Program – Poster Sessions

Poster Session 1: 9/16 1-2:30

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24 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
73 Expressing the unseen: Learning to encode inference as an information source Dionysia Saratsli and Anna Papafragou
110 Who shares that opinion? Testing effects of adjective valence and group diversity with predicates of personal taste Elsi Kaiser
29 Where Truth and Optimality Part. Experiments on Implicatures with Epistemic Adverbs. Adina Camelia Bleotu, Anton Benz and Nicole Gotzner
45 Measuring the effect of cancelling the Maxim of Quantity Cathy Agyemang and Raj Singh
58 Exclusive children in Japanese: evidence from disjunction in subject position Mana Asano, Yoichi Miyamoto, Andreea Nicolae, Shuki Otani, and Kazuko Yatsushiro
55 Number, Executive Function, Lexicon and Collective-Distributive Interpretations John Grinstead, Melissa Nieves-Rivera and Ramón Padilla-Reyes
23 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
56 Is language logical, a study of disjunction scope paramaters Cecile Larralde and Kriszta Szendroi
72 Spatial representation of linguistic quantifiers: small goes left, big goes right Martina Abbondanza, Francesca Foppolo, Luca Rinaldi and Marco Marelli
98 Intention and Attention in Image-Text Presentations: A Coherence Approach Ilana Torres, Kathryn Slusarczyk, Malihe Alikhani and Matthew Stone
34 The Common Ground is not enough: Why Focus-sensitivity matters for Presupposition triggers Alexander Göbel
66 Counterfactuals and undefinedness: homogeneity vs. supervaluations Paul Marty, Jacopo Romoli and Paolo Santorio
107 The interpretations of scalar implicatures, presuppositions, and implicated presupposition by Thai children with autism Nattanun Chanchaochai
19 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
79 Presupposition and Motor Response: The Case of Factive Verbs Jacques Jayez and Robert Reinecke
54 De re interpretation in belief reports--An experimental investigation Yuhan Zhang and Kathryn Davidson
71 New data on the nature of competition between indefinites and definites Nadine Bade and Florian Schwarz
102 Uniqueness and familiarity in the comprehension and production of definite descriptions Sadhwi Srinivas, Kyle Rawlins and Daphna Heller

Poster Session 2: 9/17 1-2:30

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6 The role of executive function and theory of mind in pragmatic computations Sarah Fairchild and Anna Papafragou
113 Order, relevance and script knowledge: Revising temporal structures Maria Spychalska
75 Discourse versus syntax: The interpretation of ungrammatical bare nouns in L2 English Michael C. Stern, Ming Chen, Veneeta Dayal and Gita Martohardjono
10 Overspecification of number in reference production Natalia Zevakhina, Elena Pasal'Skaya and Alina Schipkova
20 Are Bilingual Logical Representations Shared?: Priming scopally ambiguous sentences in English, Estonian, and Dutch Mieke Slim and Napoleon Katsos
64 Integrating Numerical Knowledge in the Exact Interpretation Numeral Quantifiers Melissa Nieves Rivera and John Grinstead
21 Children’ sensitivity to some – but not all – Gricean Maxims Francesca Panzeri and Francesca Foppolo
17 The use of alternatives in incremental processing Chao Sun, Katharina Spalek and Richard Breheny
74 Tattoos as a window onto cross-linguistic differences in scalar implicature Danielle Dionne and Elizabeth Coppock
112 Probability and processing speed of scalar inferences is context-dependent Leyla Kursat and Judith Degen
111 Children's interpretation of rising vs. falling intonation in declarative clauses Daniel Goodhue, Jad Wehbe, Valentine Hacquard and Jeff Lidz
89 Hat Contour in Dutch: Form and Function Gouming Martens, Francisco Torreira and Michael Wagner
78 Speaking ironically: Does tone of voice influence children's understanding? Ingrid Lossius Falkum and Franziska Köder
88 Irony comprehension in multilingual and bi-dialectal speakers Kyriakos Antoniou and George Spanoudis
99 Cultural differences in the interpretation of verb phrases Amritpal Singh, Mingtong Li, Shikun Su and Daniel Casasanto
25 (Not) Acquiring Meaning in a Second Language: Are Input Deficits Key? Barbara Malt, Xingjian Yang, Jess Joseph and Ashley Veliz
42 'The moustache’ returns: the acquisition of metonymy in adult learners of English as an additional language (EAL). Josephine Bowerman, Ingrid Falkum and Nausicaa Pouscoulous
12 ‘How’s the wife?’: Pragmatic reasoning and social indexicality in spousal reference Matthew Hunt and Eric Acton
77 Bare Noun (Pseudo-Incorporated) Antecedents and Anaphora: Preference for Singular Interpretation Fereshteh Modarresi and Manfred Krifka

Poster Session 3: 9/18 1-2:30

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13 “Flippin’ ‘eck!”: Expressivity and social meaning in perception Matthew Hunt
57 Imprecision and speaker identity: How social cues affect meaning resolution Andrea Beltrama and Florian Schwarz
31 Acquisition of doubly negated sentences in German Andreea Nicolae and Kazuko Yatsushiro
60 Executive Function, General Lexical Development and the Quantity Implicature in Child Spanish John Grinstead, Ramón Padilla-Reyes and Blanca Flores-Avalos
86 Simulating semantic change: a methodological note Remus Gergel, Martin Kopf-Giammanco and Maike Puhl
87 Children's metonymy comprehension: Evidence from eye-tracking and picture selection Ingrid Lossius Falkum and Franziska Köder
105 He and she cause more trouble than they does: An ERP investigation of singular they Olivia Leventhal, Sadie Camilliere, Peiyao Chen and Daniel Grodner
49 ‘You do it Like This!’: Impersonal Pronouns, Habituality, and Default Reasoning James Ravi Kirkpatrick, Joshua Knobe and Alexander Dieball
8 'Being tall compared to' compared to 'being tall' and 'being taller' Alexis Wellwood, Deniz Rudin and Jaime Castillo-Gamboa
65 Examining Emotion Concepts Through a Property Generation Paradigm Alexandra Kelly and Evangelia G. Chrysikou
68 Offline effects but no online differences in phrasal meaning composition including intersective vs. subsective adjectives Isabella Fritz and Giosuè Baggio
41 Inferring comparison classes from syntactic cues and world knowledge Michael Henry Tessler, Polina Tsvilodub and Roger Levy
109 Plausibility denied: Semantic activation in the cerebral hemispheres during idiom processing Doug Merchant
80 Definitely Islands? Anissa Neal and Brian Dillon
97 Coming in, or going out? Measuring the effect of discourse factors on perspective prominence Carolyn Anderson
108 Clause types and speech acts in speech to children Anissa Zaitsu, Jad Wehbe, Valentine Hacquard and Jeffrey Lidz
69 Verbs describing routines facilitate object omission Lelia Glass
4 Agents’ goals affect placement of event endpoints Ariel Mathis and Anna Papafragou
46 Real-world event knowledge modulates the use of tense cues in event comprehension Sarah Hye-Yeon Lee and Elsi Kaiser
106 Evidence for argument structure in the form of pantomime Chuck Bradley
83 Learning change-of-state verbs: Sentence type does not affect lexicalization biase Annelot Mills, Lotte Odijk and Angeliek van Hout