Programme: Posters

You can download the poster programme here.


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


Thursday, February 9th


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 


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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