Newest publications

Nadine Bade (XPrag) (2018). Obligatory additives in the antecedent of conditionals. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 21.


Sigrid Beck (A2/C1/Z1/Z2) & Sonja Tiemann (formerly XPrag) (2018). Towards a model of incremental composition. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 21.


Sebastian Bücking (A1) (2018). The compositional semantics of modification. In: Aronoff, M. (ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics. New York: Oxford University Press.



Fritz Günther (Z2), Carolin Dudschig (ass. B4) & Barbara Kaup (B4/Z2) (2017). Symbol grounding without direct experience: Do words inherit sensorimotor activation from purely linguistic context? Cognitive Science. Advance Online Publication.



Edith Scheifele, Verena Eikmeier, Simone Alex-Ruf, Claudia Maienborn & Rolf Ulrich (B7) (2018). A replication of “Processing time shifts affects the execution of motor responses (Sell & Kaschak, 2011; Experiment 1)”. The Quantiative Methods for Psychology 14(1), 8-11. (http://doi.org/10.20982/tqmp.14.1.r008)


Anthea Schöller & Michael Franke (XPrag) (2017). Semantic values as latent parameters: Testing a fixed threshold hypothesis for cardinal readings of few many. In: Linguistic Vanguard. DeGruyter Open.


Melanie Störzer (Z1, formerly B8) & Britta Stolterfoht (B8) (2018). Is German discourse-configurational? Experimental evidence for a topic position. Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics 3(1): 20, 1-24.



Jessica Strozyk (ass. B4), Carolin Dudschig (ass. B4) & Barbara Kaup (B4/Z2) (in press). Do I need to have my hands free to understand hand-related language? Investigating the functional relevance of experiential simulations. Psychological Research.

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Sarah Zobel (ass. A1) (2018). Capturing the interpretational possibilities of weak free adjuncts. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 21.