MIT Computational Psycholinguistics Laboratory


CPL @ CUNY 2016
Wednesday December 23rd 2015, 6:03 pm
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Our lab will have seven oral and poster presentations at The 29th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, 3-5 March 2016 at the University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida:

  • Frequency-(in)dependent regularization in language production and cultural transmission
    Emily Morgan and Roger Levy
  • Comprehenders infer influences of discourse intent and speaker knowledge state on linguistic form
    Mark Myslín, Roger Levy, and Andrew Kehler
  • Comprehenders reason about competing causal sources of binomial ordering
    Mark Myslín, Emily Morgan, and Roger Levy
  • Locality effects for adverbials: A case of Japanese adverbial NPIs
    Kentaro Nakatani
  • Resolving quantity and informativeness implicature in indefinite reference
    Till Poppels and Roger Levy
  • Inferring individuals’ scalar thresholds: What counts as tall for you?
    Eva Wittenberg, David Barner, and Roger Levy
  • Bayesian pronoun interpretation in Mandarin Chinese
    Meilin Zhan, Roger Levy, and Andrew Kehler
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