research

Journal articles

2015. Christina Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael Tanenhaus & Jeffrey Runner. Context-driven Expectations about Focus Alternatives. Cognition. [pdf]

2014. Christina Kim, Kathleen Carbary & Michael Tanenhaus. Syntactic Priming without Lexical Overlap in Reading Comprehension. Language and Speech 57(2). [pdf]

2011. Christina Kim, Gregory Kobele, Jeffrey Runner & John Hale. The Acceptability Cline in VP Ellipsis. Syntax 14(4), 318-354. [pdf]

Under revision. Christina Kim & Jeffrey Runner. The Division of Labor in Explanations of Verb Phrase Ellipsis.


Book chapters

2015. Christina Kim. Presupposition Satisfaction, Locality and Discourse Constituency. In Florian Schwarz (ed.), Experimental Perspectives on Presupposition. Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics, Vol. 45. Springer. [pdf]


Working papers

2011. Christina Kim & Jeffrey Runner. Discourse parallelism and VP ellipsis. UMass Occasional Papers in Linguistics: Ellipsis. [pdf]


Proceedings papers

2009. Christina Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael Tanenhaus & Jeffrey Runner. Inferential Cues for Determining Focus Alternatives: a Visual World Eye-tracking Study. Proceedings of ESSLLI Workshop: New Directions in the Theory of Presupposition. [pdf]

2009. Christina Kim & Jeffrey Runner. Discourse structure and parallelism in VP ellipsis. Proceedings of SALT 19. [pdf]

2008. Christina Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael Tanenhaus & Jeffrey Runner. Focus Alternatives and Contextual Domain Restriction: A Visual World Eye-tracking Study on the Interpretation of Only. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 13, eds. Arndt Riester & Torgrim Solstad. SinSpeC 5. [pdf]

2008. Christina Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael Tanenhaus & Jeffrey Runner. Information integration and domain restriction: interpreting ‘only’ in context. Proceedings of WCCFL 27, eds. Natasha Abner & Jason Bishop. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project. [pdf]

2007. Christina Kim. Processing presupposition: verifying sentences with ‘only’. Papers from Penn Linguistics Colloquium 31, eds. Joshua Tauberer, Aviad Eliam & Laurel MacKenzie. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 14.1, 213-226. [pdf]

2006. Christina Kim. Structural and Thematic Information in Sentence Production. Proceedings of NELS 37, Volume 1, eds. Emily Elfner & Martin Walkow. GLSA, UMass. [pdf]

2005. Christina Kim. Order and Meaning: Numeral Classifiers and Specificity in Korean. Proceedings of WCCFL 24, ed. John Alderete et al., 218-226. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project. [pdf]


Conference talks

2014. Christina Kim. Predictability and implicit communicative content. LAGB Annual Meeting themed session: Incomplete utterances and the syntax/pragmatics interface. Oxford. [abstract][slides]

2013. Christina Kim. Broad generalizations about pragmatic processing. LSA Linguistic Institute workshop: Universality and Empirical Validity in Pragmatics. Ann Arbor. [abstract][slides]

2012. Christina Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael Tanenhaus & Jeffrey Runner. Presupposition satisfaction preserves discourse constituency. LSA. Portland. [abstract][slides]

2011. Christina Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael Tanenhaus & Jeffrey Runner. Presupposition satisfaction preserves discourse constituency. XPrag talk. Barcelona. [abstract][slides]

2010. Christina Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael Tanenhaus & Jeffrey Runner. Constraining Focus Processing in Discourse. CUNY talk. NYU. [abstract][slides]

2010. Christina Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael Tanenhaus & Jeffrey Runner. Focus Alternatives and Discourse Parallelism. LSA. Baltimore, MD. [abstract][slides]

2009. Christina Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael Tanenhaus & Jeffrey Runner. Inferential Cues for Determining Focus Alternatives: a Visual World Eye-tracking Study. ESSLLI Workshop: New Directions in the Theory of Presupposition. Bordeaux, France. [abstract][slides]

2009. Christina Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael Tanenhaus & Jeffrey Runner. Restricting and generating hypotheses about focus alternatives. XPrag. Lyon, France. [abstract][slides]

