Heiner Drenhaus: Presentations

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2017


Jachmann, T. K., Drenhaus, H., Staudte, M., & Crocker, M. W. Congruency effects of speaker's gaze on listeners' sentence comprehension. In Poster presentation at 30th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Boston, USA.

Vergilova, Y., Drenhaus, H., & Crocker, M. W. ERP time-course of (pseudo-)word form activation and integration. In Poster at the 30th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Boston, MA, USA.

2016


Vergilova, Y., Drenhaus, H., & Crocker, M. W. Early dependency of frequency on context predictability. In Spoken presentation at the 28th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Los Angeles, USA.

Vergilova, Y., Drenhaus, H., & Crocker, M. W. Context predictability and frequency effects in the cerebral hemispheres. In Spoken presentation at the Language and Perception Conference, Trondheim, Norway.

Rabs, E., Drenhaus, H., Delogu, F., & Crocker, M. W. Reading between the lines: The influence of script knowledge on on-line comprehension. In Poster presented at Events in Language and Cognition (ECL) Gainesville, FL.

2015


Vergilova, Y., Drenhaus, H. & Crocker, M. Early dependency of frequency on context predictability. Spoken presentation at the 28th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Los Angeles, USA.

Demberg, V. & Drenhaus, H. On the predictability of idioms after idiomatic and non-idiomatic contexts: An ERP-study. Poster presentation at the 28th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Los Angeles, USA.

Lasarcyk E., Drenhaus H. & Möbius B. Experimente zur Wahrnehmung gezielt degradierter synthetischer Sprache. Spoken presentation at the 26. Conference "Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung", Katholische Universität Eichstätt Ingolstadt, Germany.

2014


Vergilova Y., Drenhaus, H. & Crocker, M. W. Hemispheric sensitivity to frequency and predictability: Evidence from early and late ERPs. AMLaP XX, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Delogu, F., Drenhaus, H.& Crocker, M. W. The influence of script knowledge on expectations: Evidence from ERPs. AMLaP XX, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Vergilova Y., Drenhaus, H. & Crocker, M. W. ERP indices of word frequency and predictability in left and right hemispheres. Society for the Neurobiology of Language 2014, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Drenhaus, H., Demberg, V., Köhne, J. & Delogu, F. Incremental and predictive discourse processing based on causal and concessive discourse markers: ERP studies on German and English. CogSci 2014, Quebec City, Canada.

2013


Drenhaus, H., Demberg, V., Köhne, J. & Delogu, F. Incremental and predictive discourse processing based on causal and concessive discourse markers: An ERP study on German. AMLaP 2013, Marseille, France.

Delogu, F., Drenhaus, H., Crocker, M. W. Teasing apart coercion and surprisal: Evidence from ERPs and eye-movements. 26th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing (CUNY) 2013, Columbia, USA.

Drenhaus, H. EKP-Korrelate bei der Verarbeitung von Pragmatik und Semantik. Job talk: W2-Professorship "Sprachwissenschaft des Deutschen" Universität zu Köln, Germany.

2012


Drenhaus, H., Pyykkönen-Klauck, P. & Crocker, M. W. Computation and cancellation of scalar implicatures: ERP evidence. AMLaP 2012, Riva del Garda, Italy.

Repp, S. & Drenhaus, H. Question word coordinations and the acceptability of ungrammatical ellipsis. AMLaP 2012, Riva del Garda, Italy.

Delogu, F. Crocker, M. W., Drenhaus, H. When coercion comes as a surprise: an ERP study in German. 2nd Annual Neurobiology of Language Conference (NLC) 2012, San Sebastian, Spain.

2011


Drenhaus, H., Weber, A. & Crocker, M. W. Visually grounded expectations influence semantic integration: An ERP (event related brain potentials) study on situated language. XI International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience (ICON XI), Mallorca, Spain.

Niefind, F., Drenhaus, H. & Crocker, M. W. The influence of discourse events on verb integration and noun expectations: An ERP Study on German. XI International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience (ICON XI), Mallorca, Spain.

Pyykkönen, P., Drenhaus, H. & Crocker, M. W. Expectations of discourse salience: An ERP study of argument order preferences for ditransitive verbs. AMLaP 2011, Paris, France.

