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Presentations

[2022]. Eszter Ronai & Ming Xiang. Degree estimates predict likelihood of scalar inference. Talk to be presented at LSA 96.

[2022]. Eszter Ronai & Ming Xiang. Overt exhaustification, but not discourse context, reduces scalar diversity. Talk to be presented at LSA 96.

2021. Eszter Ronai & Ming Xiang. Three factors in explaining scalar diversity. Talk presented at SuB 26. [slides] [recording]

2021. Eszter Ronai & Ming Xiang. Quantifying scalar diversity: a first look. Talk presented at AMLaP 27. [slides] [recording]

2021. Eszter Ronai & Ming Xiang. Scalar diversity in discourse contexts. Poster presented at XPRAG.it 4. [poster]

2021. Eszter Ronai & Ming Xiang. Exploring the connection between Question Under Discussion and scalar diversity. Talk presented at LSA 95. [slides]

2021. Eszter Ronai* & Laura Stigliano*. Licensing of nominal ellipsis in Hungarian possessives. Talk presented at LSA 95. [slides]

2020. Eszter Ronai & Ming Xiang. Question availability as a predictor of scalar diversity. Poster presented at AMLaP 26. [poster]

2020. Eszter Ronai* & Laura Stigliano*. Variation in the size of nominal ellipsis in Hungarian: evidence from nouns and pronouns. Talk presented at SICOGG 22. [slides]

2020. Eszter Ronai* & Laura Stigliano*. Interpretation cannot determine the source of multiple sluicing in Hungarian. Talk presented at ECBAE 3. [slides]

2020. Eszter Ronai & Ming Xiang. Accounting for syntactic complexity in Hungarian relative clauses. Poster presented at CUNY 33. [poster]

2020. Eszter Ronai* & Laura Stigliano*. Is multiple fronting necessary for multiple sluicing? The view from Hungarian. Talk presented at WCCFL 38. [slides]

2020. Eszter Ronai* & Laura Stigliano*.  Interpreting multiple sluicing: Experimental evidence from Hungarian. Talk presented at TLS 19. [slides]

2019. Eszter Ronai* & Laura Stigliano*. Clausal ellipsis has an isomorphic source: Evidence from Hungarian adjectival sluicing. Talk presented at LAGB 2019. *Best Student Abstract Award* [handout]

2019. Eszter Ronai & Ming Xiang. The interplay of memory and expectation in Hungarian relative clause processing. Talk presented at LAGB 2019. [superseded by CUNY 33 poster]

2019. Eszter Ronai* & Laura Stigliano*. Sluicing and pseudosluicing in Hungarian. Talk presented at CLS 55. [handout]

2019. Eszter Ronai & Ming Xiang. Relative clause processing in a flexible word order language: Evidence from Hungarian. Poster presented at CUNY 32. *Student Travel Award* [superseded by CUNY 33 poster]

2019. Eszter Ronai* & Laura Stigliano*. Adjectival sluices in Hungarian: An argument for isomorphic sources. Talk presented at PLC 43. [superseded by CLS 55 handout]

2018. Eszter Ronai & Ming Xiang. Computing implicatures under QUDs. Talk presented at NELS 49. [slides]

2018. Eszter Ronai & Ming Xiang. Processing quantity implicatures under QUDs. Poster presented at AMLaP 24. [poster]

2018. Yenan Sun, Eszter Ronai, Alan Yu & Ming Xiang. The role of contextual-pragmatic information in speech perception: an eye-tracking study. Poster presented at CUNY 31. [poster]

2018. Yenan Sun, Laura Stigliano, Eszter Ronai, Amara Sankhagowit, Anisia Popescu, Alan Yu & Ming Xiang. The role of contextual-pragmatic information in speech perception: an eye-tracking study. Poster presented at LSA 92. [poster]

2017. Eszter Ronai. Quantifier scope in heritage bilinguals: a comparative experimental study. Poster presented at NELS 48. [poster]

2017. Eszter Ronai. Quantifier scope in heritage bilinguals: a comparative experimental study. Talk presented at SWAMP 2017. [slides]

* = co-first authors