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Sara D. Beck & Andrea Weber (B9) (2019). Context matters, figuratively, for L2 readers: Evidence from self-paced reading. In Proceedings of The 11th International Conference on the Mental Lexicon, 1, e057. https://doi.org/10.7939/r3-mncb-c270

Sigrid Beck (A2/C1/Z1/Z2) (to appear). Parameters of crosslinguistic variation in semantics. In L. Matthewson, C. Meier, H. Rullmann & T. E. Zimmermann (Eds.), The Blackwell Companion to Semantics. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Polina Berezovskaya & Anna Howell (C1) (to appear). (No) variation in the grammar of alternatives – Intervention effects in Russian. In Proceedings of Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 26.

Oliver Bott (ass. B1), Fabian Schlotterbeck (ass. B1), & Udo Klein (2018). Empty-set effects in quantifier interpretation. Journal of Semantics,36(1), 99-163. https://doi.org/10.1093/jos/ffy015

Peter Culicover & Susanne Winkler (A7) (accepted). Why topicalize VP? In V. Egerland, V. Molnár & S. Winkler (Eds.), Architecture of Topic and Topicalization. Studies in Generative Grammar. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Daniël de Kok, Patricia Fischer, Corina Dima & Erhard Hinrichs (A3) (2018). Distributional regularities of verbs and verbal adjectives: Treebank evidence and broader implications. In Proceedings of the 16th International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories (TLT16). Prag.

Kordula De Kuthy (A4/T1), Nils Reiter & Arndt Riester (2018). QUD-based annotation of discourse structure and information structure: Tool and evaluation. In N. Calzolari et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 11th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC) (pp. 1932-1938). Miyazaki, JP.

Kordula De Kuthy (A4/T1) & Andreas Konietzko (A7) (to appear). Information structural constraints on PP topicalization from NPs. In V. Egerland, V. Molnár & S. Winkler (Eds.) Architecture of Topic. Studies in Generative Grammar. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Kordula De Kuthy (A4/T1) & Britta Stolterfoht (B1/B8) (to appear). Focus projection revisited: Pitch accent perception in German. In S. Featherston, R. Hörnig, S. von Wietersheim & S. Winkler (Eds.), Information Structure and Semantic Processing. Berlin, New York: De Gruyter.

Carolin Dudschig (ass. B4), Ian G. Mackenzie, Hartmut Leuthold (B4), & Barbara Kaup (B4/Z2) (2018). Environmental sound priming: Does negation modify N400 cross-modal priming effects? Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 25(4), 1441-1448.

Carolin Dudschig (ass. B4), Ian G. Mackenzie, Claudia Maienborn (A1/B7), Barbara Kaup (B4/Z2) & Hartmut Leuthold (B4) (2018). Negation and the N400: investigating temporal aspects of negation integration using semantic and world-knowledge violations. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 34, 309-319.

Stefan Engelberg & Irene Rapp (A5) (2019). ‚Die Gräten einer Harfe‘. Metaphorische Transformationen und ihre morphosyntaktische Grundlage. In E. Winter-Froemel (Ed.), Sprach-Spiel-Kunst. Ein Dialog zwischen Wissenschaft und Praxis (pp. 31-44). Berlin: De Gruyter.

Sam Featherston (C6), Robin Hörnig (Z2), Sophie von Wietersheim (C6) & Susanne Winkler(A7) (Eds.) (accepted). Information Structure and Semantic Processing.Linguistische Arbeiten. De Gruyter.

Anja Gattnar (C2), Johanna Heininger & Robin Hörnig (Z2) (2018). The Russian perfective present in performative utterances. In D. Lenertová, R. Meyer, R. Šimík, & L. Szucsich (Eds.), Advances in formal Slavic linguistics 2016 (pp. 127-146).

Hannah Gerbrich, Vivian Schreier & Sam Featherston (C6) (accepted). Standard items for English judgement studies: Syntax and semantics. In S. Featherston, R. Hörnig, S. von Wietersheim & S. Winkler (Eds.), Information Structure and Semantic Processing. Linguistische Arbeiten. De Gruyter.

Patrick Grosz (ass. C6) (accepted). Discourse Particles. In L. Matthewson, C. Meier, H. Rullmann & T. E. Zimmermann (Eds.), The Companion to Semantics (SemCom). Oxford: Wiley.

Jutta M. Hartmann (ass. A7) (2018). A focus analysis of apparent predicational clefts. Belgian Journal of Linguistics, 32, 121-143.

