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Day1: 12-1Talk - Invited000I1Invited Talk:
OR NOT alternative questions, focus and discourse structure
Maribel Romero.000I1_Romero_or_not_alternative
Day2: 12-1Talk - Invited000I2Invited Talk:
Questions and Alternatives in the Assessment of Children's Logical Competence
David Barner.000I2_Barner_Questions_and_alternatives
Day2: 4:30-5:30Talk - Invited000I3Invited Talk:
Defining atoms: a view from Brazilian languages
Suzi Lima.000I3_Lima_Defining_atoms:_a
Day3: 12-1Talk - Invited000I4Invited talk:
A bridge from the semantics to the psychology of modality
Jonathan Phillips.000I4_Phillips_A_bridge_from
Day2: 11-11:30Talk5 Unable or unwilling? Being under-informative is interpreted differently for native and non-native speakers Sarah Fairchild, Ariel Mathis and Anna Papafragou.005_Fairchild.etal_Unable_or_unwilling?
Day3: 5-5:30Talk11 Superlative-modified numerals and negation: A negotiable cost Teodora Mihoc and Kathryn Davidson.011_Mihoc.etal_Superlative-modified_numerals_and
Day3: 2:30-3Talk18 Getting Support for ‘Support’: The Privileging of ‘Support-From-Below’ in Early Spatial Language Acquisition Laura Lakusta, Julia Wefferling, Yasmin Hussein and Barbara Landau.018_Lakusta.etal_Getting_Support_for
Day1: 11-11:30Talk26 Reciprocal predicates: a prototype model Imke Kruitwagen, Yoad Winter and James Hampton.026_Kruitwagen.etal_Reciprocal_predicates:_a
Day3: 3-3:30Talk27 Seeing vs. Seeing That: Children’s Understanding of Direct Perception and Inference Reports Emory Davis and Barbara Landau.027_Davis.etal_Seeing_vs.0_Seeing
Day2: 10:30-11Talk28 Shadow Playing with Romanian 5-Year-Olds. Epistemic Adverbs Are a Kind of Magic! Adina Camelia Bleotu, Anton Benz and Nicole Gotzner.028_Bleotu.etal_Shadow_Playing_with
Day3: 10-10:30Talk30 Incremental processing of telicity in Italian children Jasmijn Bosch, Mathilde Chailleux and Francesca Foppolo.030_Bosch.etal_Incremental_processing_of
Day1: 2:30-3Talk33 Epistemic 'must p' is literally a strong statement Giuseppe Ricciardi, Rachel A. Ryskin and Edward Gibson.033_Ricciardi.etal_Epistemic_'must_p'
Day2: 10-10:30Talk36 Processing implicatures: a comparison between direct and indirect SIs Paul Marty, Jacopo Romoli, Yasu Sudo, Bob van Tiel and Richard Breheny.036_Marty.etal_Processing_implicatures:_a
Day3: 10:30-11Talk38 Meaning change from an experimental perspective: two self-paced reading studies on the Spanish Imperfective domain Martín Fuchs and Maria Pinango.038_Fuchs.etal_Meaning_change_from
Day3: 4:30-5:30Talk47 The denotation of tall: A categorization-based approach Seungjin Hong, Jean-Pierre Koenig and Gail Mauner.047_Hong.etal_The_denotation_of
Day1: 10:30-11Talk61 Generics as default? Comparing the acquisition of universals and generics in Spanish Dimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigoga, Agustín Vicente, Elena Castroviejo and Marta Ponciano.061_Lazaridou-Chatzigoga.etal_Generics_as_default?
