Dr. John M. Tomlinson

Presentations & Poster at ZAS

When do turn-taking gaps become meaningful?

Tomlinson, Jr., John Michael & Ina Baier

XPRAG.it 2019

19.09.2019-20.09.2019

University of Cagliari


Acoustic cues of prosodic phrase boundaries in German at different speech rates

Żygis, Marzena, John M. Tomlinson, Caterina Petrone & Dominik Pfütze

19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences

05.08.2019 - 09.08.2019

Melbourne


When are gaps understood as symptoms or signals?

Tomlinson, Jr., John Michael & Ina Baier

CUNY 2019: 32nd Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing

29.03.2019-31.03.2019

University of Colorado

Abstract


What turn-taking gaps say about implicature processing

Tomlinson, John Michael

Xprag.it 2018

30.05.2018 - 01.06.2018

Pavia


Be timely: how turn-taking gaps constrain the integration of alternatives in implicatures

Tomlinson, John Michael

CUNY conference on human language processing

15.03.2018 - 17.03.2018

Davis, California


Be timely: how turn-taking bottleneck constrains the integration of QUDs into implicatures

Tomlinson Jr., John

21.11.2017

U Köln


Be timely: how turn-taking bottleneck constrains the integration of QUDs into implicatures

Tomlinson Jr., John

07.11.2017

U Tübingen


Accomadating QUDs in turn-taking

Tomlinson Jr., John

DETEC 2017

26.06.2017 - 27.06.2017

Nijmegen


Pragmatic inferences towards prototypical meanings: a visual world study

Panizza, D. & John Tomlinson Jr.

XPrag 2017

21.06.2017 - 23.06.2017

Köln


Conjunctive Disjunction: A Japanese Counterexample to Grice s Nondetachability

Sauerland, Uli, Ayaka Tamura, Masatoshi Koizumi & John M. Tomlinson

XPrag.de annual meeting

20.06.2016 - 21.06.2016

Tübingen U

http://www.xprag.de/?page_id=3735


A conjunctive disjunction in Japanese

Sauerland, Uli, Ayaka Tamura, Masatoshi Koizumi & John M. Tomlinson

GLOW 39

05.04.2016 - 07.04.2016

Göttingen U

https://www.uni-goettingen.de/en/510803.html


Lack of commitment: how prosody allows speakers to implicate and constrain the derivation of pragmatic inferences

Tomlinson, Jr. John M.

Satellite workshop at TIE2016: The role of prosody in conveying epistemic and evidential meaning

2016

University of Kent


Tracking down disjunction

Sauerland, Uli, Ayaka Tamura, Masatoshi Koizumi & John M. Tomlinson

Logic and Engineering of Natural Language Semantics 12

15.11.2015 - 17.11.2015

Ochanomizu U, Tokyo, Japan

http://www.is.ocha.ac.jp/~bekki/lenls/


Ignorant before exhaustive: Mouse-tracking inferences from under-informative partial answers

Tomlinson, J. M., Jr. & Camillo Rondriguez-Ronderso

Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP 2015)

03.09.2015 - 05.09.2015

Valletta, Malta


The mechanisms underyling different types of (exhaustive) inferences

Gotzner, Nicole, John Tomlinson & Katharina Spalek

Poster, CUNY 2015

19.03.2015 - 21.03.2015

UCLA


Embodied Models

Sauerland, Uli & John Tomlinson

Workshop Models in Formal Semantics and Pragmatics

18.08.2014 - 22.08.2014

ESSLLI 2014, U Tübingen


Scales of Cognition Evident in Action

O’Hora, D., Duran, N.D., Dale, R., Freeman, J. B., Tomlinson, Jr, J.M.

Symposium at 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society

2013

Berlin


How intonation constrains pragmatic inferences

Tomlinson, Jr, J.M. & Lewis Bott

7th biennial conference on Experimental Pragmatics

2013

Utrecht, Niederlande


Basic meanings before pragmatic: Mouse-tracking scalar implicature

Tomlinson, Jr., John Michael, L. A. Bott & T. Bailey

Talk given at the 6th biennial conference on Experimental Pragmatics

2011

Barcelona, Spanien


Varieties of Lexical Adjustment

Tomlinson, Jr. J. M., Assimakopolous, S., Bott, L. A.

Talk given at the second EURO-XPRAG workshop

2011

Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italien