A dark painting showing eight men in a room. Next to it is a text entitled 'Description' which reads: 'A dark-haired, bearded, middle-aged man holding documents is seated among seven other men.' Another text is entitled 'Caption' and says: 'First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation of President Lincoln by Francis Bicknell Carpenter (1864)'.
Concadia: Tackling image accessibility with context
Kreiss, E., Goodman, N.D., and Potts, C. (Manuscript)

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A flow chart in black and white that summarizes the paper intention and has the question 'Is the suspect guilty?' displayed in the center. On the left, there is a newspaper. Arrows symbolize that it is given to a human and it is given to a computer. From there, arrows converge together again to an image of a person behind bars where the bars are lighter or darker, symbolizing a stronger or weaker guilt assessment.
Modeling subjective assessments of guilt in newspaper crime narratives
Kreiss, E.*, Wang, Z.*, and Potts, C. (2020)
Proceedings of the 24th Conference on Computational Natural Language Learning (CoNLL)

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The image symbolized the central issue of the paper. On top is the text 'Click on the yellow...!'. Below are two contexts -- on the left, the context contains a yellow banana, yellow corncob and an orange banana, and on the right, the context contains a yellow banana, yellow strawberry and an orange banana.
Production expectations modulate contrastive inference
Kreiss, E., and Degen, J. (2020)
Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society

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The image is a central figure from the paper, enumerating the different conditions investigated in the paper.
When redundancy is useful:
A Bayesian approach to "overinformative" referring expressions

Degen, J., Hawkins, R.D., Graf, C., Kreiss, E., and Goodman, N.D. (2020)
Psychological Review

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Summarizing image of the corpus structure from the paper showing the intergenerational transition chains investigated.
Uncertain evidence statements and guilt perception in iterative reproductions of crime stories
Kreiss, E., Franke, M., Degen, J. (2019)
Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society

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An image summarizing one of the core findings of the paper: the more atypical an object's color, the more likely speakers are to mention the color.
Modeling Natural Language in the RSA Framework:
Typicality Effects in Overinformative Referring Expressions
Kreiss, E. (2017)
Unpublished Bachelor's Thesis.