Day3: 11-11:30Talk76 Causal selection: The linguistic take Elitzur Bar-Asher Siegal, Noa Bassel, Nora Boneh and York Hagmayer.076_Bar-Asher.etal_Causal_selection:_The
Day2: 3-3:30Talk85 What's the smallest part of spinach? A new experimental approach to the count/mass distinction Sea Hee Choi and Tania Ionin.085_Hee.etal_What's_the_smallest
Day3: 3:30-4Talk92 Effects of Bilingualism on Infants’ Sensitivity to Ground Information Roberta Golinkoff, Leher Singh, Tilbe Goksun and Kathy Hirsh-Pasek.092_Golinkoff.etal_Effects_of_Bilingualism
Day1: 10-10:30Talk93 Memory for cardinality supports a one-set account of conservativity Tyler Knowlton, Paul Pietroski, Alexander Williams, Justin Halberda and Jeffrey Lidz.093_Knowlton.etal_Memory_for_cardinality
Day2: 2:30-3Talk94 Listeners use descriptive contrast to disambiguate novel referents and make inferences about novel categories Claire Bergey and Daniel Yurovsky.094_Bergey.etal_Listeners_use_descriptive
Day2: 3:30-4Talk96 Discourse behavior of possessives reflects the importance of interpersonal relationships Jesse Storbeck and Elsi Kaiser.096_Storbeck.etal_Discourse_behavior_of
Day1: 5:30-6Talk100 Priming Scalar Inferences Brandon Waldon and Judith Degen.100_Waldon.etal_Priming_Scalar_Inferences
Day1: 3-3:30Talk101 Finding the force: a novel word learning experiment with modals Anouk Dieuleveut, Ailís Cournane and Valentine Hacquard.101_Dieuleveut.etal_Finding_the_force:
Day1: 3:30-4Talk103 Licensing (non-)exhaustivity in wh-questions: Experimental studies Morgan Moyer and Kristen Syrett.103_Moyer.etal_Licensing_(non-)exhaustivity_in
Day1: 4:30-5:30Talk104 Toward an accommodation account of deaccenting under nonidentity Jeffrey Geiger and Ming Xiang.104_Geiger.etal_Toward_an_accommodation
Day1: 5-5:30Talk114 On the Acquisition of either and too Naomi Francis, Leo Rosenstein, Martin Hackl and Shuli Jones.114_Francis.etal_On_the_Acquisition
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP004 Agents’ goals affect placement of event endpoints Ariel Mathis and Anna Papafragou.P004_Mathis.etal_Agents’_goals_affect
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP006 The role of executive function and theory of mind in pragmatic computations Sarah Fairchild and Anna Papafragou.P006_Fairchild.etal_The_role_of
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP008 'Being tall compared to' compared to 'being tall' and 'being taller' Alexis Wellwood, Deniz Rudin and Jaime Castillo-Gamboa.P008_Wellwood.etal_'Being_tall_compared
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP010 Overspecification of number in reference production Natalia Zevakhina, Elena Pasal'Skaya and Alina Schipkova.P010_Zevakhina.P0etal_Overspecification_of_number
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP012 ‘How’s the wife?’: Pragmatic reasoning and social indexicality in spousal reference Matthew Hunt and Eric Acton.P012_Hunt.etal_‘How’s_the_wife?’:
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP013 “Flippin’ ‘eck!”: Expressivity and social meaning in perception Matthew Hunt.P013_Hunt_“Flippin’_‘eck!”:_Expressivity
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP017 The use of alternatives in incremental processing Chao Sun, Katharina Spalek and Richard Breheny.P017_Sun.etal_The_use_of
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP019 Isolating the pragmatic contribution from a single word: The French answer Si in response to a negative question Ira Noveck, Nicolas Petit, Ye Tian and Giuseppina Turco.P019_Noveck.etal_What_can_a
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP020 Are Bilingual Logical Representations Shared?: Priming scopally ambiguous sentences in English, Estonian, and Dutch Mieke Slim and Napoleon Katsos.P020_Slim.etal_Are_Bilingual_Logical
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP021 Children’ sensitivity to some – but not all – Gricean Maxims Francesca Panzeri and Francesca Foppolo.P021_Panzeri.etal_Children’_sensitivity_to
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP023 What the inference task tells us about numbers, and what numbers can tell us about the inference task Richard Breheny, Blanche Gonzales De Linares, Erying Qin and Chao Sun.P023_Breheny.etal_What_the_inference
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP024 Modeling Lexical-Semantic Networks of School Age Children through a Repeated Word Association Task Patricia Brooks, Josita Maouene, Jeremy Sawyer, Li Sheng, Alexandria Garzone and Mounir Maouene.P024_Patricia.etal_Modeling_Lexical-Semantic_Networks
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP025 (Not) Acquiring Meaning in a Second Language: Are Input Deficits Key? Barbara Malt, Xingjian Yang, Jess Joseph and Ashley Veliz.P025_Malt.etal_ELM_Schedule_ELM
