Amanda Pogue - Publications

Below you will find a list of my current publications and proceedings. An updated version of my CV can be found here.

Published Papers

Pogue, A., Kurumada, C., & Tanenhaus, M.K. (2016). Talker-specific generalization of pragmatic inferences based on under- and over-informative prenominal adjective use. Frontiers in Psychology, 6:2035. [publisher]

Hartshorne, J.K., Pogue, A., & Snedeker, J. (2015). Love is hard to understand: The relationship between causativity and transitivity in the acquisition of emotion verbs. Journal of Child Language, 42, 467-504. [publisher

Vouloumanos, A., Onishi, K., & Pogue, A. (2012). Twelve-month-old infants recognize that speech can communicate unobservable intentions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109, 12933-12937. [publisher]

Brooks, N., Pogue, A., & Barner, D. (2011). Piecing together numerical language: Children's use of default units in early counting and quantification. Developmental Science, 14, 44-57. [publisher]

Conference Proceedings

Pogue, A., Kurumada, C., & Tanenhaus, M.K. (2015). Speaker-specific generalization of pragmatic inferences based on prenominal adjectives. Noelle, D. C., Dale, R., Warlaumont, A. S., Yoshimi, J., Matlock, T., Jennings, C. D., & Maglio, P. P. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 1889-1894). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society. [pdf]

Pogue, A., Jalabi, A., & Le Corre, M. (2012). Why is a few sometimes a lot? In N. Miyake, D. Peebles, & R. P. Cooper (Eds.), Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 2192-2197). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society. [pdf]

Brooks, N., Pogue, A., & Barner, D. (2010). Piecing together numerical language: Children's use of default units in early counting and quantification. In K. Franich, K. M. Iserman, & L. L. Keil (Eds.) Proceedings of the 34th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. 

Pogue, A., Hartshorne, J.K., & Snedeker, J., (2009). Developmental Evidence for a Canonical Syntax-Semantics Mapping for Verbs of Psychological State [Abstract]. In N.A. Taatgen & H. van Rijn (Eds.), Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (p. 972). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society. [pdf]

Melgoza, V., Pogue, A., & Barner, D. (2008). A Broken Fork in the Hand is Worth Two in the Grammar: Evidence for a Discrete Physical Object Bias in Quantifiers and Plural Nouns. In B. C. Love, K. McRae, & V. M. Sloutsky (Eds.), Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 1580-1585). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society. [pdf]

Posters and Presentations

*Pogue, A., & Tanenhaus, M.K. (2017). Exploring how speakers mark, and listeners assess, certainty. Poster presented at Experimental Pragmatics (XPrag 2017). Cologne, Germany. [abstract, poster]

*Pogue, A., Brown-Schmidt, S., & Kurumada, C. (2017). Causal attributions in the adaptation of pragmatic informativity assumptions. Poster presented at the CUNY Conference on Sentence Processing. Boston, MA.

*Orth, W., Pogue, A., & Kurumada, C. (2017). The role of context and information in the interpretation of scalar adjectives. Poster presented at the CUNY Conference on Sentence Processing. Boston, MA.

*Orth, W., Pogue, A., & Kurumada, C. (2017). Contextual Factors In Child Adjective Interpretation. Poster presented at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research. Nashville, TN.

*Pogue, A., Kurumada, C., & Tanenhaus, M.K. (2017). Preschoolers’ pragmatic generalization based on scalar adjective use. Poster to be presented at the CSLI workshop: Bridging Computational and Psycholinguistic Approaches to the Study of Meaning. Stanford, CA.

*Pogue, A., Brown-Schmidt, S., & Kurumada, C. (2017). The role of causal attribution in the generalization of pragmatic informativity assumptions. Poster to be presented at the CSLI workshop: Bridging Computational and Psycholinguistic Approaches to the Study of Meaning. Stanford, CA.

*Pogue, A., Kurumada, C., & Tanenhaus, M.K. (2015). Speaker-based generalization of quantity implicature in preschoolers. Presentation given at the 40th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development. Boston, MA.

*Pogue, A., Kurumada, C., & Tanenhaus, M.K. (2015). Speaker-specific generalization of pragmatic inferences based on prenominal adjectives. Presentation at the 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Pasadena, CA.

*Pogue, A., Kurumada, C., & Tanenhaus, M.K. (2015). Speaker-specific pragmatic generalizations based on under- vs. over-informative utterances. Presentation at Experimental Pragmatics 2015. Chicago, IL. [abstract]

*Pogue, A., Kurumada, C., & Tanenhaus, M.K. (2015). Exploring expectations based on speaker-specific variation in informativity. Presentation at Formal and experimental pragmatics: methodological issues of a nascent liaison. Berlin, Germany. [abstract]

*Pogue, A., Jalabi, A., & Le Corre, M. (2012). Why is a few sometimes a lot? Poster at the 34th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Sapporo, Japan. 

*Pogue, A., Jalabi, A., & Le Corre, M. (2012). Learning the order of things: How children develop an adult-like quantifier scale. Poster at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Jean Piaget Society. Toronto, ON. 

*Pogue, A., Jalabi, A., & Le Corre, M. (2011). When is "a lot" more than "a few"? Poster at the Seventh Biennial Meeting of the Cognitive Development Society. Philadelphia, PA. 

Brooks, N., Pogue, A., & *Barner, D. (2009). Piecing together numerical language: Children's use of default units in early counting and quantification. Presentation given at the 34th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development. Boston, MA. 

*Pogue, A., Hartshorne, J.K., & Snedeker, J., (2009). Developmental Evidence for a Canonical Syntax-Semantics Mapping for Verbs of Psychological State. Poster at the 31st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Amsterdam, Netherlands. 

*Hartshorne, J.K., Pogue, A., & Snedeker, J. (2009). Fear and Loathing in Discourse Coherence: Children use the argument structure of psychological predicates in interclausal pronoun interpretation. Poster presented at the 3rd Annual Experimental Pragmatics Conference. Lyons, France. 

*Hartshorne, J.K., Pogue, A., & Snedeker, J (2009). Who is she and why is she so scary? Psych verbs and the mapping from semantics to syntax. Poster at the 2009 Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Denver, CO.  

Melgoza, V., *Pogue, A., & Barner, D. (2008). A Broken Fork in the Hand is Worth Two in the Grammar: Evidence for a Discrete Physical Object Bias in Quantifiers and Plural Nouns. Poster at the 30th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Washington, DC. 

*Melgoza, V., & *Pogue, A. (2008). A Spatio-Temporal Bias in Children's Interpretation of Quantifiers and Plural Nouns. Presentation given at the Toronto Undergraduate Linguistics Conference 2008, Toronto, ON.

* denotes presenting author