Selected Presentations

2009

  • Sunfa Kim, Gail Mauner, and Jean-Pierre Koenig. Structural priming within a second language (l2) - does word order across languages matter? In Poster Proceedings of the 22nd Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Davis, CA, March 2009. [ bib ]

2008

  • Sunfa Kim, Gail Mauner, and Jean-Pierre Koenig. Verb repetition is not required for structural priming in l2 english production in japanese-english bilinguals. In Poster Proceedings of the 14th Annual Conference on Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, Cambridge, UK, 2008. [ bib ]
  • Hongoak Yun, Douglas Roland, Jean-Pierre Koenig, and Gail Mauner. The effects of semantic predictability and shared similarity with the other possible fillers on processing. In Poster presented at the CUNY 2008 Conference on Human Sentence Processing, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, March 13-15 2008. [ bib ]

2007

  • Sunfa Kim, Gail Mauner, and Jean-Pierre Koenig. What is contingent about contingency learning?: Evidence from structural priming in comprehension. In Poster Proceedings of the 20th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, La Jolla, CA, 2007. [ bib ]
  • Douglas Roland, Carolyn O'Meara, Hongoak Yun, and Gail Mauner. Processing object relative clauses: Discourse or frequency? In Poster presented at the CUNY Sentence Processing Conference, San Diego, 2007. [ bib | .pdf ]
  • Hongoak Yun, Gail Mauner, and Jean-Pierre Koenig. When is semantic information enough. In Poster presented at the International Conference on Processing Head-final Structures, Rochester Institute of Technology, NY, September 21-22 2007. [ bib ]

2006

  • Sunfa Kim and Gail Mauner. Priming vs. contingency learning accounts of structural priming effects in comprehension. In Poster Proceedings of the 19th annual CUNY conference on Human Sentence Processing, New York, NY, 2006. [ bib ]
  • Hongoak Yun, Gail Mauner, and Jean-Pierre Koenig. Anticipation versus integration of syntactically infrequent but semantically obligatory arguments. In Poster presented at the 19th CUNY Human Sentence Processing, CUNY Graduate Center, NY, March 23-25 2006. [ bib ]

2004

  • Jean-Pierre Koenig and Gail Mauner. Explaining typical and non-typical argument effects: A mutual information model. In Poster Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on the mental lexicon, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, June 2004. [ bib ]

1998

  • Breton Bienvenue, Gail Mauner, and Alycia Roehrig. Guess where and what with: The encoding of implicit instruments and locative-goals. In Poster Proceedings of the 11th Annual CUNY conference on Human Sentence Processing, New Brunswick, NJ, March 1998. [ bib ]
  • Alissa Melinger and Gail Mauner. The encoding of implicit agents: Evidence from cross-modal naming. In Poster Proceedings of the 11th Annual CUNY Human Sentence Processing Conference, New Brunswick, NJ, March 1998. [ bib ]