Causal Inference Lab

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Publications

2019

  • Robert van Rooij & Katrin Schulz (2019). A causal power semantics for generic sentences. Topoi https://doi.org/10.1007/s11245-019-09663-4
  • Dean McHugh & Alexandre Cremers (2019). Negation and alternatives in conditional antecedents. Proceedings of the 22nd Amsterdam Colloquium [link]

2018

 

Talks

2019

  • Dean McHugh, ILLC Statistical Inference Workshop (Amsterdam, December 2019). Actual causality in dynamical system [slides]
  • Dean McHugh, ESSLLI Student Session (Riga, August 2019). A problem for downward closure in the semantics of conditionals [slides]
  • Katrin Schulz, Arnold Kochari & Robert van Rooij, Sinn und Bedeutung 24 (Osnabrück, September 2019). Generics in Contrast: A theory and some experiments [slides]
  • Dean McHugh, Inquisitive Semantics Seminar (Amsterdam, April 2019). Negation and alternatives in conditional antecedents [slides]
  • Dean McHugh, Amsterdam Philosophy PhD symposium (February 2019). Foundations of mechanistic reasoning (talk for a genreal audience) [slides]

2018

  • Katrin Schulz & Robert van Rooij, The Many “What Ifs” (Konstanz, October 2018). Conditionals, causality and conditional probability [slides]

 

Poster presentations

2019

  • Ivar Kolvoort, Katrin Schulz, Robert van Rooij & Leendert van Maanen, NVP Winter Conference (Egmond aan Zee, December 2019). Testing theories of causal reasoning using response times and deadlines [poster]
  • Dean McHugh, 22nd Amsterdam Colloquium (December 2019). Negation and alternatives in conditional antecedents [poster]
  • Ivar Kolvoort, Leendert van Maanen, Robert van Rooij & Katrin Schulz, 2019 Meeting of the European Mathematical Psychology Group (EMPG Heidelberg, August 2019). Distinguishing response strategies in continuous response tasks: a geometric LBA approach [poster]
  • Dean McHugh, Crete Summer School in Linguistics (CreteLing, July 2019). Exclusification in conditional antecedents [poster]
  • Dean McHugh, OZSW 2019 (Nederlandse Onderzoeksschool Wijsbegeerte/The Dutch Research School for Philosophy, Amsterdam, November 2019). How to cause the inevitable [poster]