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Talks and Posters

  • Klimek-Jankowska, Dorota & Blaszczak, Joanna & Czypionka, Anna (Wroclaw / Konstanz), Accessing the complexity of event structure in an aspectually complex language - experimental evidence from Polish, Workshop on Formal and Experimental Semantics; Teil von Formal Descriptions of Slavic Languages, Berlin, Humboldt-Universität. December 7, 2016 [TALK]

  • Czypionka, Anna & Lauer, Sven. Temporal implicatures and world knowledge interact rapidly during sentence comprehension. Logic in Language and in Conversation. (LogiCon) workshop, Universiteit Utrecht, September 19-20, 2016 [POSTER]

  • Czypionka, Anna & Golcher, Felix & Eulitz, Carsten & Bayer, Josef. Discontinuous particle verbs in German sentence comprehension. AMLAP 2016, Bilbao, Spain, September 1-3 2016 [POSTER]

  • Dörre, L. (2016). The Non-At-Issue Meaning of German bloß and nur. 22nd AMLaP Conference, Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, Bilbao, Spain. [POSTER]

  • Dörre, L., & Smolka, E. (2016). When the Pig is Bought in a Poke - The Influence of Transitivity and Constituent Adjacency on the Processing of Passivized Idiomatic Sentences. 22nd AMLaP Conference, Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, Bilbao, Spain. [POSTER]

  • Klimek-Jankowska, Dorota & Czypionka, Anna & Blaszczak, Joanna. Processing correlates of semantic complexity and markedness in languages with perfective / imperfective opposition. AMLAP 2016, Bilbao, Spain, September 1-3 2016 [POSTER]

  • Czypionka, Anna & Lauer, Sven This week, but not next: Temporal implicatures and their interplay with world knowledge during language comprehension. AMLAP 2016, Bilbao, Spain, September 1-3 2016 [POSTER]

  • Czypionka, Anna & Eulitz, Carsten. Case marking affects the processing of animacy with simple verbs, but not particle verbs: An event-related potential study. The syntax of argument structure: empirical advancements and theoretical relevance. 38th DGfS Tagung, March 2016, Konstanz, Germany [TALK]

  • Strinzel, Michaela & Czypionka, Anna. Category-specific effects in word recognition of German compound words: Animacy boosts the lexical access of compounds and their components. Linguistic Evidence 2016, February 2016, Tübingen, Germany [POSTER]

  • Czypionka, Anna. Processing of discontinuous verbs in German. The role of particles for Case licensing. December 2015, Psycholinguistic Workshop in Wroclaw. Center for General and Comparative Linguistics, Uniwersytet Wroclawski (Poland)

  • Blaszczak, Joanna and Czypionka, Anna and Klimek-Jankowska, Dorota. Noun? Verb? Both? Neither? - Psycholinguistic research on the processing of nominalizations. A special linguistic workshop on categories, aspect, verbal predicates and nominalization. November 2015, Wroclaw, Poland [TALK]

  • Czypionka, Anna & Bader, Markus & Bayer, Josef. Case attraction and the role of lexical case. Workshop `Insufficient strength to defend its case': Case attraction and related phenomena. September 2015, University of Wroclaw, Poland [TALK]

  • Czypionka, Anna & Eulitz, Carsten. Do all verbs mind animate objects? ERP evidence for different influences of animacy on morphologically simple and complex verbs. XII International Symposium of Psycholinguistics, Valencia, Spain.[TALK]

  • Dörre, Laura & Czypionka, Anna & Trotzke, Andreas & Bayer, Josef. The Non-At-Issue and At-Issue Meaning of Modal Particles and their Counterparts. XII International Symposium of Psycholinguistics, Valencia, Spain [TALK].

  • Czypionka, Anna & Dörre, Laura & Bayer, Josef. Two wrongs make one right: Case attraction weakens garden-path effects in comprehension. XII International Symposium of Psycholinguistics, Valencia, Spain. [POSTER]

  • Freitag, Constantin. Invisible verb-final parsing in German: Uncovered by NPIs. XII International Symposium of Psycholinguistics, Valencia, Spain.[POSTER]

  • Dörre, Laura & Trotzke, Andreas & Czypionka, Anna & Bayer, Josef (2015). The At-Issue and Non-At-Issue Meaning of Modal Particles and their Counterparts. 28th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Los Angeles, USA. [POSTER]

  • Freitag, Constantin & Bayer, Josef (2015). Invisible verb-final parsing in German: Uncovered by NPIs. 28th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Los Angeles, USA. [POSTER]

  • Freitag, Constantin & Repp, Sophie (2015). Filler complexity in filler-gap dependencies: Wh-extraction vs. topicalization. 28th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA. [POSTER]

  • Trotzke, Andreas & Turco, Giuseppina (2015). From information structure to the expressive dimension. 28th CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, USC Los Angeles, 19-21 March 2015. [POSTER]

  • Dörre, Laura & Bayer, Josef & Trotzke, Andreas (2014). Modal Particles and their Homonymous Counterparts - Meaning Frequency and Interpretation. Experimental Psycholinguistics Conference, Madrid, Spain. [TALK]

  • Trotzke, Andreas & Turco, Giuseppina & Bayer, Josef (2014). Left peripheral particles, syntactic constituency, and emphasis. Exploring the Interfaces 3: Prosodic and Constituent Structure, McGill University, 8-10 May 2014. [POSTER]

  • Dörre, Laura (2014). The Processing of German Modal Particles and their Homonymous Counterparts. 4th Central European Conference in Linguistics for Postgraduate Students, Lublin, Poland. [TALK]

  • Dörre, Laura & Bayer, Josef (2014). German Adverbs and Discourse Particles: Corpus-linguistic Investigations. Workshop Discourse Particles: Cross-linguistic Perspectives, Schloss Freudental, Germany. [TALK]

  • Trotzke, Andreas & Bader, Markus (2013). Against usage-based approaches to recursion: The grammar-performance distinction in a biolinguistic perspective. Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW) 36, Lund University, 2-6 April 2013. [TALK]

  • Trotzke, Andreas & Bader, Markus (2011). Performance-grammar correspondence and the Minimalist Program: The case of multiple center-embedding. Workshop: The Minimalist Program: Quo Vadis? Universität Potsdam, 3-6 October 2011.

