Uni-Tübingen

Poster Presentations

Current Funding Phase

2020

  • Armenante, G. & Braun, J., "Fake past in conditionals and attitude reports—A crosslinguistic correlation". Poster presented at Linguistic Evidence 2020, Universität Tübingen, February 2020.

2019

  • Augurzky, P., Hohaus, V., & Ulrich, R. (2019). Incremental Processing of temporal quantification – evidence from self-paced reading and ERPs. Poster presented at AMLaP 2019, Moskov, September 2019.
  • Augurzky, P., Schlotterbeck, F., & Ulrich, R. (2019). Processing superlatives and comparatives – ERP studies on monotonicity effects in picture-sentence verification. Poster presented at AMLaP 2019, Moskov, September 2019.
  • Armenante, G., "Sequence of Tense in Italian". Poster presented at the poster session of CreteLing 2019, University of Crete, July 2019.

2018

  • Armenante, G., "Sequence of Tense in Italian". Poster presented at the special session GREAT 2018: Going Romance (Re-)Explores Aspect and Tense, Utrecht University, December 2018.
  • Augurzky, P., Hohaus, V. & Ulrich, R., “Processing domain restriction across denotation domains: The case of temporal quantification.” Poster presented at the workshop Ambiguity as Information Gaps - Processes of Creation and Resolution, Tübingen, November 2018.
  • Augurzky, P., & Schauffler, N. (2018). Why two is not always better than one – an ERP study on minimality-based and prosodic predictions in German discourse processing. Poster presented at AMLaP 2018, Berlin, September 2018.
  • Augurzky, P., Schlotterbeck, F. & Ulrich, R., "Is it easier to think positive? An ERP study on quantifier processing in German". 31st Annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference, Davis, CA., March 15-17.

2017

  • Şenel, I., "The Temporal Interpretation of Complement and Relative Clauses in Turkish". Workshop on Turkish, Turkic and the Languages of Turkey (Tu+) 3, University of California, Los Angeles, November 2017.
  • Augurzky, P. & Franke, M., "Why your mates are relevant – ERP evidence on the impact of lexical alternatives on on-line implicature processing in German." Poster presented at AMLaP 2017, Lancaster, September 2017.

Second Funding Phase

2017

  • Augurzky, P. & Franke, M. (2017). Why your mates are relevant – ERP evidence on the impact of lexical alternatives on on-line implicature processing in German. Poster presented at AMLaP 2017, September 7-9, Lancaster.

2016

  • Augurzky, P. & Franke, M. (2016). Investigating the time course of pragmatic expectations - ERP evidence on German implicature processing. Poster presented at AMLaP 2016, Bilbao, September 1-4, 2016.
  • Augurzky, P., Schlotterbeck, F. & Ulrich, R. (2016). Degree of incrementality is modulated by experimental context - ERP evidence from German quantifier restriction. Poster presented at AMLaP 2016, Bilbao, September 1-4, 2016.
  • Schauffler, N. & Augurzky, P. (2016). Rhythm influences the processing of double-focus sentences: ERP Evidence from German. Poster presented at AMLaP 2016, Bilbao, September 1-4, 2016.

2015

  • Augurzky, P., Bott, O., Sternefeld, W. & Ulrich, R. (2015). Are all the triangles blue? ERP evidence from German quantifier restriction. Poster presented at CUNY 2015, Los Angeles, March 19-21, 2015.

2014

  • Augurzky, P., Bott, O., Sternefeld, W. & Ulrich, R. (2014). Incremental processing of quantificational restriction: Evidence from cross-modal probe recognition. Poster presented at AMLaP 2014, Edinburgh.
  • Bott, O. (2014). Composition in Context (CiC): Contextual effects on the processing of eventive coercion. Poster presented at the Kickoff Meeting of the SPP program XPrag.de, ZAS, Berlin.
  • Bott, O., Klein, U. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2014). Witness sets, polarity reversal and the processing of multiply quantified sentences. Poster presented at Linguistic Evidence 2014, Tübingen.

2013

  • Augurzky, P., Tomaschek, F. & Riester, A. (2013). Cue interplay in German adjunct/argument phrases. Poster presented at AMLAP, Marseille, September 2013.

First Funding Phase

2013

  • Bott, O. & Gattnar, A. (2013). Aspectual processing and increment size - a cross-linguistic eyetracking study. Poster presented at the 26th CUNY conference, Columbia.
  • Bott, O., Klein, U. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2013). A processing model of quantificational complexity: Offline and online evidence. Poster presented at the 19th AMLaP conference in Marseilles.
  • Schauffler, N., Schweitzer, K., Schweitzer, A. & Augurzky, P. (2013): Do opposites attract? A corpus study on pitch accent alternation. Poster presented at Phonetik & Phonologie 9. Zürich, October 2013.

2012

  • Bott, O. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2012). Limits to the interpretation of reciprocal sentences with quantificational antecedents. Poster presented at Linguistic Evidence 2012, Tübingen.
  • Bott, O. & Solstad, T. (2012). The mechanics of implicit verb causality. Poster presented at the 25th CUNY conference, CUNY graduate center, NY.
  • Radó, J. & Bott, O. (2012). Is quantifier scope resolved automatically during reading? Poster to be presented at the 18th AMLaP conference in Riva.

2011

  • Bott, O. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2011). The time course of quantifier-quantifier interaction. Poster presented at the 17th AMLaP conference in Paris.
  • Bott, O. & Solstad, T. (2011). Abductive inferences in discourse: complex causes. Poster presented at XPrag 2011, Barcelona.

2010

  • Bott, O. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2010). There is less scope ambiguity than is commonly assumed. Poster presented at CUNY 2010, New York.
  • Bott, O. (2011) Limits to the immediate specification of lexical aspect. Poster presented at CUNY 2011, Stanford, CA.

2009

  • Bott, O. (2009). Crosslinguistic variation in aspectual processing, Poster presented at the 15th AMLaP conference in Barcelona.
  • Bott, O. (2009). The role of probabilistic information in aspectual processing, Poster presented at the 15th AMLaP conference in Barcelona.
  • Bott, O. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2009). The processing domain of scope interaction, Poster presented at CUNY 2009, Davis, California.
  • Bott, O. & Schlotterbeck, F. (2009). The processing domain of aspectual coercion, Poster presented at CUNY 2009, Davis, California.