Universität Konstanz
Fachbereich Sprachwissenschaft
SFB 471 "Variation und Entwicklung im Lexikon"

Publikationen für Projekt D-2

Lexical and syntactic processes in language comprehension

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Bayer, Josef & Markus Bader (2006). On the syntax of prepositional phrases. In A. Späth (ed.), Interface and Interface Conditions. [submitted].

Bader, Markus, & Bayer, Josef (2006). Case and linking in language comprehension - evidence form German. Heidelberg: Springer.

Bader, Markus, / Lyn Frazier (2005). Interpretation of leftward moved constituents: Processing German topicalizations. Linguistics, 43(1), 49-87.

Bayer, Josef, Tanja Schmid & Markus Bader (2005). Clause union and clausal position. In M. den Dikken & C. Tortora (eds.), The Function of Function Words and Functional Categories, 79-113. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Frazier, Lyn, Charles Clifton, Jr., Keith Rayner, Patricia Deevy, Sungryong Koh & Markus Bader (2005). Interface problems: Structural constraints on interpretation? Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 34(3), 201 - 231.

Schmid, Tanja (2005). Infinitival Syntax: Infinitivus Pro Participio as a repair strategy Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Schmid, Tanja, Markus Bader & Josef Bayer (2005). Coherence - An experimental approach. In M. Reis & S. Kepser (eds.), Linguistic Evidence, 435-456. Berlin: de Gruyter.

Schmid, Tanja & Ralf Vogel (2004). Dialectal variation in German 3-verb-clusters. A surface-oriented Optimality Theoretic account. Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics 7, 235-274.

Stolterfoht, Britta, & Markus Bader (2004). Focus structure and the processing of word order variations in German. In A. Steube (ed.), Information structure: Theoretical and empirical aspects, 259-275. Berlin: de Gruyter.

Hopf, Jens-Max, Markus Bader, Michael Meng, & Josef Bayer. (2003). Is human sentence parsing serial or parallel? Evidence from event-related brain potentials. Cognitive Brain Research, 15, 165-177.

Bader, Markus, Michael Meng, Josef Bayer & Jens-Max Hopf (2001). Syntaktische Funktionsambiguitäten im Deutschen - Eine Klarstellung. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 20.2, 266-279.

Bayer, Josef, Markus Bader & Michael Meng (2001). Morphological underspecification meets oblique case: syntactic and processing effects in German. Lingua 111, 465-514.

Bader, Markus, Michael Meng & Josef Bayer (2000). Case and reanalysis. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 29, 37-52.

Bader, Markus, Michael Meng, Josef Bayer & Jens-Max Hopf (2000). Syntaktische Funktionsambiguitäten im Deutschen - Ein Überblick. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 19.1, 34-102.

Hopf, Jens-Max, Josef Bayer, Markus Bader & Michael Meng (1998). Event-related brain potentials and case information in syntactic ambiguities. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 10:2, 264-280.

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