fallgatter (Würzburg, Germany)
of prefrontal brain function in ADHD"
12.00 h Catharina van Meel (Leiden, The Netherlands)
                                                " The Good,
the Bad, and the Hyperactive Child: Monitoring of Internal
and External Error Signals in ADHD"
12.30 h Leon Kenemans (Utrecht, The Netherlands)
                                 "Attention and Inhibition
as Revealed by ERPs and Performance Measures"
13.00 -14.00 h
                      Lunch Break
14.00 - 16.30 h
SYMPOSIUM: Neurobiology of Dyslexia
Chair: Gerd Schulte-Körne
13.00 h Gerd Schulte- Körne (Marburg, Germany)
14.00 h Jascha Rüsseler (Magdeburg, Germany)
                                     "Event-related Brain
Potential Studies of Information Processing in Adult
Developmental Dyslexic Readers"
14.30 h Thomas Lachmann (Bamberg, Germany)
Subgroups of Developmental Dyslexics have Different
Deficits in Neural Processing of Tones and Syllables"
15.00 h Heinz Wimmer (Salzburg, Austria)
                "On Brain Dysfunctions Associated with
Dysfluent Reading: fMRI and ERP Findings"
16.30-17.00 h
                                       Coffee Break
17.00-18.30 h
                    SYMPOSIUM: Cochlea Implant
Roland Laszig
19.00 h
                                     Social Event/Dinner 

Time: December 2nd and 3rd , 2005, 9-18 h
Place: "Haus zur Lieben Hand", Löwenstraße 16, Freiburg,
Registration Fee: 160 Euro
(This fee includes access to all symposia and poster
sessions, badge, certificate of attendance, abstract book
and refreshments)

"Neurolabor", Prof. Dr. Michael Schecker
Commerzbank Freiburg i.Br.
No.Nr. 15 21 293
BLZ 680 400 07

All presentations will be held in English. - We would like
to ask you to send us proposals for symposia by July 15,
2005 and topics and abstracts for presentations and posters
by September 30, 2005. Please register by September 30,
2005 under



Neurolinguistisches Labor
Werthmannplatz 3, Postfach 225
D- 79085 Freiburg


Fax +49 - (0)761 - 203 - 3233

May we also please ask you to inform your colleagues about
our conference and to add this information to your mailing

Thank you very much!

With best regards
Michael Schecker
Klaus Hennighausen
Verena Maas
Bianca Körner
Gregor Kohls
Cathrin Richter
Tanja Rinker