papers

Journal articles and chapters

(In prep.) Christina S. Kim & Gloria Chamorro. Structural convergence between native and non-native speakers in dialogue.

(In prep.) Jeremy Scott & Christina S. Kim. The individual experience of reading fiction.

(Under review.) Maria Zajaczkowska, Kirsten Abbot-Smith & Christina S. Kim.

2019. Christina S. Kim. Focus. In Chris Cummins & Napoleon Katsos (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Experimental Semantics and PragmaticsOxford University Press. [uncorrected proofs]

2018. Christina S. Kim & Jeffrey T. Runner. The division of labor in explanations of verb phrase ellipsis. Linguistics and Philosophy. [pdf]

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

2015. Christina S. Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael K. Tanenhaus & Jeffrey T. Runner. Context-driven Expectations about Focus Alternatives. Cognition 139, 28-49. [pdf]

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

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

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


Proceedings papers

2009. Christina S. Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael K. Tanenhaus & Jeffrey T. 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. Strict Identity, Coherence, and Parallelism in VP Ellipsis. Proceedings of SALT 19. [pdf]

2008. Christina S. Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael K. Tanenhaus & Jeffrey T. 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 S. Kim, Christine Gunlogson, Michael K. Tanenhaus & Jeffrey T. 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 S. 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 S. Kim. Structural and Thematic Information in Sentence Production. Proceedings of NELS 37, Volume 1, eds. Emily Elfner & Martin Walkow. GLSA, UMass. [pdf]

2005. Christina S. 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]