Programme: Posters

 

You can download the poster programme here.

 

 

Venue: Brechtbau, Wilhelmstr. 50, 72074 Tübingen, lecture theatre 036 

 

Thursday, February 9th

18:10­-20:00

Poster Reception


Laura Bartlett, Kay González-­Vilbazo & Kara Morgan­-Short

Adjectives – processing and theory: A possible lexical/functional distinction in Spanish adjectives


Gemma Boleda, Stefan Evert, Berit Gehrke & Louise McNally

A Logistic Regression Model for adjectival modification vs. modification by prepositional phrases


Oliver Bott & Fabian Schlotterbeck

Limits to the interpretation of reciprocals with quantificational antecedents


Fernanda Canever

Ever­-changing Grammars: Evidence from a Usage­-based Study of the Inflected Infinitive in Brazilian Portuguese


Sofiana Chiriacescu

Differential Object Marking and Topic Shift


Dan Dediu & Michael Cysouw

Some Aspects of Language are More Stable than Others: A Comparison of Five Methods


Annika Deichsel & Klaus von Heusinger

Specificity and Referential Persistence – An Experimental Study of Indefinites in German


Marisa Delz, Benjamin Layer, Sarah Schulz & Johannes Wahle

Simulating language history


Jeruen Dery & Jean-­Pierre Koenig

Discourse Expectations and their Effects on Temporal Update

Miriam Ellert  & Anke Holler

The influence of different types of connectives on on­-line anaphora resolution

Kristina Geeraert

I drunk or I have drank? An Investigation of Levelling in the English Strong Verb Paradigm


Michael Haugh, Simon Musgrave & Andrea C. Schalley

A new resource for linguistic evidence: the Australian National Corpus


Johannes Heim

Categorizing Parasitic Gaps: Which label did you use without expanding?

Philip Hofmeister, Peter W. Culicover & Susanne Winkler 

Effects of processing on the acceptability of ‘frozen’ extraposed constituents


Eva Horch & Ingo Reich

On the Existence of Object Gaps in 'SLF­-coordination'


Xiaochen Hu, Susanne Winkler & Susanne M. Reiterer

An interdisciplinary approach to individual variation in L2 English pronunciation: 
behavioural predictors and neurobiological underpinnings


Tom S. Juzek

Comparing the Methods used to measure Grammatical Acceptability


Andreas Konietzko, Eleonore Schwilling, Karen Lidzba, Ingeborg Krägeloh-Mann, Nancy Nickisch & Susanne Winkler

Processing Complex Syntax in Reorganized Language


Stefano Rastelli & Arianna Zuanazzi 

Pronouns drop, but soon they are on their feet again: complicating the Syntax­discourse interface in L2 Italian


Chiara Semplicini

Language Change and Language Variation between Syntax, Semantics and Pragmatics: the case of Dutch Double Gender Nouns

 

Friday, February 10th 

12:00-­14:00

Poster Lunch


Peter Culicover

Constructions, complexity and word order variation


Irmgard De La Vega, Mónica De Filippis, Carolin Dudschig, Martin Lachmair & Barbara Kaup

When does the repugnant snake show? Using approach and avoidance mechanisms to investigate the emergence of meaning in sentences


Gisbert Fanselow & Thomas Weskott 

On the effect of competitor structures on acceptability judgments


Kay González­-Vilbazo, Laura Bartlett, Sarah Downey, Shane Ebert, Jeanne Heil, Bradley Hoot, Bryan Koronkiewicz & Sergio Ramos

Theory and Experiment: Toward Best Practices in Code­-switching Research


Martin Lachmair, Monica De Filippis, Carolin Dudschig, Irmgard De La Vega and Barbara Kaup 

Experiential­-simulations view of comprehension: When up­-words meet down-sentences


Monique Lamers & Bob van Thiel

Who or what we talk about: A comparative corpus study on the animacy structure of transitive sentences and sentence subjects


Gabriella Lapesa & Alessandro Lenci

Italian Verbs of Manner of Motion at the Syntax­-Semantics Interface: a Distributional Analysis


Jing Lin & Hedde Zeijlstra

Shenme as a Negative Polarity Indefinite in Mandarin Chinese: evidence from first language acquisition


Jiawen Luo

Empirical Evidence for the Effect of Eventuality Counting Expressions on Covert Dependencies


Roland Mühlenbernd & Michael Franke

Signaling Conventions in Small-World Networks


Joanna Nykiel

English Elliptical Constructions and Preposition Omission


Sandra Pappert, Christian Hense & Thomas Pechmann

Persistence of meaning vs. form in German sentence production


Svetlana Petrova

Function of anaphors in discourse: insights from historical data


Irene Rapp, Christian Fortmann, Anja Lübbe & Aleksandar Dimitrov

Psycholinguistic evidence in the semantic and pragmatic analysis of prenominal present participles in German


Nezrin Samedova

Applying Data from a Corpus to One Aspectological Issue, Or Once More on the Heuristic and Explanatory Power of the Kruszewski ­ - Kuryłowicz Rule


Cristina Sánchez-­Marco, Rafael Marín & Stefan Evert

Measuring lexical extension: The case of Spanish estar + past participle


Mareike Schmid, Sonja Tiemann, Sigrid Beck, Ingo Hertrich & Bettina Rolke

Immediate processing of the uniqueness­-Presupposition of the definite Noun Phrase: Evidence from word­-by­-word reading­-time data


Alexandra Spalek

An Underspecified Meaning for Romper, ‘break’ – Evidence from Corpus


Esme Winter­-Froemel

The diffusion of lexical innovations in French: Critical reflections on the S-­curve hypothesis


Alessandra Zarcone, Lukas Michelbacher & Janna Lipenkova

Easy/difficult­-constructions as triggers of implicit content: comparing covert event elicitations and events extracted from a very large corpus


Amir Zeldes

Novel Argument Realization: Semantic, Pragmatic and Conventional Productivity Effects

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