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Wednesday July 12, 2023
10.30–12.30Workshops (Chair: Mark Torrance)

Guido Nottbusch.
GetWrite for iPads (with pencil)

11.30Christian Marquardt, Sibylle Hurschler Lichtsteiner, and Carlo Di Brina.
A new method to evaluate movement and shape quality in handwriting
14.00–15.30Methodological Issues in Writing Research I (Chair:
Olivia Afonso)
14.00Sibylle Hurschler Lichtsteiner.
Ready to write? An investigation of writing motor performance in normally developing second Graders
14.30Carlo Di Brina and Christian Marquardt.
Consistency of letter formation in a group of SLD children with an without a DCD: First process-based observations
15.00Catherine Meulemans and Luuk Van Waes.
Measuring copy-typing skills of students with and without dyslexia
16.00–17.30Methodological Issues in Writing Research II (Chair: Marieke Longcamp)
16.00Camilla Lausund Fitjar, Vibeke Rønneberg, and Mark Torrance.
Assessing handwriting: A method for detailed analysis of letter-formation accuracy and fluency
16.30Marie Van Reybroeck, Claire Gosse, Simon Carbonnelle, and Christophe de Vleeschouwer.
GRACO - Graphic complexity of words in handwriting: Database for French-speaking children
17.00Eva Belke, Joshua Wieler, Ronja Laarmann-Quante, and Kristian Berg.
Investigating spelling development in a longitudinal spelling corpus: Methodical challenges and possible solutions


Thursday July 13, 2023
9.30–12.00Orthographic Learning (Chair: Eva Belke)
9.30Svetlana Pinet and Clara D. Martin.
The influence of overt spoken and written production on novel word learning
10.00Brenda Rapp, Robert Wiley, Jennifer Shea, and Michael McCloskey.
Highly selective difficulties in learning word spellings in developmental dysgraphia
11.00Yuan Tao, Teresa Schubert, Robert Wiley, Craig Stark, and
Brenda Rapp.
Cortical and subcortical mechanisms of orthographic learning
11.30Mina Jevtović, Clara D. Martin, and Svetlana Pinet.
Orthographic skeletons: Investigating the nature of representations generated during spoken word learning

Poster (Chair: Tania Cerni)

Melanie Bangel, Barbara Lang, and Astrid Müller.
Structure-oriented early literacy approach

Sabrina Gerth.
Handwriting in the heart of the Alps: Current research studies with a digital pen

Lisa Haake.
The role of executive functions and language proficiency in foreign language writing: Examining writing processes and products in argumentative writing

Lisa Schüler.
Potentials for language learning in touch-typing courses: An uncharted territory in writing research?

Elisa F. Stephan.
Information retrieval after handwritten vs. typewritten notes

12.30–12.45Group Photo Workshop Participants
14.00–15.30Central and Peripheral Processing I (Chair: Michael
14.00Olivia Afonso.
Action-language integration during handwriting: The effect of object affordances
14.30Carlos J. Álvarez, Yang Fu, Olivia Afonso, Beatriz Bermúdez, and Alberto Domíngez.
Central and peripheral processing in word handwriting in L2: The role of orthographic similarity
15.00Mark Torrance, Jens Roeser, Gunn Ofstad, Emily Dux Speltz,
and Evgeny Chukharev-Hudilainen.
Cascading processes in multi-sentence text production: A mixture model analysis of IKIs and lookbacks
16.00–17.30Orthographic Processing (Chair: Svetlana Pinet)
16.00Constanze Weth.
Same but different? Agreement encoded on the written word across languages. The example of French plural spelling and German noun capitalization
16.30Anna Anastaseni, Quentin Roy, Cyril Perret, Antonio Romano,
and Sonia Kandel.
Examining word writing in handwriting and smartphone-writing: Orthographic processing affects movement production in different ways
17.00Julia Muschalik, Dominic Schmitz, Akhilesh Kakolu Ramarao, and Dinah Baer-Henney.
Typing /s/ – Morphology between the keys?
From 19.00Conference Dinner


Friday July 14, 2023
09.00–10.00Planning Session (WWW 2025)
10.00–11.30Keynote (Chair: Guido Nottbusch)
10.00Hans-Leo Teulings.
Technology to analyze handwriting images and handwriting movements
12.00–13.30Central and Peripheral Processing II (Chair: Carlos J.
12.00Michael McCloskey, Elizabeth Im, Nisha Upadya, Catherine
Chen, and Anusha Sarkar.
Effector-independence and a dual-route conception of handwriting processes
12.30Sonia Kandel.
The APOMI model of word writing: Anticipatory Processing of Orthographic and Motor Information
13.00Tania Cerni and Remo Job.
The interaction of linguistic and sensorimotor factors when typing is less practiced than handwriting
14.00–15.00Motor Learning (Chair: Sonia Kandel)
14.00Margaux Lê, Marianne Jover, Aline Frey, and Jérémy Danna.
Influence of rhythmic background on handwriting in 2nd and 5th Graders
14.30Gaelle Alhaddad, Mariama Dione, Jeremy Danna, F.-Xavier Alario, Jean-Luc Velay, Jean-Claude Gilhodes, Louise Honnorat, and Marieke Longcamp.
Behind the biscriptual advantage in handwriting: Fine motor skills or working memory?