Interests:

Theoretical and experimental investigations of the semantics and pragmatics of intonation, modality, polar questions, and polar particles.

Output:

Goodhue, D. under revision. On the felicity conditions of Epistemic modals. Draft available here.

Goodhue, D. and M. Wagner. under revision. Intonation, yes and no. Draft available here.

Goodhue, D. in preparation. Verum focus in polar questions. 

Goodhue, D. 2016. VERUM focus and epistemic bias in English polar questions. Talk presented at The ninth Toronto-Ottawa-Montreal Semantics Workshop (TOM).

Goodhue, D. 2016. A: No, we don’t know what no means. B: Yeah no, I know. Poster presented at The ninth Toronto-Ottawa-Montreal Semantics Workshop (TOM)

Goodhue, D. 2016. Epistemic must is not evidential, it's epistemic. In The Proceedings of the North East Linguistics Society (NELS) 46. Available here.

Goodhue, D., L. Harrison, Y. T. C. Su, and M. Wagner. 2016. Toward a bestiary of English intonational contours. In The Proceedings of the North East Linguistics Society (NELS) 46. Paper available upon request. See and hear our data here

Goodhue, D. 2015. Epistemic bias in yes-no questions in English. Invited talk presented at The Inquisitive Turn closing event: Questions in Pragmatics. Workshop website here.

Goodhue, D. and M. Wagner. 2015. It's not just what you say, it's how you say it: Intonation, yes and no. In D. Ozyildiz & T. Bui (eds.), The Proceedings of the North East Linguistics Society (NELS) 45. Available here.

Goodhue, D., J. Pickett, and M. Wagner. 2013. English reverse prosody in yes-no responses. In R. Fernández & A. Isard (eds.), The Proceedings of Sem Dial: The 17th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue at the University of Amsterdam (DialDam). Available here.

White, L., H. Goad, D. Goodhue, H. Hwang and M. Lieberman. 2013. Syntactic ambiguity resolution in L2 parsing: effects of prosodic boundaries and constituent length. Proceedings of the 37th Boston University Conference on Language Development (Supplement). Available here.

Links:

McGill Linguistics

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