2009. Christina Kim, Kathleen Carbary & Michael Tanenhaus. Syntactic priming disambiguates globally ambiguous sentences in language comprehension. LSA. San Francisco, CA. [abstract][slides]

2008. Christina Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael Tanenhaus & Jeffrey Runner. Focus Alternatives and Contextual Domain Restriction: A Visual World Eye-tracking Study on the Interpretation of Only. Sinn und Bedeutung 13. Stuttgart, Germany. [slides][handout][abstract]

2008. Greg Kobele, Christina Kim, John Hale & Jeffrey Runner. A processing model for ungrammatical VP ellipsis. CUNY talk. UNC Chapel Hill. [abstract][slides]

2008. Christina Kim. Strategies for interpreting quantified expressions. LSA. Chicago, IL. [abstract]

2007. Christina Kim. Processing presupposition: verifying sentences with ‘only’. 31st Penn Linguistics Colloquium. [handout]

2007. Christina Kim. What verification strategies tell us about processing presupposition. GLOW XXX. Tromsoe, Norway. [handout]

2006. Christina Kim. Structural and Thematic Information in Sentence Production. NELS 37. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. [handout]

2005. Christina Kim. Order and Meaning: Numeral Classifiers and Specificity in Korean. WCCFL 24. Simon Fraser University.


Conference posters

2014. Christina Kim, Ming Xiang & Chris Kennedy. Shiftability and goal-dependence in gradable adjectives. LSA poster. Minneapolis, MN. [abstract]

2013. Christina Kim, Ming Xiang & Chris Kennedy. Context dependence and shiftability in two classes of gradable adjectives. XPrag poster. Utrecht. [poster]

2013. Christina Kim, Andrea Beltrama, Kristen Syrett, Ming Xiang & Chris Kennedy. Sensitivity to local v. global discourse context in gradable adjectives. CUNY poster. Columbia, SC. [poster]

2011. Christina Kim & Jeffrey Runner. Syntactic identity isn’t enforced blindly: VP ellipsis and pseudogapping. LSA poster. Pittsburgh, PA. [abstract][poster]

2009. Christina Kim, Kathleen Carbary & Michael Tanenhaus. Syntactic priming disambiguates globally ambiguous sentences in language comprehension. CUNY poster. UC Davis. [abstract][poster]

2009. Alex Fine, Christina Kim & Jeffrey Runner. The role of inflectional entropy in VP ellipsis resolution. CUNY poster. UC Davis. [poster]

2009. Christina Kim & Jeffrey Runner. Disentangling syntactic and discourse parallelism in VP ellipsis. CUNY poster. UC Davis. [poster]

2009. Christina Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael Tanenhaus & Jeffrey Runner. Restricting and generating hypotheses about focus alternatives: Interpreting ‘only’ and ‘also’ in context. CUNY poster. UC Davis. [poster]

2009. Christina Kim & Jeffrey Runner. Discourse structure and parallelism in VP ellipsis. SALT poster. [poster]

2009. Christina Kim & Jeffrey Runner. When syntactic parallelism is really discourse parallelism in VP ellipsis. LSA poster. San Francisco, CA. [abstract][poster]

2008. Christina Kim & Jeffrey Runner. Verb phrase ellipsis: Discourse effects in syntax and syntactic effects in discourse. AMLaP poster. Cambridge, UK. [poster]

2008. Christina Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael Tanenhaus & Jeffrey Runner. Information integration and domain restriction: interpreting ‘only’ in context. AMLaP poster. Cambridge, UK. [poster]

2008. Christina Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael Tanenhaus & Jeffrey Runner. Information integration and domain restriction: interpreting ‘only’ in context. WCCFL 27 poster. UCLA. [poster]

2008. Christina Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael Tanenhaus & Jeffrey Runner. Domain narrowing: interpreting ‘only’ in context. CUNY poster. UNC Chapel Hill. [poster]

2006. Carson Schutze & Christina Kim. A novel approach for studying speech errors. Poster at the 3rd International Workshop on Language Production, Northwestern University.


Dissertation

2012. Christina Kim. Generating Alternatives: Interpreting Focus in Discourse. Doctoral dissertation, University of Rochester. [pdf]

MA Thesis

2006. Christina Kim. Structural Priming and Non-surface Representations. MA thesis, UCLA. [pdf]


 

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