Presentations

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Conference Presentations

2018

Cornelia Schulze & David Buttelmann: ” Even indirect communication influences infants’ expectations about others’ belief-based actions”
Poster at ‘Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development’, Budapest (Hungary).

2017

Nefeli Anagnostopoulou, Kirsten Abbot-Smith, Cornelia Schulze, & Danielle Matthews:
“Relevance Inferencing in 3-year-olds: Real World Knowledge Matters”
Poster at ‘International Congress for the Study of Child Language (IASCL 2017)’, Lyon (France).

Cornelia Schulze, Gerlind Große, Mutsumi Imai, Noburo Saji, & Henrik Saalbach:
“How do children construct the color lexicon? A developmental and comparative study of concept formation”
Paper at ‘2nd Lancaster Conference on Infant and Child Development’, Lancaster (UK).

Gerlind Große, Cornelia Schulze, Michael Tomasello, & Napoleon Katsos:
“Three-year-old-children make some, but not all inferences based on informativeness”
Paper at ‘2nd Lancaster Conference on Infant and Child Development’, Lancaster (UK).

Cornelia Schulze & David Buttelmann
“Infants’ updating of belief attribution through indirect communicative acts”
Poster at ‘PAEPSY2017 (Gemeinsame Tagung der Fachgruppen Entwicklungspsychologie und Pädagogische Psychologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie)’, Münster (Germany).

Cornelia Schulze & David Buttelmann
“Investigating the influence of communicative acts on belief attribution in infancy“
Poster at ‘Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting (SRCD 2017)’, Austin (USA).

Cornelia Schulze & David Buttelmann
“Toddlers’ updating of belief attribution through indirect communicative acts“
Paper presented as part of a symposium on “Updating Representations of Other People’s Beliefs: Recent Evidence From Toddlers and Adults”, organized by Patricia Ganea (Uni Toronto), at ‘International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS17)’, Vienna (Austria).

2016

Cornelia Schulze & David Buttelmann
“Investigating the influence of communicative acts on belief attribution in infancy“
Poster at ‘Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development (BCCCD16)’, Budapest (Hungary).

2015

Cornelia Schulze
“Gemeintes im Gesagten finden. Auswirkungen auf das Verstehen von Prüfungsaufgaben?“
Presentation held at the workshop ‘Kompetenzentwicklung im Vorschulalter – Konsequenzen für das Schulalter’, Erfurt (Germany).

2014

Markus Spreer, Cornelia Schulze & Christian W. Glück
“Sprachverständnisleistungen als zentrale Voraussetzung schulischen Lernens. Rezeptive Sprachleistungen im Fokus.”
Paper at ’23. Jahrestagung der Kommission Grundschulforschung und Pädagogik der Primarstufe’, Leipzig (Germany).

Cornelia Schulze & Michael Tomasello
“18-month-olds infer social goals from indirect communicative acts.”
Poster at ‘International Conference on Infant Studies (ICIS)’, Berlin (Germany).

Cornelia Schulze
“Infants infer a communicator’s social goal from indirect communicative acts.”
Paper at ‘Beyond words 2. New Developments in Pragmatics’, Leipzig (Germany).

2013

Cornelia Schulze & Michael Tomasello
“18-month-old infants comprehend indirect communicative acts.”
Poster 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 at ‘Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development (BCCCD13)’, Budapest (Hungary).

2011

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

Cornelia Schulze, Susanne Grassmann & Michael Tomasello
“Relevance inferences in 3-year-olds.”
Paper as part of symposium on pragmatic abilities in children organized by Cornelia Schulze, at ‘SRCD’, Montreal (Canada).

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

2010

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

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

Cornelia Schulze, Susanne Grassmann & Michael Tomasello
„Relevance inferences in 3-year-olds“
Paper 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 at ‘XPrag-Workshop’, Leuven (Belgium).

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

Cornelia Schulze, Susanne Grassmann & Michael Tomasello
„3-year-olds draw inferences based on the expectation of relevance”
Paper 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 at the ‘Workshop on Pragmatic Development. An X-Prag Pre-Conference Event’, Lyon (France).

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