Theresa Redl

Presentations

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  • Redl, T., De Swart, P., Frank, S., & De Hoop, H. (2019). Do masculine generic pronouns cause a male bias in online processing? Evidence from eye-tracking. Poster presented at Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP 2019), Moscow, Russia.
  • Redl, T., De Swart, P., Frank, S., & De Hoop, H. (2019). Do masculine generic pronouns favor male referents? Evidence from eye-tracking. Poster presented at Discourse Expectations: Theoretical, Experimental, and Computational Perspectives (DETEC 2019), Berlin, Germany.
  • Szuba, A., Redl, T., & De Hoop, H. (2019). Does grammatical gender matter in addressing? Exploring the effect of gender marking on processing of second-person singular Polish verbs. Talk presented at the 5th Workshop of the International Network of Address Research (INAR5). Sheffield, UK. 2019-06-05 - 2019-06-07.
  • Piepers, J., & Redl, T. (2018). Gender-mismatching pronouns in context: The interpretation of Dutch zijn 'his' and Limburgian zien 'his/its'. Poster presented at the workshop "Theoretical and Experimental Approaches to Gender" (ThEGen), Berlin, Germany.
  • Redl, T., & Piepers, J. (2018). Limburgian his is used to refer to women: An experimental perspective. Talk presented at Grote Taaldag 2018. Utrecht. 2018-02-03.
  • Toprakdeviren, E., Redl, T., & de Swart, P. (2018). Is this aface of a designer or an engineer? Elaborative inferences based on gender stereotypes. Poster presented at The International Symposium on Brain and Cognitive Science (ISBCS18), Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Redl, T., Eerland, A., & Sanders, T. (2017). Inferring a person's gender: Stereotypes and a generic masculine pronoun as cues. Poster presented at DETEC 2017 (Discourse Expectations: Theoretical, Experimental and Computational perspectives), Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
  • Redl, T., Eerland, A., & Sanders, T. (2017). Everyone was packing his purse. The effect of the Dutch masculine generic zijn 'his' and gender stereotypes on the mental representation of gender. Talk presented at the 15th International Pragmatics Conference. Belfast, Northern Ireland. 2017-07-16 - 2017-07-21.
  • Redl, T., Eerland, A., & Sanders, T. (2017). Gender inferences based on stereotypes and a generic masculine pronoun: Does Dutch zijn 'his' induce a male bias?. Poster presented at the 38th TABU Dag, Groningen, The Netherlands.
  • Redl, T., Eerland, A., & Sanders, T. (2017). Gender inferences in discourse: Stereotypes and masculine generics as cues. Poster presented at the International Convention of Psychological Science 2017, Vienna.
  • Redl, T., Eerland, A., & Sanders, T. (2016). When everyone is packing his purse: The effect of the masculine generic zijn 'his' and stereotypical activities on the mental representation of gender. Talk presented at Moving Humanities 2016. Nijmegen, The Netherlands. 2016-10-28.
  • Redl, T., Eerland, A., & Sanders, T. (2016). The Dutch masculine generic zijn 'his' across female, male and neutral stereotype contexts. Talk presented at the Grammar & Cognition colloquium series. Nijmegen. 2016-09-22.

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