conference presentations

Talks

2017. Christina Kim & Vilde Reksnes. Speaker-specific expectations about precision. AMLaP. Lancaster University. [abstract][slides]

2017. Christina Kim & Louisa Salhi. Contrast across discourse. LAGB. University of Kent. [abstract][slides]

2017. Jeremy Scott & Christina Kim. Engagement, interaction and empathy in literary texts. 37th Annual Conference of the Poetics and Linguistics Association. West Chester University.

2016. Jeremy Scott & Christina Kim. ‘Was that a goldfish?’ Engagement, interaction and empathy in literary texts. Style and Response symposium. Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield. [abstract]

2016. Laura Bailey & Christina Kim. Tracking a shift in focus particle usage using Twitter. Workshop: Using Twitter for linguistic research. University of Kent, Canterbury. [slides]

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. Linguistics Society of America. Portland. [abstract][slides]

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

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

2010. Christina Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael Tanenhaus & Jeffrey Runner. Focus Alternatives and Discourse Parallelism. Linguistics Society of America. 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. Experimental Pragmatics. Lyon, France. [abstract][slides]

2009. Christina Kim, Kathleen Carbary & Michael Tanenhaus. Syntactic priming disambiguates globally ambiguous sentences in language comprehension. Linguistics Society of America. 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 Conference on Human Language Processing. UNC Chapel Hill. [abstract][slides]

2008. Christina Kim. Strategies for interpreting quantified expressions. Linguistics Society of America. 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.


Posters

2017. Christina Kim & Louisa Salhi. Contrastive inference across discourse. AMLaP poster. Lancaster University. [poster]

2016. Christina Kim. Question structure and non-actuality implicatures. AMLaP poster. Bilbao, Spain. [poster]

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.


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