Presentations/Publications

Publications

(submitted). Maxime Tulling & Ailís Cournane. Mapping “fake” past tense to counterfactuality in conditionals and wishes.

(2020). Maxime Tulling, Ryan Law, Ailís Cournane & Liina Pylkkänen. Neural correlates of modal displacement and discourse-updating under (un)certainty. eNeuro. [available here]

(2019). Maxime Tulling, & Ailís Cournane, The role of “fake” past tense in acquiring counterfactuals. Proceedings of the Amsterdam Colloquium, 387-396. [Available here]

(2019). Roger Lo, Angelika Kiss and Maxime Tulling. The prosodic properties of the Cantonese sentence final particles aa1 and aa3 in rhetorical wh-questions. International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS) Proceedings. [Available here]

(2019). Annemarie van Dooren, Maxime Tulling, Ailís Cournane, and Valentine Hacquard, Discovering Modal Polysemy: Lexical Aspect might Help, BUCLD 43 Proceedings, Cascadilla Press. [Available here]

(2015). Maxime Tulling. Divide and Conquer: Split CP Hypothesis in Rhetorical Questions, the Case of SFPs in RQs, SURE! (the Student Research Undergraduate E-journal) [Online], 2015, 1 (1). [Available here]

Conference Presentations

(2021). Maxime Tulling & Ailís Cournane. The past is fake: child comprehension of counterfactual wishes and conditionals (talk). The 95th Annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Online.

(2020). Maxime Tulling & Ailís Cournane. Development of Children’s Understanding of Counterfactuals (poster). The 45th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD), Boston University, Boston, MA (online).

(2020). Maxime Tulling, Suhail Matar, Ellie Abrams, Ria Geguera, Miriam Hauptman, Alicia Parrish, Sarah Phillips and Liina Pylkkänen. Naturalistic expository discourse processing in school-aged children and adults (poster). The 12th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Philadelphia, PA (online).

(2020). Vishal Arvindam, Maxime Tulling & Ailís Cournane. 2-year-olds process negation online: Evidence from eye-tracking (talk). XPrag Workshop: The Processing of Negation and Polarity, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany (online).

(2020). Roger Yu-Hsiang Lo, Maxime Tulling & Angelika Kiss. Individual variation in the prosody of Cantonese rhetorical questions (talk). The 17th Conference on Laboratory Phonology, Vancouver, Canada (online).

(2020). Vishal Arvindam, Maxime Tulling & Ailís Cournane. Online processing of negation in 2-year-olds. (poster). The 33rd Annual CUNY Human Sentence Processing Conference, Amherst, MA (online).

(2020). Vishal Arvindam, Maxime Tulling & Ailís Cournane. Do 2-year-olds understand epistemic maybe? Maybe! (poster). The 94th Annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America 2021, New Orleans, LA.

(2019). Maxime Tulling, & Ailís Cournane. The role of “fake” past tense in acquiring counterfactuals (poster). The 22nd Amsterdam Colloquium, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

(2019). Maxime Tulling, Ryan Law, Ailís Cournane & Liina Pylkkänen. Discourse belief-updating in the right hemisphere (poster). The 11th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Helsinki, Finland.

(2019). Roger Y-H Lo, Angelika Kiss, and Maxime Tulling. The prosodic properties of the Cantonese sentence-final particles aa1and aa3in rhetorical wh-questions (talk). The 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), Melbourne, Australia.

(2019). Maxime Tulling, Ailís Cournane & Liina Pylkkänen. Discourse belief-updating in the right hemisphere (talk). The 8th Experimental Pragmatics (XPrag) Conference, Edinburgh, UK.

(2019). Roger Y-H Lo, Angelika Kiss & Maxime Tulling. The prosody of Cantonese information-seeking and negative rhetorical wh-questions (talk). The Annual Meeting of the Canadian Linguistics Association (CLA-ACL), Vancouver, Canada

(2019). Maxime Tulling, Ailís Cournane & Liina Pylkkänen. Neural Correlates of Linguistic Modality (poster). The 8th Mid-Atlantic Colloquium of Studies in Meaning (MACSIM), New York, NY.

(2019). Maxime Tulling, Ailís Cournane & Liina Pylkkänen. Discourse belief-updating in the right hemisphere (poster). The 26th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS), San Francisco, CA.

(2019). Paloma Jeretič & Maxime Tulling. The role of intersubjectivity in ordering the left periphery (poster). The 93rd Annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, New York, NY.

(2018). Annemarie van Dooren, Maxime Tulling, Ailís Cournane & Valentine Hacquard. Lexical aspect as a cross-linguistic cue to modal meaning: evidence from Dutch (poster). The 43rd Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD), Boston MA.

(2018). Maxime Tulling, Leticia Pablos Robles & Stella Gryllia. Prosody, Prediction and Sentence Final Particles in Dutch (poster). BCBL Workshop on Predictive Processing. Donostia, Basque Country.

(2017). Maxime Tulling. Finnish pragmatic enclitics, sentence final particle in second position? (talk). The 19th Annual SYNC Graduate Student Conference, Yale University, New Haven, CT.

(2016). Maxime Tulling.  ‘Gewoon doen’ [just do it]: doe-construction in Dutch (talk). The 10th T.W.I.S.T.  Student Conference for Linguistics, Leiden, the Netherlands.

(2015). Maxime Tulling. Divide and Conquer: Split CP Hypothesis in Rhetorical Questions, the Case of SFPs in RQs (poster). The Student Research Conference, Tilburg University, The Netherlands.