Jutta M. Hartmann (ass. A7) (to appear). Focus and prosody in nominal copula clauses. In S. Featherston, R. Hörnig, S. von Wietersheim & S. Winkler (Eds.), Information Structure and Semantic Processing. Linguistische Arbeiten. Berlin: De Gruyter. 

Vera Hohaus (B1) (2018), How do degrees enter the grammar? Language change in Samoan from [-DSP] to [+DSP]. In Proceedings of TripleA 4 (pp. 106-120).

Andreas Konietzko (A7) & Karen Lidzba (to appear). The processing of argument structure: A comparison between patients with early left-hemispheric brain lesions and healthy controls. In S. Featherston, R. Hörnig, S. von Wietersheim & S. Winkler (Eds.), Information Structure and Semantic Processing. Linguistische Arbeiten. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Andreas Konietzko, Janina Radó & Susanne Winkler (A7) (to appear). Focus constraints on relative clause antecedents in sluicing. In S. Featherson, R. Hörnig, S. von Wietersheim & S. Winkler (Eds.), Information Structure and Semantic Processing. Linguistische Arbeiten. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Detmar Meurers, Kordula De Kuthy, Verena Möller, Florian Nuxoll, Björn Rudzewitz & Ramon Ziai (A4/T1) (in press). Digitale Differenzierung benötigt Informationen zu Sprache, Aufgabe und Lerner. Zur Generierung von individuellem Feedback in einem interaktiven Arbeitsheft. FLuL -- Fremdsprachen Lehren und Lernen, 47(2).

Pritty Patel-Grosz & Sigrid Beck (A2/C1/Z1/Z2) (to appear). Different again. In Semantics and Pragmatics.

Janina Radó & Oliver Bott (ass. B1) (2018). What do speaker judgments tell us about theories of quantifier scope in German? Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics3(1): 91. http://doi.org/10.5334/gjgl.309

Janina Radó, Andreas Konietzko (A7) & Wolfgang Sternefeld (2018). Telescoping in relative clauses: Experimental evidence. In M. Krifka & M. Schenner (Eds.), Reconstruction Effects in Relative Clauses (pp. 405-426). Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter.

Irene Rapp (A5) (2018). Wenn man versucht, JA nichts Falsches zu sagen – Modalpartikeln in Haupt- und Nebensätzen. Linguistische Berichte, 254, 183-228.

Irene Rapp (A5) (accepted). ‚Ein Kinderwagen schreit‘ – Uminterpretationen zwischen Semantik und Pragmatik. Linguistische Berichte.

Irene Rapp (A5) & Arnim von Stechow (accepted). Decomposition – ‚open the door again‘. In L. Matthewson, C. Meier, H. Rullmann & T. E. Zimmermann (Eds.), The Companion to Semantics. Oxford: Wiley.

Arndt Riester, Lisa Brunetti & Kordula De Kuthy (A4/T1) (to appear). Annotation guidelines for questions under discussion and information structure. In E. Adamou, K. Haude, & M. Vanhove (Eds.), Information Structure in Lesser-Described Languages: Studies in Prosody and Syntax. John Benjamins.

Björn Rudzewitz, Ramon Ziai, Kordula De Kuthy, Verena Möller, Florian Nuxoll & Detmar Meurers (A4/T1) (2018). Generating feedback for English foreign language exercises. In Proceedings of the 13th Workshop on Innovative Use of NLP for Building Educational Applications (BEA) (pp. 127-136). http://www.aclweb.org/anthology/W18-0513

Britta Stolterfoht (B1/B8), Holger Gauza & Melanie Störzer (Z1, formerly B8) (2019). Incrementality in processing complements and adjuncts: Construal revisited. In K. Carlson et al. (eds.), Grammatical Approaches to Language Processing: Essays in Honor of Lyn Frazier (Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics 48) (pp. 225-240). Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-01563-3_12

Linda von Sobbe, Edith Scheifele, Claudia Maienborn & Rolf Ulrich (B7) (2019). The space–time congruency effect: A metaanalysis. Cognitive Science,43(1).

Sophie von Wietersheim & Sam Featherston (C6) (accepted). Does structural binding correlate with degrees of functional dependence? In K. Beijering, G. Kaltenböck, & M. S. Sansiñena (Eds.), Insubordination: New Perspectives. TiLSM. De Gruyter.

Susanne Winkler (A7) (2019). Chapter 15: Ellipsis and prosody. In J. van Craenenbroeck & T. Temmerman (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Ellipsis (pp. 357-386). Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Ramon Ziai (T1) & Detmar Meurers (A4/T1) (2018). Automatic focus annotation: Bringing formal pragmatics alive in analyzing the Information Structure of authentic data. In Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies (pp. 117-128), New Orleans, LA. ACL.

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