Uni-Tübingen

Publikationen

  • Schneider, C., & Janczyk, M. (angenommen/im Druck). Capacity limitations of processing presuppositions triggered by determiners. Acta Psychologica.
  • Schneider, C., Bade, N., Franke, M. & Janczyk, M. (angenommen/im Druck). Presuppositions of determiners are immediately used to disambiguate utterance meaning: A mouse-tracking study on the German language. Psychological Research.
  • Schneider, C., Bade, N., & Janczyk, M. (2020). Is immediate processing of presupposition triggers automatic or capacity-limited? A combination of the PRP approach with a self-paced reading task. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research.

2019:

  • Schneider, C., Schonard, C., Franke, M., Jäger, G., & Janczyk, M. (2019). Pragmatic processing: An investigation of the (anti-)presupposition of determiners using mouse-tracking. Cognition, 193, 104024. 
  • Janczyk, M. & Ulrich, R. (2019). Action consequences affect the space-time congruency effect on reaction time. Acta Psychologica, 198, 102850.

2017:

  • Öttel, B., Jäger, G. & Kaup, B. (2017). The Role of Simple Semantics in the Process of Artificial Grammar Learning. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 46(5), 1285–1308.

2016:

  • Franke, M. & Jäger, G. (2016). Probabilistic Pragmatics, or why Bayes’ Rule is Probably Important for Pragmatics. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 35(1), 3–44.

2015:

  • Brauner, C., V.C. Seibold & B. Rolke (2015). One, Two, Many: The Costs of Presupposition Processing in Different Contexts.
  • Hertrich, I., M. Kirsten, S. Tiemann, S. Beck, A. Wuehle, H. Ackermann & B. Rolke (2015). Context-Dependent Impact of Presuppositions on Early Magnetic Brain Responses During Speech Perception. Brain and Language 149, 1-12.
  • Tiemann, S., M. Kirsten, S. Beck, I. Hertrich & B. Rolke (2015). Presupposition Processing and Accomodation: An Experiment on Wieder ('again') and Consequences for Other Triggers. In F. Schwarz (Hg.). Experimental Perspectives on Presuppositions, Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics 45, Springer International Publishing.

2014:

  • Kirsten, M., S. Tiemann, V.C. Seibold, I. Hertrich, S. Beck & B. Rolke (2014). When the Polar Bear Encounters Many Polar Bears: ERP Context Effects Evoked by Uniqueness Failure. Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience 29, 1147-1162.
  • Rahona, J.J., S. Ruiz Fernández, B. Rolke, C. Vázquez & G. Hervás (2014). Overt Head Movements Moderate the Effect of Depressive Symptoms on Mood Regulation. Cognition and Emotion 28, 1328-1337. doi: 10.1080/02699931.2014.881323 (DAAD, SFB B2)

2013:

  • Rolke, B., S. Ruiz Fernández, M. Schmid, M. Walker, M. Lachmair, J.J. Rahona López, G. Hervás & C. Vázquez (2013). Priming the Mental Time-Line: Effects of Modality and Processing Mode. Cognitive Processing 14, 231-244. IF: 1.57

2012:

  • Schwarz, F. & S. Tiemann (2012). Presupposition Processing – The Case of German wieder. In Maria Aloni (Hg.), Logic, Language and Meaning: 18th Amsterdam Colloquium: 200-209. Link to the online version

2011:

  • Tiemann, S., M. Schmid, N. Bade, B. Rolke, I. Hertrich, H. Ackermann, J. Knapp & S. Beck (2011). Psycholinguistic Evidence for Presuppositions: On-line and Off-line Data. In Reich, Ingo et al. (Hgg.), Proceedings of Sinn & Bedeutung 15, 581-595. Saarbrücken: Universaar – Saarland Unversity Press. Download