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Program

See below for a preliminary version of the program (NB subject to change). 

 

MONDAY June 26

09.00 opening
09.15

KEYNOTE 1: Joshua Hartshorne

Inferring meanings: Pronouns and a case study in discourse and communication

10.15 coffee
10.45

The persistence of linguistic prominence in language production: Evidence from spoken Mandarin Chinese
Fang Yang, Martin Pickering & Holly Branigan

11.15

Thematic role predictability affects the time course of utterance planning
Sandra Zerkle & Jennifer Arnold

11.45

Speakers’ expectations about upcoming discourse: Effects of Modality and Topicality
Binh Ngo & Elsi Kaiser

12.15 lunch
14.00

Driving expectations on dislocation types from bridging anaphora
Lisa Brunetti, Laia Mayol & Xavier Villalba

14.30 When coreference is not anaphoric: Speaker expectation influences name repetition
Alexandra Lawson & Jean-Pierre Koenig
15.00 Topic versus surface prominence in pronoun resolution
Markus Bader, Yvonne Portele, Emilia Ellsiepen & Vasiliki Koukoulioti
15.30 Expectations about transitivity during comprehension: evidence from English and Portuguese
Ana Besserman & Elsi Kaiser
16.00 coffee
16.30

KEYNOTE 2: Torgrim Solstad

Filling the slot: On the semantics and pragmatics of explanatory discourse expectations

17.30 drinks
18.30 conference dinner

 

TUESDAYJune 27

09.00

KEYNOTE 3:  Pia Knoeferle * CANCELLED *

09.30

Discourse particles modulate expectations about upcoming referents
Geertje van Bergen

10.00

coffee
10.30

Shaping discourse expectations by restricting referents
Jet Hoek, Hannah Rohde, Jacqueline Evers-Vermeul & Ted Sanders

11.00

The role of connectives in tracking the source of information: evidence from the visual world paradigm
Yipu Wei, Pim Mak,  Jacqueline Evers-Vermeul & Ted Sanders

11.30

Does script knowledge constrain fragment usage? - An experimental study
Robin Lemke

12.00

Scalar implicatures in the context of full and partial information. Evidence from ERPs
Maria Spychalska, Ludmila Reimer, Petra Schumacher & Markus Werning

12.30 lunch + POSTER SESSION
14.30

The president gave her inauguration speech. No, they didn’t! The interaction of explicit world knowledge, implicit gender stereotypes, and discourse expectations
Titus von der Malsburg, Till Poppels & Roger Levy

15.00

Listeners' anticipations of response type and timing in conversation
Sara Bögels, Kobin Kendrick & Steve Levinson

15.30

How focus particles affect what we will talk about next
Katharina Spalek, Nicole Gotzner & Beate Bergmann

16.00

coffee

16.30 Discussion / closing remarks
Last checked 2017-06-21 by Geertje van Bergen

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