Dr. Heiner Drenhaus
Dr. Heiner Drenhaus
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Processing polarity: How the ungrammatical intrudes on the grammatical
S Vasishth, S Brüssow, RL Lewis, H Drenhaus
Cognitive Science 32 (4), 685-712, 2008
1902008
Processing negative polarity items: When negation comes through the backdoor
H Drenhaus, D Saddy, S Frisch
Linguistic evidence: Empirical, theoretical, and computational perspectives …, 2005
1082005
Locality in german
S Vasishth, H Drenhaus
Dialogue & Discourse 2 (1), 59-82, 2011
742011
Processing polarity items: Contrastive licensing costs
D Saddy, H Drenhaus, S Frisch
Brain and language 90 (1-3), 495-502, 2004
722004
Exhaustiveness effects in clefts are not truth-functional
H Drenhaus, M Zimmermann, S Vasishth
Journal of Neurolinguistics 24 (3), 320-337, 2011
652011
Diagnosis and repair of negative polarity constructions in the light of symbolic resonance analysis
H Drenhaus, P beim Graben, D Saddy, S Frisch
Brain and language 96 (3), 255-268, 2006
602006
Diagnosis and repair of negative polarity constructions in the light of symbolic resonance analysis
H Drenhaus, P beim Graben, D Saddy, S Frisch
Brain and Language 96 (3), 255-268, 2006
602006
The Acquisition of the German Focus Particle Auch ‘too’: Comprehension does not Always Precede Production
T Hüttner, H Drenhaus, R van de Vijver, J Weissenborn
Online Supplement to the Proceedings of the 28th Boston University …, 2004
332004
Incremental and predictive discourse processing based on causal and concessive discourse markers: ERP studies on German and English
H Drenhaus, V Demberg, J Köhne, F Delogu
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
312014
The acquisition of the German focus particle auch ‘too’: Comprehension does not always precede production
T Hüttner, H Drenhaus, R Van de Vijver, J Weissenborn
Proceedings of the 28th Annual Boston University Conference on Language …, 2004
312004
Teasing apart coercion and surprisal: Evidence from ERPs and eye-movements
F Delogu, MW Crocker, H Drenhaus
Cognition 116, 46-59, 2017
27*2017
Animacy and child grammar: An OT account
H Drenhaus, C Féry
Lingua 118 (2), 222-244, 2008
232008
On the predictability of event-boundaries in discourse: An ERP investigation.
MW Delogu, F., Drenhaus, H., & Crocker
Memory and Cognition, 2017
20*2017
Some psycholinguistic comments on NPI licensing
H Drenhaus, J Błaszczak, J Sch
proceedings of sinn und bedeutung 11, 180-193, 2007
172007
Intonation influences processing and recall of left-dislocation sentences by indicating topic vs. focus status of dislocated referent
S Repp, H Drenhaus
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 30 (3), 324-346, 2015
112015
Intonation influences processing and recall of left-dislocation sentences by indicating topic vs. focus status of dislocated referent. Language
S Repp, H Drenhaus
Cognition and Neuroscience 30 (3), 324-346, 2015
112015
Information density of encodings : The role of syntactic variation in comprehension.
MW Sikos, L., Greenberg, C., Drenhaus, H., & Crocker
Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society …, 2017
9*2017
Influence of speakers’ gaze on situated language comprehension: evidence from event-related potentials
TK Jachmann, H Drenhaus, M Staudte, MW Crocker
Brain and cognition 135, 103571, 2019
82019
An ERP study on the strength of licensers in negative polarity constructions
H Drenhaus, J Blaszczak, J Schütte
Under submission, 2006
82006
Intrusion effects in the processing of negative polarity items
H Drenhaus, D Saddy, S Frisch
S. Kepser, & M. Reis, M.(Eds.), Pre-proceedings of the international …, 2004
82004
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