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP029 Where Truth and Optimality Part. Experiments on Implicatures with Epistemic Adverbs. Adina Camelia Bleotu, Anton Benz and Nicole Gotzner.P029_Camelia.etal_Where_Truth_and
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP031 Acquisition of doubly negated sentences in German Andreea Nicolae and Kazuko Yatsushiro.P031_Nicolae.etal_Acquisition_of_doubly
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP034 The Common Ground is not enough: Why Focus-sensitivity matters for Presupposition triggers Alexander Göbel.P034_Göbel_The_Common_Ground
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP041 Inferring comparison classes from syntactic cues and world knowledge Michael Henry Tessler, Polina Tsvilodub and Roger Levy.P041_Tessler.etal_Inferring_comparison_classes
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP042 'The moustache’ returns: the acquisition of metonymy in adult learners of English as an additional language (EAL). Josephine Bowerman, Ingrid Falkum and Nausicaa Pouscoulous.P042_Bowerman.etal_'The_moustache’_returns:
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP045 Measuring the effect of cancelling the Maxim of Quantity Cathy Agyemang and Raj Singh.P045_Agyemang.etal_Measuring_the_effect
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP046 Real-world event knowledge modulates the use of tense cues in event comprehension Sarah Hye-Yeon Lee and Elsi Kaiser.P046_Lee.etal_Real-world_event_knowledge
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP049 ‘You do it Like This!’: Impersonal Pronouns, Habituality, and Default Reasoning James Ravi Kirkpatrick, Joshua Knobe and Alexander Dieball.P049_Kirkpatrick.etal_‘You_do_it
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP054 De re interpretation in belief reports--An experimental investigation Yuhan Zhang and Kathryn Davidson.P054_Zhang.etal_De_re_interpretation
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP055 Number, Executive Function, Lexicon and Collective-Distributive Interpretations John Grinstead, Melissa Nieves-Rivera and Ramón Padilla-Reyes.P055_Grinstead.etal_Number_Executive_Function
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP056 Is language logical, a study of disjunction scope paramaters Cecile Larralde and Kriszta Szendroi.P056_Larralde.etal_Is_language_logical
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP057 Imprecision and speaker identity: How social cues affect meaning resolution Andrea Beltrama and Florian Schwarz.P057_Beltrama.etal_Imprecision_and_speaker
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP058 Exclusive children in Japanese: evidence from disjunction in subject position Mana Asano, Yoichi Miyamoto, Andreea Nicolae, Shuki Otani, and Kazuko Yatsushiro.P058_Otani.etal_Exclusive_children_in
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP060 Executive Function, General Lexical Development and the Quantity Implicature in Child Spanish John Grinstead, Ramón Padilla-Reyes and Blanca Flores-Avalos.P060_Grinstead.etal_Executive_Function_General
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP064 Integrating Numerical Knowledge in the Exact Interpretation Numeral Quantifiers Melissa Nieves Rivera and John Grinstead.P064_Nieves.Rivera.etal_Integrating_Numerical_Knowledge
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP065 Examining Emotion Concepts Through a Property Generation Paradigm Alexandra Kelly and Evangelia G. Chrysikou.P065_Kelly.etal_Examining_Emotion_Concepts
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP066 Counterfactuals and undefinedness: homogeneity vs. supervaluations Paul Marty, Jacopo Romoli and Paolo Santorio.P066_Marty.etal_Counterfactuals_and_undefinedness:
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP068 Offline effects but no online differences in phrasal meaning composition including intersective vs. subsective adjectives Isabella Fritz and Giosuè Baggio.P068_Fritz.etal_Offline_effects_but
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP069 Verbs describing routines facilitate object omission Lelia Glass.P069_Glass_Verbs_describing_routines
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP071 New data on the nature of competition between indefinites and definites Nadine Bade and Florian Schwarz.P071_Bade.etal_New_data_on
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP072 Spatial representation of linguistic quantifiers: small goes left, big goes right Martina Abbondanza, Francesca Foppolo, Luca Rinaldi and Marco Marelli.P072_Abbondanza.etal_Spatial_representation_of
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP073 Expressing the unseen: Learning to encode inference as an information source Dionysia Saratsli and Anna Papafragou.P073_Saratsli.etal_Expressing_the_unseen:
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP074 Tattoos as a window onto cross-linguistic differences in scalar implicature Danielle Dionne and Elizabeth Coppock.P074_Dionne.etal_Tattoos_as_a
