*See my CV for a full list of presentations
[Upcoming] Van Lipzig, Emma, Ava Creemers, and Jan Don. Is there Morphological Decomposition in Irregular Nominalizations? A Priming Study on Dutch. Talk at the Morphology in the Low Countries (MiLC) symposium, Utrecht University, the Netherlands, April 8-9 .
[Upcoming] Creemers, Ava. The representation of opaque meanings in Dutch prefixed verbs. Talk at the 44th Penn Linguistics Conference (PLC 44), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA, March 27-29.
[Upcoming] Creemers, Ava. Auditory processing of English compound words. Poster at the 33rd Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, University of Massachusetts, Amherst MA, March 19-21.
Creemers, Ava, Nattanun Chanchaochai, and David Embick. Auditory processing of pseudo-derived English words. ExLing 2019, 10th Tutorial and Research Workshop on Experimental Linguistics, University of Lisbon, Portugal, September 25-27. [pdf]
Creemers, Ava. The processing of morphologically complex verbs in Dutch. Talk at Doing experiments with theoretical linguistics, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, April 4.
Creemers, Ava. Resultative Secondary Predicates and Prefixes in German and Dutch. Talk at the 43rd Penn Linguistics Conference (PLC 43), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, March 22-24. [handout]
Creemers, Ava, Amy Goodwin Davies, and Robert J. Wilder. Auditory morphological priming of semantically transparent and opaque Dutch prefixed verbs. Talk at the Mental Lexicon (MenLex2018), Edmonton, Canada, September 25-28.
Chanchaochai, Nattanun and Ava Creemers. Evidence for early form-based decomposition in auditory priming. Talk at the Mental Lexicon (MenLex2018), Edmonton, Canada, September 25-28.
Creemers, Ava, Amy Goodwin Davies, and Robert J. Wilder. Morphological priming of Dutch prefixed in auditory word processing. Talk at PLC 42 (Penn Linguistics Conference), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA, March 23-25.
Creemers, Ava. Quantifier scope resolution in doubly quantified ditransitive sentences. Poster at MACSIM 7 (Mid-Atlantic Colloquium of Studies in Meaning), Georgetown University, Washington D.C., October 7.
Creemers, Ava, Jeannette Schaeffer, Merel van Witteloostuijn. Article Choice, Theory of Mind and Memory in Dutch-speaking children with language impairment. Poster at BUCLD 42, Boston University, Boston MA, November 3-5.
Creemers, Ava, Amy Goodwin Davies, and Robert J. Wilder. Morphological Priming of Dutch Complex Verbs is independent of Semantic Transparency. SLE (Societas Linguistica Europaea) in the workshop What is in a Morpheme?, Zurich, Switzerland, September 10-13.
Creemers, Ava, Jérémy Zehr, and Florian Schwarz. Interpreting Presuppositions in the Scope of Quantifiers: every vs. at least one. Poster at the 30th CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, MIT, Cambridge MA, March 30 – April 1.
Creemers, Ava, Florian Schwarz, and Jérémy Zehr. Presupposition projection in quantified sentences: every vs. at least one. Workshop: Theoretical and Experimental Approaches to Presuppositions, Laboratory of Psychology of Language, Genoa, March 3-5.
Creemers, Ava and Jeannette Schaeffer (2015). Grammatical and pragmatic properties of DP in children with Specific Language Impairment (SLI) and in children with High Functioning Autism (HFA). GALANA 2015, University of Maryland, College Park MD, February 19-22.
Fenger, Paula, Ava Creemers, and Marlijn Meijer (2015). On the Syntactic Nature of the Dutch Particle be-. TIN-day (Taalkunde in Nederland / conference of Linguistics in the Netherlands), Utrecht, The Netherlands, February 7.
Creemers, Ava, Jan Don, and Paula Fenger (2014). Stress and categorial flexibility of affixes as a consequence of morphological structure. North East Linguistic Society (NELS) 45, Workshop: The Phonological Consequences of Morphological Structure, Boston MA, MIT, October 31 – November 2.
Creemers, Ava, Jan Don, and Paula Fenger (2014). Stress–sensitivity and flexibility of affixes. International Morphology Meeting (IMM), Budapest, Hungary, May 29-31.