Drenhaus, H., Staudte, M. & Crocker, M. W. When gaze makes a difference: A comparative ERP study of gaze and arrow cues during sentence comprehension. AMLaP 2011, Paris, France.

Repp, S. & Drenhaus, H. Working memory effects of information structure in German left dislocation (GLD). AMLaP 2011, Paris, France.

Niefind, F., Drenhaus, H. & Crocker, M. W. Discourse events influence verb integration and argument prediction: Evidence from ERPs. AMLaP 2011, Paris, France.

Drenhaus, H., Staudte, M. & Crocker, M. W. The influence of referential gaze on scene-sentence integration: An ERP-study. Embodied & Situated Language Processing 2011, Bielefeld University, Germany.

Crocker, M. W., Niefind, F., & Drenhaus, H. The Influence of discourse context on verb integration and argument prediction: Evidence from ERPs. Neurobiology of Language Conference (NLC), Westin Annapolis in Annapolis, MD, USA.

2010


Vasishth, S., Drenhaus, H. & von der Malsburg, T. Integration difficulty and expectation-based syntactic comprehension. CUNY Conference, New York City, NY. NYU.

Drenhaus, H. 'Some' ERP results on scalar expressions. Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken, Germany.

2009


Drenhaus, H., beim Graben, P. & Frisch, St. When negation does make a difference: Processing German Positive Polarity Items. CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Davis, California, USA.

beim Graben, P., Drenhaus, H. & Frisch, St. Enhancing dominant modes in event-related brain potentials by means of the symbolic resonance analysis. CNS, Hyatt Regency San Francisco, California, USA.

Sauermann, A., Kügler, F. & Drenhaus, H. On the interpretation of only. Experimental Studies on Intonation: Phonetic, Phonological and Psycholinguistic Aspects of Sentence Prosody, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany.

2008


Drenhaus, H. EKP-Korrelate bei der Verarbeitung von skalaren Implikaturen. Job talk: W2-Professorship "Neurolinguistics" University of Marburg, Germany.

Drenhaus, H., Holzgrefe, J. & Blaszczak, J. On the online Processing of Scalar Implicatures: An ERP Study, Experimental. DGFS2008, AG 9: Experimental Pragmatics/Semantics Bamberg, Germany.

2007


Drenhaus, H., Holzgrefe, J. & Blaszczak, J. Context- Dependency or Default Processing: An ERPStudy on Scalar Implicatures. Experimental Pragmatics2007, Berlin, Germany.

Drenhaus, H., Vasishth, S. and Wittich, K. Locality and working memory capacity: An ERP study of German. AMLaP, Turku, Finland.

Sommerfeld, E., Vasishth, S., Logacev, P., Baumann, M., Drenhaus, H.: A two-phase model of integration processes in parsing: locality and antilocality effects in German. CUNY Sentence Processing Conference, UCSD, La Jolla, USA.

2006


Blaszczak J., Drenhaus, H. & Schütte, J.: On the 'Real' Strength of Strength: An ERP Study on Negative-Polarity-Items (NPI) in German. Sinn und Bedeutung, Barcelona, Spain.

Vasishth, S., Lewis, R., Bruessow, S. & Drenhaus, H.: Constraints on integration difficulty revealed by the intrusion effect in polarity licensing: Data and computational model. The 12th Annual Conference on Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP), Nijmegen, Netherlands.

Drenhaus, H., Blaszczak J. & Schütte, J.: When simple downward entailment does not work: An ERP study on Negative-Polarity-Items in German. Quantitative Investigations in Theoretical Linguistics 2 (QITL-2), Osnabrück, Germany, June.

Drenhaus, H., beim Graben, P. & Frisch, St.: Not all but some ERP results on the scalar expressions 'some' and 'all'. CNS, San Francisco, CA, USA, April.

Kügler, F. & Drenhaus, H.: Negation, Prosody and Replacives: An Auditory Acceptability Judgement Study. CNS, San Francisco, CA, USA, April.

beim Graben, P., Drenhaus, H. & Frisch, St.: Evidence for nonlinear dynamics during sentence processing. CNS, San Francisco, CA, USA, April.

Drenhaus, H., beim Graben, P., Saddy, D. & Frisch, St.: Diagnosis and repair of negative polarity constructions. 7th Szklarska Poreba Workshop on the Roots of Pragmasemantics, Szrenica, Poland. March.

