Accepted papers (in alphabetical order and according to presentation type)
A schedule will be published shortly. We expect to start at 9 a.m. on Friday (27th). The conference will end around 4.30 p.m. on Saturday (28th).
- Kenneth Baclawski Jr. and Zihan Cindy Yang
Experimental evidence for the status of the Right-Frontier Constraint
- Oliver Bott and Torgrim Solstad
Remention Biases Affect the Choice of Anaphoric Form
- Leigh Fernandez, Paul Engelhardt, Angela Patarroyo and Shanley Allen
The impact of auditory presentation speed on anticipatory eye movements in L2 speakers of English and older and younger L1 speakers of English
- Johanna Klages, Anke Holler, Elsi Kaiser and Thomas Weskott
Discourse Expectations Induced by Perspectivization: The Case of Counteridenticals
- Robin Lemke, Lisa Schäfer, Heiner Drenhaus and Ingo Reich
Script-based discourse expectations trigger omissions in fragments – Evidence from production data
- Mingya Liu and Juliane Schwab
Multiple cue integration in discourse expectations: experimenting with German 'zwar ... aber' vs. English 'sure ... but'
- Alexandra Lorson, Hannah Rohde and Chris Cummins
Expectations about discourse relevance can license direct objections to presupposed content
- Bilge Palaz, Ryan Rhodes and Arild Hestvik
On the non-incremental processing of negation: Evidence from ERPs
- Yvonne Portele and Markus Bader
Semantic Bias versus Topicality in the Interpretation of Personal and D-Pronouns
- Merel Scholman, Vera Demberg, Pim Mak and Ted Sanders
Are readers listless? Exploring the sensitivity to contextual list signals
- Jina Song and Elsi Kaiser
Effects of coherence relations on the interpretation of Korean null pronouns
- Jorrig Vogels
Discourse expectations affect pronoun use in Dutch
- Jet Hoek, Andrew Kehler and Hannah Rohde
Pronominalization and expectations for re-mention: Evidence from benefactives
- Katharina Spalek, Beate Bergmann, Wei Shi and Vera Demberg
'Only' increases expectations for causal coherence relations.
- Chi Zhang, Sarah Bernolet and Robert Hartsuiker
The Effect of discourse continuity on Structural Priming
- Lisa Brunetti, Lucia Tovena and Hi-Yon Yoo.
Relating semantics and prosody in French comment (‘how’) questions with reason interpretation
- Thomas Hörberg
The processing of grammatical functions in Swedish is expectation-based
- Eva Klingvall and Fredrik Heinat
The effects of set size on reference resolution in discourse
- Anna Konstantinova
Shared information in dialogues with Amazon Alexa
- Kyla McConnell and Alice Blumenthal-Dramé
Can corpus-derived collocation metrics reflect expectations in language processing?
- Robert Mroczynski
Broken expectations in interaction - a qualitative approach to discourse expectations
- Julia Müller, Lars Konieczny and Verena Haser
The Impact of Stereotypes and Noun Endings on Processing Gender in English: Comparing Native and Non-Native Performance
- Adriana Osa
Driving force or expectation? On the role of knowledge congruence, corrections, and discourse particles
- Theresa Redl, Peter de Swart, Stefan Frank and Helen de Hoop
Do masculine generic pronouns favor male referents? Evidence from eye-tracking.
- Michela Redolfi
Predicting a noun based on an adjective: An eye-tracking study.
- Camilo Rodriguez Ronderos, Ernesto Guerra and Pia Knoeferle
Understanding metaphors in object positions: A test of competing processing theories and an investigation of the interaction between contextual and verb-generated expectations
- Lisa Schäfer, Robin Lemke, Heiner Drenhaus and Ingo Reich.
Discourse expectations guide the use of verb phrase ellipsis: Psycholinguistic evidence for an information-theoretic account of context and length effects on VPE
- Radek Vogel
Lexical and syntactic markers of persuasive strategies used in corporate annual reports
- Yipu Wei, Pim Mak and Jacqueline Evers-Vermeul
How stance markers in contexts influence the processing of subjective relations: Evidence from on-line reading
- Hans Wilke, Jet Hoek, Bettelou Los, Antonella Sorace and Hannah Rohde
Expectations for Novelty: The Role of Information Structure in Syntactic Processing