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Reasoning

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Publications

  • 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] 
  • Breitholtz, E. & Howes, C (2020). Communicable reasons: How children learn topoi through dialogue. In Proceedings of the 24th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue. Waltham, MA : SEMDIAL. [More] 
  • Breitholtz, E. & Howes, C (2020). Theirs not to reason why: Dialogical reasoning for conversational artificial agents.. In Do Robots Talk? Philosophical Implications of Describing Human-Machine Communication (DoRoTa). [More] 
  • Breitholtz, E., Howes, C. & Cooper, R (2017). Incrementality all the way up. In Computing Natural Language Inference Workshop at the International Conference on Computational Semantics (IWCS). [More] 
  • Breitholtz, E. & Howes, C (2017). Dialogical reasoning in patients with schizophrenia - Invited Talk. In (In)Coherence of Discourse 4. Nancy, France. [More] 
  • Howes, C., Lavelle, M., Healey, P. G., Breitholtz, E., Hough, J. & McCabe, R (2016). Gesture, self-repair and reasoning in schizophrenia. In Workshop on Mechanisms for Linguistic Interaction. Ghent, Belgium. [More] 
  • Breitholtz, E. & Howes, C (2015). Within reason: Categorising enthymematic reasoning in the balloon task. In Howes, C. & Larsson, S. (editors), Proceedings of the 19th SemDial Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue (goDIAL), pages 160-161. Gothenburg, Sweden. [More] 
  • Breitholtz, E., Howes, C. & Lavelle, M (2015). Enthymematic reasoning in a moral dilemma -- do patients with schizophrenia reason differently?. In (In)Coherence of Discourse 3. Nancy, France. [More]