Warren, T., Vasishth, S., Hirotani, M. & Drenhaus, H.: Multiple-licensor and locality effects in negative polarity licensing. CUNY, New York, USA. March.

Vasishth, S., Drenhaus, H., Lewis, R. & Saddy, D.: Processing constraints on negative and positive polarity. CUNY, New York, USA. March.

Drenhaus, H. & beim Graben, P.: Diagnosis and repair of negative polarity constructions. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Institut für Psychologie, Berlin, February.

2005

Drenhaus, H., Blaszczak, J.& Schütte, J.: When simple downward entailment does not work: An ERP study on Negative-Polarity- Items in German. Polarity meets Psycholinguistics, Potsdam, December.

beim Graben, P., Drenhaus, H., Saddy, D., & Frisch, St.: On the processing of Negative Polarity constructions using the Symbolic Resonance Analysis. Polarity meets Psycholinguistics, Potsdam, December.

Vasishth, S., Lewis, R., & Drenhaus, H.: Processing constraints on polarity: Converging evidence from eyetracking, ERP, and speeded acceptability ratings. Polarity meets Psycholinguistics, Potsdam, December.

Negation for Free: Acquiring negative Polarity Items. X International Congress For the Study of Child Language (IASCL), Berlin, July.

Animacy and Child Grammar: An OT account. PIONIER workshop on "Animacy". Radboud University Nijmegen,Mai.

Negation for Free: Acquiring negative Polarity Items. Filologia Anglesa, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain. Mai.

Wonneberger, S. Kotz, S., Drenhaus, H. & Thom, G.: EKP- Effekte externer Rhythmusstimulation auf die Syntaxverarbeitung bei Läsionen der Basalganglien. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen, Regensburg, April

On the interaction between pragmatics and syntax: When a Negative Polarity Item is not licensed. Experimental Pragmatics: Exploring the Cognitive Basis of Conversation, Cambridge, U.K. April.

On the processing of Negative Polarity Items revealed by the Symbolic Resonance Analysis. CNS, New York, USA, April.

Negation for Free: Acquiring negative Polarity Items. German Linguistic Association (DGfS), Köln, Germany. February.

Vasishth, S., Drenhaus, H., Saddy, D & Lewis, R.: Processing negative polarity. The 18th Annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference, University of Arizona, U.S.A, March

2004


Processing negative polarity items: When negation comes through the backdoor. Department of Psicologia Bàsica at the University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain. December.

Saddy, D., beim Graben, P., Drenhaus, H. & Frisch, St.: Language and the brain: new approaches to old problems. Florence Italy. June.

On the processing of Positive Polarity Items. Centre for General Linguistics, Typology and Universals Research (ZAS). Berlin. March.

Intrusion effects in the processing of negative polarity items. International Conference on Linguistic Evidence. Tübingen. January.

2003


Hüttner, T., Drenhaus, H., van de Vijver, R. & Weissenborn, J.: The acquisition of the German Focus particle auch 'too': Comprehension does not always precede production. 28th annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Massachusetts, USA. November.

Saddy, D., Drenhaus, H., Frisch, St. & beim Graben, P.: On the Representation and Processing of Polarity Items. Polarity, Scalar Phenomena, Implicatures: At the Interface between Grammar and the Cognitive System. Milan, Italy. June.

Der Einfluß von Adverbien auf Bindungsrelationen beim Spracherwerb. 45. Teap. Kiel, Germany. March.

Features and parallel grammars. Filologia Anglesa, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain. February.

Negation for Free: influence from NPI in acquisition. Workshop Polarity and Scalarity. Potsdam. January.

2002


On the so-called category 'adverb': Blocking effects in child German and in adult Catalan. Poster presented at the joint conference of the IX international congress for study of child language and the symposium on research in child language disorders. (together with Coll Alfonso, M.). Madison, Wisconsin, USA. July.

Blocking effects in the (late) acquisition of German ditransitive Verbs. Poster presented at the joint conference of the IX international congress for study of child language and the symposium on research in child language disorders. Madison, Wisconsin, USA. July.

Saddy, D., Drenhaus, H., Frisch, St. & Schlesewsky, M.: Licensing and intrusion effects in polarity constructions. Poster presented at the 10th meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. April.

