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  Cornelia Schulze   Publications  

Publications and Presentations

Publications

Schulze, C., Grassmann, S., & Tomasello, M. (2013). 3-year-old children make relevance inferences in indirect verbal communication. Child Development 84(6), 2079-2093.

Schulze, C. (2013). Relevance inferences in young children: 3-year-olds understand a speaker’s indirectly expressed social intention. In Frank Liedtke & Cornelia Schulze (Eds.), Beyond Words. Content, context, and inference (pp. 109-199). Berlin/Boston: Walter de Gruyter.

Liedtke, F. & Schulze, C. (Eds.). (2013). Beyond Words. Content, context, and inference. Berlin/Boston: Walter de Gruyter.

Schulze, C., & Tomasello, M. (submitted). 18-month-old infants comprehend indirect communicative acts.

Grosse, G., Schulze, C., Noveck, I., Tomasello, M., & Katsos, N. (submitted). Three-year-olds make inferences based on informativeness.

Grassmann, S., Schulze, C., & Tomasello, M. (submitted). Children’s exclusion of familiar objects as referents of novel words: The role of productive word knowledge.

 

Conference Presentations

2013

Cornelia Schulze & Michael Tomasello “18-month-old infants comprehend indirect communicative acts.” Poster presented at ‘CogDev 2013. Joint Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society Developmental and Cognitive Sections’, Reading (UK).

Cornelia Schulze & Michael Tomasello
“18-month-old infants comprehend indirect communicative acts.”
Poster presented at BCCCD13, January 2013, Budapest, Hungary.

2011

Cornelia Schulze, Susanne Grassmann & Michael Tomasello
“Relevance inferences in 3-year-olds.”
Paper presented at SRCD, April 2011, Montreal, Canada.

Cornelia Schulze, Susanne Grassmann & Michael Tomasello
“3-year-olds’ relevance inferences based on preconditions for actions”
Poster presented at SRCD, April 2011, Montreal, Canada.

Cornelia Schulze, Susanne Grassmann & Michael Tomasello
“3-year-olds’ relevance inferences based on preconditions for actions”
Poster presented at IASCL, July 2011, Montreal, Canada.

2010

Cornelia Schulze, Susanne Grassmann & Michael Tomasello
„Relevance inferences in 3-year-olds“
Paper presented at ’4th International Conference on Intercultural Pragmatics’, Madrid (Spain).

Cornelia Schulze, Susanne Grassmann & Michael Tomasello
„Relevance inferences in 3-year-olds“
Paper presented at ‘Boston University Conference on Language Development’, Boston (USA).

Cornelia Schulze, Susanne Grassmann & Michael Tomasello
„Relevance inferences in 3-year-olds“
Paper presented at ‘Meeting of the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology’, Bochum & Essen (Germany).

Cornelia Schulze, Susanne Grassmann & Michael Tomasello
„3-year-olds draw inferences based on the expectation of relevance“
Paper presented at XPrag-Workshop in Leuven (Belgium).

Cornelia Schulze, Susanne Grassmann & Michael Tomasello
„3-year-olds draw inferences based on the expectation of relevance“
Paper presented at ‘Beyond the Words’, Leipzig (Germany).

Cornelia Schulze, Susanne Grassmann & Michael Tomasello
„3-year-olds draw inferences based on the expectation of relevance”
Paper presented at ‘Utterance Interpretation and Cognitive Models’, Brussels (Belgium).

2009

Cornelia Schulze, Susanne Grassmann & Michael Tomasello
„Constraining constraints: How mutual exclusivity depends on productive word knowledge“
Poster presented at the Workshop on Pragmatic Development. An X-Prag Pre-Conference Event, Lyon (France).

 

Guest talks

December 2009 „3-year-olds comprehend relevance implicatures“
University College London (UK).