Invited talks & colloquia

Poppels, T. (2018). Referring to Events by Omitting the Verb Phrase: English VP-Ellipsis as a Form of Reference. Language & Cognition Group, Harvard University.

Poppels, T., Kehler, A. (2017). Verb Phrase Ellipsis is Discourse Reference: Novel Evidence from Dialogue. Center for Research in Language, UC San Diego.

Poppels, T., Levy, R. (2016). Resolving Quantity- And Informativeness-Implicature in Indefinite Reference. Center for Research in Language, UC San Diego.

Conference talks

Poppels, T. & Kehler, A. (2018). Asymmetries in Voice-Mismatched VP-Ellipsis. California Meeting on Psycholinguistics, 2nd December 2018, Los Angeles, CA. [PDF]

Poppels, T. & Kehler, A. (2018). Asymmetries in Voice-Mismatched VP-Ellipsis. 54th Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society, 27th April 2018, Chicago, IL. [PDF]

Poppels, T. & Kehler, A. (2017). Verb Phrase Ellipsis is Discourse Reference: Novel Evidence from Dialogue. 53rd Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society, 27th May 2017, Chicago, IL. [PDF]

Poppels, T. & Kehler, A. (2017). Verb Phrase Ellipsis is Discourse Reference: Novel Evidence from Dialogue. Workshop on Experimental and Corpus-Based Approaches to Ellipsis, 29th July 2017, Lexington, KY.

von der Malsburg, T., Poppels, T., & Levy, R. (2017). The President Gave Her Inauguration Speech: Explicit Belief and Implicit Expectations in Language Production and Comprehension. The 30th CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, 30th March 2017, Cambridge, MA.

Poppels, T. & Levy, R. (2016). Structure-Sensitive Noise Inference: Comprehenders Expect Exchange Errors. Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Society of America, 7th January 2016, Washington, D.C. [PDF]

Poppels, T. & Levy, R. (2015). Resolving Quantity and Informativeness Implicature in Indefinite Reference. Workshop on ‘Reasoning in Natural Language: Symbolic and Sub-Symbolic Approaches’ at the 20th Amsterdam Colloquium, 17th December 2015, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Poppels, T. & Levy, R. (2015). Resolving Quantity and Informativeness Implicature in Indefinite Reference. Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP) 2018, 5th September 2015, Valetta, Malta.

Poppels, T. & Levy, R. (2015). Resolving Quantity and Informativeness Implicature in Indefinite Reference. Experimental Pragmatics (XPRAG), 18th July 2015, Chicago, IL. [PDF]

Poppels, T., Rohde, H., & Sturt, P. (2014). Why Did Mary Grop? Inferring Word Meanings from the Semantic Context. Annual Meeting of the undergraduate Linguistics Association of Britain, 26th April 2014, Edinburgh, UK. [PDF]

Poppels, T. & Swingley, D. (2013). How Do We Learn Vowels?. Penn Psychology undergraduate Research Fair, 26th May 2013, Philadelphia, PA. [PDF]

Conference posters

von der Malsburg, T., Boyce, V., Poppels, T., Levy, R. (2018). Gender-Biases in Language Processing: Explicit Beliefs About Event Outcomes vs. Implicit Linguistic Expectations. Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP) 2018, 6th September 2018, Berlin, Germany. [PDF]

Poppels, T. & Kehler, A. (2018). Reconsidering Asymmetries in Voice-Mismatched Verb Phrase Ellipsis. The 31st Annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference, 16th March 2018, Davis, CA. [PDF]

Boyce, V., von der Malsburg, T., Poppels, T., Levy, R. (2018). Implicit Gender Biases in the Production and Comprehension of Pronominal References. The 31st Annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference, 16th March 2018, Davis, CA.

Poppels, T. & Kehler, A. (2017). Verb Phrase Ellipsis as Discourse Reference. Sinn und Bedeutung 22, 8th September 2017, Potsdam, Germany. [PDF]

Poppels, T. & Levy, R. (2016). Structure-Sensitive Noise Inference: Comprehenders Expect Exchange Errors. The 38th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 11th August 2016, Philadelphia, PA. [PDF]

Poppels, T. & Levy, R. (2016). Resolving Quantity and Informativeness Implicature in Indefinite Reference. Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Society of America, 9th January 2016, Washington, D.C. [PDF]

Poppels, T. & Levy, R. (2015). Structure-Sensitive Noise Inference: Comprehenders Expect Exchange Errors. Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP) 2018, 5th September 2015, Valetta, Malta. [PDF]

Poppels, T. & Swingley, D. (2014). How Do We Learn Vowels?. Annual Meeting of the Edinburgh University Young Scientists Research Association, 20th May 2014, Edinburgh, UK. [PDF]