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP075 Discourse versus syntax: The interpretation of ungrammatical bare nouns in L2 English Michael C. Stern, Ming Chen, Veneeta Dayal and Gita Martohardjono.P075_Stern.etal_Discourse_versus_syntax:
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP077 Bare Noun (Pseudo-Incorporated) Antecedents and Anaphora: Preference for Singular Interpretation Fereshteh Modarresi and Manfred Krifka.P077_Modarresi.etal_Bare_Noun_(Pseudo-Incorporated)
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP078 Speaking ironically: Does tone of voice influence children's understanding? Ingrid Lossius Falkum and Franziska Köder.P078_Lossius.Falkum.etal_Speaking_ironically:_Does
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP079 Presupposition and Motor Response: The Case of Factive Verbs Jacques Jayez and Robert Reinecke.P079_Jayez.etal_Presupposition_and_Motor
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP080 Definitely Islands? Anissa Neal and Brian Dillon.P080_Neal.etal_Definitely_Islands?_
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP083 Learning change-of-state verbs: Sentence type does not affect lexicalization biase Annelot Mills, Lotte Odijk and Angeliek van Hout.P083_Mills.etal_Learning_change-of-state_verbs:
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP086 Simulating semantic change: a methodological note Remus Gergel, Martin Kopf-Giammanco and Maike Puhl.P086_Gergel.etal_Simulating_semantic_change:
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP087 Children's metonymy comprehension: Evidence from eye-tracking and picture selection Ingrid Lossius Falkum and Franziska Köder.P087_Lossius.Falkum.etal_Children's_metonymy_comprehension:
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP088 Irony comprehension in multilingual and bi-dialectal speakers Kyriakos Antoniou and George Spanoudis.P088_Antoniou.etal_Irony_comprehension_in
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP089 Hat Contour in Dutch: Form and Function Gouming Martens, Francisco Torreira and Michael Wagner.P089_Martens.etal_Hat_Contour_in
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP097 Coming in, or going out? Measuring the effect of discourse factors on perspective prominence Carolyn Anderson.P097_Anderson_Coming_in_or
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP098 Intention and Attention in Image-Text Presentations: A Coherence Approach Ilana Torres, Kathryn Slusarczyk, Malihe Alikhani and Matthew Stone.P098_Torres.etal_Intention_and_Attention
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP099 Cultural differences in the interpretation of verb phrases Amritpal Singh, Mingtong Li, Shikun Su and Daniel Casasanto.P099_Singh.etal_Cultural_differences_in
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP102 Uniqueness and familiarity in the comprehension and production of definite descriptions Sadhwi Srinivas, Kyle Rawlins and Daphna Heller.P102_Srinivas.etal_Uniqueness_and_familiarity
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP105 He and she cause more trouble than they does: An ERP investigation of singular they Olivia Leventhal, Sadie Camilliere, Peiyao Chen and Daniel Grodner.P105_Leventhal.etal_He_and_she
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP106 Evidence for argument structure in the form of pantomime Chuck Bradley.P106_Bradley_Evidence_for_argument
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP107 The interpretations of scalar implicatures, presuppositions, and implicated presupposition by Thai children with autism Nattanun Chanchaochai.P107_Chanchaochai.etal_The_interpretations_of
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP108 Clause types and speech acts in speech to children Anissa Zaitsu, Jad Wehbe, Valentine Hacquard and Jeffrey Lidz.P108_Zaitsu.etal_Clause_types_and
Day3 1:00-2:30PosterP109 Plausibility denied: Semantic activation in the cerebral hemispheres during idiom processing Doug Merchant.P109_Merchant_Plausibility_denied:_Semantic
Day1 1:00-2:30PosterP110 Who shares that opinion? Testing effects of adjective valence and group diversity with predicates of personal taste Elsi Kaiser.P110_Kaiser_Who_shares_that
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP111 Children's interpretation of rising vs. falling intonation in declarative clauses Daniel Goodhue, Jad Wehbe, Valentine Hacquard and Jeff Lidz.P111_Goodhue.etal_Children's_interpretation_of
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP112 Probability and processing speed of scalar inferences is context-dependent Leyla Kursat and Judith Degen.P112_Kursat.etal_ELM_Schedule_ELM
Day2 1:00-2:30PosterP113 Order, relevance and script knowledge: Revising temporal structures Maria Spychalska.P113_Spychalska_Order_relevance_and