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2021

Breitholtz, E., Cooper, R., Howes, C. & Lavelle, M (2021). Reasoning in multiparty dialogue involving patients with schizophrenia. In Amblard, M. (editor), (In)Coherence of Discourse. Springer. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]

Howes, C., Breitholtz, E., Lavelle, M. & Cooper, R (2021). Justifiable reasons for everyone: Dialogical reasoning in patients with schizophrenia. In Proceedings of the 25th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue. SEMDIAL. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]

Howes, C. & Lavelle, M (2021). Mis-taking turns: Conversing with a patient with schizophrenia. In The Role of the Current Speaker in Conversational Turn Taking – Theoretical, Experimental, and Corpus Linguistic Perspectives on Speaker Contributions to Aligned Turn-Timing. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]

Ioussef, D., Breitholtz, E. & Howes, C (2021). Don’t you think that a rhetorical question can convey an argument?. In Proceedings of the 25th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue. SEMDIAL. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]

2020

Noble, B., Breitholtz, E. & Cooper, R (2020). Personae under uncertainty: The case of topoi. In Proceedings of the Probability and Meaning Conference (PaM 2020), pages 8-16. Gothenburg : Association for Computational Linguistics. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]

2019

Lavelle, M. & Howes, C (2019). Turn-taking and other interactional issues in patients with schizophrenia. In Workshop on Formal Approaches to (In)coherence and Dynamics in Dialogue. [More] [Slides] [Digital version] [Bibtex]

2018

Breitholtz, E. & Cooper, R (2018). Relating coordination in non-linguistic games and dialogue games. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Dialogue and Perception, pages 17-21. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]

Breitholtz, E. & Cooper, R (2018). How to play games with types. In Symposium on Logic and Algorithms in Computational Linguistic. Stockholm. [More] [Slides] [Bibtex]

Breitholtz, E. & Cooper, R (2018). Towards a game theory for conversational rhetoric. In Sociolinguistic, Psycholinguistic and Formal Perspectives on Meaning. Paris. [More] [Slides] [Digital version] [Bibtex]

Lavelle, M., Howes, C., Healey, P. G. & McCabe, R (2018). Are we having a laugh? Conversational laughter in schizophrenia. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Dialogue and Perception, pages 35-37. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]

2017

Breitholtz, E. & Howes, C (2017). Dialogical Reasoning in Patients with Schizophrenia - Invited Talk. In (In)Coherence of Discourse 4. Nancy, France. [More] [Slides] [Bibtex]

Cooper, R (2017). How to play games with types. In Workshop on Context and Reasoning in Dialogue and Other Media. Paris. [More] [Slides] [Bibtex]

Howes, C., Lavelle, M., Healey, P. G., Hough, J. & McCabe, R (2017). Disfluencies in dialogues with patients with schizophrenia. In Proceedings of the 39th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. London, UK. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]

Howes, C., Lavelle, M., Healey, P. G., Hough, J. & McCabe, R (2017). Do patients with schizophrenia do dialogue differently?. In Proceedings of the 7th Joint Action Meeting (JAM). London, UK. [More] [Slides] [Bibtex]

Howes, C., Lavelle, M., Healey, P. G., Hough, J. & McCabe, R (2017). Self-repair in dialogue with patients with schizophrenia. In Communication and Cognition - Miscommunication: Getting lost in language(s). [More] [Digital version] [Slides] [Bibtex]