Cécile Larralde


Statut : Doctorante

Adresse :

LLF, CNRS – UMR 7110
Université de Paris
Case 7031 – 5, rue Thomas Mann,
75205 Paris cedex 13

E-mail : prpvyr.yneenyqr.15@hpy.np.hx

Domaines :
  Discours et dialogue

Axes de recherche :
  Linguistique expérimentale

Présentation générale

I have just completed a Master of Science (MSc) in language sciences at University College London. I am now looking forward to spending the next three years working on discourse connectives under the supervision of Ira Noveck.

During my undergraduate studies I focused mainly on syntax and semantics but a research project on disjunctions led me to increasingly consider the conversational aspect of language. Since then I have developed a keen interest in the psychological processes underlying the computation of pragmatic inferences. I also like studying language acquisition especially when it contributes to the understanding of general language principles. 


Titre : Experimental investigations of non-truth-conditional discourse connectives

Directeur :
  Ira Noveck

Inscription : 2021 à Université de Paris


Larralde, C., Konradt, A., & Szendrői, K. E. (2021). Information structure and scope interactions: disjunction wide scope induced by focus. Frontiers in Communication, 5, 131