Presentations/Publications

Publications

(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

(2020). Vishal Arvindam, Maxime Tulling & Ailís Cournane, Online processing of negation in 2-year-olds. (poster). CUNY 2020 Annual Meeting (digital), Amherst, MA.

(2020). Vishal Arvindam, Maxime Tulling & Ailís Cournane, Do 2-year-olds understand epistemic maybe? Maybe! (poster). LSA 2020 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

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

(2019). Maxime Tulling, Ryan Law, Ailís Cournane & Liina Pylkkänen, Discourse belief-updating in the right hemisphere (poster). Society of the Neuroscience of Language (SNL) Annual Conference, Helsinki, Finland.

(2019). Lo, Roger Yu-Hsiang, Angelika Kiss, and Maxime Tulling. The prosodic properties of the Cantonese sentence-final particles aa1 and aa3 in rhetorical wh-questions. (talk) International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), Melbourne, Australia.

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

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

(2019). Maxime Tulling, Ailís Cournane & Liina Pylkkänen, Neural Correlates of Linguistic Modality (poster). 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). Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS) Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

(2019). Paloma Jeretič & Maxime Tulling, The role of intersubjectivity in ordering the left periphery (poster). LSA 2019 Annual Meeting, New York, NY.

(2018). Annemarie van Dooren, Maxime Tulling, Ailis Cournane  & Valentine Hacquard, ‘Lexical  aspect  as a  cross-linguistic  cue  to modal  meaning:  evidence  from  Dutch’ (poster),  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/San Sebastian, Basque Country.

(2017). Finnish pragmatic enclitics, sentence final particle in second position? (talk). SYNC, Yale University, New Haven, CT.

(2016). ‘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). Divide and Conquer: Split CP Hypothesis in Rhetorical Questions, the Case of SFPs in RQs (poster). Student Research Conference, Tilburg University, The Netherlands.