  • Trotzke, Andreas & Bader, Markus (2011). The non-centrality of recursive self-embedding: Convergent evidence from grammar and performance. 4th Conference of the International Biolinguistic Network, Université du Québec à Montreal, 25-27 September 2011. [TALK]
Publications

  • Czypionka, Anna & Spalek, Katharina & Wartenburger, Isabell & Krifka, Manfred. (in press). On the interplay of object animacy and verb type during sentence comprehension in German: ERP evidence from the processing of transitive dative and accusative constructions. Linguistics.

  • Dörre, Laura & Trotzke, Andreas & Czypionka, Anna & Bayer, Josef (2015). The At-Issue and Non-At-Issue Meaning of Modal Particles and their Counterparts. Proceedings of the 28th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Los Angeles, USA.

  • Trotzke, Andreas, Bader, Markus & Frazier, Lyn (2013). Third factors and the performance interface in language design. Biolinguistics 7, 1-34.

  • Trotzke, Andreas & Bader, Markus (2013). Against usage-based approaches to recursion: The grammar-performance distinction in a biolinguistic perspective. GLOW Newsletter 70, 183-184.

  • Bader, Markus, Jana Häussler & Tanja Schmid (in press). Constraints on intra- and extraposition. In H. Walker, G. Webelhut & M. Sailer (eds.), Rightward movement from a cross-linguistic perspective Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

  • Hopp, Simon (unpublished). Working Memory and Sentence Processing. The Roles of Referentiality, Structure and Modality. Dissertation, Universität Konstanz.

  • Bayer, Josef, Markus Bader, Jana Häussler & Simon Hopp (2011). Connecting to Illocutionary Force A theoretical and experimental study of the German discourse particle denn. In: GLOW - general linguistics in the old world. Newsletter & Conference Handbook No.66; Spring 2011.

  • Häussler, Jana & Markus Bader (2011). Grammar- versus frequency-driven syntactic ambiguity resolution: The case of double-object constructions. In M. Lamers & P. de Swart (eds.), Case, word order and prominence. Interacting cues in language production and comprehension. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 273-301.

  • Bader, Markus & Jana Häussler (2010). Word order in German: A corpus study. Lingua, 120, pp. 717-762.

  • Bader, Markus, & Jana Häussler (2010). Toward a model of grammaticality judgments. Journal of Linguistics, 46, 273-330.

  • Bader, Markus & Jana Häussler (2009). Resolving number ambiguities during language comprehension. Journal of Memory and Language, 61, pp. 352-373.

  • Bader, Markus & Tanja Schmid (2009). Minimality in verb-cluster formation. Lingua 119, pp. 1548-481.

  • Bader, Markus, Tanja Schmid & Jana Häussler (2009). Optionality in verb-cluster formation. In Susanne Winkler & Sam Featherston (eds.), The fruits of empirical linguistics. Volume 2: Product, pp. 37-58. Berlin: de Gruyter.

  • Bader, Markus & Tanja Schmid (2009). Verb clusters in Colloquial German. The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics, 12, pp. 175-228

  • Häussler, Jana (2009). The emergence of attraction errors during sentence comprehension. Dissertation, Universität Konstanz.

  • Häussler, Jana & Markus Bader (2009). The assembly and disassembly of Determiner Phrases: Minimality is needed, but not sufficient. Lingua 119, pp. 1560-1580.

  • Bader, Markus & Monique Lamers (2008). Case in language comprehension. In Andrej Malchukow & Andrew Spencer (eds.), The handbook of case. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Hopp, Simon (2008). Distance Effects in Sentence Processing. In Kata Balogh (ed.): Proceedings of the 13th ESSLLI Student Session, pp.85-94.

  • Bayer, Josef & Markus Bader (2007). On the syntax of prepositional phrases. In Andreas Späth (ed.), Interfaces and interface conditions, pp. 157-179. Berlin: de Gruyter.

  • Bader, Markus & Josef Bayer (2006). Case and linking in language comprehension: Evidence from German. Dordrecht: Springer.

  • Häussler, Jana (2006). Disrupted agreement checking in sentence comprehelinsion. In J. Huitink & S. Katrenko (eds.), Proceedings of the ESSLLI 2006 Student Session, pp. 39-50.

  • Häussler, J. & Bader, M. (2006). Ambiguity versus discourse complexity. In A. Botinis (ed.), Proceedings of ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Experimental Linguistics, pp. 149-152.

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

  • Bayer, Josef, Tanja Schmid & Markus Bader (2005). Clause union and clausal position. In Marcel den Dikken & Christina M. Tortora (eds.), The function of function words and functional categories, 79-113. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

  • Frazier, Lyn, et al. (2005). Interface problems: Structural constraints on interpretation? Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 34, pp. 201-31.

  • Schmid, Tanja, Markus Bader & Josef Bayer (2005). Coherence - an experimental approach. In Marga Reis & Stephan Kepser (eds.), Linguistic evidence, pp. 435-456. Berlin: de Gruyter.