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Elisa Kreiss


I'm a PhD student in the Linguistics department at Stanford University. In my research, I study human language from a cognitive and computational perspective.

I'm a member of the interActive Language Processing Lab at Stanford and I'm an affiliated researcher of the Causality in Cognition Lab.

Publications


Pending

Degen, J., Hawkins, R.X.D., Graf, C., Kreiss, E., and Goodman, N.D. (under review). When redundancy is rational: A Bayesian approach to 'overinformative' referring expressions. [Code]

2019

Kreiss, E., Franke, M., Degen, J. (2019). Uncertain evidence statements and guilt perception in iterative reproductions of crime stories. Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. [Code]

2017

Kreiss, E. (2017). Modeling Natural Language in the RSA Framework: Typicality Effects in Overinformative Referring Expressions. Unpublished Bachelor's Thesis.


Talks and Posters


2019

Kreiss, E., Degen, J. Production expectations modulate contrastive inferences. CAMP 2019, Santa Cruz, Oct 26-27.

Kreiss, E., Franke, M., Degen, J. Uncertain evidence statements and guilt perception in iterative reproductions of crime stories. CogSci 2019, Montreal, Jul 24-27.

2017

Kreiss, E., Degen, J., Hawkins, R.X.D., and Goodman, N.D. Mentioning atypical properties of objects is communicatively efficient. CogSci 2017, London, Jul 26-29.

Kreiss, E., Degen, J., Hawkins, R.X.D., and Goodman, N.D. Mentioning atypical properties of objects is communicatively efficient. XPRAG 2017, Cologne, Jun 21-23.

Degen, J., Kreiss, E., Hawkins, R.X.D., and Goodman, N.D. Mentioning atypical properties of objects is communicatively efficient. CUNY 2017, MIT, Mar 30-Apr 1.