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DAY 1: Wednesday, September 12th


09:00-09:15 OPENING
09:15-10.15 Plenary Talk I (Lecture hall 5B)
Albert Newen
“The cognitive architecture of social understanding including a new solution of the paradox of false belief understanding” [abstract]
10:15-10:30 Coffee break
Lecture hall 5B Lecture hall 5G Lecture hall 5H
10:30-11:10 Sapphira Thorne et al.
Understanding and Dependability: Metacognitive Beliefs about Concepts [abstract]
Kata Balogh
Frames in discourse
Valentina Niccolai et al.
Cortical oscillatory signal correlates of action loudness and movement amount
11:15-11:55 Arvid Båve
Concepts as event types
Kata Balogh & Robert Van Valin
Continuing topic and topic shift in Hungarian and Lakhota
Yulia Esaulova et al.
What’s happening? Biases in the visual perception of event scenes and their descriptions [abstract]
12:00-12:40 Manolo Martínez
A Rate-Distortion Theory of Concepts
Klaus von Heusinger & Frederike Weeber
Framing weak definites: Stereotypical situations and morphological form [abstract]
Margit Scheibel
Processing correlates of action verb specificity
12:40-14:00 Lunch break
14:00-15:00 Plenary Talk II (Lecture hall 5B)
Peter Hagoort
“Beyond semantics proper”
15:00-15:15 Coffee break
Lecture hall 5B Lecture hall 5G Lecture hall 5H
15:15-15:55 James Hampton & Sapphira Thorne
Intensions and Extensions – two sides of the conceptual coin
Andy Lücking & Jonathan Ginzburg
“Most people but not Bill”: integrating sets, individuals and negation into a cognitively plausible account of noun phrase interpretation [abstract]
Mariann Proos
From feeling to cognition in Estonian – a study on tundma ‘to feel’ [abstract]
16:00-16:40 Paul Thorn & Gerhard Schurz
Inheritance Inference from an Ecological Perspective [abstract]
Henk Zeevat
Interpreting Dependent NPs
Ralf Naumann et al.
The interaction of action verbs and adverbs in the brain: an approach in frame theory [abstract]
16:40-17:00 Coffee break
17:00-18:00 Plenary Talk III (Lecture hall 5B)
Luc Steels
Fluid Construction Grammar – A progress report [abstract]


DAY 2: Thursday, September 13th


09:00-10:00 Plenary Talk IV (Lecture hall 5B)
Sebastian Löbner
Cascades – A fundamental structure of cognitive representations? [abstract]
10:00-10:30 Coffee break
Lecture hall 5B Lecture hall 5G Lecture hall 5H
10:30-11:10 Katja Gabrovska & Wilhelm Geuder
Acting intentionally in Frames
Elisa Scerrati & James Hampton
The Modifier Effect with Unknown Subcategories
Ruben van de Vijver
Phonetics in phonological representations:
Evidence from Hungarian
11:15-11:55 Wilhelm Geuder
The inside and outside of event concepts: “Mental” adverbs and “agentive” adverbs [abstract]
Corina Strößner & Gerhard Schurz
Is the modifier effect explained by rational reasoning? [abstract]
Jonathan Ginzburg et al.
Interaction, Appraisal, and Non-Verbal Social Signal Meaning [abstract]
12:00-12:40 Timm Lichte
Incremental, inference-based MWE processing with TUCO [abstract]
Annika Schuster et al.
Stochastic Frames: motivations, applications, and challenges [abstract]
Tobias Kalenscher et al.
Rat ultrasonic vocalizations as social reinforcers – implications for a multilevel model of the cognitive representation of action and rats’ social world [abstract]
12:40-14:00 Lunch break
14:00-15:00 Plenary Talk V (Lecture hall 5B)
Kjell Johan Sæbø
“By”: A vindication of the Anscombe thesis [abstract]
15:00-15:15 Coffee break
Lecture hall 5B Lecture hall 5G Lecture hall 5H
15:15-15:55 Jens Fleischhauer & Thomas Gamerschlag
Composing the meaning of light verb constructions – a frame account [abstract]

Peter Sutton
Tall, tall and not tall, neither tall nor not tall [abstract]

16:00-17:00 Plenary Talk VI (Lecture hall 5B)
Inbal Ben-Ami Bartal
What´s cognitive about rat empathy? [abstract]
19:30 Conference dinner: Restaurant “Libanon


DAY 3: Friday, September 14th


9:30-10:30 PLENARY TALK VII (Lecture hall 5B)
Nicola Guarino
Events and their context [abstract]
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
Lecture hall 5B Lecture hall 5G Lecture hall 5H
11:00-11:40 Yi-Chen Yeh & Hsu-Hung Ke
Frame Your Smell: The Multimodal Prototypes of Olfactory Concepts [abstract]
Curt Anderson & Marios Andreou
The role of context in disambiguating –er nominalizations
Yulia Zinova & Rainer Osswald
The difference between terminativity and telicity and its reflection in the morphosyntax of Russian [abstract]
11:45-12:25 Franziska Kretzschmar et al.
Prototype vs. Prominence: Experimental studies on the decomposition of agentivity [abstract]
Tamara Dobler
From ad hoc concepts to ad hoc applications [abstract]
Felix Knuth
Toward a Semantic Classification of Norwegian Pseudocoordinations [abstract]
12:25-14:00 Lunch break
14:00-15:00 Plenary Talk VIII (Lecture hall 5B)
Daniel Hole
Scope-taking strategies and the order of clausal categories
in German Sign Language [abstract]
15:00-15:15 Coffee break
Lecture hall 5B Lecture hall 5G Lecture hall 5H
15:15-15:55 Jennifer Head
Rethinking the slur/neutral counterpart relationship: towards a prototype semantics of slurs[abstract]
Ioana Hulpus et al.
Using External Knowledge Graphs to Automatically Assess Conceptual Complexity of Texts [abstract]
Kristina Liefke
A ‘Situated’ Solution to Prior’s Substitution Problem [abstract]
16:00-16:40 Eleonore Neufeld
An Essentialist Theory of the Meaning of Slurs[abstract]
Curt Anderson et al.
Automatic clustering and the lexical semantics of cooking adjectives [abstract]
Katrin Schulz
A dynamic account of backtracking counterfactuals [abstract]
16:40-17:00 Coffee break
17:00-18:00 Plenary Talk IX (Lecture hall 5B)
Friederike Moltmann
Attitude Reports with Attitudinal Objects[abstract]


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