Drenhaus, H., Frisch, S., Saddy, D. & Schlesewsky, M.: Lizensierungs- und Interferenzeffekte in Polaritätskonstruktionen. 44. TeaP. Chemnitz, Germany. March.

Saddy, D., Drenhaus, H. & Frisch, St. Constituency, Licensing and Intrusion in German Polarity Constructions. Poster presented at the 15th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing. March.

2001


Negative Polarität in der Kindersprache. Linguistics Department, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany. December.

On the acquisition of German nicht 'not' as sentential negation: Evidence from Negative Polarity items. 26th anual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. November.

On the position of Adverbs in child language. Filologia Anglesa, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain, August.

Animacy and dative case in child language. Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, July.

Brehm, E., Drenhaus, H. & Saddy, J. D.: Die Verarbeitung des negativen Polaritätsausdruckes jemals. -eine EKP-Studie. 43. Teap. Regensburg, Germany. March.

Saddy, J. D., beim Graben, P., Schlesewsky, M., Frisch, Drenhaus, H., S. & Brehm, E.: Cylinder entropies and contrastive signal coherence. Poster presented at the Neurological Basis of Language Conference, Groningen (Netherlands).July.

beim Graben, P., Saddy, J. D., Drenhaus, H., Frisch, S., Schlesewsky, M. & Brehm, E.: Symbolic dynamics of neurophysiological data. Poster presented at the 6th Experimental Chaos Conference (ECC), Potsdam. July.

Blocking effects in the (late) acquisition of German ditransitive Verbs. Generative Grammar Seminar, Filologia Anglesa, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain, January.

2000


Acquiring Ditransitive Verbs in German: Animacy, word order and dative case blocking. Workshop 'On the nature of case', University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany, December.

Adverbien und Negation in der Kindersprache. Linguistics Department, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany. June.

Empirische Methoden im Spracherwerb Linguistics Department, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany. May.

Kasus und Objektstellung in der Kindersprache. Linguistics Department, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany. April.

1999


Acquiring ditransitive Verbs and dative case blocking. Language Acquisition in Germany: The Potsdam/ Leipzig Meeting of Minds. University of Potsdam, Germany. December.

Animacy-effects beim Erwerb ditransitiver Verben des Deutschen. Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft (ZAS), Berlin, Germany. November.

Acquiring Ditransitive Verbs in German:Animacy, accusative pronouns, dative DPs, and scrambled DPs (Poster). Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition (GALA), University of Potsdam, Germany. September.

Dative Case Blocking in the Acquisition of German Ditransitive Verbs-a study on 22 children at the age of 3;9- 6;8.UCONN Workshop, Linguistics Department, University of Conneticut Conneticut, USA. May.

The acquisition of object placement in the Middlefield of ditransitive verbs in German. (Poster) GLOW, University of Potsdam, Germany. April.

Discovering Grammar II. Linguistics Department, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, Massachusetts, USA. April.

Discovering Grammar I. Linguistics Department, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, Massachusetts, USA. March.

1998


Nicht und Morgen im Mittelfeld ditransitiver Verben-revised (Not and Tomorrow in the Middlefield of Ditransitive Verbs - Revised). Language Acquisition Colloquium, Linguistics Department, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany. November.

The Use of not and tomorrow in German Ditransitive Verbs – A Study on Ten Children aged 4;3-6;8. UCONN Workshop, Linguistics Department, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, Massachusetts. October.

German Child language. Acquisition Lab Meeting. Linguistics Department, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, Massachusetts. September.

Nicht und Morgen im Mittelfeld ditransitiver Verben bei Kindern im Alter von 4;10-6;10. (Not and tomorrow in the Middlefield of Ditransitive Verbs by Children aged 4;10-6;10). Graduate Program Colloquium, Humboldt-University Berlin, Berlin, Germany. February.

Negation, Case and Word Order. Graduate Program Colloquium, Humboldt-University Berlin, Berlin, Germany. January.

1997


Objects and Negation. Language Acquisition Colloquium, Linguistics Department, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany. December.

Datenerhebung und Analyse (Data collection and Analysis). Linguistics Department, University of Potsdam, Potsdam. Germany. June.

1996


Scrambling in children at the age of four to seven years. Psycholinguistics/ Neurolinguistics Colloquium, Linguistics Department, Heinrich-Heine University, Düsseldorf, Germany. December.


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